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Flet, in short, is our modern flat in an unspecialised and uncorrupted form.
These external coverings were much rent with age, and discovered the bodies within still white and uncorrupted.
Among the middle classes of the Catholics, all that were left uncorrupted fell into its ranks, and embraced its belief.
THE FELON'S TRACKMICHAEL DOHENY
They tell of a time when our hearts were yet uncorrupted, our ambitions were noble, and our aspirations generous.
SIR JASPER CAREWCHARLES JAMES LEVER
What man of uncorrupted reason does not see that such instincts are not communicated to bees from the natural world?
But I look into the domain of letters, and ask whether that is still uncorrupted.
MODERN SOCIETYJULIA WARD HOWE
But this punishment was resisted by the Signor Soranzo with the ardor of an uncorrupted and generous mind.
THE BRAVOJ. FENIMORE COOPER
The home society is very pleasant, and uncorrupted by the flash and glitter of the summer carnival.
Paine, that uncorrupted friend of freedom, believed too in the sincerity of Lafayette.
Irving's closing years were rich in honor and affection, and found him unspoiled and uncorrupted.
AMERICAN MEN OF MINDBURTON E. STEVENSON

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