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But I am well assured there is not a man of real sense and goodness in the world who would not honour and applaud the action.
New York has always been a commercial community, and there are not more than three families in it who can claim an aristocratic origin in the real sense of the word.
I want to be strong-minded in the real sense of the word, but I don't like to be called so by people who don't understand my meaning; and I shall be if I try to make the girls think soberly about anything sensible or philanthropic.
Whenever the real sense of what she had heard emerged for a second from the haze of her thoughts she would fancy that something had exploded in her brain without, unfortunately, bursting her head to pieces--which would have been a relief.
But on reflection he decided that what he had witnessed was no real sense of security, still less a real innocence.
Those in court had been wrought up to an irrational, but real sense of some monstrosity.
There is a real sense of a fresh start under Ashley Giles and Jim Troughton.
to with his first know the "There is a real sense of a fresh start.
He said change could not be brought about with empty slogans but through selfless service to the masses in the real sense.
The staff, parents and pupils all feel a real sense of ownership of what is one of Edgbaston's great hidden gems.
During a meeting with Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif here Monday, the delegation led by President Saad Aman Ullah Khan said that Shahbaz Sharif is promoting good governance in the province in the real sense and set an example of good governance.
Firstly, there's a joyous web-swinging system to play with, as the camera pulls in tight behind our hero, adding a real sense of speed and danger to flying high through skyscraping ravines.