1 The other, a bull-necked youth with coarse bloated features, was standing in front of the window with his hands in his pocket, whistling a popular hymn.
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2 The pompous popular tune brayed and blared.
3 Armed and valiant, bold and blatant, firm elatant--the popular march tune rang in his head.
4 "He don't seem a very popular character," observed the latter.
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5 But on that which was to follow, feats of archery, of bull-baiting, and other popular amusements, were to be practised, for the more immediate amusement of the populace.
6 He remembered, moreover, that he was in the house of a Jew, a people who, besides the other unamiable qualities which popular report ascribed to them, were supposed to be profound necromancers and cabalists.
7 He was only caught in the general, popular recoil of the young against convention and against any sort of real authority.
8 In the end Michaelis did him most nobly in a play, and Clifford was a sort of popular hero.
9 There's nothing really in my plays to make them popular.
10 And for the same reason, most novels, especially popular ones, are humiliating too.
11 It was the other world he wanted to capture, the world of literature and fame; the popular world, not the working world.
12 Now he realized the distinction between popular success and working success: the populace of pleasure and the populace of work.
13 The stiffness of the meeting soon gave way before their popular manners and more diffused intimacies: little groups were formed, and everybody grew comfortable.
14 They were more completely popular.
15 Much of this development he may have owed to his studious life in Paris, where he had become acquainted with ethical systems popular at the time.
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