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Her transgressions were the cool, deliberate, well-considered acts of selfishness and desire of power.
QUEEN ELIZABETHJACOB ABBOTT
So it stands written in her letters: it is undeniable: but was that really her last and well-considered word?
This satisfaction, elucidated and well-considered, we now desire to procure for our readers.
She sighted the balls deliberately, poised her mallet, took aim, and gave a well-considered stroke.
MY WIFE AND IHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
A joint commission drew up a well-considered plan, but in the face of a presidential election the Senate gave it short shrift.
THE CANADIAN DOMINIONOSCAR D. SKELTON
His well-considered theism, fruit of so much thought, nursed amid glooms of the dungeon, was called infidelity or atheism.
Mr. Hayes' election was a well-considered rebuke to the narrow systems of legislation prevalent in most of the New England States.
Barneveld, from well-considered motives of public policy, was favouring his honourable recall.
All these movements were parts of the well-considered plan of operations.
"Tom be right," remarked Clotworthy, with a knowing and well-considered wag of his heavy head.
BROTHERS OF PERILTHEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS

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