1 In the meantime, let there be no halt, no hesitation, no pause in the grandiose onward march of minds.
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2 It is impossible to say what grandiose shadows slowly spread over his redoubtable serenity.
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3 However, the stamp of its power is there also, and the Titanic sink of Paris realizes, among monuments, that strange ideal realized in humanity by some men like Macchiavelli, Bacon and Mirabeau, grandiose vileness.
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4 But they were friends of many years' standing and their careers had been parallel, first at the University and then as teachers: he could not risk a grandiose phrase with her.