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All the world is sensible of the justness of this maxim, the clamours of the colonists are a striking proof of it.
THE JUSTICE AND NECESSITY OF TAXING THE AMERICAN COLONIES, DEMONSTRATEDUNKNOWN
But as voting for Socialism is the most obvious duty of all who are convinced of its justness and wisdom, so it is the least duty.
THE COMMON SENSE OF SOCIALISMJOHN SPARGO
In this situation, justness of expression and presence of mind were peculiarly necessary in answering.
THE CONFESSIONS OF J. J. ROUSSEAU, COMPLETEJEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU
I myself am convinced, by long and many repeated experience, of their justness and solidity.
VEGETABLE DIET: AS SANCTIONED BY MEDICAL MEN, AND BY EXPERIENCE IN ALL AGESWILLIAM ANDRUS ALCOTT
The characteristic of his genius, so well defined, so ill understood, was less audacity than justness.
THE BEST OF THE WORLD'S CLASSICS, RESTRICTED TO PROSE, VOL. VII (OF X)--CONTINENTAL EUROPE IVARIOUS
I shall now speak a word as to the justness of your censure with regard to myself after these remarks on the manner of it.
LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF DAVID HUME, VOLUME II (OF 2)JOHN HILL BURTON
Each man maintained the justness of his own statement, and the dispute was long and obstinately pursued.
CALEB WILLIAMSWILLIAM GODWIN
I could no longer doubt the justness of my reasonings, and immediately, while you slept, I set off for London.
PRINCE ZALESKIM.P. SHIEL
The justness of her claim was at once acknowledged; but, alas!
THE BIBLE IN SPAINGEORGE BORROW
Her candour and her justness were as conspicuous as her decision of character.
THE GUINEA STAMPANNIE S. SWAN

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