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hag·i·og·ra·phy (h g - g r -f , h j -). n. pl.

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Heidegger, Hermeneutics, and Hagiography
Heidegger, Hermeneutics, and Hagiography. Carl M. Johnson.
Hagiography Society Newsletter
The Galileo affair: history or heroic hagiography?
and others, is not drawn from historical research but from heroic hagiography.

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Steve Jobs: American Businessman
Jobs's biography was quickly turned into hagiography. His irascible perfectionism, his company's obsessive protectionism, and his devotion to secrecy were forgotten. There was only Steve Jobs: American icon.
Def Leppard, Heart treat Sprint Center crowd to ageless rock
It was an unnecessary bit of hagiography. The song's monumental riffs already serve as a testament to Def Leppard's legacy. The members of Heart also know a thing or two about about powerful guitar riffs.
Ill-judged hagiography of Tony Blair and Brian Clough
But Forde's show turns out to be a protracted love letter to Tony Blair. The sequence about two awkward encounters with his childhood hero Brian Clough works well, but it's all lost in the dust of ill-judged hagiography.
Declarations of independence
Vanished naturist's wanderings traced
“Finding Everett Ruess,” David Roberts' compelling, humane book about the young adventurer, seeks to replace hagiography with explanation, pondering “a riddle that has no parallel in the history of the American West.

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Hagiography - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hagiography is the study of saints.
Hagiography | Define Hagiography at
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Hagiography - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
ha·gi·og·ra·phy. noun \-gē-ˈä-grə-fē, -jē-\. Definition of HAGIOGRAPHY.
Hagiography - ORB
Hagiography was closely linked to the liturgy for saints' feast days.
The name given to that branch of learning which has the saints and their worship for its object.

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