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1. She could turn any conversation into an erudite discussion.
2. He was never dull, always erudite and well informed.
3. He's the author of an erudite book on Scottish history.
4. His guttural utterances are accompanied by erudite subtitles.
5. "The Cunning Man" is an intricate and erudite work.
6. Among themselves, ecclesiastics have become eminently sophisticated and erudite.
7. Amoda was an erudite man who insisted on fine distinctions.
8. He's erudite, enormously warm and most of all, a golfer.
9. Privately, Diamandopoulos, as mercurial as he is erudite, is said to have blown up at critics.
10. A very scholarly and erudite work, widely acclaimed at the time but since much maligned.
11. Women and men sharing the service and much erudite discussion of the Torah text.
12. A very scholarly and erudite work, widely acclaimed at the time but since much maligned. Professional jealousy?
13. These are biographers who are imposingly erudite but never pedantic.
14. Gregarious, erudite and energetic, Brezzo could never be accused of thinking in small, ordinary ways.
15. This is an erudite old man.
15. Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find excellent sentences for a large number of words.
16. The most erudite person and the most illiterate person...
17. He likes to talk with erudite people.
18. Erudite Park ( area ) of about 33000 square meters.
19. The real knowledgeable always know erudite information and the person of knowing erudite always have knowledge.
20. Erudite Park ( type ): Cultural and Creative Park campus.
21. You can maintain a clever, astute and erudite persona whether you're adolescent or octogenarian.
22. ROBERT GILDEA, Oxford University's fearsomely erudite professor of modern history, has chosen a large canvas—and a wonderful title.
23. Erudite Park ( background ): academic exchanges, explore the traditional culture, leisure health and academic circles.
24. Se was erudite from childhood, good at writing and melody.
25. Her father was a lawyer who wrote, he was quite an eminent man,(sentencedict.com) of great intelligence; erudite.
26. Accelerating violence and horror eventually hit maximum velocity and warp into nonsense, no matter how erudite the script.
27. Many children with verbal processing difficulty go on to be-come gifted interpreters of literature or become erudite in philosophy or social sciences.
28. I felt we had to find and develop talk personalities who could be entertaining as well as erudite.
29. The supreme symbol for the author is the word; the erudite Hirst in The Voyage Out has the forename St John recalling the evangelist whose opening line was 'In the beginning was the Word'.
30. Any sense of prurience is relieved by Mr Kahr's prose , which is sympathetic, witty and erudite.
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