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But the lesson that this Susan needs is how to undisguise her attractive traits.
As this singular being lay there in the relaxation and undisguise to which the most diplomatic must submit at times, his countenance, so impassive in his wakeful hours, depicted singular lines of determination.
It is similar to the much praised Sandra Day O'Connor joining in the court's appointmen t of George Bush to the presidency - an act of undisguise d political action on the part of that court and then Justice O'Connor- which ultimately led to the Bush's appointmen t of Roberts to the court and the Citizen's United decision - a coffin nail in our democracy.
This gave Clarke a new opportunity of wondering how he, a poor carpenter, came into such company: which he directly expressed to me, with the simplicity and undisguise that are common to such characters.
She boldly replies, -- Yes, she is sure; and therefore she speaks and behaves with all that undisguise and sincerity which are so uncommon in the world, and which some would deem so blameable.