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The literary matter that appeared under this title most readers accepted as veracious though anonymous autobiography.
On hearing this incredible and yet veracious story Tartarin of Tarascon was delighted, and sniffed the air noisily.
TARTARIN OF TARASCONALPHONSE DAUDET
How he came to his end is quite uncertain, but some veracious chroniclers declare that he simply dried up and blew away.
However, the veracious little book of temperance anecdotes vouches for it, and no more can be said.
All this veracious history I got by word of mouth from a Kayan of the Tinjar valley.
FOLK-LORE IN BORNEOWILLIAM HENRY FURNESS
Plants grew up there in the form of a cross, say the veracious narrators.
This was shown in an episode that the writer is in duty bound, as a veracious chronicler, to set down.
LAST OF THE GREAT SCOUTSHELEN CODY WETMORE
The great obstacle to veracious observation is the element of prepossession in all vision.
It is to be observed, that on coming to this passage, the author of this veracious history breaks out into exclamations.
They were widely copied in the Republican press of the country, and were a veracious expression of public sentiment.

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