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Bella had to leave her in this unsatisfactory condition, as there was no chance of taking her home to Miss Ankers' cottage.

No; I was aware that he had gone to Russia, but not that he had received an unsatisfactory discharge, whatever the word is.

Warren Commission (9 of 26): Hearings Vol. IX (of 15)The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

I consider the whole affair as most unsatisfactory, even regarding Mr. Wilson as a trader.

A Modern BuccaneerRolf Boldrewood

Though the condition of the navy was unsatisfactory, the sea-power of Great Britain was an important factor in European politics.

From a period long anterior to the commencement of the movement, the position of Europeans in China was most unsatisfactory.

Ti-Ping Tien-KwohAugustus F. Lindley

This is certainly a sufficiently vague and unsatisfactory theory of spontaneous generation.

Lamarck, the Founder of EvolutionAlpheus Spring Packard

The report further provided that the investor should be allowed a second choice if he found his land to be unsatisfactory.

Pioneering in CubaJames Meade Adams

For many years previous to the war, the relations between England and Afghanistan had been unsatisfactory.

Our SoldiersW.H.G. Kingston

In the first place the proposed code turned out to be unsatisfactory, and was not adopted by any single nation.

They were crude and unsatisfactory at first, but soon success was reached.

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