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  • Persecution is not an original feature in any religion; but it is always the strongly-marked feature of all law-religions, or religions established by law.

    What Jefferson would say about Huckabee

  • This defect was purely superficial, and in contrast with the decisiveness of a firmly-set mouth, and the strongly-marked character of his physiognomy.

    The Commission in Lunacy

  • I found her with a well-formed figure; a strongly-marked, nervous-sanguine temperament; a large and beautifully-shaped head; and the whole system in healthy action.

    American Notes for General Circulation

  • Again, to us there is a strongly-marked distinction between a first cause and a final cause.


  • This strongly-marked contemptuous treatment of a stranger, who was travelling through their country merely from the respect he bore it, I experienced nowhere but at Burton.

    Travels in England in 1782

  • Their strongly-marked features are very unfeminine, and hard work, privations, and very early marriages soon destroy whatever of beauty or grace they may for a short time possess.

    The Malay Archipelago

  • The island of St. Jago, at the Cape de Verds, offers another strongly-marked instance of a country, which any one would have expected to find most healthy, being very much the contrary.

    Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle

  • The deathlike stillness of the plain, the dogs keeping watch, the gipsy-group of Gauchos making their beds round the fire, have left in my mind a strongly-marked picture of this first night, which will never be forgotten.

    Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle

  • It gave me pleasure to watch his strongly-marked, bearded face, and the veins and muscles as they stood out upon his great powerful hands whenever he made an extra effort.


  • Jane looked up at the strongly-marked face, thinking how much it looked like one of the fierce statues they had passed on their way through the museum.



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