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And the more educated she is, the more refined she is, the more she suffers.

In more educated communities, ideals of government and conduct.

He is thought much of by the younger and more educated Jews.

She is only one and twenty, and more educated than the rest.

The more educated were needed as nurses, for teaching positions, and for various grades of clerical work deserted by men.

Perhaps that is because only the more educated and intellectual foreigners are able to make the trip across the ocean.

The old dogmatic system of belief could be held very lightly even by the more educated clergy.

When he came among the more educated Jews of Europe, he rejoiced to find that they could converse with him in Latin.

More educated, more brilliant organs there may be, like those of Pasta or Velluti, poor fellow!

Pretty girls, unless they have wise mothers, are more educated by the opposite sex than by their own.