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I know no cornice more beautiful in its extreme simplicity and serviceableness.
Granting the Truth of this Principle, I somewhat question the serviceableness of it.
The mother represents in the family, love, solicitude, serviceableness.
To him more than to any other man it owes its organized life and its missionary serviceableness.
UNITARIANISM IN AMERICAGEORGE WILLIS COOKE
He finds now that the form itself—over and above the practical serviceableness of the bowl—gives him pleasure.
Exit Araspas, to be baptised under this cloud of ignominy into the sunshine of recognised joyous serviceableness.
CYROPAEDIAXENOPHON
So it is, but it is also a process by which individuals are fitted for serviceableness to the group life.
THE FAMILY AND IT'S MEMBERSANNA GARLIN SPENCER
And so with the serviceableness of an idea or hypothesis as a measure of its truth.
But it is by no means yet certain that they have lost serviceableness as, at least, outworks of the stronghold.
There are many tendencies toward extreme individualism which need balancing by clearer ideals of social serviceableness.
THE FAMILY AND IT'S MEMBERSANNA GARLIN SPENCER

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