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The relations, indeed, of that science to the science of physiology must never be overlooked or undervalued.
He preferred to the fathering of tricky, windy phrases, the being undervalued—even by her.
I felt that up to that moment I had always undervalued the sense of touch,—it was the finest of all the senses!
UNVEILING A PARALLELALICE ILGENFRITZ JONES AND ELLA MARCHANT
Such an occupancy would be as naturally coveted by an inland population, as undervalued by a maritime one.
It is my opinion that the importance of unconscious operations in legal procedure is undervalued.
That Johnson's advice was neither thrown away nor undervalued, may be inferred from an incident related by Boswell.
It is, however, quite possible that he undervalued the sthetic side of man, and that he suffered by his attempt to starve it.
GEORGE FOXGEORGE FOX
If God's gift of vital air is neglected and undervalued, His gift of sunshine appears to be hated.
When material interests dominate the life of a people, the poet is generally undervalued.
The devotion of the civil hero is not spectacular and is often undervalued.

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