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By all the others it was mentioned with regret; and his merits honoured with due gradation of feeling-- from the sincerity of Edmund's too partial regard, to the unconcern of his mother speaking entirely by rote.
But there is another way, and if Phaidor, daughter of the Holy Hekkador of the Holy Therns, has sinned she has this day already made partial reparation, and lest you doubt the sincerity of her protestations and her avowal of a new love that embraces Dejah Thoris also, she will prove her sincerity in the only way that lies open--having saved you for another, Phaidor leaves you to her embraces.
It is all idle talking: as much as a man is a whole, so is he also a part; and it were partial not to see it.
In partial explanation of my feelings regarding Dr.
They at last succeeded in getting the upper hand of these untoward streams; only, in consequence of the loosening of the soil, the wheel partly gave way, and a slight partial settlement ensued.
In partial compensation the costumes were often elaborate, with all the finery of the church wardrobe and much of those of the wealthy citizens.
Against this tendency, on the other hand, the persistent instinct for realism provided a partial antidote; the Vices are often very lifelike rascals, abstract only in name.
With the partial recovery of his animation came the return of his wonderful delusion on the subject of swimming.
My Sophronia,' said that gentleman, 'your too partial estimate of your husband's character--'
Not too partial, Alfred,' urged the lady, tenderly moved;
WHEN it comes to viewing the solar eclipse, or partial eclipse, the same precautions used to view the sun at all other times should be employed.
Altun: Some generalizations of Caristi type fixed point theorem on partial metric spaces, Filomat, 26(2012), No.

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