But the presidential narrator—and perhaps Giscard himself—reply in the epigraph: “Promise kept.”
Richie Havens, 72 Who opened Woodstock, and thus became the epigraph to the ultimate document of the 1960s?
The author quotes Shelby Foote for the epigraph: “Southerners are very strange about that war.”
The verse you chose as an epigraph is altogether beneath criticism.
This special edition was dedicated to God, and bore the epigraph: "Compulsory devotion is not agreeable to God!"
It bears this epigraph, "Ecce Ego admirationem faciam populo huic, miraculo grandi et stupendo."
Its coins represent Hercules contending with the lion, and bear the epigraph ΗΡΑ or ΗΡΑΚΛΗΙΩΝ.
Your epigraph, my dear P., shows your kind and artless nature; but don't you see it is of no use?
Unfortunately no epigraph, or vestige of an inscription, remained on the sculptures themselves, to enable us to identify them.
It would give wide latitude to a witty remark, which has become proverbial, to make it the epigraph of these memoirs.