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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Nose Literature.
 
       
“Knows he, that never took a pinch,
Nosey, the pleasure thence that flows?
Knows he the titillating joy
Which my nose knows?
O nose, I am as proud of thee
As any mountain of its snows;
I gaze on thee, and feel that pride
A Roman knows.”
       
F. C. H[usenbeth], translated from the French of O. Basselin.
Chapter on Noses, in Tristram Shandy, by L. Sterne.   1
   On the Dignity, Gravity, and Authority of Noses, by Taglicozzi or Tagliacozzo (1597).   2
   De Virginitate (sec. 77) A chapter in Kornmann.   3
   The Noses of Adam and Eve, by Mlle. Bourignon.   4
   Pious Meditations on the Nose of the Virgin Mary, by J. Petit.   5
   Review of Noses (Louis Brevitatis), by Théophile Raynaud.   6
   Sermon on Noses (La Diceria de’ Nasi), by Annibal Caro (1584).   7
 


 Nose-bag (A).Nose Tax (The). 

 
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