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The hermits, whether of old time in their cells, or of modern time with their unaffiliated lives, are wrong.
THE MEANING OF FAITHHARRY EMERSON FOSDICK
They all show the sharp-edged strata of unaffiliated tastes and styles of different ages and artists.
No fact of sacred history, no single righteous pre-Christian observance, was unaffiliated with them.
An unaffiliated Mason cannot release himself from his responsibilities to the Order.
A lodge exercises penal jurisdiction over all unaffiliated Masons, living within its geographical jurisdiction.
Here also the principle of monopoly was strictly observed, no goods being shipped for unaffiliated merchants.
It is a remarkably unaffiliated language—more so than any one that I have ever compared.
OPUSCULAROBERT GORDON LATHAM
For the unaffiliated—by far the larger part of each class—the new club-house will be a Godsend.
Even our spasmodic efforts at reform fail ludicrously for lack of leaders unaffiliated with "the thing to be reformed."
There was a fear of spies, and a number of unaffiliated Germans were arrested and interned.

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