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The poll, conducted online by College Reaction for Axios October 6-7 among 872 college students at accredited four-year universities, was specific in its wording.

Indeed, some of his inventions have been so wonderful that he might be accredited with supernatural powers.

Hidden TreasuresHarry A. Lewis

A new French minister was at hand, accredited to President Washington, with fresh instructions.

If one is an official or an accredited visitor to Berbice, the Colony House is placed at one's service.

Jungle PeaceWilliam Beebe

At the period when he flourished as an accredited historian, the occupancy of Ireland had passed into new hands.

Eastern people they were; from the accredited center of art and literature; members of the inner circle of the elect.

The Eyes of the WorldHarold Bell Wright

Much of what is currently accredited as authentic history is in fact a mixture of flattery and calumny, myth and fable.

It was accredited with wondrous qualities, and the very sight of it “abominable and fearful to behold.”

But Garrick was the accredited chief of the theatrical profession until his death.

In the British press the case of the Transvaal was never presented by any accredited counsel for the defence.

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