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Attic Muse (The)

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Xenophon, the historian, a native of Athens; so called because the style of his composition is a model of elegance. (B.C. 444–359.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Atomic Volume
Atomic Weight
Atossa
Atrip
Attaint
Attercop
Attic Bee (The)
Attic Bird (The)
Attic Boy (The)
Attic Faith
Attic Muse (The)
Attic Order
Attic Salt
Attic Science
Attics, Attic Storey
Atticus
Attingians
Attock
Attorney, Solicitor (French, atourner, to attorn, or turn over to another)
Atys
Au Courant (French)

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Attic Muse