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1. We both had ulterior motives.
2. Yes, I had ulterior motives as well.
3. There is an ulterior motive than that.
4. Their ulterior motive was to establish a U.
5. I do have an ulterior motive, she said.
6. There was always an ulterior motive with Adam.
7. I think the ulterior motive is that trash sells.

8. Ulterior motives and hidden agendas always come.
9. Chevalier had ulterior motives for calling a day off.
10. She too recognized an ulterior motive when she saw one.
11. The parents would definitely suspect him of ulterior motives.
12. They had to have an ulterior motive—but what could it be?
13. Perhaps there is an ulterior motive, he said with small grin.
14. Her expression indicated that she was aware of his ulterior motives.
15. There aren’t even enough witnesses to accomplish her ulterior goal.
16. This is not flattery provided there is no ulterior motive or personal gain.
17. I suspect that the firbolg has an ulterior motive for his presence here.
18. Everyone has an ulterior motive, which is to have people think a certain way.
19. Also, most of our current acts of kindness seem to come with ulterior motives.
20. Is there an ulterior reason for this trip, or are we merely acting the part of.
21. There could be ulterior motives as is so often the case in situations like this.
22. Secondly, my conscience is perfectly easy; I make the offer with no ulterior motive.
23. It was a long time since anyone had invited her anywhere without an ulterior motive.
24. Surprised when t hey moved to the side, he could not detect any ulterior motive other than.
25. The boys had no real ulterior motive other than that Louie thought Sister Gen had nice hooters.
26. Of course, all brokers are not like this, but you should be on the lookout for ulterior motives.
27. He usually had an ulterior motive when he did, and that was a pity, the Captain General thought.
28. Dale wasn’t the sharpest tack in the box, but he was good at figuring out people’s ulterior motives.
29. She had steadily been working on the young man’s face all along with no ulterior motive behind her actions.
30. She had claimed that he needed his rest, but he suspected that she had ulterior motives for leaving him behind.
31. It was unlikely that anyone would be trying to make a new friend at a time like this without an ulterior motive.
32. The attention given to this suggested that there were ulterior motives to the grave concern exhibited over this issue.
33. The ulterior measures, however, promised by the committee satisfied his mind, and he should give the report his warm support.
34. She had never encountered any civilized man who treated her with kindness unless there was an ulterior motive behind his actions.
35. As for Ingrid Weiss, she was Agar, the Egyptian slave girl who had a son from Abraham, and was a Moroccan Jew in an ulterior life.
36. Gentleman that he is, he gets out to hold my door open for me, but he has ulterior motives - I get out of the car straight into his arms.
37. But it wouldn't occasion me the least surprise to learn that a pinch of tobacco or some narcotic was put in your drink for some ulterior object.
38. He also saw the report before it was made to this House, and must have heard the exposition of our ulterior measures, as explained by our Chairman.
39. Spelman was to leave for the appointments arranged on the continent as a matter of business, and the ulterior purpose of the Spelman's trip abroad.
40. A further example of the ulterior motive for religious tolerance is seen in regard to the Jesuits, whose order was abolished by papal brief in 1773.
41. On the way back from the palace Helez couldn’t stop thinking about what Zarko had said about the king’s ulterior motive to get her into his harem.
42. Mental illness could never stop the power of a person's will to be good and could never get in the way of a person's ulterior sickness for ill intent.
43. Seeing Cristian’s questioning stare, the director said, He showed up here asking you and Robert questions, but he apparently had an ulterior motive.
44. My father may have had ulterior motives for bringing us all on board with the hotel launch, but he wouldn’t have risked his resort’s best interest.
45. The door! It is open? Ha! They are out, tumultuously, off for a minute's race, all bravely legging it, Burke's of Denzille and Holles their ulterior goal.
46. If I donate a lot of money to a charity with the hope that the newspaper will print my photo and help me win an election, then I have a selfish ulterior motive.
47. The Spanish authority was subverted, and a situation produced exposing the country to ulterior events which might essentially affect the rights and welfare of the Union.
48. Having grown up in hardship and sufferings, the Chinese house Church has constantly been accused of being a cult by people who are unaware of the truth and who have ulterior motives.
49. Ivanovna exalted anyone’s connections and fortune, it was without any ulterior motive, quite disinterestedly, for the mere pleasure of adding to the consequence of the person praised.
50. How could he be of help when I am suspecting him? On the other hand, what was with David that he looked too meek and I could not resist him? Could he really be hiding his ulterior motive?
51. It was essentially just that; quietly, unobtrusively, with a regard for the independence of the men who sought its shelter ashore, and with no ulterior aims behind that effective friendliness.
52. Nelson protested against the doctrine that in the vote he was about to give he should pledge himself to the support of whatever ulterior measures the Committee of Foreign Relations might choose to adopt.
