unknown

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A few years only back, every Carolinian rode to town, and the motor was unknown.

"And they come from a bitter heart," answered the unknown knight.

Then he was but a penniless, monk-bred lad, unknown and unfriended.

Like the Admirable Crichton, no art is to her unknown, no accomplishment by her neglected.

It is merely a case of not liking him less, but of liking my unknown man more.

What did these unknown forces above and around her wish to do with her as they floated in the air?

Never had the voices of the Invisible unknown spoken so clearly.

If a white man chose to appear thus in an unknown country, why not?

But how could they know of his whereabouts in this unknown country?

I shook my head, replying that her language was unknown to me.

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