Pearlstein foresees a growing shift of power away from “old Europe” and Anglo-American models.
He has no equal in contemporary Anglo-American letters; there are followers and disciples but no heir apparent.
The Anglo-American “conversations” about the timing of the second front often grew heated and testy.
Along with all the others, an Anglo-American controversy (still unresolved today) grew up out of this matter of Omaha.
Is it possible that the entire Anglo-American world offers too narrow a scope?
Maulevrier says it is delightfully amusing—ever so much better than the beaten track of life in Anglo-American Paris.'
Those, it will be remembered, were the days before Anglo-American copyright.
Up to the year 1877 nearly all the pioneer work in the interior of the Congo basin was the outcome of Anglo-American enterprise.
The instinct of her Anglo-American nature revolted at the unfairness of the struggle.
It's to be an Anglo-American pageant, to symbolize the school.