[dee-lee-uh s, deel-yuh s]
- Frederick,1862–1934, English composer.
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Pregnant and on doctor's orders, she begins to take a stroll through the city, and thus Delius pens her thoughts.This Week’s Hot Reads: Feb. 28, 2012
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Delius, however, would connect 'upward' with 'whereto' and 'turns.'The New Hudson Shakespeare: Julius Caesar
Delius suggests that perhaps she wishes to put a chain around his neck.'Shakespearean Tragedy
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Not of necessity old in years, but long settled there and accustomed to peace and order (Delius).
Delius says that this "is of course ironical," but the reiteration in the next speech shows that it is not.
Mr. Delius was strongly opposed to any change of nomenclature being made compulsory.
- Frederick. 1862–1934, English composer, who drew inspiration from folk tunes and the sounds of nature. His works include the opera A Village Romeo and Juliet (1901), A Mass of Life (1905), and the orchestral variations Brigg Fair (1907)