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This is the case because He isolates Himself, and preserves Himself uninfected from all things.
For Mr. Trevor appeared in no way uninfected by the peculiar charm Mary had cast around the son.
MARY SEAHAM, VOLUME 1 OF 3ELIZABETH CAROLINE GREY
The improvement of Group A—uninfected children—proved to be greatest, and was taken as 100 per cent.
ADENOIDS AND DISEASED TONSILSMARGARET COBB ROGERS
Letters from plague-ridden shores are fitted for the perusal of the uninfected by fumigation and other mysterious processes.
They are content with their country, and faithful to their chiefs, and yet uninfected with the fever of migration.
Here were the healthy ones, the uninfected ones who had received preventative inoculations.
STAR SURGEONALAN NOURSE
The railway mania of 1845 of course did not leave Worcestershire uninfected.
Billy alone seemed uninfected with the now prevalent idea that we were likely to find lions almost anywhere.
THE LAND OF FOOTPRINTSSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
The sullen door, Yet uninfected, on its cautious hinge Fearing to turn, abhors society.
Nor was the enlightened Cardinal Frederick himself altogether uninfected by the general mania.
THE BETROTHEDALESSANDRO MANZONI

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