The fiascoof Mr. Cleveland's attempt to restore Queen Liliuokalani to her throne was hit off in Judge by a cartoon portraying him as Don Quixote, physically much the worse for wear, as a result of his latest tilt at the Hawaiian windmill.
For the new grouping of mutually jealous factions against a common danger had, in spite of the fiasco of the second Dreyfus case, shown a way to victory.
Moreover, Germany had not got over the Agadir fiasco and was furious with England as well as France.
One need not probe further back in history than to the autumn of 1914 to ascertain the blundering fiasco that was made in that sphere of our alleged activities.
The Greenwater mining-boom fiasco stands in a class by itself as an example of mining-stock pitfalls.
The music was familiar from performances of the work as an oratorio; as an opera it came as near to making a fiasco as a work containing so much good and sound music could.
These things are mentioned thus early in the story so that light may be had from the beginning on the artistic side of the most sensational fiasco ever made by an artist of great distinction in the United States.
After his New York fiasco Signor Mascagni went to Boston, where troubles continued to pile upon him till he was overwhelmed.
Crowds went to see him and he reaped a golden harvest from the credulous, until the grand fiasco came.
But sometimes she failed, and a ludicrous fiasco was the result.
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