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  • Only by obtaining a majority of the votes on a referendum can such a Treaty be said to have obtained the consent of the British people and even then 51% would hardly indicate the sort of whole-heartedness that would provide genuine legitimacy for it.

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  • In this isolation he had unparalleled opportunities of appreciating what few sons can apprehend, the whole-heartedness of

    To Let

  • John Rupert, vaguely disappointed with what he rightly judged, I saw, to be a last-minute withdrawal of whole-heartedness, kept his own promise and beckoned up a car and driver to return me to Wood Lane.

    Second Wind

  • As it is '- he shrugged -' the Americans hurl themselves from war to war without any whole-heartedness. '

    The Ninja

  • It is unfortunate that a version so excellent in other respects should include this wide departure from the fervor and whole-heartedness of

    Paul Gerhardt as a Hymn Writer and his Influence on English Hymnody

  • Meanwhile, amidst the color and music of the great drill-hall where the suffragists held their yearly FĂȘte, Mary, dispensing tea and cakes in a flower-garlanded tent, enjoyed herself with simple whole-heartedness.

    The Nest Builder

  • I had a bit of experience during the Civil War which gave me something of that whole-heartedness necessary to the service of my kind.

    Wit, Humor, Reason, Rhetoric, Prose, Poetry and Story Woven into Eight Popular Lectures

  • The sincerity and whole-heartedness of the convictions here expressed are in no wise vitiated by the fact that the letter was not written until the seven Governors were assured what the answer to it would be.

    Theodore Roosevelt and His Times

  • Mr. and Mr.. Dean met Mr. Raymond's request in behalf of his daughter with the whole-heartedness that so characterized them.

    Marjorie Dean High School Sophomore

  • This does not mean that he was sinless, that he had reached moral perfection, but that he had completely, with whole-heartedness, given himself over to the will of God, to be and to do what He ordained.

    Men of the Bible; Some Lesser-Known Characters


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