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These may be said to be pure in tone, but not possessing the other requisites they fail in commanding attention.
Our receipt clerk—one who has not very hard work with us—makes line for a firm that deals in fishing requisites.
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The former of these requisites is that to which our attention will be exclusively directed in the present chapter.
Perfume has always been associated with the requisites of the lady's toilet.
Tess sat up getting on with some little requisites, lest the few remaining days should not afford sufficient time.
For any form of outdoor exercise, the two chief requisites of costume are warmth and lightness.
The art of colouring, and the skilful management of light and shadow, are essential requisites in his confined labours.
One of the indispensable requisites is the proper organization of an effective fund, which is to be regularly sustained.
I thought proper, after having reached this conclusion, to calculate my wealth in the way of preliminary requisites to success.
By preliminary requisites to success, I mean those which lead to the securing of invitations to lecture.

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