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Unfortunately, unprogressive builders are still adhering to this inartistic plan.
Fervid as their Christianity was, it was altogether unprogressive in its form.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
The movement, therefore, will not be halted by the indifference of the unprogressive element of the medical profession.
She should guard against becoming autocratic and unprogressive.
THE CANADIAN GIRL AT WORKMARJORY MACMURCHY
Men cherished easy mental ruts grooved by the unprogressive centuries; pioneering paths were only for the few.
MOUNTAINCLEMENT WOOD
If you do go to Empoli keep away from this ignorant, unprogressive individual.
Down from the castle walls slopes the town, its happy, unprogressive people as somnolent as of yore.
The Indian population, they believed, belonged to the unprogressive and unproductive peoples of the earth.
THE OLD NORTHWESTFREDERIC AUSTIN OGG
It hence appears that human society has not been in all parts of Africa stationary and unprogressive from age to age.
The British post office was at that time passing through one of its unprogressive periods.

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