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To the best of his recollection he has never at any time met any person terming herself Diana Vaughan.
DEVIL-WORSHIP IN FRANCEARTHUR EDWARD WAITE
Indeed there is no substantial objection to terming any sort of government made by a constitution or agreement federal.
NULLIFICATION, SECESSION WEBSTER'S ARGUMENT AND THE KENTUCKY AND VIRGINIA RESOLUTIONSCALEB WILLIAM LORING
He cannot suppress his contempt of the delusion or hypocrisy of our ancestors in terming themselves republicans.
AURELIANWILLIAM WARE
It is very hard to define this feeling more precisely than by terming it a rudimentary sense of personal importance.
ILLUSIONSJAMES SULLY
I am unwilling to adopt this language; but I cannot forbear terming the Report uncandid and unjust.
CHARLES SUMNER; HIS COMPLETE WORKS; VOLUME 2 (OF 20)CHARLES SUMNER
All that they can do, is to conceal their subjection, by terming their theory a necessary belief.
HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION IN ENGLAND, VOL. 3 OF 3HENRY THOMAS BUCKLE
It describes a purely psychological process, which could better be characterized by terming it localized.
A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOANALYSISSIGMUND FREUD
At this juncture there arose a graphic satirist—if indeed we are justified in so terming him—of genuine originality.
ENGLISH CARICATURISTS AND GRAPHIC HUMOURISTS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.GRAHAM EVERITT
So much for the blasphemy of terming the Cholera, with like scourges, the work of an "inscrutable Providence."
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
Are we justified in terming their view of the universe a materialistic one?
THE TEACHING OF EPICTETUSEPICTETUS

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