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There is not the remotest hint, in any portion of scripture, that any other planet or star was shrouded in gloom at that time.
GOSPEL PHILOSOPHYJ. H. WARD
In all my life I never heard a conversation resembling that of the farrier and the rest in the remotest degree.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
As one may well believe, Boulingrin had not the remotest idea what had happened to him.
THE STORY OF THE DUCHESS OF CICOGNE AND OF MONSIEUR DE BOULINGRINANATOLE FRANCE
"I haven't the remotest idea where your friend Bevis is or where he has got to," Mazaroff said with a sneer in his voice.
THE WEIGHT OF THE CROWNFRED M. WHITE
They were the school-masters of thousands and tens of thousands, perpetuating their ideas to remotest generations.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IJOHN LORD
All that we know is that they existed from the remotest period of which we have cognizance, long before the pyramids were built.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IIJOHN LORD
Legends of which he is the hero are also preserved not only in Asia and Africa, but also in the remotest corners of Europe.
GREAT MEN AND FAMOUS WOMEN. VOL. 3 OF 8VARIOUS
From the remotest times, long before the foundation of Rome, a league of Latin cities was in existence.
THE TWO GREAT REPUBLICS: ROME AND THE UNITED STATESJAMES HAMILTON LEWIS
Traces of primitive thought--survivals from remotest antiquity--should also remain in evidence.
MYTHS OF BABYLONIA AND ASSYRIADONALD A. MACKENZIE
There isn't the remotest chance of his being able to go to sea.
MARY GRAYKATHARINE TYNAN
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