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  • Reason: (Slanderous) Reflagged: Ordinarily, we hide or delete comments that are directly or veiledly bigoted.

    Framing the Election

  • According to the re-writer: "In my opinion Donne translates into Finnish clumsily and poorly—all the subtlety is gone, and whereas the original is coy and veiledly risqué, the end result in Finnish is jarringly vulgar."

    Archive 2003-02-01

  • He had had the sense not to join the organization; and his attitude of the slightly supercilious, veiledly contemptuous Britisher, scorning all things about him, was sufficient guarantee of his neutrality.

    The Gray Dawn

  • It conveys dimly and veiledly that Abraham was buried, and yet that was not all that happened to him.

    Expositions of Holy Scripture

  • Dimly, vaguely, veiledly, but unmistakably, as it seems to me, is here expressed at least a premonition and feeling after the thought of an immortal self in Abraham that was not there in what 'his sons

    Expositions of Holy Scripture

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