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Dr. Bias deserves the more credit for his progress in life, as he is entirely self-made.
Perhaps the following consideration will render both the "bias" and the "first-cousinship" at least intelligible.
I endeavoured to divest myself of all selfish bias, and loved more and more to inquire into religious subjects.
He not only knocked off a bias patch of skin, but gave me a couple of black eyes that kept me at home for a week.
The majority believe that the Church has a capitalistic bias.
This is but an emotional bias and has nothing to do whatsoever with the attainment of truth.
The judge then summed up, with a strong bias against Reuben.
The sinful bias in our natures—to pride, to sensuality, to falsehood, or whatever else—-will not be cured by one sharp lesson.
His bias for German culture shows itself in the general structure of his play, which is like that of Lessing's dramas.
His Socialistic bias is pronounced, but it does not interfere with the pictures that he portrays.

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