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e ruh di shuhn

  • n  profound scholarly knowledge

  • It's one thing to convey your erudition by dissecting a dark plot in The Sopranos, but what does it reveal to cop to a fascination with Donald Trump's boardroom or worse, Ryan and .
  • Philosophes as diverse as Cornel West and Keanu Reeves have testified to the range of the Wachowskis' erudition and their devotion to high-minded subtextual references in their .
  • With erudition, good humor and skill, Lewis is writing about religion for a generation of religion-hungry readers brought up on a diet of "scientific" jargon and Freudian cliches.
News & Articles

  • Floyd Newlin, a judge who prized erudition, dies at 95
    Floyd Newlin, who in more than two decades as a Jefferson Parish judge was known for his erudition and his insistence that lawyers be scrupulously prepared when they appeared before him, died Saturday at Poydras Home in New Orleans. He...
    Aug. 27, 2013 - New Orleans Times-Picayune

  • Schumer in
    Addressing the fifth annual American Constitution Society convention Friday, Schumer said the Senate had been misled by the "charm of nominee Roberts and the erudition of nominee [Samuel] Alito."
  • Gordon Brown in USA Today
    Even in recent years in his 90s he was never slow to give me and others advice, and he will be remembered for his erudition, his wit and eloquence, and particularly for his economic insights into our age,Brown said.
  • LK Advani in Sify
    Firstly I admired Rao's erudition. He combined a scholarly understanding of national and international affairs with rich political and administrative experience,says Advani in the book. "Secondly, in my initial meetings with him, I found...

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