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  • We better be open about that and clearminded that one of the ingredients that produced those monsters was that perfect 'naivete' about 'eveyone can be a King' or 'everyone can run for office', or 'do not worry, be happy'.

    Republicans�� Biggest Lies

  • I agree that to clearminded people using a framework as a feature shouldn't even be an issue, but let's face it, there are certain people who will be intrigued to use an application simply because they wish to see how Ajax or RoR is being used.

    How Do We Judge Our Tools? - Anil Dash

  • He is clearminded, but he does not try to be brilliant.

    The White Rose Leaflets

  • He will be perhaps a radiating center of altruism, devoted to his friends, a level-headed protector of the working classes, a patron of the arts in his own clearminded, unlettered way.

    Ridgway of Montana (Story of To-Day, in Which the Hero Is Also the Villain)

  • Near the end he suddenly became clearminded and lucid, albeit very weak, and his voice was little, but clear.

    Tono Bungay

  • This man, taciturn, clearminded, laborious, inoffensive, zealous for no government and useful to every government, had gradually become an almost indispensable part of the machinery of the state.

    The History of England, from the Accession of James II — Volume 3


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