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  • She also wrote about the history of unrecorded areas of Scotland.
  • Probably our whole historic period would form but a fraction of this cycle of unrecorded time. Cited from Time and Change, by John Burroughs
  • She went back to the theater but quit again after three months, and settled into a life of unrecorded obscurity.
  • The experience which belongs to himself alone has its solitary hour of unrecorded communion. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture: St. Mark, Maclaren
  • Dreams of unrecorded Past, how alone they can be corroborated. Cited from The Book of Dreams and Ghosts, by Andrew Lang
  • Wings produced six colts, one filly and one foal of unrecorded sex in England.
  • Digital image taken from a contemporary print publication of unrecorded origin in collection of Tim Davenport.
  • He died at the age of only 32 or 33 of unrecorded causes.
  • This trade consisted mostly of unrecorded movements into Senegal, Mali, and countries farther south.
  • The exact land area devoted to rubber could reach over, as there are hundreds of unrecorded small rubber growers and farmers.
  • John said he was working on a solo album which would contain a collection of unrecorded compositions he had wrote over the past 50 years and was developing a book containing his poetry.
  • The same is true respecting most types of unrecorded liens or encumbrances.
  • Unrecorded wire transfers were found to be the dominant method of unrecorded transfers out of the country.
  • In recent years, the museum has expanded its collection of colonial sculpture of the 17th and 18th centuries, most of which are of unrecorded authorship.
  • There are new rumors of a second album to be released sometime in 2013 based on a back catalog of unrecorded songs written during the bands tenure.
  • Perry took a collection of unrecorded material with him, which would later become the basis of his album Let the Music Do the Talking, released in 1980.
  • This would also eliminate participation of owners of unrecorded title, such as adverse possession or those who have simply failed to record a deed or settle an estate involving the adjacent property.
  • Tradition again takes the place of unrecorded history, and tells that the sweet waters were turned to salt, in punishment of the wife of one of the dwellers in the city, who proved faithless. Cited from The Round-Up, by John Murray and Mills Miller
  • For example, purchasers of the land from the record title holder who pay valuable consideration and have no knowledge of unrecorded mortgages will be protected against those mortgages by the courts.
  • From quite another viewpoint we may think of civilization as a technologically advanced way of life developed by various peoples through ages of unrecorded experiment and experience, and followed by millions during the period of written history. Cited from Civilization and Beyond, by Scott Nearing
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