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raised to or occupying a high position or rank

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of or befitting a lord

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profoundly honored

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Estoy segura de que si me miran con detenimiento, podran ver reflejada un trocito del alma de uno de los mas grandes escultores de todos los tiempos: Auguste Rodin.
We're really confident that we can win the ACC Tournament,'' Auguste said, "and then make it as far as we can in the NCAA Tournament.
Auguste begins to realise he has been conveniently ignoring the Nazi atrocities going on around him, and understands too late the human cost of his own participation in the internment of the local Jewish population.
Auguste had answered a knock on her back door around lunchtime and the boy asked if he could come in and use the toilet.
Three Years Slavery Among the Patagonions by Auguste Guinnard, Nonsuch, pp154, 12 [pounds sterling]
To honor its sculptor--Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, whodied 100 years ago--a 12 meter (40 foot)-replica was unveiled in Colmar, France, last July.
Auguste Rodin unveiled his sculpture Le Penseur in Paris.
ALTHOUGH Arthur uses the word clown in a general sense,he is talking particularly about the auguste.
The collection includes works of such artists as Ansel Adams, Paul Cezanne, Leonardo DaVinci, Marcel Duchamp, Winslow Homer, Claude Monet, Georgia O'Keefe, Pablo Picasso, Man Ray, Pierre Auguste Renoir, John Singer Sargent, Andy Warhol and Andrew Wyeth.
Auguste Comte was born January 19, 1798, in the southern French city of Montpellier during the height of chaos and instability in France.
The 15th child of Marie Theresa, Queen-Empress of Austria, and the youngest of eight sisters, all sharing the name Maria, little Antoine was to make a long and tragic journey from sheltered and ill-tutored child to 14-year-old wife of French Dauphin Louis Auguste, the future Louis XVI, to mother, to reviled and maligned queen, to a prematurely aged woman of 38, bound and shorn, being carted to the guillotine.
While the lowered lamps made you feel taller within a domestic environment, the "birdhouses" and trees made you feel much smaller, almost removed, as if you were looking up at the birds through the "worm's eye" of an Auguste Choisy drawing.
Between 1996 and 2001, Auguste transformed Freshwater Software, which received $1.
Grimm is being escorted by his niece Auguste and manservant Kummel to many of the places he knew as a child.
Auguste (1884-1962) and Jean Felix (1884-1963) Piccard were twin Swiss engineers.