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Research your peddler so you see unquestioned and unimperilled nearby every bargain.
Sawing logs 2006
That man's spirit, that man's offspring cannot rest; as long as any single representative of the blood and name of Barca survives our treaty with Rome will never remain unimperilled.
I did, however, think, when Miss Griggs mounted guard over Carlotta, and Antoinette and her cat were busied with luncheon cook-pans, that my solitude was unimperilled.
The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne : a Novel William John Locke 1896
It was no easy matter for the Sultan to requite himself for the sack of Tripolitza upon Kolokotrones and his victorious soldiers; but there was a peaceful and inoffensive population elsewhere, which offered all the conditions for free, unstinted, and unimperilled vengeance which the Turk desires.
A History of Modern Europe, 1792-1878 Charles Alan Fyffe 1868
-- the desire that Eve's reputation, which he himself had so nearly imperilled, should remain unimperilled.
The Masquerader Katherine Cecil Thurston 1893