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pantheon -- as in: pantheon of great writers
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  • And she added, in a softer key, that it must be delightful to think of those who love us among the ruins of the Pantheon.
  • "If Lavinia had not been so foolish, she might visit the ruins of the Pantheon," she said to herself; and she continued to regret her sister’s folly, even though the latter assured her that she had often heard the relics in question most satisfactorily described by Mr. Penniman.
  • "I should enjoy seeing the works of Raphael and the ruins—the ruins of the Pantheon," she said to Mrs. Almond; "but, on the other hand, I shall not be sorry to be alone and at peace for the next few months in Washington Square.

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  • She has earned a spot in the pantheon of great 20th century authors.
  • the pantheon of baseball greats

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