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Measles, the Member for Sark tells me, can be conveyed in various apparently innoxious guises.
Neat cattle will touch nothing that is not wholesome in its nature; nothing that is not wholly innoxious.
COTTAGE ECONOMYWILLIAM COBBETT
That is the old-fashioned method of sorcery; my Apollo, in his hallowed lines, is pointing out an innoxious art.
I am well aware that, from any other than the human point of view, this proceeding is very innoxious.
DEATHMAURICE MAETERLINCK
Vanity, I believe, my dear brother, is not so innoxious a quality as we are desirous of supposing.
Vanity, I believe, my dear brother, is not ſo innoxious a quality as we are deſirous of ſuppoſing.
He affected not to have observed the air with which she had uttered these otherwise innoxious words.
They were a merry, ingenious, persevering, and almost innoxious race.
In meddling with great affairs, weakness is never innoxious.
No two constitutions are alike, and what is very bad for you, may be perfectly innoxious to others.

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