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He was more impressed by Marshall's gayety and unrestraint at the Quoit Club than by anything else he noted.
THE LIFE OF JOHN MARSHALL VOLUME 4 OF 4ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE
I was anxious to appear at ease, but the more I tried to assume an air of unrestraint, the more awkward I felt myself becoming.
THE STRAND MAGAZINE, VOLUME I, ISSUE 2, FEBRUARY 1891VARIOUS
Such towns as Dodge and Ogallalla offered extraordinary phenomena of unrestraint.
THE PASSING OF THE FRONTIEREMERSON HOUGH
Miss Nelson also made preparations for the after effects of this day of unrestraint.
THE CHILDREN OF WILTON CHASEMRS. L. T. MEADE
And then began a day of merriment, of unrestraint, such as the backwoods alone knows.
THE CROSSINGWINSTON CHURCHILL
This description discloses Teutonic freedom as different from Celtic political unrestraint.
THE MEDIAEVAL MIND (VOLUME I OF II)HENRY OSBORN TAYLOR
But so also do many of the subtler forms of unrestraint or intemperate action.
ETHICSJOHN DEWEY AND JAMES HAYDEN TUFTS
Bat looked at the man with all the unrestraint of the practiced negotiator.
ASHTON-KIRK, CRIMINOLOGISTJOHN T. MCINTYRE
The German mind was then at the height of its emotional unrestraint.
THE QUAKER COLONIESSYDNEY G. FISHER
To the natural beauty of falling water it brings the charm of lawless unrestraint.
THE HEART OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, THEIR LEGEND AND SCENERYSAMUEL ADAMS DRAKE
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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