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The Alps and the glaciers together are able to take every bit of conceit out of a man and reduce his self-importance to zero if he will only remain within the influence of their sublime presence long enough to give it a fair and reasonable chance to do its work.
But looking to the fact that Magdalen, on both the occasions when she had forgotten herself, had spoken in the heat of anger, he was of opinion that her voice had every reasonable chance of escaping detection, if she carefully avoided all outbursts of temper for the future, and spoke in those more composed and ordinary tones which Mrs.
"My looking glass," he continued, "shows me that I am changed beyond any reasonable chance of recognition.
Praise everybody, I say to such: never be squeamish, but speak out your compliment both point-blank in a man's face, and behind his back, when you know there is a reasonable chance of his hearing it again.
Now think ye that I would have done this grievous wrong to my soul, body, reputation, and estate, without a reasonable chance of profit?"
Before Justice Ngugi Mumbi on Monday, the prosecution expressed confidence that the appeal was arguable and had a reasonable chance of success.
As it is, he is starved and I can't remember when he last had a pass to give him a reasonable chance of scoring.
The firm said that Malaysia has a reasonable chance of restoring its fiscal health if economic growth remains stable.
He believes that NeoCart still has a "reasonable chance" of securing FDA approval and that the company could still potentially launch NeoCart in the U.S.
While Pakistan Peoples Party had fielded its own candidate Aitzaz Ahsan and both sides had asked the other to withdraw its candidate to create a reasonable chance of a win for the opposition candidate.
When you are able to see a person's face you then have a reasonable chance of assessing their intentions.

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