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The Return of the King
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  • I feared not the shadows of Men, powerless and frail as I deemed them.
  • To know that I lived and walked the earth was a blow to his heart, I deem; for he knew it not till now.
  • If it is not countered swiftly, I deem that the City will be lost ere ten days be gone.
  • You would still have done just so, I deem.
  • I have in this matter more lore and wisdom than you deem.’
  • ’Not enough, I deem,’ said Denethor.
  • Out of some savage land in the wide East they come, we deem.
  • He is bold, more bold than many deem; for in these days men are slow to believe that a captain can be wise and learned in the scrolls of lore and song, as he is, and yet a man of hardihood and swift judgement in the field.
  • ’For upon that road I was put to shame: Gimli Gloin’s son, who had deemed himself more tough than Men, and hardier under earth than any Elf.
  • Though the Stewards deemed that it was a secret kept only by themselves, long ago I guessed that here in the White Tower, one at least of the Seven Seeing Stones was preserved.
  • I deemed that the time was ripe, and that the Stone had come to me for just such a purpose.
  • She is hurt to the death maybe, but I deem that she yet lives.
  • But I deem the time unripe; and I have no mind for strife except with our Enemy and his servants.
  • Very tough in the fibre, I deem.
  • But this, I deem, is our duty.
  • It is but a feint,’ said Aragorn; ’and its chief purpose, I deem, was rather to draw us on by a false guess of our Enemy’s weakness than to do us much hurt, yet.
  • For you are a lady high and valiant and have yourself won renown that shall not be forgotten; and you are a lady beautiful, I deem, beyond even the words of the Elven-tongue to tell.

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  • The chemical was deemed unsafe to use in children’s products.

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