Sir Thomas was celebrated as a hanging judge, and the particular tawny port was produced when he dined with Mr. Osborne.
This secret was connected with Miss Wirt, who had a cousin an artist, Mr. Smee, very celebrated since as a portrait-painter and R.A., but who once was glad enough to give drawing lessons to ladies of fashion.
Drew was in no wise puffed up by his success, as many young authors are, but, long after he had become celebrated as a writer, used to be seen sweeping the street before his door, or helping his apprentices to carry in the winter’s coals.
Born 345 B.C. Democritus of Abdera (460-361 B.C.), celebrated as the 'laughing philosopher,' whose constant thought was 'What fools these mortals be.'
It has been celebrated, however, as a masterpiece of the commercial policy of England.
Gawain was celebrated in mediaeval romance as the most courteous among King Arthur’s knights.
The foundation of dream life is for them a peculiar state of psychical activity, which they even celebrate as elevation to some higher state.