Ulysses by James Joyce
Virag

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There are 42 occurrences of the word:   Virag

[Cyclops] [16399] --Not at all, says Martin. Only namesakes. His name was Virag, the
[Cyclops] [16439] --A wolf in sheep's clothing, says the citizen. That's what he is. Virag
[Cyclops] [16648] farewell to Nagyasagos uram Lipoti Virag, late of Messrs Alexander
[Circe] [20770] name. Virag. (HE MURMURS PRIVATELY AND CONFIDENTIALLY) We are engaged you
[Circe] [21982] begat Szombathely and Szombathely begat Virag and Virag begat Bloom ET
[Circe] [22456] GAZING IN THE MIRROR, SMOOTHS BOTH EYEBROWS. LIPOTI VIRAG,
[Circe] [22464] VIRAG: (HEELS TOGETHER, BOWS) My name is Virag Lipoti, of Szombathely.
[Circe] [22472] VIRAG: Number two on the other hand, she of the cherry rouge and
[Circe] [22482] VIRAG: (NOT UNPLEASANTLY) Absolutely! Well observed and those pannier
[Circe] [22493] VIRAG: (CYNICALLY, HIS WEASEL TEETH BARED YELLOW, DRAWS DOWN HIS LEFT EYE
[Circe] [22504] VIRAG: We can do you all brands, mild, medium and strong. Pay your money,
[Circe] [22509] VIRAG: (HIS TONGUE UPCURLING) Lyum! Look. Her beam is broad. She is
[Circe] [22525] VIRAG: (ARCHES HIS EYEBROWS) Contact with a goldring, they say.
[Circe] [22537] VIRAG: (SEVERELY, HIS NOSE HARDHUMPED, HIS SIDE EYE WINKING) Stop
[Circe] [22546] VIRAG: (EXCITEDLY) I say so. I say so. E'en so. Technic. (HE TAPS HIS
[Circe] [22549] melancholy of muriatic, priapic pulsatilla. Virag is going to talk about
[Circe] [22568] VIRAG: (PROMPTS IN A PIG'S WHISPER) Insects of the day spend their brief
[Circe] [22589] VIRAG: (HIS FACE IMPASSIVE, LAUGHS IN A RICH FEMININE KEY) Splendid!
[Circe] [22608] VIRAG: (HIS MOUTH PROJECTED IN HARD WRINKLES, EYES STONILY FORLORNLY
[Circe] [22617] VIRAG: (HEAD ASKEW, ARCHES HIS BACK AND HUNCHED WINGSHOULDERS, PEERS AT
[Circe] [22654] (VIRAG TRUCULENT, HIS JOWL SET, STARES AT THE LAMP. GRAVE BLOOM REGARDS
[Circe] [22711] VIRAG: Perfectly logical from his standpoint. Fall of man. (HARSHLY, HIS
[Circe] [22713] Virag who disclosed the Sex Secrets of Monks and Maidens. Why I left the
[Circe] [22736] VIRAG: (A DIABOLIC RICTUS OF BLACK LUMINOSITY CONTRACTING HIS VISAGE,
[Circe] [22767] VIRAG: (AGUESHAKEN, PROFUSE YELLOW SPAWN FOAMING OVER HIS BONY EPILEPTIC
[Circe] [22793] VIRAG: (SLOUGHING HIS SKINS, HIS MULTITUDINOUS PLUMAGE MOULTING) Rats!
[Circe] [22800] DOOR, HIS WILD HARP SLUNG BEHIND HIM. VIRAG REACHES THE DOOR IN TWO
[Circe] [22808] (VIRAG UNSCREWS HIS HEAD IN A TRICE AND HOLDS IT UNDER HIS ARM.)
[Circe] [23665] THE VOICE OF VIRAG: (A BIRDCHIEF, BLUESTREAKED AND FEATHERED IN WAR
[Circe] [25289] visiting an old friend of mine there, Virag, you don't know him (poor
[Ithaca] [28334] Bloom, only born male transubstantial heir of Rudolf Virag (subsequently
[Ithaca] [28455] Virag) died on the evening of the 27 June 1886, at some hour unstated, in
[Ithaca] [28916] anniversary of the decease of Rudolph Bloom (born Virag).
[Ithaca] [29809] father Rudolf Virag (later Rudolph Bloom) had been converted from the
[Ithaca] [29994] deceased: a cameo scarfpin, property of Rudolph Bloom (born Virag),
[Ithaca] [30084] I, Rudolph Virag, now resident at no 52 Clanbrassil street, Dublin,
[Ithaca] [30089] What other objects relative to Rudolph Bloom (born Virag) were in the 2nd
[Ithaca] [30092] An indistinct daguerreotype of Rudolf Virag and his father Leopold Virag
[Ithaca] [30094] 1st and 2nd cousin, Stefan Virag of Szesfehervar, Hungary. An ancient