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The Dam that Keele Built
Andrew Barton Paterson
built; These are the Calculations made By the Eminent Engineer by Trade, Head of the Water and Rate it:

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Hope Macniven
James McIntyre
of seeing and hearing many of the most eminent men in Britain. He heard Doctor Chalmers and Edward Rate it:

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Myself And Mine
Walt Whitman
no account of the laws; Let others praise eminent men and hold up peace--I hold up agitation Rate it:

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To A Stray Dog
Ambrose Bierce
I mean to rename you In honor of some good and eminent man, In the light and the heat of whose quicRate it:

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When The Duke of Clarence Died
Henry Lawson
to make a royal sorrow rather more pre-eminent. Ladies sighed and sobbed and drivelled—toadies spokRate it:

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'Jim'
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
he would mend, The land looks for much from her eminent son; But talking and baulking won't get theRate it:

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Ambition cannot find him
Emily Dickinson
between them now. Yesterday, undistinguished! Eminent Today For our mutual hone, Immortality! Rate it:

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Ballade Of The Muse
Andrew Lang
sight, Shall never at the Isthmus be A boxer eminent in fight, Nor fares he foremost in the flight Rate it:

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Bill the Bullock-Driver
Henry Kendall
joy is a favourite son, When he reaches some eminent goal, But the pride of Bill’s heart is the haiRate it:

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Down Among The Dead Men
Ambrose Bierce
and hear my moan: I once, as you're aware, Was eminent in letters-known And honored everywhere. 'MRate it:

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Egotist
Ambrose Bierce
looked, with a comical twist Of the face, at the eminent egotist, And said: 'Go away, for we settleRate it:

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Griselda: A Society Novel In Verse - Chapter IV
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
and a beardless cheek, Had set pre--eminent in pleasure's school To play the hero and to play the fRate it:

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In High Life
Ambrose Bierce
in her smile; Twelve groomsmen supported the eminent groom To scowl in his scowl and to gloom in hiRate it:

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Ladder of St. Augustine, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
the bright fields of fair renown The right of eminent domain. We have not wings, we cannot soar;Rate it:

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Lines In Memory Of Edmund Morris
Duncan Campbell Scott
with dew and sleep, And viewed the miracle pre-eminent, matchless, The prelusive light that quickenRate it:

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Love Song
Elinor Morton Wylie
Lovers eminent in love Ever diversities combine; The vocal chords of the cushat-dove, The snake's articulated spine. Such elective elements Ed...Rate it:

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Love's Growth
John Donne
sometimes do. And yet no greater, but more eminent, Love by the spring is grown ; As in the firRate it:

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Old Paul and Old Tim
William Schwenck Gilbert
any knapsacks or shakos to flee - For an eminent army-contractor was he. So when her two lovers, wRate it:

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On A Landscape Bt Rubens
William Lisle Bowles
the voice of man, whilst hills and woods Stood eminent, in orient hues arrayed, His dwelling; and Rate it:

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On a Spanish Cathedral
Henry Kendall
have gone; but the work of their hands, Pre-eminent, peerless, sublime, like a type of eternity staRate it:

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Paradise Regained: The Second Book
John Milton
I to sorrows am no less advanced, And fears as eminent above the lot Of oRate it:

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Paradise Regained: The Third Book
John Milton
By deeds of peace, by wisdom eminent, By patience, temperance. I mention stillRate it:

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Satires of Circumstance in Fifteen Glimpses VIII: In the St
Thomas Hardy
Of some score volumes of the works Of eminent divines I own, -- Left by my father -- though Rate it:

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Sophist Leaving Syria
Constantine P. Cavafy
Eminent sophist, now that you are leaving Syria with plans to write a book about Antioch, it's worth your mentioning Mevis in your work— the famous...Rate it:

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St. Michael's Mount
William Lisle Bowles
impious Riot his loud wassail keeps, Pre-eminent in native worth; nor bend, Though gathering ills Rate it:

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