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Yet not such a slavish one neither, as should rather seem the effect of her insensibility, than judgment or affection.

Yet evil to them seems less a terrible than a slavish thing.

Faith is not a matter of blind belief, of slavish assent and acceptance, as many no-faith people seem to regard it.

Tertullian's works prove that they were, on the other hand, almost too slavish in their adherence to ancient customs.

Football is driving, slavish work; there isn't one man in twenty who gets any real pleasure out of it.

Stover at YaleOwen Johnson

I would not abuse it by impudent license on the one hand, nor by slavish superstition on the other.

But it was all done in the interest of an accuracy that should yet not be a slavish uniformity.

The Greatest English ClassicCleland Boyd McAfee

Pp. 68-69: "repitition" changed to "repetition" (slavish repetition).

I'd like to know who taught women to be slavish but husbands like you.

The khans, while they did not care about the people took care that the dukes should show them slavish respect.

The Story of RussiaR. Van Bergen, M.A.

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