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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 01 - part 02
Torquato Tasso
frees he not Jerusalem distrest? His peers to counsel call, each baser mind Let him stir up; for, cRate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 03 - part 03
Torquato Tasso
sent Among these thousand strong of Christian peers, Syria were lost, lost were the Orient, And allRate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 04 - part 03
Torquato Tasso
was said, Where Godfrey sat among his lords and peers, She reverence did, then blushed, as one dismRate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 05 - part 01
Torquato Tasso
his brother spake, And answered for and all his peers: 'My lord, as well it fitteth thee to make ThRate it:

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Jobson Of The Star
Robert William Service
smile of graves affairs of state. Of princes, peers and presidents, and folks beyond my ken, He spoRate it:

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Lachrymæ Musarum
William Watson
clay; For he hath joined the chorus of his peers In habitations of the perfect day: His earthly notRate it:

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William Wordsworth
of years, And Æson stood a youth 'mid youthful peers. "The Gods to us are merciful--and they Rate it:

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Limited Liability
William Schwenck Gilbert
seven men form an Association (If possible, all Peers and Baronets), They start off with a public dRate it:

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Lines Written in August
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
shame, I deigned to stand Before the frowning peers at Bacon's side: On a far shore I smoothed wiRate it:

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Memorabilia of Last Week
Thomas Moore
Much grave apprehension express'd by the Peers, Lest -- calling to life the old Peachums and LockRate it:

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Milton--December 9, 1608: December 9, 1908
George Meredith
armoury of the Scholar, stood Beside his peers to raise the voice for Freedom: Nor has fair LibertyRate it:

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Modern Day Devil- Money
Nikhil Parekh
the salacious desire to rise above your own peers; at the most unbearably tawdry costs of existenceRate it:

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Mogg Megone - Part II.
John Greenleaf Whittier
is seen, The Indian stays his rocking skiff, And peers the hemlock-boughs between, Half trembling, Rate it:

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Mother and sphinx
Eugene Field
my babe to-night! And out of the desert darkness peers A ghostly, ghastly, shadowy thing Like a spRate it:

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Mr. Clay’s Reception At Raleigh, April, 1844
George Moses Horton
is Clay. To the Capitol the low and upland peers Resort with princely fears, And homage pay; ARate it:

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Muley Malak
John Boyle O'Reilly
and seethe. And Hamah bends to the scene. He peers under arched hand— As an eagle he stoops to the Rate it:

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My Lady Of Whims
Katharine Lee Bates
laid by his scepter, Left the Council of the Peers. 'Now what sorrow makes thee cry, mate? Queen ofRate it:

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My Lord Poet
Ambrose Bierce
fall From grace; and since you have no peers, and since You have no kind of nobleness at all, 'TwerRate it:

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Matthew Arnold
yon star-shot ray, Hemm'd by two banks of cloud, peers pale and weak, Now, as the barrier closes, dRate it:

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George Meredith
and begemmed, she outstripped her peers; Like midnight's levying brazier-beacon blazed Defiant to tRate it:

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New Zealand
William Pember Reeves
Though few they are freemen and peers, Plain workers—yet sure of the wages Slow Rate it:

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John Keble
Red o’er the forest peers the setting sun; The line of yellow light dies fast away That crown’d the eastern copse; and chill and dun Falls on the m...Rate it:

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O Intelligence Moving The Third Heaven
Dante Alighieri
this lady’s eyes the one must dwell who kills my peers with fright.’ To no avail I warned them (OhRate it:

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Ode in Memory of the American Volunteers Fallen for France
Alan Seeger
They lie -- our comrades -- lie among their peers, Clad in the glory of fallen warriors, Grim clRate it:

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Ode To Apollo
John Keats
stand the spheres; Breathless the laurell'd peers, Nor move, till ends the lofty strain, Nor movRate it:

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