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English citations of æmulator

Noun: archaic form of emulator[edit]

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  • 1675, Edward Sherburne, The Sphere of Marcus Manilius made an English Poem, page #87:
    ALBERTUS CURTIUS, a Jeſuit, Native of Munichen in Bavarid, propoſed in the year 1627. a New Syſtem of Heaven to be diſputed on at Dining ; whoſe ingenuity in the Theory of the Moon*, his Æmulator Kepler not only admired, but commended, in his Rudolhpine Talbes, c. 25.