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I am the plainest woman in England, bar none.6 Even in youth I was not, strictly speaking, voluptuously lovely.
HEANDREW LANG
"Yes, it is pretty; historic too; and it's the finest young college in the country, bar none," answered Devoe.
BEHIND THE LINERALPH HENRY BARBOUR
You've got more nerve than any other man I know, bar none, but don't waste it on a fool fight.
THE PLUM TREEDAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS
Other days we went over the hills for huckleberries—and came home with pails of the best fruit that grows for pies, bar none.
DWELLERS IN ARCADYALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
He left me at last with the impression that this was probably the best team in the valley, bar none.
THE KILLERSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
He is the busiest gentleman in England—bar none—but he is never too busy for a try-on or for a consultation.
THE BURGLARS' CLUBHENRY A. HERING
And thats what makes him the greatest pitcher in this country to-day, bar none.
“She is the most lovely craft I ever set eyes on, bar none,” I answered with enthusiasm.
THE FIRST MATEHARRY COLLINGWOOD
He got his title from his willingness to round up Southern delegates for any candidate, bar none.
"That's the finest-looking corn in this county, bar none, Hiram," declared Bronson.
HIRAM THE YOUNG FARMERBURBANK L. TODD

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