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  • Very rarely indeed do we come across any statement that is free from this narrow restrictedness of view, and that shows us how the Christian is to go through life as master of this world and superior to it.

    The Beginnings of Christianity. Vol. II. 1872-1939 1904

  • "Anglo-Japanese" (or, informally, "Japlish") is an intriguing case because of the economic prominence of Japan, the relative one-sidedness at present of the flow of words, and the restrictedness of Japanese,

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XIX No 3 1993

  • "I am," Vane confessed, and then proceeded to explain with rather unnecessary ingenuousness: "I'm still more vexed with the state of things that it's typical of -- I suppose I mean the restrictedness of this civilized life.

    Vane of the Timberlands Harold Bindloss 1905


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