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  • 121French Literature — • Origin, foundations, and types Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. French Literature     French Literature     † …

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  • 122Excitation — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Excitation >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 excitation of feeling excitation of feeling Sgm: N 1 mental excitement mental excitement Sgm: N 1 suscitation suscitation galvanism stimulation piquancy provocation inspiration… …

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  • 123delight — de·light || dɪ laɪt n. joy, pleasure, happiness v. be glad, enjoy, receive pleasure; give pleasure …

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  • 124delighted — de light·ed || tɪd adj. joyful, happy de·light || dɪ laɪt n. joy, pleasure, happiness v. be glad, enjoy, receive pleasure; give pleasure …

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  • 125delighting — de·light || dɪ laɪt n. joy, pleasure, happiness v. be glad, enjoy, receive pleasure; give pleasure …

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  • 126delights — de·light || dɪ laɪt n. joy, pleasure, happiness v. be glad, enjoy, receive pleasure; give pleasure …

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  • 127pathos — pathos, poignancy, bathos are comparable when they denote the quality found in human situations, or especially in works of art or literature, which moves one to pity or sorrow. Pathos is the common term in critical and literary use; because of… …

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  • 128George Copeland — (April 3, 1882 – June 16, 1971)[1] was an American classical pianist known primarily for his championship of the French composer Claude Debussy in the early 20th century and his interpretations of modern Spanish piano works. George Copeland ca.… …

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  • 129entertain — [ent΄ər tān′] vt. [ME entretinen < OFr entretenir, to maintain, hold together < entre (L inter), between + tenir < L tenere, to hold: see THIN] 1. Archaic to keep up; maintain 2. to hold the interest of and give pleasure to; divert;… …

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  • 130grat´i|fy´ing|ly — grat|i|fy «GRAT uh fy», transitive verb, fied, fy|ing. 1. to give pleasure to; please: »Praise gratifies most people. SYNONYM(S): delight. 2. to give satisfaction to; satisfy; indulge: » …

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  • 131grat´i|fi´er — grat|i|fy «GRAT uh fy», transitive verb, fied, fy|ing. 1. to give pleasure to; please: »Praise gratifies most people. SYNONYM(S): delight. 2. to give satisfaction to; satisfy; indulge: » …

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  • 132grat|i|fy — «GRAT uh fy», transitive verb, fied, fy|ing. 1. to give pleasure to; please: »Praise gratifies most people. SYNONYM(S): delight. 2. to give satisfaction to; satisfy; indulge: » …

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  • 133Gratified — Gratify Grat i*fy, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Gratified}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Gratifying}.] [F. gratifier, L. gratificari; gratus pleasing + ficare (in comp.) to make. See { fy}.] 1. To please; to give pleasure to; to satisfy; to soothe; to indulge; as,… …

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  • 134Gratify — Grat i*fy, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Gratified}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Gratifying}.] [F. gratifier, L. gratificari; gratus pleasing + ficare (in comp.) to make. See { fy}.] 1. To please; to give pleasure to; to satisfy; to soothe; to indulge; as, to… …

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  • 135Gratifying — Gratify Grat i*fy, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Gratified}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Gratifying}.] [F. gratifier, L. gratificari; gratus pleasing + ficare (in comp.) to make. See { fy}.] 1. To please; to give pleasure to; to satisfy; to soothe; to indulge; as,… …

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  • 136Hedonism — Hed on*ism, n. 1. The doctrine of the Hedonic sect; the pursuit of pleasure as a matter of ethical principle. [WordNet sense 1] [1913 Webster + WordNet 1.5] 2. The ethical theory which finds the explanation and authority of duty in its tendency… …

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  • 137John Boydell — (19 January 1720 (New Style) ndash; 12 December 1804) was an eighteenth century British publisher noted for his reproductions of engravings. He helped alter the trade imbalance between Britain and France in engravings and initiated a British… …

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  • 138Halton House — is a country house situated in the Chiltern Hills above the village of Halton in Buckinghamshire, England. It was built for Alfred de Rothschild between 1880 and 1883. It is currently used as the main officers mess for RAF Halton.History of the… …

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  • 139Religious belief — refers to a mental state in which trust (faith) is placed in a creed related to the supernatural, sacred, or divine. Such a state may relate to: 1) the existence, characteristics and worship of a deity or deities, 2) divine intervention in the… …

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  • 140Neo-Eldarin — is a term that may be employed to describe the language of texts attempting to actually use the Elven tongues invented by British author and philologist J.R.R. Tolkien for his Middle earth legendarium. (The word Eldarin means Elvish in Quenya,… …

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