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While its origins began as a film program 15 years ago, the name change builds on what university officials described as an avowed effort to advance diversity and inclusivity.
It’s enough, in other words, to make an avowed supplement skeptic wonder whether he should reconsider his skepticism.
Other phrases, of a morbid tenderness, seem like music whispering consolation for unavowed sorrows and irremediable despair.
This unavowed change in the constitution settled the sphere of political action open to the crown.
That is an unnecessary confession, but I could not be satisfied to insert the record here, with my vanity unavowed.
Baseless as the 'discretion' theory may be, it has a strong unavowed influence.
And we need not fear that this instinctive and unavowed prepossession will turn the scientist aside from the search for the true.
MAJOR PROPHETS OF TO-DAYEDWIN E. SLOSSON
This could have been construed as a hint to Burr to give up his unavowed hopes of becoming President.
THOMAS JEFFERSONGILBERT CHINARD
We see what we want to see, we obscure what is unfavorable to a cherished, probably unavowed, wish.
She knew she loved and was beloved, but could not force the delicate secret into words, since it was yet unavowed between them.
NOT PRETTY, BUT PRECIOUSJOHN HAY, ET AL.

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