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`I had tea occasionally with the Duke,' said Mr. Eggers urbanely
- The pictures that first got Currin noticed were more edgy than reassuring imaginary portraits of older women, angular and wind sheared, urbanely dressed and fending off, with .
- Like his idol, Hodgman, 34, has forged a career as an urbane literary figure and satirist of the urbanely literate.
- While Altizer, Van Buren and Hamilton proclaim the death of God with prophetic force, Syracuse's Associate Professor Gabriel Vahanian, 38, is urbanely content to explain why the .