An early Christian sect, called Ophites, worshipped it as the personation of natural knowledge.
No man surely 20 ever had so little talent for personation as Johnson.
Probably there are still Old Conservatives who would prefer the personation of us by boys.'
They are bribery, treating, undue influence, and personation.
At the close of your personation the hearers may vote upon the name of the bird presented.
How marvelously easy of accomplishment the act of personation had been!
Mr. Goodwin becomes interesting as the starving poet, and his personation gives promise of better things.
In such a personation, make-up becomes a serious part of art.
The 'one subject' prohibited to Mercy as sternly as ever is still the subject of the personation of Grace Roseberry!
If they were in any way due to confederates, or to personation by the medium, such variations would not be likely to occur.