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That countenance could never be once looked upon by an unprejudiced eye, without making an immediate interest in the heart.
To make a response is difficult, because your article is not written in a fair, unprejudiced spirit.
There is no one, however, who so needs competent, unprejudiced advice as the inventor.
Nothing will ever make me admit and no unprejudiced mind can admit that what was once food has become a horrible poison.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
The bitterness of war had not yet receded far enough into the past to allow of unprejudiced judgment.
Let the unprejudiced reader duly weigh this simple statement of facts, and judge dispassionately.
Would an unprejudiced and honest administration have exercised the imposing means here set forth?
Ive not mentioned having seen you, because I wish him to suppose your opinions unprejudiced.
BYRONRICHARD EDGCUMBE
His own letter, too, which was read in court, alone would have condemned him in the opinion of all unprejudiced men.
MARK HURDLESTONESUSANNA MOODIE
The unprejudiced saw the dignity of his presence and felt the truth and beauty of his words.
THE LIFE OF JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLERELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL

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