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  • But, after all fair allowance has been made, we shall find that the great cause of difference is in the men themselves. Cited from How to Get on in the World, by Major A.R. Calhoon
  • But even when all due allowance has been made for this, the difficulty is not completely solved. Cited from An Outline of the Relations ... England & Scotland, 500-1707, by Rait
  • And when this allowance has been made the table is useful with the others, and lights one side of the question before us. Cited from Missionary Survey, by Roland Allen and Thomas Cochrane
  • When allowance has been made for this, he remains one of the most admirable characters and writers in English literature. Cited from Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, by John W. Cousin
  • When allowance has been made for average specific gravity, its average total thickness should approximate to six hundred feet. Cited from The Home of the Blizzard, by Sir Douglas Mawson
  • When proper allowance has been made for geographical exigencies, another more purely moral and social consideration offers itself. Cited from Consid. of a Representative Govt, John S Mill
  • Yet, after this allowance has been made, there still remains a considerable claim for privacy in Utopia. Cited from A Modern Utopia, by H. G. Wells
  • In point of fact, the widow has already been pensioned, and no such pension allowance has been made for the minor children. Cited from Messages and Papers of Grover Cleveland, Ed. by James D. Richardson
  • For generations they have received a pension from the government; to every man-child an allowance has been made; and now they find themselves with nothing. Cited from My Lady of the Chinese Courtyard, by Elizabeth Cooper
  • After every allowance has been made, no feeling other than indignation is possible at the tone which he thought fit to adopt towards Shelley. Cited from English literary criticism, Various, C.E. Vaughan
  • No allowance has been made in this calculation for the diminution in quantity. Cited from Causes of the Decline and Fall of Nations, by William Playfair
  • After full allowance has been made for the power and influence of intervening agencies, it is in Him we really live, and move, and have our being. Cited from Our Master, by Bramwell Booth
  • In this estimate allowance has been made for interest, taxes and depreciation. Cited from Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916, ed. by A. W. Latham
  • In computing the figures in these columns an allowance has been made for uncontested constituencies on the following basis. Cited from Proportional Representation, by John H. Humphreys
  • Every allowance has been made for evaporation from the lake and pools, and the supply is regarded as inexhaustible. Cited from Scientific American, Vol. 22, No. 1, by Various
  • When allowance has been made for German brag, these statements throw some light upon the standard of British flying at a comparatively early date in the war. Cited from The Mastery of the Air, by William J. Claxton
  • For human nature, when every possible allowance has been made for geographical conditions, undergoes surprisingly little change as we pass from one degree of latitude or longitude to another. Cited from Adventures in Criticism, by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • No allowance has been made for effect of perspective, for the foreshortening to the eye at distances; there is no poetry in these three cathedrals. Cited from In Troubadour-Land, by S. Baring-Gould
  • They furnished their own uniforms and paid all their own expenses, and for a long time served without any compensation, but I have heard that a small allowance has been made them recently. Cited from The Emma Gees, by Herbert Wes McBride
  • But after due allowance has been made for a few minor restrictions of this kind, the fact remains that smoking has triumphed socially all along the line in Clubland. Cited from The Social History of Smoking, by G. L. Apperson
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