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But, with your permission, we can lay aside our officialism and hold a family conference.
Yet the conscientious tradition of Prussian officialism accomplished much in the way of administrative reform.
It would be a mere matter of Government officialism, and there the affair would end.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
It was expressed by both Roman and Jewish officialism which looked with scorn on this obscure fanatic who claimed to be a king!
OUR LADY SAINT MARYJ. G. H. BARRY
They cheered and laughed and joked, slapped and patted hysterically, and forgot the bilious officialism entirely.
Mr. Perkins seemed to have found another illustration of public ignorance, and recognised his duty as a missionary of officialism.
AFTERWARDSIAN MACLAREN
"Officialism is nothing if not brutal," Ralph said bitterly.
THE SQUIRE'S DAUGHTERSILAS K(ITTO) HOCKING
He succeeded, where Taft failed, in preventing that drought of invention which officialism brings.
A PREFACE TO POLITICSWALTER LIPPMANN
Mr. Perkins seemed to have found another illustration of public ignorance, and recognized his duty as a missionary of officialism.
The weather is atrocious;—the earthquakes are fearsome;—the foreign element and the Japanese officialism of Tky must be dreadful.

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