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From his judicial temper, and the ascendency of his intellectual faculties over passion and interest, he was apparently cold in his nature, and impassive in view of all passing events, to such a degree that his humanity seemed to be based on a philosophy very much akin to that of Marcus Aurelius.
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Amidst them you see the triumphal columns of Trajan and Marcus lntoninus; but whose are the figures that crown their summits?
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Why pose about Beethoven, and Debussy, Or these French fellows Degas and Picasso, When there were Marcus Stone, and A Long, Long Trail, And "A Little Grey Home in the West," that common folk Could understand?
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As we love to "march in good order," we begin with the plates, the most striking of which is the Frontispiece, _Marcus Curtius_, by Le Keux, from a design by Martin, which we are at a loss to describe.
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Lucius Apuleius, a Latin writer, born at Medaura, in Africa, flourished in the reigns of the emperors Antoninus and Marcus Aurelius.
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The narrow streets, devoid of footways, and choked, in every obscure corner, by heaps of dunghill-rubbish, contrast so strongly, in their cramped dimensions, and their filth, and darkness, with the broad square before some haughty church: in the centre of which, a hieroglyphic-covered obelisk, brought from Egypt in the days of the Emperors, looks strangely on the foreign scene about it; or perhaps an ancient pillar, with its honoured statue overthrown, supports a Christian saint: Marcus Aurelius giving place to Paul, and Trajan to St. Peter.
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On the withdrawal of Quirinius, Coponius remained behind as procurator of Judaea; he was followed, under Augustus, by Marcus Ambivius and Annius Rufus; under Tiberius, by Valerius Gratus (15-26 A.D.) and Pontius Pilatus (26-36 A.D.); under Caligula, by Marcellus (36-37) and Marullus (37-41 A.D.).
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In almost every town that lined the great Emilian Highway, that splendid road laid out by the Consul Marcus Emilius, 83 B. C., from Rimini and Piacenza, there were convents of high and low degree- some fashionable, some plain, and some veritable palaces, rich in art and full of all that makes for luxury.
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Marcus Varro, in his satire inscribed The Testament, alleging to this purpose the authority of Aristotle.
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And as it hath come to pass in former times, witness Marcus Tullius, lib. 1, Quaest.
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Galien, the physician of Marcus Aurelius (in the second century of the Christian era), dissected living animals, and yet he is regarded as having merited his name (_Galenus_, "gentle") from the mildness of his character.
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And the following were seated as Deputies: Clark University, Philip Wascerwitz; Harvard University, George A. Dreyfous; Johns Hopkins University, Jerome Mark; New York University, S. Felix Mendelson; University of North Carolina, N. M. Lyon; University of Pennsylvania, Joseph Salesky; Penn State College, H. L. Lavender; University of Texas, Jacob Marcus; Western Reserve University, Sol Landman.
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On Monday, October 4th, the study circles will meet for the first time; on Tuesday there will be another meeting of the Menorah forum; on Wednesday a semi-annual smoker will be held in the City College Club; and on Thursday, Mr. Marcus M. Marks, President of the Borough of Manhattan, will deliver a lecture to the student body under the auspices of the Menorah Society.
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A Graduate Menorah Advisory Committee has been formed in Cincinnati, with Mr. S. Marcus Fechheimer as Chairman.
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Marcus M. Marks, Borough President of Manhattan.
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Marcus Aurelius has often been one of my bedside books; I have read him in the night watches, when I could not sleep for misery, and when assuredly I could have read nothing else.
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In Marcus Stone's well-known picture of "The Stolen Keys," this is the sofa portrayed.
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My name is Marcus Yallow, but back when this story starts, I was going by w1n5t0n.
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It was Marcus or nothing.
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Maybe you weren't listening, Marcus.
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Examples of Marcu

Example #1
His sympathies were keen, however, and many a distressed woman had cause for gratitude to him for interference with the stern processes of army discipline in time of war, much to the indignation of the civil or military martinets.
Example #2
And this leniency and forgiveness were the more remarkable, since he was not demonstrative in his affections and friendships.
Example #3
St. Peter's and St. Paul's!
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Along the ancient plain of the Campus Martins behold the numberless spires of a new religion, and the palaces of a modern race!
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And "A Little Grey Home in the West," that common folk Could understand?
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And Lake and Zell, between the jests at table, Where they could match the best wits of the room, Would talk of things that Dane and the rest counted As pointing ways not good for level minds.