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The light in which the world appeared to the older poet was that of common sense strangely blended with imaginative mysticism.
Eleanor realized her error and had common sense enough not to endeavor to explain it away.
POLLY'S BUSINESS VENTURELILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
Thousands of the most beautiful women are destitute of common sense and common humanity.
Then common sense in the form of his companion came to his rescue.
These are combined into an object by the common sense, known also as the forming power.
If a variety of experiences are brought together and used with common sense, of course a great deal can be achieved.
France, worn out with errors and strange excesses, eager once more for order and common sense, fell back into the old track.
MEMOIRS TO ILLUSTRATE THE HISTORY OF MY TIMEFRANOIS PIERRE GUILLAUME GUIZOT
After that first dinner also she had a talk with her son; which resulted in his displaying a common sense that did him credit.
DOROTHY'S TRAVELSEVELYN RAYMOND
In America alone 125,000 copies of Common Sense were sold within three months after the pamphlet appeared.
I know of no man who stands more stanchly for common sense and enterprise than good old George.
BABBITTSINCLAIR LEWIS

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