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- The majority in the assembly were determined not to abate one iota of their pretensions, which now included the control of the casual and territorial revenues; and no provision whatever was made for four years for the payment of the public service. - "Canada under British Rule 1760-1900", John G. Bourinot.
- Could he explain to Dr. Webber that he knew this simply because in some way he had sensed them, and traced them, and discovered them; that he had not one iota of proof, except that he was being followed by them, hunted by them, even now, in a room in the Old City, waiting for them to strike him down? - "The Dark Door", Alan Edward Nourse.
- She shut her eyes and put every iota of her mind to work on the problem of finding something- anything- that could be done to help this doomed world and to show that big, overbearing jerk of a Garlock that she was a better man than he was. - "The Galaxy Primes", Edward Elmer Smith.