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For once, death, and the death in life of prejudice, could claim nothing but the skeleton of an old man.
Quantum mechanics needs no particular interpretation if it is formulated without the preexisting prejudice that nature should exhibit cause-and-effect determinism.
With reference to its therapeutic use, the State Health Department is without prejudice.
The award will recognize efforts to fight prejudice, end discrimination and advance positive societal change.
Indeed, in certain quarters a prejudice against laughing under any circumstances appears to have sprung up.
EUROPE REVISEDIRVIN S. COBB
Passion and prejudice have often hindered the attainment of noble ends which were earnestly sought.
Dishonour and prejudice would accrue to any sovereign who should upset the very nature of the constitution.
Because of prejudice, however, it is rarely that the happily married woman makes a business or professional career.
ANALYZING CHARACTERKATHERINE M. H. BLACKFORD AND ARTHUR NEWCOMB
And, he is the most enslaved agent on the earth, so far as sin, and selfishness and prejudice are concerned.
QUIET TALKS ON PRAYERS. D. (SAMUEL DICKEY) GORDON
Moreover, the prejudice and limitations of the teachers have to be recognized.

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