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There would be an incidental creation of water power which could be used for generating electricity.

Nevertheless, his successors were so emboldened by incidental utterances like the above that they went to much greater lengths.

The Basis of MoralityArthur Schopenhauer

We have incidental references during the ensuing decade to the existence of sick wards in workhouses.

The idea of saving and safeguarding these materials is only incidental to those who do not help to produce them.

The Holy EarthL. H. Bailey

But in poems of every class there are descriptions of nature, though occupying an incidental and secondary position.

That is to say, they are not merely symptomatic of some other affection, or incidental to some profounder change.

THE characters in this book seem to live, their remarks are bright and natural, and the incidental humor delightful.

That does not constitute an incidental defect, but essential failure.

His criticism of Don Juan is, however, to be gathered only from short and incidental remarks, as he never reviewed the poem.

This incidental effect on debts and industry becomes the main motive of some citizens in advocating the issue.

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