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Much wisdom is demanded of an Irish leader in deciding the tactical questions arising from the vicissitudes of British parties.
IRELAND AND THE HOME RULE MOVEMENTMICHAEL F. J. MCDONNELL
She had misconstrued it, deciding that he was disappointed in her.
THE WINNING CLUEJAMES HAY, JR.
A deciding factor in favor of the Zeppelins was the ease with which they could be put into their sheds after each flight.
ZEPPELINHARRY VISSERING
A knowledge of how to use the bayonet and the will to use it must often be the deciding factors in battle.
Sordid self and inflated aristocracy could have had no difficulty in deciding.
Came the day when Grey Beaver, deciding that the liability of her running away was past, released Kiche.
WHITE FANGJACK LONDON
In deciding upon the causes of the excessive mortality at Andersonville, there is not much obscurity to contend with.
MARTYRIAAUGUSTUS C. HAMLIN
If it should prove to be Stone—he hesitated at the thought, deciding on nothing until sure who the man might be.
LARAMIE HOLDS THE RANGEFRANK H. SPEARMAN
Some tact is necessary in deciding your movements when you find yourself preceded by other visitors, in making a morning call.
A young man is wasting his time, if, after deciding to enter aviation, he acquires knowledge that is no more than haphazard.
LEARNING TO FLYCLAUDE GRAHAME-WHITE

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