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"I have no experience of this profound desire to which you allude," enunciated Tibby.

Some of them had enunciated Bolshevist doctrines as wild as any of Flynn's or Jacobi's.

I am obliged to own that I am an exception to the theory I have just now enunciated.

"The forest primeval," I enunciated with all the distinctness of which I was capable.

But whenever an opinion is enunciated, the reader feels it to be unnecessary.

What was the caste system recently enunciated by Abhedananda in Madras?

This doctrine of "rock facies" was, I believe, enunciated first in 1838.

A similar opinion is enunciated by schylus in the 'Eumenides' (647, 648).

It is by His precious cross that ever a truth so amazing, so divine, could be enunciated.

He enunciated no crude theory, he indulged in no wild speculations.

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