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Literary usage of Serafin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Narrative of Don Juan Van Halen's Imprisonment in the Dungeons of the by Juan Van Halen (1828)
"ON the first opportunity that offered, 1 informed serafin of the change of residence that was in contemplation; but he already knew it, and wished it more ..."
2. A Dictionary of Spanish Painters: Comprehending that Part of Their Biography by A. O'Neil (1834)
"The records of the above-mentioned Cathedral also notify payments made to serafin some years after the epoch named. The time of his death is not known. ..."
3. Through Spain to the Sahara by Matilda Betham-Edwards (1868)
"Don serafin agreed to buy my pigs for five hundred dollars, paying half the sum down ... No money from Don serafin. As I did not wish to appear impertinent, ..."
4. On the Field of Glory: An Historical Novel of the Time of King John Sobieski by Henryk Sienkiewicz (1906)
"asked Pan serafin. "The sun is high. It would burn your face. There is one who would not like that." Thereupon she withdrew on a sudden to the depth of the ..."
5. On the Field of Glory: An Historical Novel of the Time of King John Sobieski by Henryk Sienkiewicz (1906)
"asked Pan serafin. "The sun is high. It would bum your face. There is one who would not like that." Thereupon she withdrew on a sudden to the depth of the ..."
6. Tragic Russia by Wacław Gąsiovowski (1908)
"Naturally, serafin was obliged to justify his entrance to the ... It is almost certain that serafin was willing to perform a miracle, but it was too much ..."