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Dr. French and Mr. Skinner adhere to the same sense in their translation, and pertinently refer to Psalms iii.
He was naturally considered mad, but it could not be denied that he reasoned pertinently on all subjects.
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Would the ants reason pertinently concerning the intentions, desires, and projects of the gardener?
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The canoe editor of Forest and Stream pertinently says, "we may as properly call a bicycle 'the poor man's express train.'"
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I replied pertinently that I had made my application nearly a month ago.
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Neale said, he thought very pertinently, "Grandfather never has been."
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The hostess pertinently remarked that she, as eldest son, might surely rank among the millionaire's legatees.
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Thus, as Ausonius has pertinently remarked, chaste men engender obscene literatures.
From my window as I write I see an object lesson that pertinently illustrates the actual state of affairs in many a home.
Divinity treats amply and more pertinently of this subject, but I am not much versed in it.

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