not settled

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This would make his position more secure and durable, as it has made that of the Turk in Greece, who, notwithstanding all the other measures taken by him for holding that state, if he had not settled there, would not have been able to keep it.
I wish you'd come with me and see her, Mr Headstone, though she is not settled.
I told Mr Headstone you were not settled, Liz, but he was so kind as to take an interest in coming, and so I brought him.
The question as to whether there is such a thing as divine right of kings is not settled in this book.
Though it was not settled whether they should go on Monday or Tuesday, as they had each given way to the other, Anna packed busily, feeling absolutely indifferent whether they went a day earlier or later.
When the end came it was she who had to tell him to hitch up and go for the undertaker, and she thought it "funny" that he had not settled beforehand who was to have his mother's clothes and the sewing-machine.
We know now that the people who are so interested in our friend have not settled down in his own hotel.
That is the question before us which we have not settled yet.
Moreover, in his objections many difficulties are raised which are not settled by an appeal to either of the men above mentioned.
He had been chiefly at Washington on some negotiations pending between his Tribe and the Government: which were not settled yet (he said in a melancholy way), and he feared never would be: for what could a few poor Indians do, against such well-skilled men of business as the whites?
I have not settled that point, or at least there is another to settle before we get to X .
It had not settled down into calm water again full two hours after he had been seen fuming away on the horizon at the top of the steps.