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It seems that Najma Khan who has full command over Punjabi and Sindhi also, has an unbigoted outlook and has dealt with various topics without any bias.
If they had come with an open and unbigoted mind they would have learned a lot.
Here Balzac offers the double guide of the converted non-believer, Minoret, and the intelligent, unbigoted priest, Chaperon, to make it possible for the reader to believe also--believe in somnambulism, that is.
While James frequently refers to his Protestant Presbyterian upbringing, he is quick to point out he "came from the most unbigoted family in the world".