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It had kept its boughs unshattered, and its full complement of leaves; and the whole in perfect verdure, except a single branch, that, by the earlier change with which the elm-tree sometimes prophesies the autumn, had been transmuted to bright gold.
The Senate Chairman thanked the Turkish speaker for his sentiments and said,"We have suffered such acts of barbarism before and our resolve remains unshattered.
Luckily, I managed to pass my journalism exams and so the illusion remained unshattered.
Even though I am broken hearted my faith is unshattered," he wrote.
Over the centuries the oceans have remained unshattered.
Probably not, and thus continues The Smiths unshattered legacy.
Lenny dies with the dream intact, his naive faith unshattered.
The plot concludes with Higgs persuaded to leave his mythical image and the bizarrely Utopian Erewhon intact, unshattered by simple reality.
This method only collected unshattered seeds ripe or almost ripe on the day of harvesting, and favours tough rachis and simultaneous ripening.