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Home to their beloved land for which they fought and for which they unstintingly offered their lives to defend.
Such was the community to the service of which he contributed unstintingly of his material substance, his energy and his talent.
Serious men enamored of voluntary seclusion carved it unstintingly and set its columns quaintly in triangular order.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
Racine had produced a play from Euripides, the “Phdra,” on which he had unstintingly bestowed his best genius and his best art.
FRENCH CLASSICSWILLIAM CLEAVER WILKINSON
That influence he had unstintingly exerted on behalf of the Pretender, to whom he was profoundly devoted.
He waded into the current to his middle, stooped to the racing surface, and drank unstintingly.
BROTHERS OF PERILTHEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS
And his sojourn cost him a good many dollars, dollars which he shed unstintingly, even without counting.
Only very small souls could grudge him what he's earned when he's worked so hard and given himself so unstintingly.
THE WILD OLIVEBASIL KING
Racine had produced a play from Euripides, the "Phædra," on which he had unstintingly bestowed his best genius and his best art.
CLASSIC FRENCH COURSE IN ENGLISHWILLIAM CLEAVER WILKINSON
Jupiter Pluvius ladled it out to us unstintingly in Imperial buckets full.

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