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Now, in that preconception lies the capital blunder incident to the question.
These illusions frequently involve the co-operation of some preconception or expectation.
ILLUSIONSJAMES SULLY
That is, they approach the Bible without any preconception whatsoever.
The prevailing conception, however, has been adopted without examination; it is a preconception.
The experiences gained by the Americans in the Civil War helped to confirm this preconception.
One doesn't like to see a pair of eyes measuring us against a preconception quelconque.
What helps in this case to produce the illusion is the preconception that the present man is the witness's old friend.
ILLUSIONSJAMES SULLY
Already some notion of preconception has possessed the observer.
THE BOOK OF THE NATIONAL PARKSROBERT STERLING YARD
As there was no extra charge for this, it certainly surpassed any preconception on my part of steamship amenity.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
The overpowering magnitude of the steel works—Howat Penny needed no assurance of its purpose—exceeded every preconception.
THE THREE BLACK PENNYSJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER

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