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She was so slow as to be unremunerative, as compared with horses.
Here Southey entered steadily and industriously on the life of an author for livelihood; it was by no means unremunerative.
No railway conceivably, of course, will charge unremunerative rates for a long time.
The direct line, unlike the roundabout one, cannot withdraw from the field when rates become unremunerative.
It therefore seemed to them very improbable that he would be resigned to follow such a laborious and unremunerative life.
THE WAIF OF THE "CYNTHIA"ANDR LAURIE AND JULES VERNE
The men wearied of the hopeless, unremunerative quest and the long strain of labour.
Harte wrote an unsuccessful novel and collaborated with Mark Twain on an unremunerative play.
This line, which was sufficiently unremunerative, required an immense mechanical toil.
Even there, however, the pursuit is understood to be unremunerative, and has failed to attract European capital.
They have, to begin with, a genius for doing their duty, and doing your duty is an unremunerative occupation in this wicked world.
THE RUBICONE. F. BENSON

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