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Unflinchingly he stands the inquisitorial glance, and for the time Phoebe is foiled.
I intend to be inquisitorial, as the committee say they are,--but not impertinently so.
This uplifting illusion made him inquisitorial and peremptory.
Fouché had lately been deprived by Bonaparte of the inquisitorial powers which he so unscrupulously used.
Alexander lost no time in repeating with him the comedy of an inquisitorial trial, which we have seen performed with Ezzelin.
The cries of thousands ascending from their inquisitorial prisons were not unheard.
Moreover the enforcement of such a restriction would be almost impossible without an inquisitorial search through every house.
According to inquisitorial jurisprudence, there were several causes which entailed relaxation.
Yet, whatever we may think of the morality of the inquisitorial process, there can be no doubt as to its efficacy.
A look of sinister triumph seemed to glow in her hard, inquisitorial face.
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