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Definition of Victorium

  • A probable chemical element discovered by Sir William Crookes in 1898. Its nitrate is obtained byy practical decomposition and crystallization of yttrium nitrate. At. wt., about 117.

How to use victorium in a sentence. Victorium pronunciation.

The idea struck me in the train, as I was going up; so I took a cab from Victoria and booked the places first thing.
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So, after early luncheon, they took train to Victoria, Louise insisting that all the expenses should be hers.
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Louise, meanwhile, had gone to the railway station, intending to take a ticket for Victoria.
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Ultimately, instead of booking for Victoria, she procured a ticket for Epsom Downs, and had not long to wait for the train.
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Shakespear rubbed in the lady's complexion in his sonnets mercilessly; for in his day black hair was as unpopular as red hair was in the early days of Queen Victoria.
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To this period of Severinus's life belongs the once famous story of his interview with Odoacer, the first barbarian king of Italy, and brother of the great Onulph or Wolf, who was the founder of the family of the Guelphs, Counts of Altorf, and the direct ancestors of Victoria, Queen of England.
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She proposed that he should meet her in the second-class waiting-room at Victoria Station.
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LVII Philip arrived at Victoria Station nearly half an hour before the time which Mildred had appointed, and sat down in the second-class waiting-room.
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It struck him that he might meet her at Victoria Station and walk with her to the shop.
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He guessed that she would take a 'bus to Victoria, so that they would arrive about the same time.
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I saw you hanging about Victoria.
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As they drove through Victoria Street Philip sat well back in the cab in case Norah should happen to be passing.
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He went into Victoria Street and bought a few flowers to take in to Mildred.
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He had a wash and brush up, and a shave at Victoria, some tea and bread and butter, and while he was eating this read the advertisement columns of the morning paper.
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She was a funny old thing, very fat, with a broad, red face, and black hair plastered neatly on each side of the forehead in the fashion shown in early pictures of Queen Victoria.
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The old tune Helmsley (not St. Thomas) was a favourite of Queen Victoria.
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It was General Willoughby who got him his Victoria Cross.
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It was a matter of profound speculation to the gilded youth of the Government House what strangely sudden friendship had blossomed to bring the august representative of the great Victoria, Kaisar-I-Hind, and Queen of England, as far as the middle of the audience room, in close colloquy with, and manifesting an almost affectionate leave-taking of, the silver-haired millionaire of Delhi.
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There will be two four-wheelers here after yere dinner, and ye'll find the Royal Victoria Hotel suited to ye both, at St. Heliers.
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While Justine Delande, with flaming cheeks, sprang up the stair, and barricaded herself with the sobbing heiress, the old man, his eyes gleaming with all the conscious pride of tyranny, seated himself and indited a note directed to PROFESSOR ALARIC HOBBS, (of Waukesha University, U. S. A.), ROYAL VICTORIA HOTEL, ST.
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Examples of Victorium

Example #1
Third row from the front, dress circle; the best I could do.
Example #2
Yes, they could go; it was very kind of Miss Derrick; but- 'That's all right, it'll be jolly.
Example #3
By five o'clock she had laid out some fifteen pounds, vastly to her satisfaction.
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They had already turned over her wardrobe, numerous articles whereof were condemned by Mrs. Mumford's taste, and by Louise cheerfully sacrificed; she could not rest till new purchases had been made.
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But half an hour must elapse before the arrival of a train, and she walked about in an irresolute mood.
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Neatness and order came by no means naturally to Miss Derrick, and Emmeline did not know what pains the girl had taken, ever since her arrival, to live in conformity with the habits of a 'nice' household.