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She had told him that her voice was to be the more potential, and he had felt that it was so.

The climatic and national idiosyncrasies are more potential in the complexion of the two faiths than we are wont to think.

It was just this—a phase of purse-pride vanquished by another and a more potential one.

There were many Persian, Turkish and Arabian women on the island, wives of the more potential men.

Gibberish was believed to be more potential in magic than was language which the practitioner or his dupes could comprehend.

But with her another thing had happened fraught with more potential significance than them all.

Every day this stranger became more and more potential with Maltravers.

He was convinced that she had been a more potential factor in the Westmore tragedy than any one dreamed.

There will naturally also be a more potential voice on the side, whichever it is, that brings the means of support.