He was, without compeer, the greatest pastoral lyrist of Denmark.
But the fertility of the Irish wife exceeded that of her French compeer by 44% in 1880 and by no less than 84% twenty years later.
Even amongst the Almohades there were princes, such as Yusuf (who began his reign in 1163) and Yaqub Almansur (who succeeded in 1184), who welcomed the philosopher at their courts and treated him as an intellectual compeer.
Chris Brown, tonightÃ¢s compeer unknowingly put my mind at rest as he started his short set.
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