Keats is one of the supreme masters
of poetic expression, expression the most beautiful, apt, vivid, condensed, and imaginatively suggestive.
Such is the rapidity of Magical Mo that he has now scored 31 times in 37 games which equals the tally of that supreme master
craftsman Luis Suarez in his final season at Liverpool before departing to become part of another Fab Three at Barca.
He has been called "the supreme master
of collage" while the Merz Barn wall is described in the new Hatton programme as "one of the UK's international art treasures".
Like the Renaissance Artist, Harold was a supreme master
of his craft and the wind beneath the wings of the string of highprofile managers he worked alongside.
and Giovanni Mata at the Supreme Court for allegedly mishandling the case, which led to the conviction of his supreme master
Elsworth has for decades been lauded as the supreme master
of his trade, having won numerous Group 1 Flat races in addition to a Cheltenham Gold Cup and four King George VI Chases - courtesy of the great Desert Orchid --and a Grand National with Rhyme 'N' Reason.
He was the supreme master
of the country with no serious challenger.
This melody is sung in praise of the all-pervading, imperishable, self-luminous lord, Ek Onkar who is the supreme master
of the past, present and the future.
Not because the legal jargon affronted this supreme master
of language but because he had more pressing matters on his mind, war's end only a month away.
His skill set included three essential pillars of the game of which he was the supreme master
Ecleo, the supreme master
of the Philippine Benevolent Missionaries Association, was found guilty of parricide and was meted the penalty of reclusion perpetua or imprisonment of 20 to 40 years.
As a 56% shareholder, it is already the supreme master
of the company's fortunes.