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not at all

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not so

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a negative response

a negative vote or voter

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a negative

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a radioactive transuranic element synthesized by bombarding curium with carbon ions

quantifier

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referring to the degree to which a certain quality is present

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After the punishment of Telphusa for her deceit in giving him no warning of the dragoness at Pytho, Apollo, in the form of a dolphin, brings certain Cretan shipmen to Delphi to be his priests; and the hymn ends with a charge to these men to behave orderly and righteously.
The Delian part is exclusively Ionian and insular both in style and sympathy; Delos and no other is Apollo's chosen seat: but the second part is as definitely continental; Delos is ignored and Delphi alone is the important centre of Apollo's worship.
It was a holiday, and Rose up in her room thought she heard the voices of her cousins, so she ran down to welcome them, but found no one there.
There was a Lydgate at John's who spent no end of money.
There's no knowing what he might have done for you as well as for Fred.
But while the armorer is thrusting in his devil's-dust, and dropping his ball, and lighting his flambeau, I can very easily loose six shafts, or eight maybe, so he hath no great vantage after all.
Nay, I am woodman enough to see that no deer hath passed this way this morning; and yet the blood is fresh.
Doubtless this spectral discomfort in the place was partly due to the very vitality and exuberance of its owner; he needed no stoves or lamps, he would say, but carried his own warmth with him.
There is no mystery," replied Gilder, as he looked under dreamy eyelids at the rooks.
We were Berkshire, or Gloucestershire, or Yorkshire boys; and you're young cosmopolites, belonging to all countries and no countries.
There is no sin for believers, their sin has been atoned for.
Wine is the only youth granted to middle age," I continued,--"in vino juventus, one might say; and may you, my dear young friend, long remain so proudly independent of that great Elixir--though I confess that I have met no few young men under thirty who have been excellent critics of the wine-list.
Men of character like to hear of their faults; the other class do not like to hear of faults; they worship events; secure to them a fact, a connection, a certain chain of circumstances, and they will ask no more.
There were no footmarks and no other evidence as to his identity.
The frequent change of coachmen works no change or variety in the coachman's character.