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It is a truism that all such institutions tend to degenerate, to become mechanical, and to tyrannize.

So much judgment and experience does the operation call for that it is a truism to say that bad pruning is worse than none.

How often is sport spoiled from the want of appreciating the truism that a wall is no stronger than its weakest point.

If it be taken in its strict acceptation of autonomous state sovereignty, the exception is somewhat of a truism.

It is a truism that we can think more lucidly and profoundly than we can write or speak.

No and YesMary Baker Eddy

That's all, and it's more like a truism than a paradox, isn't it?

The House of SoulsArthur Machen

Truism that it is, it presents itself with particular force at this stage.

She had stated it as she felt it, a truism, what every one must feel.

Rough-HewnDorothy Canfield

He regarded it as a truism unworthy of notice; he evidently felt that a comparison between love and dollars was preposterous.

This truism the Utilitarians proclaim with as much pride as if it were new, and as much zeal as if it were important.

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