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He regarded their knowledge as humdrum, and it did not disturb him that they looked on his acquisitions as worthless.
PEGGY RAYMOND'S VACATIONHARRIET L. (HARRIET LUMMIS) SMITH
Still I doubt if they get half the enjoyment from their acquisitions that we do who have to save and plan for ours.'
Russia, instead of being satisfied with her acquisitions, was eagerly grasping at more.
THE EMPIRE OF RUSSIAJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
Man is not only naturally acquisitive but is naturally ostentatious of his acquisitions.
THE JOYS OF BEING A WOMANWINIFRED KIRKLAND
The command is to order all life in accordance with the early lessons and acquisitions.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: COLOSSIANS AND PHILEMONALEXANDER MACLAREN
An honest and courageous student likes to be clearly aware of the exact value of his acquisitions.
THE INTELLECTUAL LIFE=PHILIP GILBERT HAMERTON
Any other head would be turned with half her acquisitions, and a tenth of her advantages.
THE LOVE AFFAIRS OF LORD BYRONFRANCIS HENRY GRIBBLE
The natives had no idea that I could understand their talk, and I was not at all eager to display my acquisitions.
THE CAPTIVE IN PATAGONIABENJAMIN FRANKLIN BOURNE
Frankly, between the two acquisitions, there is no hesitation possible.
It is with the acquisitions thus made that we have now to deal.