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1 She was certainly no paragon of virtue!
2 He was considered to be a paragon of virtue.
3 I make no claim to be a paragon.
4 He wasn't the paragon of virtue she had expected.
5 It would have taken a paragon of virtue not to feel jealous.
6 In the novel, Constanza is a paragon of virtue who would never compromise her reputation.
7 What did our long-suffering paragon of good grace do?
8 It was supposed to be a paragon of democracy in an Arab world more familiar with dictatorship than freedom.
9 But perhaps the last concert, when Paragon joined with the Caput Ensemble, outdid all the events.
10 Making a return will be Charles Booth-Clibborn's Paragon Press which publishes limited edition livres d'artiste.
11 The professor is a paragon of virtue and learning.
12 Miss Costigan was a paragon of virtue and delicacy!
13 She was spoken of as a paragon of virtue.
14 Man is the paragon of animals.
15 I don't find him to be absolute a paragon.
16 I am sure she is a paragon of rectitude.
17 Is Confucius the paragon of Mount Tai?
18 I don't think him a paragon of husband.
19 He considered Laetitia Dale a paragon of cleverness.
20 Thus ,[www.Sentencedict.com] professionalism is the core value of Paragon Investment Manager Inc.
21 If a paragon path has a specific class as a prerequisite, you must either be a member of that class or have selected a multiclass feat for the indicated class.
22 At least she is a paragon with her feet on the ground.
23 I will actually allow you to see and speak to this paragon of beauty-not to mention good taste-in person.
24 It sometimes came as a slight shock to Wycliffe to have this paragon of the modern virtues working under his direction.
25 Today we appear to have excelled the hypochondriac cultures of the past by elevating the morbidly self-involved to the level of paragon.
26 A person or thing beyond comparison , a model of excellence(sentencedict.com), is known as a paragon.
27 From the perspective of the word origin, WEN-TI means not only Whole, Visualization, but also Paragon, due to its connections with the concept of LI.
28 A person or thing of unsurpassed excellence or beauty; a paragon.
29 But, as ever, in the worst moments of a Paragon arose.
30 A high-speed optical correlator being developed by the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) will act as a coprocessor to an Intel Paragon XP/S-25 computer.
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