For we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of ourselves.
What is significant to notice here, is that Du Bois seems to borrow some of his descriptions of the excellency of art from classical references.
Rather than having her verses read as the expression of truly felt passion, they are read as very successful imitations; the implication is that what appears to be the excellency of the imitation is in fact the product of true passion.
In England, John Mitchell Kemble contended that the excellency of the English was due to their Germanic roots.
After his opponent got his footing, he fought with an excellency that rivaled that of the General Leon D' alapore, at least from memories he'd assimilated from a wounded soldier.
Carlow's ties with Slovenia were strengthened further recently with a visit by the Slovenian Ambassador to Ireland, Her Excellency Helena Drnovek Zorko.
On Friday, June 6, in recognition of their wonderful effort, the Japanese Ambassador, His Excellency , Mr. Takeshi Kagami, visited the school.
Their Excellencies would never allow me to return to the prison if I was found to be unable to contain the criminals sent there.
Under the headmasterly rule of His Excellency the Life President Ngwazi Dr Hastings Kamuzu Banda (to give him his official moniker), Malawi was peaceful, tidy, friendly, and decidedly old-fashioned.
By His Excellency 's commands, Malcolm Fraser, Prime Minister, John R. Kerr, Governor-General.