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In one sense, indeed, we may admit a human genus,--such as every man must be in his individual entireness.
LECTURES ON ARTWASHINGTON ALLSTON
Well, she remains in her entireness and individuality, her costume as grotesque and her speech as Scotch as ever.
ADLE DUBOISMRS. WILLIAM T. SAVAGE
The very freedom of his comments upon others made her feel the entireness of their mutual confidence.
JESSAMINEMARION HARLAND
No dressmaker had ever played fantastic tricks with it: it was pure and simple in its entireness as it came from the loom.
It is intended for the entireness of our sanctification: “the very God of peace sanctify you wholly.”
SERMONS PREACHED AT BRIGHTONFREDERICK W. ROBERTSON
Reason is the nature of things come fully to itself, re-established in its entireness.
Does not the entireness of the complex hint at the perfection of the simple?
EUREKA:EDGAR A. POE
The day for depreciating Wordsworth has gone by; but calmer critics must still object to his poetical views in their entireness.
Nor is he only careful to provide for the body's entireness, but for its accommodation and ornament.
Pacetti had made this purchase with the view of restoring the mutilated statue to entireness.

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