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Machismo was more meaningful to the average estate than education.

One may read it without prior knowledge of history or law, although it will be more meaningful to attorneys than to others.

Moreover, the life upon which it seizes in this way is wider, more complex, more meaningful and varied than ever before.

She looked even prettier and more meaningful so than in her ethereal outside summer-cloud muslin.

In the magazine the patchwork of daily journalism is assembled into more meaningful designs.

And no safeguard this present mortal generation can set up is more meaningful than that hope.