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  • The two first were clerks to an eminent scrivener or conveyancer in the town, Charles Brogden; the other was clerk to a merchant.
  • Osborne went to the West Indies, where he became an eminent lawyer and made money, but died young.
  • Ralph was inclin’d to pursue the study of poetry, not doubting but he might become eminent in it, and make his fortune by it, alleging that the best poets must, when they first began to write, make as many faults as he did.
  • It almost insensibly leads the youth into the resolution of endeavoring to become as good and eminent as the journalist.

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  • She is an eminent scholar.
  • eminent members of the community

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