They embraced the noble legs that were going to run the unexampled
While some openly testified their satisfaction at so unexampled
dexterity, by far the larger portion of the tribe were inclined to believe the success of the shot was the result of accident.
Then follows your unheard-of simplicity of heart; then comes your absolute want of sense of proportion (to this want you have several times confessed); and lastly, a mass, an accumulation, of intellectual convictions which you, in your unexampled
honesty of soul, accept unquestionably as also innate and natural and true.
The sea might give her death or some unexampled
joy, and none would know of it.
In our own country, where it has not, until within these later days, been a very popular fashion with governments to display any extraordinary regard for the great mass of the people or to recognise their existence as improvable creatures, private charities, unexampled
in the history of the earth, have arisen, to do an incalculable amount of good among the destitute and afflicted.
These united restoratives, administered with great energy: especially that department consigned to Master Bates, who appeared to consider his share in the proceedings, a piece of unexampled
pleasantry: were not long in producing the desired effect.
Man's development in every aspect of life is unexampled
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A contemporary account said: "The first incident described in the official records unquestionably ranks as one of the most valorous deeds, even in this war of unexampled
In stark contrast to the hybridity that has been so beneficial to Europe, the Zionists believe they "are due to achieve much greater things and to reach an unexampled
prosperity so soon as they shall have a chance to follow their own devices untroubled within the shelter of their own frontiers" (34).
Blockade of Boston," he wrote, "is received here with a Spirit of Martyrdom," to which he added:
So too steel and iron and concrete are responsible for unexampled
architectural wonders, and modern casting in metal and electro-glazing improve vastly upon time-honored techniques that are now backward.
Crony capitalism and unexampled
greed are crowding out responsible business.
Her son, Charles, later remarked in his diary, "This is a thing unexampled
in our history thus far" (Thomas, 2016).
T]o hold otherwise would be to give the unexampled
opportunity to unscrupulous persons to shelter their property before engaging in speculative business enterprises, to mislead creditors into thinking that the settlor still owned the property since he appeared to be receiving its income, and thereby to work a gross fraud on creditors who might place reliance on the former prosperity and financial solidity of the debtor.