Definition of 'Wagnerian'
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A MEANS TO EVIL C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESS
In the interval Sutcliffe spent some time trying to imagine what sort of a figure the boyfriend of the Wagnerian Helga could be.POLITICAL SUICIDE
There were Wagnerian clouds to match, and the wind had picked up considerably, invading Anna's hair to create a sort of Medusa effect.SURE OF YOU (1989)
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