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His friends in the smoking-room decided unanimously that the celebrated physician must be a second 'Rip-van-Winkle,' and that he had just awakened from a supernatural sleep of twenty years.
AT ONE TIME a very large and strong Wolf was born among the wolves, who exceeded all his fellow-wolves in strength, size, and swiftness, so that they unanimously decided to call him "Lion.
Nevertheless, the first one that was submitted passed unanimously.
As soon as the merry meal and a brief interval of repose were over, it was unanimously voted to have some charades.
After briefly consulting together, the Judges unanimously decided that the evidence could not be admitted.
It was passed unanimously by the Senate on January 14, 1903.
Though the poems of the Boeotian school (2) were unanimously assigned to Hesiod down to the age of Alexandrian criticism, they were clearly neither the work of one man nor even of one period: some, doubtless, were fraudulently fathered on him in order to gain currency; but it is probable that most came to be regarded as his partly because of their general character, and partly because the names of their real authors were lost.
there's no accounting for tastes;' but the ladies resolved unanimously that Nicholas had an aristocratic air; and nobody caring to dispute the position, it was established triumphantly.
Nor on ours," replied unanimously all the bellicose invalids.
Very well, a president elected by the congress," cried Michel; "and as I am the congress, you are unanimously elected
have unanimously, often vehemently, maintained the immutability of species.
The Gauchos unanimously affirm, and there is no reason to doubt their statement, that the male bird alone hatches the eggs, and for some time afterwards accompanies the young.