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  • Which meant that Lawford could now look for a government post, something unburdensome but with a welcome salary.

    Sharpe's Regiment

  • Lord North was then on the outlook for fresh and comparatively unburdensome means of increasing the revenue, and obtained valuable assistance from the Wealth of Nations.

    Life of Adam Smith

  • Then she made inquiry, and found that our innocent little rascals had established a Fly Trust, and had hired all the children in the neighborhood to collect flies on a cheap and unburdensome commission.

    Chapters from My Autobiography

  • If this proves a financial success, as seems quite certain, they propose to establish a banking-house in Greenville, and lend money at an unburdensome rate of interest -- 6 per cent. is spoken of.

    Life on the Mississippi

  • If this proves a financial success, as seems quite certain, they propose to establish a banking-house in Greenville, and lend money at an unburdensome rate of interest -- 6 per cent. is spoken of.

    Life on the Mississippi, Part 7.

  • If this proves a financial success, as seems quite certain, they propose to establish a banking-house in Greenville, and lend money at an unburdensome rate of interest -- 6 per cent. is spoken of.

    Life on the Mississippi

  • At all events, considered relatively to the encouragement of learning and genius, the establishment presents a patronage at once so effective and unburdensome, that it would be impossible to afford the like or equal in any but a Christian and Protestant country.

    Biographia Literaria

  • (He also took a few whacks at the EPA in the interview, fed up with their "unburdensome regulations.")

    Swing State Project

  • Hightower knows how to present police procedure in unburdensome detail, and she is flawless at rendering the banter of working cops. "—

    The Debt Collector

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