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An impatient pupil who never learns anything thoroughly often disregards the rule about silent consonants.
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
If the finder knows who the owner is or has a reasonable clue to the ownership, which he disregards, he is guilty of larceny.
PUTNAM'S HANDY LAW BOOK FOR THE LAYMANALBERT SIDNEY BOLLES
But the arrangement disregards the limitation, and takes the proposition for true simpliciter.
A SYSTEM OF LOGIC: RATIOCINATIVE AND INDUCTIVEJOHN STUART MILL
Woe to the pilot who disregards this friendly admonition, and runs on incredulous of the risk.
STATISTICAL, HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND ITS DEPENDENT SETTLEMENTS IN VAN DIEMEN'S LANDWILLIAM CHARLES WENTWORTH
I shall never really forsake sin through shame or fear; one gets used to those emotions after a little and disregards them.
OUR LADY SAINT MARYJ. G. H. BARRY
It takes no account whatever of the other world or life and entirely disregards the facts of Christian experience.
THE OTHER SIDE OF EVOLUTIONALEXANDER PATTERSON
When he disregards all these tiresome things, he becomes a fop or a fanatic.
SOLILOQUIES IN ENGLANDGEORGE SANTAYANA
The translation disregards ni-ib for the sake of smoothness.
SUMERIAN HYMNSFREDERICK AUGUSTUS VANDERBURGH
Because both are exclusive, and each disregards two elements of society.
WHAT IS PROPERTY?P. J. PROUDHON
The game of discontent has its rules, and he who disregards them cheats.
A CYNIC LOOKS AT LIFEAMBROSE BIERCE

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