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  • + Natos ad flumina primum deferimus saevoque gelu dura mus et undis.

    Letter to a Friend

  • Understanding the hold that belief lays upon the undis-cerning is the first step.

    Alector's Choice

  • Colour stormed into her face and she grabbed clum sily for her towel, holding it in front of her defensively, just as if there was an inch of her that he'd left undis covered.

    The Tycoon's Mistress

  • Medan had no use for the men being taken into the Knighthood these days, considering them to be an undis - ciplined and surly lot of thieves, killers, and thugs.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • It didn't settle Jahet's concerns to see the look of undis-guised admiration in her highlord's eyes as they both watched Khisanth's dark form in flight against the backdrop of deep green pines.

    The Black Wing

  • "Thou comest undis - guised, my handsome?" she inquired, proffering her hand.

    Blue Adept

  • "Whatever it is, shaman," Talltree concluded, "it seems we have nothing to lose by leaving it undis - turbed and everything to gain by returning Home quietly the way we came."

    Midworld

  • Their view of the history of the world was that while conditions on the earth's surface in modern times, that is, since the appearance of man on earth, had been relatively orderly and calm, undis - turbed by any great changes which might destroy a significant portion of life on earth, this stable and reliable condition of the earth's surface was of rela - tively recent appearance.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • B.C. and derived from an even older oral tradition, recall an original state — the Age of Cronus — when all shared equally in the common lot, private property was unknown, and peace and harmony reigned undis - turbed.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • 'Sulmo mihi patria est, gelidis uberrimus undis, milia qui novies distat ab urbe decem.

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

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