William Butler Yeats

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Noun1.William Butler Yeats - Irish poet and dramatist (1865-1939)William Butler Yeats - Irish poet and dramatist (1865-1939)
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He quoted Irish poet William Yeats to illustrate the hopes placed in the Convention's work.
He also shows the connections between occultism and literary figures as diverse as William Shakespeare, Henry Thoreau, William Wordsworth, Jean-Paul Sartre, William Yeats and Walt Whitman.
William Yeats, acting deputy executive associate commissioner of the immigration services division of INS in Washington, told a crowd of more than 350 people at Holy Rosary Church in Minneapolis that the INS is committed to finding solutions to local concerns.