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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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unremitting
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  • Temperance first, as it tends to procure that coolness and clearness of head, which is so necessary where constant vigilance was to be kept up, and guard maintained against the unremitting attraction of ancient habits, and the force of perpetual temptations.

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  • Lacking food, I suffered the unremitting demands of hunger.
  • The pain was unremitting.

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