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"They come back when they learn to play ball above the ears," retorted Bean with crisp sapience.
BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
Another is an emblematic representation of the Tower of Sapience, each stone formed of some mental qualification.
CURIOSITIES OF LITERATURE, VOL. 1 (OF 3)ISAAC D'ISRAELI
His demure sapience was of the most intense order and it arose out of great mental excitement.
SHADOWS OF THE STAGEWILLIAM WINTER
Artemas Ward made people laugh the moment they beheld him, by his wooden composure and indescribable sapience of demeanour.
SHADOWS OF THE STAGEWILLIAM WINTER
"She's tremendously admired by some people," said Lady Mollie, shaking her head with a quaint air of sapience.
CONSEQUENCESE. M. DELAFIELD
When Kellogg nodded, Mallin continued: “Did either of them make any actual, overt claim of sapience?”
LITTLE FUZZYHENRY BEAM PIPER
Gerd, Dr. Mallin has found absolutely nothing about them that indicates true sapience.
LITTLE FUZZYHENRY BEAM PIPER
The fact that the sapience of these Fuzzies is still sub judice includes the presumption of its possibility.
LITTLE FUZZYHENRY BEAM PIPER
Suppose we go back to specific instances of Fuzzy behavior, and present them as evidence of sapience?
LITTLE FUZZYHENRY BEAM PIPER
Rose, with much sapience, assured him that no woman could have but one reason to know it.
"GEORGE WASHINGTON'S" LAST DUELTHOMAS NELSON PAGE

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