1 The man would be an opinionated politician, heavily jocular about The Bride.
2 Not long after this, Jurgis, wearying of the risks and vicissitudes of miscellaneous crime, was moved to give up the career for that of a politician.
3 The orator, or the politician, who can produce such a state of things, is commonly popular with his contemporaries, however he may be treated by posterity.
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4 The inconsistency and recklessness of Traddles were not to be exceeded by any real politician.
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5 Sergey Ivanovitch was a Moscow man, and a philosopher; Alexey Alexandrovitch a Petersburger, and a practical politician.
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6 the politician, but the reality of it hurtful and.
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7 Moreover, the path of the practical politician pointed the same way; for, argued this opportunist, if we cannot peacefully reconstruct the South with white votes, we certainly can with black votes.
The Souls of Black Folk By W. E. B. Du BoisGet Context In II
8 Why, good Sir Maurice," rejoined the wily politician, "start not aside like a scared steed, without, at least, considering the object of your terror.
9 The politician looked at him keenly.
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10 His Eminence is the most illustrious politician of times past, of times present, and probably of times to come.
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11 They were like politicians cynically dividing appointments.
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12 Everywhere in the country tonight the old party politicians are studying this vote, and setting their sails by it; and nowhere will they be quicker or more cunning than here in our own city.
13 The officers labored like politicians to beat the mass into a proper circle to face the menaces.
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14 The trader, who, considering his advantages, was almost as humane as some of our politicians, seemed to feel called on to administer such consolation as the case admitted of.
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15 No, I don't go by politicians.
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