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1 He has played with all the great jazz luminaries.
2 Guests included show business luminaries such as Bob Hope.
3 Being their son must have meant living constantly in the shadow of two brilliant luminaries.
4 The rationalist past and the luminaries of Western humanism have been reclaimed, Marx among them.
5 No less a luminary than Wilhelm Furtwangler conducted the premiere.
6 Among the guests are many luminaries of Parisian society who might balk at that sort of food.
7 Yours is the day,[www.Sentencedict.com] yours also the night; you established the luminaries and the sun.
8 I treasure a bulging mental file of his roguish observations on fellow critics and luminaries in the music trade.
9 And over the years, an array of conservative luminaries have spoken or taught at the school.
10 Such luminaries as Elliot Gould and Steve Martin join in the fun.
11 Further along, a pool of bilious gas pricked by glittering young luminaries.
12 Wesleyan brought Barlow in contact with such luminaries as John Cage, Buckminster Fuller and Jerzy Kosinski.
13 That luminary gazed earnestly at some papers before him.
14 The luminary was a golden-haired, beaming, mild-eyed, God-like creature, gazing down in the vigour and intentness of youth upon an earth that was brimming with interest for him.
15 A luminary now in the exile community outside Washington, DC, Ms Nafisi appears to have made peace with her family and her heritage.
16 Done by the Luminary Buddhist Institute, with bibliographic information on Buddhist architecture in books, journal articles, conference reports, etc. , in Chinese and Japanese.
17 One of the young Zawahri's heroes, Muslim Brotherhood luminary Sayyid Qutb, was executed in 1966 on charges of trying to overthrow the state.
18 A luminary from the Washington Institute for Near East Policy was "saddened" by all the former president's historical errors.
19 He is the vanguard and luminary of global instructor of senior leaders.
20 The list of luminary eunuchs also includes Cai Lun (60-121), who is revered in China as the inventor of paper.
21 Established in 1997, Luminary Electric Co. , Ltd. is a professional manufacturer of terminal blocks situated in the Dongguan City of River Delta, near to Hong Kong and Macao.
22 The glimmer of this luminary suggested the above conceits to Mr. Dimmesdale, who smiled- nay, almost laughed at them- and then wondered if he were going mad.
23 That luminary gazed earnestly at some papers before him, as if they were of the greatest concern .
24 Yet secretly he is reading books under the bed cover, reciting scriptures, doing meditation, or even practicing luminary dream yoga.
25 The search is on to fill Yao Ming's size-18 sneakers after China's biggest sports luminary announced his retirement, and Chinese scouts are combing city courts and pre-schools for a future star.
26 Now that a new light shone upon the horizon, this older luminary paled in the west.
27 For example, Chhu Yuan says in his -4th century Thien Wen (Questions about the Heavens), 'When Spica (Virginis) is rising just before dawn, where is the great Luminary (the Sun) hiding himself?
28 All things considered, do you believe Darwin was a great luminary in the path of human progress?
29 This state of affairs was not to last long "for Jung has a proud stomach" and he parted company with Freud, to become, like his master, a luminary of the psychoanalytical world.
30 Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF, became the latest Western luminary to hop on the Weibo bandwagon last week.
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