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  • But if I am going to posterity by your side I want some expression in my face.
  • The great King wished to be handed down to posterity by the great Writer. ...
  • The historian can only lead him to posterity by the ear. ...
  • His views on cold baths for children of fifteen months have not been handed down to posterity by Lady Mary. ...
  • I cannot think in any case there would be found men willing to damn themselves to latest posterity by bombarding Rome. ...
  • Grantha he takes to mean simply a composition, and this may be handed down to posterity by oral communication.
  • They had no poets or historians of their own, so that the story of their deeds had to be told to posterity by their enemies. ...
  • Private individuals saved the lodge for posterity by establishing an association with the intention of turning the lodge into a museum. ...
  • Important news events are shown on the screen, and historical events are preserved for posterity by depositing the films in a vault. ...
  • Fortunately they improved their time as well in respect to posterity by writing annals, as for their own personal benefit by accumulating wealth. ...
  • We shall certainly deserve the encomiums of posterity by the duration of our lives, and by that of your friendship. ...
  • Monuments are, in the eyes of the intelligent, tributes for services rendered to posterity by great men. ...
  • The deeds of humanity left no trace, and their affairs were not made a burden for posterity by foolish historians.
  • Many of these antiques, which ofttimes were gifts to the church, have been preserved to posterity by the church. ...
  • But I never saw the letter in either its Italian or French dress, and it may have been done here, with the commentary handed down to posterity by the judge. ...
  • He left a portrait of himself more full, correct, vivid, and picturesque than has ever been bequeathed to posterity by any other personage of the past ages. ...
  • These are the principal legacies left to posterity by those intrepid pioneers of civilisation in a spot which they occupied for nearly a century and a half. ...
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