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Origin of quotation?[edit]

[This request] asks for the source of the quotation let faith be your cynosure to walk by; subsequent discussion suggests it may be just a sentence somebody once made up to illustrate the meaning of the word. Hv 12:03, 19 December 2007 (UTC)


you can give pronunciation of any word with sound. That will help a lot... Vivek K. Gupta

Hello, in french[edit]

a "cynosure" is also a man with a small tail, a remnant of the embryonic tail. I wonder why our culture seems to have been somewhat fascinated by human monsters, either in fair shows or in learned people studies ( from Paré to the Saint-Hilaire father & son...). So do the germans, I think... . T.y. Arapaima 09:53, 16 March 2010 (UTC)