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They feel the poetry of nature as much as, indeed much more than, we; but it is a poetry unassociated with man.
As a matter of fact, when unassociated with gross pathological lesions, the senile tremor has no such significance.
PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
This will confirm the belief that the shortage of fuel is not unassociated with the vested interests.
She stepped over and placed another waltz before Laura, to give the children the incentive of new music, unassociated with drill.
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And yet again, a thing entirely unassociated with a result may be the beginning of the result, so to speak.
It is a republic quite unassociated with our Imperial outpost of British Columbia.
Now, sir, wealth unassociated with prestige is just like—what shall I say?
Not a spot there unassociated with memories, but they were the memories of early boyhood.
TONY BUTLERCHARLES JAMES LEVER
It is a physical act, unassociated with deep feeling of any kind.
But it still remained a day of rest, unassociated, except by the Jews, with religion.

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