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  • Then you should require no other proof that her child is not a criminal. Cited from At the Mercy of Tiberius, by Augusta Evans Wilson
  • I require no other explication of its present acknowledged superiority over every other society of the same kind in Europe. Cited from Life of Adam Smith, by John Rae
  • When we rise into the mountain air, we require no other testimony than that of our lungs that we are in a healthful atmosphere. Cited from Paul Faber, Surgeon, by George MacDonald
  • While penguins are moulting they require no other food than that with which Nature has provided them in a store of oil from which they can draw. Cited from Three Years in Tristan da Cunha, by K. M. Barrow
  • They are easily nourished, and require no other respite from their labour, but the night's repose. Cited from Travels through France & Italy, by Tobias Smollett
  • When he is on the meridian they generally sit down, and rove onwards again as soon as he has sufficiently declined to the west; they require no other compass. Cited from Wanderings In South America, by Charles Waterton
  • In such a state every man would have a sufficiently well-balanced intellectual organization, to understand the moral law in all its details, and would require no other motive but the free impulses of his own nature to obey that law. Cited from The Malay Archipelago by Alfred Russell Wallace V2
  • Compare the present condition of those estates with the possessions of the small proprietors in their neighbourhood, and you will require no other argument to convince you how unfavourable such extensive property is to improvement. Cited from Wealth of Nations, by Adam Smith
  • It is propagated by seeds, which should be sown on the flower-borders in the spring, where the plants are to remain: they require no other care than to be thinned and weeded. Cited from The Botanical Magazine, Vol. I, by William Curtis
  • If the opinion which I have now stated is psychologically true -- if human nature is so constituted as to desire nothing which is not either a part of happiness or a means of happiness, we can have no other proof, and we require no other, that these are the only things desirable. Cited from Utilitarianism, by John Stuart Mill
  • I think I express the opinion of the audience -- fit, but few -- when I say that we require no other evidence than that afforded by the story I have told of Mrs. Lennox's susceptibility and capacity for affection. Cited from At Last, by Marion Harland
  • I divided six birds and issued one 25th of a pound of bread with half a pint of water to each person for dinner, and I gave half a glass of wine to Nelson, who was now so far recovered as to require no other indulgence. Cited from A Voyage to the South Sea, by William Bligh
  • The presence of some colour, or even of many brilliant colours, in animals and plants would require no other explanation than does that of the sky or the ocean, of the ruby or the emerald -- that is, it would require a purely physical explanation only. Cited from Darwinism (1889), by Alfred Russel Wallace
  • The seeds or nuts, which are round, of a brown colour, and about the size of a moderate bolus, are sown in the padi-fields and afterwards require no other cultivation than to clear away the shrubs from about the young plants. Cited from The History of Sumatra, by William Marsden
  • I, however, parried the attack, by replying indifferently, that if he should have the hardihood to encounter the same dangers, he would, if successful, require no other prompter than the joy of self-preservation to lend the same glow of satisfaction to his own features. Cited from Wacousta (Volume III), by John Richardson