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Yet he willingly countenanced the seditious wing of his party throughout the 1850s, worried that standing up to it would exacerbate sectional tensions and stifle his own presidential ambitions.MITCH MCCONNELL HAS REPEATED STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS’S BIGGEST MISTAKELAUREN HAUMESSERJANUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
What we want most is sectional treatises on single subjects.MY NEW CURATEP.A. SHEEHAN
The lines in sectional shading or cross-hatching may be made to denote the material of which the piece is to be composed.MECHANICAL DRAWING SELF-TAUGHTJOSHUA ROSE
A sectional edge view is here necessary in order to show the hexagonal form.MECHANICAL DRAWING SELF-TAUGHTJOSHUA ROSE
Every care was taken to prevent the movement assuming a sectional as distinct from a national tendency.THE EVOLUTION OF SINN FEINROBERT MITCHELL HENRY
The sectional feeling that brought on that armed contest continues in another direction, and divides the two great parties.BELFORD'S MAGAZINE, VOL. II, NO. 3, FEBRUARY 1889VARIOUS
The comparison can be easily made by comparing the sectional views of Vee engines at Fig. 32.AVIATION ENGINESVICTOR WILFRED PAG
The sectional sketch below exhibits the arrangement of the machinery.A HISTORY OF THE GROWTH OF THE STEAM-ENGINEROBERT H. THURSTON
The announcement that all sectional differences had been adjusted was hailed with almost universal joy.THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 14, NO. 81, JULY, 1864VARIOUS
What sectional heart-burnings or conflictive interests exist between the several Free States?NO COMPROMISE WITH SLAVERYWILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON

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