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deemed
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The Two Towers
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  • Old and weary you seem now, and yet you are fell and grim beneath, I deem
  • Let your counsellor Grama keep all things till your return-and I pray that we may see it, though no wise man will deem it hopeful.
  • ’I have heard many tales in Gondor and elsewhere,’ said Aragorn, ’but if it were not for the words of Celeborn I should deem them only fables that Men have made as true knowledge fades.
  • For not only the little life of Men is now endangered, but the life also of those things which you have deemed the matter of legend.
  • Not I. For I deem it perilous now for mortal man wilfully to seek out the Elder People.

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  • The producer deemed her too old to play the role.
  • The chemical was deemed unsafe to use in children’s products.

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