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That man has sagacity, honor and wit, not to mention likewise that he is a man of undoubted resolution.
He applied himself to the work with great patience and sagacity, carefully acting the
He had heard much of the sagacity of the beaver in cutting down trees, in which, it is said, they manage to make them fall into the water, and in such a position and direction as may be most favorable for conveyance to the desired point.
But out of that chaos your belief in your own prudence and sagacity reasserts itself.
Crawford sure of her, and been delighted with his own sagacity.
Let us pass on to the strange, bold and ingenious idea," interrupted Mazarin, whose sagacity foresaw a check.
To these were added an aspiring spirit that always looked upwards; a genius bold, fertile, and expansive; a sagacity quick to grasp and convert every circumstance to its advantage, and a singular and never wavering confidence of signal success.
I have here certain letters from Paris on which I would consult your young sagacity which is accredited to us by the most loyal Dona Rita.
This project was received with cheers, and many high compliments to "Old Charley" upon his sagacity and consideration.
Vasili Andreevich screwed up his eyes, bent down his head, and looked out for the way-marks, but trusted mainly to the horse's sagacity, letting it take its own way.
So, thanks to his care, his intelligence, his useful intervention in all difficulties, his prodigious and humane sagacity, the average of accidents did not exceed that of transatlantic countries, noted for their excessive precautions-- France, for instance, among others, where they reckon about one accident for every two hundred thousand francs of work.
She had formed a very favourable opinion of my practical sagacity.