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Jones's rather unintelligent maid had been standing by my side the whole time.
To effect this, Intelligence would, so to speak, have to render itself unintelligent.
They take the air of superior persons, and the penalty of the superior person is to be unintelligent.
I feel indignant at such a triumph of mere external unintelligent beauty.'
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
This is absurd, for it would mean that an unintelligent dead thing is the cause of intelligence and life in the universe.
It regulates and defines conduct, and makes it uniform for old and young, intelligent and unintelligent.
He who does not understand how brutal and unintelligent history is will never understand the stimulus to make it intelligent.
At its onset, power-driven machinery did not seem to promise any release from such unintelligent toil.
There was no effect of a beneficial replacement of passive unintelligent people by active intelligent ones.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
David felt himself being made unintelligent—being made hard, bitter, vindictive—felt himself being dehumanised.
TO HIM THAT HATHLEROY SCOTT

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