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- adjective Not
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So, the vast majority of AGW supporters are unenquiring dupes.
Every thing that happens shows how credulous, and how unenquiring we are; and in all cases out of our particular sphere, how extremely apt most are to give excessive credit, where a moderate only is due.
The daughters of Black Hawk merchants had a confident, unenquiring belief that they were 'refined,' and that the country girls, who
That an unenquiring submission produces characters of great and varied beauty; that it has inspired the most splendid acts of endurance which have given a lustre to humanity, no one will venture to deny.
This unenquiring submission is often, however, both sinful and superstitious.
Corrects word to "unenquiring" in 10th paragraph of story published Oct. 24.
"On the basis of where we've gotten to now, the worst that James Murdoch can expect going into his own session would be that they continue to find it curious that the senior management of the organization seems to be unenquiring," Enders said in an interview.