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The heraldic fauna is chiefly remarkable for the large number of chimerical animals that it contains.
Their new-found popularity turned out to be chimerical.
But the apparent breakthrough had proved chimerical.
She also plays tame and wild animals, which she evokes through the chimerical use of costumes and masks.
In the past two weeks, it has looked as chimerical as ever.
Studying regulations in areas with only a chimerical connection to one's own.
There are enough real devils in the world without concocting chimerical ones.
The pursuit of the artificial heart has not been completely chimerical.
The quest for a single, all-inclusive remedy is chimerical.
But the idea of protecting the content of the artist's gaze for itself is chimerical.
Studying regulations in areas with only a chimerical connection to yours.
Because it would destroy the fundamental principles of his chimerical project.
To suppose that any form of government will secure liberty or happiness without any virtue in the people, is a chimerical idea.

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