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And yet Aggie had a quicker and more intelligent look than Lady Castlederry.

You are more intelligent than that, you are not going to defend Taboureau as Barroux did.

His blue eyes were more intelligent than Dan's, but no less frank and kindly.

I spent an afternoon not long ago with a more intelligent specimen.

But one more intelligent turns to you, "Does your Book really say that?"

Never was there a finer, more intelligent man; but his day was passing.

A more intelligent race might have sooner abandoned the contest.

These will be the more intelligent, the more industrious and persistent.

They are a much better people than the Filipinos and more intelligent.

A suggestion immediately arises in his mind—how much might this land be made to produce under a more intelligent cultivation?