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  • I believe that to execute a man for murder is to punish him immeasurably more dreadfully than is equivalent to his crime.
  • But in the case of an execution, that last hope—having which it is so immeasurably less dreadful to die,—is taken away from the wretch and certainty substituted in its place!
  • In conversation with Rogojin he had attributed this sensation to pity—immeasurable pity, and this was the truth.
  • He accounted them immeasurably his inferiors, and it was this feeling which caused his special amiability and delightful ease and grace towards them.

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  • "While I’m sure we’re all immeasurably relieved that you’ll be looking after the Blackthorn children," said Luke, "Helen is one of them.
    Cassandra Clare  --  City of Heavenly Fire
  • I settled into rituals, which improved the quality of my existence immeasurably.
    Piper Kerman  --  Orange Is the New Black

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