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How to use the word Victorian in a Sentence?

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It is a credit to every single Victorian, ... their conviction, compassion, and an absolute determination to get this (vaccine rollout) done.

Daniel Andrews

added by km_rennie
7 days ago

With our State at zero cases for the last few weeks, thanks to all the good work of both our contact tracing teams and every individual Victorian, I can now officially declare that it is time to get on the beers!

Daniel Andrews

added by km_rennie
1 month ago

I'm not coming back until I win the Victorian cross.

Tommy prince

added by kael_b
11 months ago

With 0 cases and so much testing, we are able to say that now is the time to open up. Now is the time to congratulate every single Victorian who has stayed the course.

Daniel Andrews

Found on CNN
12 months ago

World

We suspected we'd see a bias towards males because science is done by people and people have an inherent male bias, this is especially true as many of our collections come from the Victorian era of macho hunters going out trying to shoot the biggest fiercest creatures for their collections.

Natalie Cooper

Found on CNN
2 years ago

Health

It's incredible to watch this film, i never thought I would ever have a film like this where I get to be in period Victorian costume ... It's a wonderful opportunity and I hope it continues to open doors and it sends a message to the rest of the industry to be as bold as Mr Iannucci.

Dev Patel

Found on Reuters
2 years ago

Entertainment

...The Victorian era (was) a time in Britain for great change and progress, an era that has always inspired me and my work, (Burberry) chose to present his company with an emblem of a knight on a horse, but for his family crest, he instead chose a unicorn. Thomas Burberry was a daring innovator but also a romantic and a dreamer.

Riccardo Tisci

Found on Reuters
2 years ago

Entertainment

In all my years as a kid collecting fossilized shark teeth around Victorian sites (I had over 500 specimens), I only ever found one half of a large megalodon tooth.

Professor Long

Found on FOX News
3 years ago

Science

I think there is a general sense in this country, at least for me -- which is incorrect -- that infectious diseases are completely eradicated, or that we found some way to get rid of them and that they are 'Victorian' illnesses, the reality is that's just not the case. It's definitely something people need to be aware of.

Josie Garrett

Found on CNN
5 years ago

Top News

We have long passed the Victorian era, when asterisks were followed after a certain interval by a baby.

W. Somerset Maugham

added by anonymous
10 years ago

The history of the Victorian Age will never be written: we know too much about it. For ignorance is the first requisite of the historian - ignorance, which simplifies and clarifies, which selects and omits, with a placid perfection unattainable by the highest art.

Lytton Strachey, Eminent Victorians (1918)

added by anonymous
10 years ago

The history of the Victorian Age will never be written we know too much about it. For ignorance is the first requisite of the historian - ignorance, which simplifies and clarifies, which selects and omits, with a placid perfection unattainable by the highest art.

Lytton Strachey

added by anonymous
11 years ago

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