It is situated on a bold eminence, commanding extensive views of the surrounding country.
August Belmont eventually attained the coveted eminence of Grand Sachem of the Tammany Society.
Alternatively the eminence could n't be bothered to read, or comment upon my feedback !
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Alport Hill is a commanding eminence, said to be the highest point in South Derbyshire.
The article contains the usual confident assertions of pre-eminence without much evidence to back them up.
His Eminence is the 26th generation descendant of Shinran himself.
Yet they are not sought out for the council of the people, nor do they attain eminence in the public assembly.
Largely self-taught, he achieved great eminence in the musical world in the years leading up to the First World War.
Indeed all London barristers who had not yet reached the eminence of King 's Counsel, were compelled to wear gowns of Stuff wool.
Summary St Mwrog 's church occupies an eminence projecting into a valley less than one mile south of Ruthin.
The manor house of the family of Curwen stands upon a fine eminence on the banks of the Derwent.
Both studies found that the thenar eminence was less sensitive to cold than the volar aspect of the wrist.
At this moment we were about fifty feet from the rocky eminence, which extended a long reef into the sea.
On a slight eminence near Wetheral stands the neat mansion of Geo.
Some insiders claim that Richard is the eminence grise within the NFU.
She said: Today we are honoring her for her eminence in the field of Victorian Studies.
The surface of this county is generally flat, or gently undulating, there being no eminence in the whole county worthy of notice.
The Board may also co-opt five members ' being persons of eminence in literature or public life '.
It stands on a slight eminence in the village and was erected in 1863.
Palpate the apex of the root by following the root juga (lateral canine eminence) from the gingival margin.
October 29, to Gloucester, through an orchard country, where the golden pippin claims the pre-eminence for cyder.
Perhaps it is the pre-eminence of work in other tropes by Dutch artists exported to the international arena.
The Hall, an old modernized building, occupied by a tenant, stands on an eminence, commanding a richly varied prospect.
In the Church of this Gentile dispensation the pre-eminence is with the Apostle of the Gentiles.