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That would have been a material and unexceptional proof that I lied, a proof of my guilt!
MY MEMOIRSMARGUERITE STEINHEIL
My grandparents, having ascertained that Miss Travers was a quite unexceptional person, had an access of cheerfulness.
THE STORY OF BAWNKATHARINE TYNAN
He was no mean hand, his slices of ham were very artist-like, and frying away in the most unexceptional manner.
But this would be true, as unexceptional rule, only in our artificially simplified universe.
Each is fresh and interesting in matter, unexceptional in tone and excellent in literary style.
There is character drawing of an unexceptional kind in Honour.
ICONOCLASTSJAMES HUNEKER
It is fortunate that on this point we have the unexceptional testimony of Bede himself.
In France one does get food at the railway stations, and at St. Michael the breakfast was unexceptional.
HE KNEW HE WAS RIGHTANTHONY TROLLOPE
His morals are unexceptional, since to the ten commandments of Moses he has added the decalogue of good form.
An unexceptional milk can of about 1920, with the more common type of lid.

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