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And Wilson, nothing loth, enunciated his definition of Knowledge.
Yet he enunciated much truth, which we to-day are acknowledging.
CARMEN ARIZACHARLES FRANCIS STOCKING
The verdict as to Cousin Jared, though less irreverently expressed, was similar to that enunciated by the widow.
"I thought so," Miss Berber enunciated through a breath of smoke.
THE NEST BUILDERBEATRICE FORBES-ROBERTSON HALE
If these rules are not followed as enunciated by the state in case of statute law, certain penalties are inflicted.
INTERNATIONAL LAWGEORGE GRAFTON WILSON AND GEORGE FOX TUCKER
He always seemed to mean much more than was conveyed by the mere words he enunciated.
THE VELVET GLOVEHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
It is by His precious cross that ever a truth so amazing, so divine, could be enunciated.
Manifestly the truths of consciousness are rather facts to be pointed out, than combinations to be enunciated.
The very sound of them as they are enunciated by the human voice touches a chord to which the heart instinctively responds.
The volubility with which this programme was enunciated so took away my breath that I scarcely realised its audacity.

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