The closing scene of the game caused an amount of excitement unparalleled in the history of Ronleigh cricket.
"The fact is too often ignored," says Professor Schofield, "that before 1066 the Anglo-Saxons had a body of native literature distinctly superior to any which the Normans or French could boast at that time; their prose especially was unparalleled for extent and power in any European vernacular."
This extraordinary voluptuary, whose beauty and witcheries have interested mankind for almost twenty centuries, has been the subject of some thirty tragedies in various languages; and in Antony and Cleopatraone of his greatest playsShakespeare, closely following the narratives of Plutarch and other classical writers, has invested her with a potency of charm unparalleled among literary creations.
The extent of country tributary to this road is entirely unparalleled by that of any other.
Heminge and Condell tell us, accordingly, that there was scarce a blot in the manuscripts they received from Shakspeare; and this is the natural corollary from the fact that such an imagination as his is as unparalleled as the force, variety, and beauty of the phrase in which it embodied itself.
Thou art, O thou of graceful eye-brows, young and unparalleled on earth in beauty.
And this pre-eminently was the department in which Jonas Webb acquired a distinction perhaps unparalleled to the present time.
and began dancing backwards and forwards in a manner quite unparalleled within my limited experience.