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This perhaps accounted for the obliquity of his glance, which, some believed, conveyed a useful hint about his character.
THE GIRL FROM KELLER'SHAROLD BINDLOSS
They were wide and brown, deep as grotto pools, and strange, with a hint of obliquity alien to him by untold centuries.
On the contrary, what I see in it is a spurious sensibility and that moral obliquity to which I have referred.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
If the obliquity of the ecliptic were made 10 greater, what would be the effect upon the seasons in the temperate zones?
A TEXT-BOOK OF ASTRONOMYGEORGE C. COMSTOCK
All darkness had not passed away from their understandings, nor all obliquity from their hearts.
Obliquity is sometimes righted spontaneously, but more frequently it requires the interference of art.
This statement applies to both sexes, but the obliquity is greater in the female than in the male.
Yet deep in his nature was that obliquity, that adeptness at trickery, that facility in deceit, which made him the success he was.
THE SHADOWARTHUR STRINGER
He rendered much service to the science of astronomy, and first observed the obliquity of the ecliptic.
Poets have sometimes displayed an obliquity of taste in their female favourites.

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