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Usage examples for Cartoons

  1. " Certain remarks of the English Press of altogether too free a nature on the American Government, their disparaging cartoons of the President and the patronizing air adopted by many English war journals and often in the English daily Press towards America- as, for example, in a recent number of the Morning Post, alleged former German hankerings for colonies in South America, from the realization of which the Union is said to have been protected by England- are arousing increasing dissatisfaction here. – My Three Years in America by Johann Heinrich Andreas Hermann Albrecht Graf von Bernstorff
  2. The walls were covered with flaring posters, rough sketches, cheaply framed cartoons, and dozens of odd and ends, such as one sees in the junk- shops of art. – The Sherrods by George Barr McCutcheon
  3. The remainder of the staff occupied a big, dingy room, with walls pasted with specimen headings, comic cartoons, and racy pictures, and floor carpeted deeply with exchanges. – The Cow Puncher by Robert J. C. Stead
  4. Romanelli was the artist of the cartoons, and his fame is almost too well known to dwell upon. – The Tapestry Book by Helen Churchill Candee
  5. Piero sent Andrea to the Palazzo Vecchio to study the Leonardo and Michelangelo cartoons, and there he met Franciabigio, with whom he struck up one of his close friendships, and together they took a studio and began to paint for a living. – A Wanderer in Florence by E. V. Lucas
  6. There were the cartoons and animal pictures and pious mottoes around, but the children were far away. – Korea's Fight for Freedom by F.A. McKenzie
  7. Even he to whom the Raphael cartoons were entrusted changed here and there the work of the master. – The Tapestry Book by Helen Churchill Candee
  8. Fourteen hundred and thirty- eight different designs were turned out for posters, window cards, newspaper advertisements, cartoons, seals and buttons. – Public Opinion by Walter Lippmann
  9. Utterly detestable and vile as the tapestry is, compared with the immortal Cartoons from which it was worked, it is impossible for any man who casts his eyes upon it where it hangs at Rome, not to see immediately the special adaptation of the drawings to that end, and for that purpose. – Miscellaneous-Papers by Dickens, Charles
  10. " Here it is," said Ribalta, who, leaping over several piles of volumes and thrusting aside with his foot an enormous heap of cartoons, opened the drawer of a tottering press. – Cosmopolis, Complete by Paul Bourget Last Updated: March 3, 2009
  11. Then came the triumph of Free Trade, duly celebrated by John Leech in one of his most light- hearted cartoons. – The History of "Punch" by M. H. Spielmann
  12. We have recently seen, at Hampton Court, the seven cartoons of Raphael, which should not be looked at, still less criticised, but on bended knee. – Lectures on the true, the beautiful and the good by Victor Cousin
  13. The girls professed greater interest than the boys in general news, foreign news, local news, politics, editorials, the theatre, music, art, stories, cartoons, advertisements, and " ethical tone." – Public Opinion by Walter Lippmann
  14. Fulmer, where on earth are those cartoons of the music- room? – The Glimpses of the Moon by Edith Wharton
  15. We found Punch a valuable assistance, and we much enjoyed the cartoons and jokes which had been so mysterious to us before. – Stray Thoughts for Girls by Lucy H. M. Soulsby
  16. The New York Times and Thomas Nast's cartoons in Harper's Weekly were most important factors in the overthrow of the Tweed Ring in New York City, and in the elections of 1884 and later, newspapers exerted an unusual power. – The United States Since The Civil War by Charles Ramsdell Lingley
  17. The cartoons of Nast in Harper's Weekly, especially, held him up to merciless ridicule. – The United States Since The Civil War by Charles Ramsdell Lingley
  18. The cartoons preferred came from Italy's great dead masters. – The Tapestry Book by Helen Churchill Candee
  19. Tavia tried to keep her mouth closed, because all the cartoons she had ever seen of a country person's first glimpse of New York pictured them open- mouthed, and staring. – Dorothy Dale in the City by Margaret Penrose
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