- He brazenly courted favour from all the visiting nobility.
- His mother was impoverished russian nobility.
- Through him the landed nobility justified itself.
- The entrenched power of the landed nobility.
- Bissell rose quickly through the ranks at abt earning remarkable critical praise for his grand-scale technique and the nobility of his personal style.
- The new rich aped the nobility.
- These three men symbolize the nobility of public service the good character of our country and the good influence of america on the world "the president said.
- The nobility had their chief seat in and around athens whose maritime trade with occasional piracy still thrown in enriched them and concentrated in their hands the wealth existing in the form of money.
- The pope and csar borgia first found the two future cardinals; they were giovanni rospigliosi who held four of the highest dignities of the holy see and csar spada one of the noblest and richest of the roman nobility;
- Even if the primitive patrician nobility had already gained ground even if the reges were endeavoring gradually to extend their power it does not change the original fundamental character of the constitution and that alone matters.
- The metallic simple sense that cold gray moves gives a person the sense with spell able nobility show exalted aristocratic breath everywhere.
- Jacquard and voile express the grace of complicated oriental style by layer integration and color changes.here romantic air substitutes nobility.
- Compared to prussian junkers or the landed nobility in czarist russia the chinese landlord was a very backward man.
- The class of english landowners ranking just below the nobility.
- Suddenly in the very middle of a quarrel between dame commerce and my lady nobility and just as labour was pronouncing this wonderful line: "beast more triumphant ne'er in woods I've seen"