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Those deeply versed in Marvel lore know Monica Rambeau is a big deal in this universe.
Though Heinicke’s game experience is minimal, he is well versed in Washington’s system and knows its play caller well.
But it was a young hawk, unversed in the way of the muskrat, which had seized him.
THE WATCHERS OF THE TRAILSCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
Unversed in law, he was more than a match for the incomparable legal learning of Coke and for his docile bench of judges.
SIR WALTER RALEGHWILLIAM STEBBING
The fathers of New England were not ignorant men, and unversed in the concerns of the world.
This was not gallantry on Newman's part—an art in which he was quite unversed.
THE AMERICANHENRY JAMES
Bashti had never seen ice, did not know it existed, and was unversed in the science of refrigeration.
The plain country lawyer, unversed in the art of war, was suddenly transformed into the great civil ruler and military chieftain.
The unversed person believes that in harmonics he will find quite definite rules which must not be transgressed.
What the use of these might be, he failed, he said, to see; and yet he was not unversed in these recondite matters himself.

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