53. Well did Robert take any notice to what I said? No, his wife Gill thought the same but she had an ulterior motive I felt, as she wanted her husband to buy them one of those modern food processors instead.
54. She wouldn’t find out until their first official date that he’d played football, but it didn’t surprise her; the athlete’s thoughtless grace, that ease in his own body, made her feel nothing was ulterior.
55. It must be noted that when Katerina Ivanovna exalted anyone's connections and fortune, it was without any ulterior motive, quite disinterestedly, for the mere pleasure of adding to the consequence of the person praised.
56. Others were as public as possible, and the reader can judge of their boldness from these fragments of an interrogatory undergone in one of the ulterior prosecutions: "Where was this meeting held?" "In the Rue de la Paix.
57. I'm thinking the Captain of this ship, Reia postulated, if it is in fact the same goof who tried to keep the Boss from her freedom, he may have an ulterior agenda regarding his little fleet's ultimate objectives.
58. This, be it said, is of course from the restricted point of view of the terrestrial life which is apparent, and without prejudging the profound question of the anterior or ulterior personality of the beings which are not man.
59. Perhaps Elizabeth had been wrong, though that was highly unlikely unless she had some ulterior motive for such deceit, or his own conclusions were misguided and did not accurately interpret that which had been explained to him.
60. There was surely an ulterior motive for his source to ring him at one in the morning, but he wasn’t about to question that as he read his completed work and toyed with the idea of selling the story to ONENEWS, or a competitor.
61. He would ask, if seven millions of Americans were to be protected in their lives and liberties by ten thousand vagabonds who were fit food for gunpowder? It would be necessary to know the ulterior views of the committee on this point.
62. Are you saying the rise in pet ownership is causally correlated with the breakdown of inter-social empathy? Ralf accidentally revealed more of an education, and therefore perhaps an ulterior motive, than his occupation had recommended.
63. The committee themselves felt that such explanations were due, inasmuch as they had only reported in part, and had intimated their intention to follow up these resolutions, should they be adopted, by the recommendation of ulterior measures.
64. The little princess, like an old war horse that hears the trumpet, unconsciously and quite forgetting her condition, prepared for the familiar gallop of coquetry, without any ulterior motive or any struggle, but with naive and lighthearted gaiety.
65. The little princess, like an old war horse that hears the trumpet, unconsciously and quite forgetting her condition, prepared for the familiar gallop of coquetry, without any ulterior motive or any struggle, but with naïve and lighthearted gaiety.
66. Simple questions such as where is the nearest negrav chute? Where do you work? Where is the dining room? When is the next meal? How often do you shower? Have you a special friend? received straightforward responses with no suspicion of ulterior motive.
67. Meredith had received innumerable hints from brother members of Presbytery and from many parishioners who could not be suspected of any ulterior motive, as well as from some who could, that he ought to marry again: But these hints never made any impression on him.
68. Will they prove us by the waters, and reject all such as will not lap as the dog lappeth? For, sir, they have told us that all that did not intend to vote for such ulterior measures as they might have occasion hereafter to bring forward, ought not to vote for the resolutions.
69. But, he was particular in stipulating that if I were not received with cordiality, or if I were not encouraged to repeat my visit as a visit which had no ulterior object but was simply one of gratitude for a favor received, then this experimental trip should have no successor.
70. On all those subjects, our Minister Plenipotentiary, lately sent to Paris, has carried with him the necessary instructions; the result of which will be communicated to you, and by ascertaining the ulterior policy of the French Government towards the United States, will enable you to adapt to it that of the United States towards France.
71. After the select Committee on our Foreign Relations had made their report, it seemed to me to be their particular duty to give to this House a full exposition of their present and ulterior views and objects, and of those of the Administration, as far as they had ascertained them, founded on the information which, it is presumed, they possessed.
72. Speaker, I should not have risen, on the present occasion, had not the honorable Committee of Foreign Relations requested all those that did not intend to vote for such ulterior measures as they might hereafter find necessary to bring forward, would not vote for the present resolutions, as they were a part of a system that might eventuate in war, &c.
73. What ulterior motive could she have for making sure she and Lord Ashburn made an appearance at the affair? Could it be some perverse way of exposing her husband to gain sympathy from them? If that was the case, her endeavours would be entirely fruitless; they would express no opinion or emotions regarding her marital situation—that would be highly inappropriate.
74. But, sir, as the report is of a character different from the temporizing policy heretofore pursued, and one, if not decisive in itself, which will lead to something decisive; and as I am now perfectly satisfied that it is the intention of the Government to follow it up by ulterior measures, calculated to prove the necessity of these preparatory steps, and as union, under existing circumstances, is all-important, as one of the committee, I am bound to give it my support.
75. To pretend that she was simply being hospitable, with no ulterior motive,.
76. I must confess that I came with an ulterior motive too, her father replied,.

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