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  • Many of the girls and women Verin had spoken to over the years could not make themselves form the weaves, much less use them, and a fair number could not even make themselves remember how.

    The Path of Daggers

  • A point which is worth observing is that, as minister, no one ever made less use of what may he called the influence of society than Cavour.


  • They had, if possible, less use for Catholic Irish than for blacks.

    City of Glory

  • Little is known to these people of the assistance given by the abdominal muscles, a help which has been recognized even in ancient times and so judiciously advocated by Susruta, who limits the efforts of the patient to the expulsive pains and advises more or less use of the abdominal muscles according to the progress made by the head of the child.

    Labor Among Primitive Peoples

  • He had to admit, though, that his one pitiful spell was probably of less use than even the feeblest witchcraft.

    With a Single Spell

  • However, it occurred to Her Majesty that those with Mage-Gift would be of less use to the Crown in an emergency if it was impossible to lay plans knowing where they were, or if they were too far into the hinterlands to do any good.

    Elephant in the City


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