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As long as man left his bones to the unaided agencies of nature, they were little likely to be preserved.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
At liberty to leave this place, it would prove difficult for me to find, unaided, my way out.
His life was the triumph of steady determination unaided by a single brilliant or attractive quality.
Some of them struggled out unaided, and all were at last brought safely to the solid ground.
You can see the heavy weather I was making of it with my unaided pen.
Unaided, the 6th Gurkhas got well astride the ridge, but had to fall back owing to the lack of his support.
Light comes to no man by his own unaided effort; and the solitary thinker may mistake his own conceit for truth.
In fact, no cogent reason can be given why the works mentioned by her should not be the outcome of unaided development.
And the Duchess, still with a glance hither and yon, sank upon the sofa to which she had made her way unaided.
THE AWKWARD AGEHENRY JAMES
Yamba acted as cook and waitress, but after a time the work was more than she could cope with unaided.

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