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Even to the most unpracticed eye this model of a great work appeared to be of admirable skill.
Nor was it difficult, even to his unpracticed eye, to see that she had begun to wage a losing fight against the bank.
HIGH NOONANONYMOUS
To her unpracticed eye, the character of the country remained unchanged except for minor variations.
NORTH OF FIFTY-THREEBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
This the lawyer proceeded to do and so cleverly that an unpracticed eye would not detect it.
A GIRL OF THE COMMUNEGEORGE ALFRED HENTY
To Lilly's unpracticed eye the girls were as like as two sparrows—saucy, greedy, inconstant, and amorous.
THE SONG OF SONGSHERMANN SUDERMANN
In the yard we were first taken to piles of ore which appeared to an unpracticed eye like heaps of old mortar and broken granite.
It was in a brown envelope, and directed in a cramped and evidently unpracticed hand, with which Frank was not familiar.
MAKING HIS WAYHORATIO ALGER, JR.
But if there was ever any incongruity the blurring hand of time has left it invisible to our unpracticed eyes.
THE CAR THAT WENT ABROADALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
It looked well enough to unpracticed eyes, but Ham Morris shook his head and went to consult his fishermen friends.
On arrival there it was plain even to the unpracticed eyes of the boys that more than one person had passed that way recently.
BOB HUNT IN CANADAGEORGE W. ORTON

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