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not traveled over or through

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I believe, if some of you were thrown into Nebuchadnezzar's hottest furnace you would issue forth untraversed by the smell of fire" (Villette, 274).
I have here examined the hitherto untraversed territory of the relationship between Karl Rahner and Friedrich Schelling.
To this day, this area is rendered sacred and untraversed land due to its mythical and mystic nature.
It was optional in the case of all other students, and as the 'Gown' classes embraced only Latin, Greek, Logic, Ethics and Physics, it will be seen that a large field-- Mathematics, Medicine, Law, and Theology was left untraversed. In view of this, the fact that Mr.
This statute draws on criminal statutes creating an offence of financial exploitation, abuse or neglect of an elderly person or disabled person and takes the further step untraversed by common law legislatures to prevent any person convicted of such offence from inheriting by reason of the death of the elderly person.
Within that familiar landscape the originality of King's project lies in the untraversed territory that he chooses to cover.
She has left untraversed the more universal, and finally more democratic story of being on foot, a terra incognita.
Our initial interviews with twenty-seven progressive, white, straight-identified, academic men in their late forties to early fifties, included only four men identified with men's studies or with critical work on masculinities.(6) Many of the men identified with masculinity studies were younger than our target population, and those who were not seemed so far removed from more "malestream" cultural criticism in 1991 that we considered them a special group - the men of men's studies, the lonely pioneers of a relatively untraversed frontier.