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The lower the circle, the more rigorous the penalty endured in it.

As Paganel had foreseen, Kai-Koumou was invoking upon the mountain a more rigorous taboo.

See p. 15 for a more rigorous statement concerning the volume.

With that epoch began their revival, and the more rigorous revival also of the prohibitory system.

The frost got more rigorous, drying the snow to a dusty powder in which Festing's lumber gang floundered awkwardly.

The Girl From Keller'sHarold Bindloss

The shooting of Lieutenant Davis next morning was doubtless in obedience to orders for a more rigorous enforcement of rules.

Men have a more rigorous sense of what constitutes knowledge.

On the contrary, what they asked was for its more rigorous enforcement.

And this scheme, in its turn, is the more mathematical according as it expresses a more rigorous necessity.

Creative EvolutionHenri Bergson

The power of cohesion is more rigorous in some bodies than others.

Lectures on Popular and Scientific SubjectsJohn Sutherland Sinclair, Earl of Caithness

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