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    1. “Honestly Aldous, that horrid man is SO AGGRAVATING! I HAVE to marry him!” Sam allowed himself an uncertain smile at the shrieks of laughter from Kira and Aldous as they cheerfully returned to work

    2. We need to be uncertain of the future

    3. He hesitates for a moment as though uncertain whether he should go on with whatever it is he is planning on saying

    4. ‘We left her car at the house – she was in no fit state to drive, but all the same she had some loopy idea that I was going to allow her to … honestly! I put paid to that, Mum, in no uncertain terms

    5. told him in no uncertain terms to stop being an arse

    6. Kara turned to see the young - twenty-something? - woman standing there, her pleasant face flushed as if the owner was uncertain about approaching strangers

    7. She’d stayed seated until it stopped, uncertain and unfamiliar with the motion … yes, the bus had stopped and she’d risen, turned to pick up her bag … walked quickly down the gangway to the door … there’d been footsteps behind her … heavy ones – the men

    8. She looked down on him, frowned and told him in no uncertain terms to stop being an arse

    9. some were told in no uncertain terms

    10. "But now you have a shipload of natives that know about us in no uncertain terms," Glenelle said

    11. He looks at me, uncertain of what he should do

    12. “This is the work of Matai, there is more?” asked Naria uncertain

    13. She turned him down in no uncertain terms, and I don’t blame her to be honest

    14. 'Well, … I … er … feel that she was essentially shy and uncertain; a big girl of older parents and consequently insecure

    15. She was uncertain of his promise and flipped the lights on to watch him better

    16. Yesterday she spent an hour being told in no uncertain terms that unless she reined-in her extra-curricular activities she would fail

    17. Chrissie looked across the table at Chas uncertain what his intention might be

    18. She concentrated on shutting out the sounds she could hear from further down the corridor which suggested that Mickey was with Sheila as, tentatively, she crept along to the bedroom, uncertain what she would find

    19. The Sportsman glanced in the indicated location and looked back at George with an uncertain grin

    20. Suddenly the path became an uncertain, narrow causeway edged by threatening tussocks of grass, the sludgy pools between them sucking mouths edged with rotting ferny teeth, just waiting for her to fall into them, to be lost for eternity in their peaty brown depths

    21. ‘Could I?’ she asked, uncertain how practicalities like this operate in this universe where everything she needs just appears

    22. He confessed that he was still uncertain of some of the information contained in no few of the texts, as he had not completely memorized those sections, yet

    23. Harry backed away, uncertain of what was about to happen and dumb-struck with awe

    24. over the uncertain road surfaces

    25. ” She explained, “I am, I suppose, to be one of the early 'guinea pigs,' although to be honest, I'm more or less uncertain about the endeavor, as I have so little experience with the works of the bard

    26. “Into which house will you be installed, Roger?” She turned and asked of the timid lad, who was merely looking about the room with an uncertain gaze

    27. help, soft uncertain dog voices that begged to be taken home, taken anywhere,

    28. uncertain applause of a few that thought they were seeing another act of

    29. Uncertain ghostly calm before the storm

    30. What happened to the demolition crew is uncertain

    31. The smell of that buttered toast simply talked to Toad, and with no uncertain voice; talked of warm kitchens, of breakfasts on bright frosty mornings, of cozy firesides on winter evenings, when one's ramble was over and slippered feet were propped on the stool; of the purring of contented cats, and the twitter of sleepy canaries

    32. These are, in general, less uncertain in the inland

    33. We cannot succeed alone and are therefore at their mercy," Brice said, though he seemed uncertain and had not smiled once the entire day

    34. We see frequently societies of merchants in London, and other trading towns, purchase waste lands in our sugar colonies, which they expect to improve and cultivate with profit, by means of factors and agents, notwithstanding the great distance and the uncertain returns, from the defective administration of justice in those countries

    35. told in no uncertain terms to wait outside and not to

    36. The shorter Death Guard paused, fingering the blade in its hand as it studied Tetloan's actions, perhaps uncertain his infection had been removed along with his arm

    37. He looked at her, his yellow eyes uncertain, then, seeing the black storm rise up behind her he zipped away

    38. It may therefore be uncertain, whether, to the general market of Europe, the whole mass of American gold comes at a price nearer to the lowest for which it is possible to bring it thither, than the whole mass of American silver

    39. The rise, indeed, supposing there has been any, has hitherto been so very small, that after all that has been said, it may, perhaps, appear to many people uncertain, not only whether this event has actually taken place, but whether the contrary may not have taken place, or whether the value of silver may not still continue to fall in the European market

    40. The third, those in which the efficacy of industry is either limited or uncertain

    41. The old woman looked uncertain, then shrugged

    42. important but uncertain trial

    43. As the efficacy of human industry, in increasing the quantity either of wool or of raw hides, is limited, so far as it depends upon the produce of the country where it is exerted ; so it is uncertain so far as it depends upon the produce of other countries

    44. These circumstances, as they are altogether independent of domestic industry, so they necessarily render the efficacy of its efforts more or less uncertain

    45. In multiplying this sort of rude produce, therefore, the efficacy of human industry is not only limited, but uncertain

    46. In multiplying another very important sort of rude produce, the quantity of fish that is brought to market, it is likewise both limited and uncertain

    47. Though the success of a particular day's fishing maybe a very uncertain matter, yet the local situation of the country being supposed, the general efficacy of industry in bringing a certain quantity of fish to market, taking the course of a year, or of several years together, it may, perhaps, be thought is certain enough; and it, no doubt, is so

    48. As it depends more, however, upon the local situation of the country, than upon the state of its wealth and industry ; as upon this account it may in different countries be the same in very different periods of improvement, and very different in the same period; its connection with the state of improvement is uncertain; and it is of this sort of uncertainty that I am here speaking

    49. Quality, however, is so very disputable a matter, that I look upon all information of this kind as somewhat uncertain

    50. The man who employs his capital in land, has it more under his view and command ; and his fortune is much less liable to accidents than that of the trader, who is obliged frequently to commit it, not only to the winds and the waves, but to the more uncertain elements of human folly and injustice, by giving great credits, in distant countries, to men with whose character and situation he can seldom be thoroughly acquainted

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