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feted by the owner of Vaux, seemed, by the obstinate persistence of his gloomy thoughts, to do his utmost to recall Louis's attention, which the magnificence of the spectacle was already, in his opinion, too easily diverting.
In Edinburgh he was feasted and feted. "You cannot imagine," wrote Steele, "the civilities and honours I had done me there.
Today I should be sitting in the place of honor at the banquet board of one of London's most exclusive clubs, feted and lionized.
I know that, because I was there on duty, having to interview one of the savants of the Academy of Philadelphia, who was being feted there.
Her figure, but partially concealed by the soft deerskin, was all curves of symmetry and youthful grace, while her features might easily have been the envy of the most feted of Continental beauties.
He could drink hard and show little trace of it; but that evening, had his mate Scanlan not been at hand to lead him home, the feted hero would surely have spent his night under the bar.
The U195 is aphantom-powered single, low-noise, wide-band fet mic coupled with Soundelux USA'sk67 capsule.
He said that the FET of the university was heading towards the right direction, while he hailed the faculty Dean, HoDs and rest of the organizing team of the workshop and termed it as a significant constructive activity.
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Fet got his basic university education in mathematics and submitted a brilliant candidate (PhD) thesis at Moscow University being barely 24 years old.