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“Upon this occasion a well-authenticated anecdote is told of him, which gives us a deep insight into the character of the man, and the feelings which induced him to abandon the altar for the sword.”
“He died in 899, and no other well-authenticated king of that whole first millennium is so revered or honoured, or even remembered.”
“Do you want good, well-authenticated barbarities — good and well-attested massacres, rivers of blood which have actually flowed — fathers, mothers, husbands, wives, infants at the breast, who have in reality had their throats cut, and been heaped on one another?”
“The cook too had terrified her by the most well-authenticated stories of the disappearance of this and that young man of the neighbourhood.”
“That the fear of man often remains excessively strong in the carnivora is proved from well-authenticated cases in which the lioness, in the vicinity of towns where the large game had been unexpectedly driven away by fire-arms, has been known to assuage the paroxysms of hunger by devouring her own young.”
“I believe that these clam mRNAs were the first really well-authenticated case of specific translational control.”
“Up to this moment I have stated, so far as I know, nothing but well-authenticated facts, and the immediate conclusions which they force upon the mind.”
“There was a vague, though well-authenticated rumour among us that Shatov's wife had at one time had a liaison with Nikolay Stavrogin, in Paris, and just about two years ago, that is when Shatov was in America.”
“To all which I could only say that the thing had been actually known to happen, and that there were several well-authenticated instances of people having died and come to life again — instances which no man in his senses could doubt.”
“Philip responded by summoning the first well-authenticated (April 10, 1302) Estates General of the clergy, nobility, and representatives of the towns, to win national support for his struggle with the pope.”
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