Origin of biog
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How to use biog in a sentence
“Uncertain,” “inconclusive,” “probably”—one would be alarmed to read such nervous gossip in a hack showbiz biog.Did Hollywood Collaborate With Hitler? A New Book Makes Bold Claims.|Christopher Bray|September 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
His eloquent and pointed speeches, many of which were printed, are included in the article in the Biog.
It may be seen in his account of this voyage, given in the Biog.
Biog., and a full collection of the ancient testimonies will be found in Harnack's Altchristliche Litteratur, vol.
Even this supposition is exceedingly unnecessary; because, it appears from the Memoir of Cook, in the Biog.
Biog.; to which source I must acknowledge my obligation for nearly the whole of these biographical notes.Cicero's Tusculan Disputations|Marcus Tullius Cicero