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He chosePg 41 the best roads with unerring knowledge and generally avoided the larger cities.
But sharp eyes, a firm hand, and unerring judgment were needed for every foot of the way.
MOTOR MATT'S "CENTURY" RUNSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
He had a form of ideal beauty, grace, and vigor, inspired by unerring wisdom and insight into futurity.
But the proof lies in the fatal signs that show themselves to me continually, and in the unerring instinct of my own heart.
He hath the unerring eye that pierces to the very heart, and that no hypocrisy, no cunning, can deceive.
Daniel Morgan and his sharpshooters, posted behind trees, carefully singled out the bravest men, and shot them with unerring aim.
THE STORY OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIESH. A. (HLNE ADELINE) GUERBER
The Grecian artists were deterred by their unerring instincts from the attempt.
XERXESJACOB ABBOTT
It is never idle, and in its ceaseless journeyings it makes choice of its path by a conclusion that is unerring and instantaneous.
He was quick and unerring, and no emergency could arise that would deprive him of his full self-possession.
Old Johnson and Blake reloaded, and delivered their fire with an unerring aim.

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