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He wished, I imagine, to give some idea to the young illiterates of the simple laws of motion and force.
PRINCE ZALESKIM.P. SHIEL
Our illiterates are largely foreigners who have not been in our country long enough to become educated.
Certainly to supply only about one-half as many illiterates per hundred as the Germans is a notable record.
In 1900 the percentage of illiterates among the Bohemians entering the United States was 3.
But as construed and enforced it is not confined to illiterates but to persons of intelligence as well.
The Filipinos have no larger percentage of illiterates than Spain of those who can not read and write.
The illiterates are withdrawn at this point to be given examinations for manual skill.
Their strength in Ireland is almost entirely among the illiterates, who in the polling booths are coerced by their priests.
IRELAND AS IT ISROBERT JOHN BUCKLEY (AKA R.J.B.)
This act, while it served to exclude illiterates, made no drastic cut in the volume of immigration.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATESCHARLES A. BEARD AND MARY R. BEARD
There ensued a grave discussion of dream-lore, in which the illiterates of our party declared solemn faith.

WORD OF THE DAY

sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION