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It is to be reckoned, not in terms of knowledge and organization, but of character.

Now, clean-ness, or neat-ness, is one of the elements that make hypocoristic terms (or terms of endearment) applicable.

OpusculaRobert Gordon Latham

For a man to call himself a Christian Evolutionist is (we have been told by high Orthodox authority) a contradiction in terms.

The ArenaVarious

The line of Messrs. Featherstonhaugh and Mudge is even less in conformity to the terms of the treaty.

“It will frighten the rest, who will soon come to terms, and agree to pay any tribute I may demand,” observed the rajah.

The Young RajahW.H.G. Kingston

Talfourd is strongly disinclined to compromise with the printers on any terms.

There were plenty who tried to fulfil the terms which the king proposed.

Everyone holding it has been anxious to dispose of it on any terms.

Most morphologists of the younger generations now take these terms for granted, without remembering the name of their founder.

The Last LinkErnst Haeckel

The master agreed to the terms offered and undertook the commission readily enough.

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