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168 now
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159 any
156 even
156 love
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1 pref, 0| childhood, and that any other language we have learnt, 2 pref, 0| words before him. On the other hand, the man who lays down 3 pref, 0| undertaking of mine, which has no other object than to be of service, 4 1, arg | relating to the discovery, the other to the expression, of the 5 1, 2 | wood, stone, cattle, and other things of that kind. Not, 6 1, 2 | things, are also signs of other things. There are signs 7 1, 2 | in themselves, not what other things they are signs of. ~ 8 1, 4 | own sake. To use, on the other hand, is to employ whatever 9 1, 7 | who believe that there are other gods, and who call them 10 1, 7 | excellence. Those, on the other hand, who endeavour by an 11 1, 7 | which excels in dignity all other objects. ~ 12 1, 9 | eyeballs. The man, on the other hand, who sees, but shrinks 13 1, 14 | moist to dry, etc., and in other cases applies likes, as 14 1, 14 | example of His virtues. On the other hand, the following are, 15 1, 14 | undertaking, will find many other points of instruction in 16 1, 22 | however, who enjoy and use other things are things ourselves. 17 1, 22 | its most worthy object, no other man has a right to be angry 18 1, 22 | for the wish to enjoy some other object, but that whatever 19 1, 23 | its companions, that is, other men. For it is inherent 20 1, 24 | Those, on the other hand, who do this in a perverse 21 1, 24 | contrary the one to the other." For this is said of the 22 1, 24 | overbalance the loss. This and other indications of the same 23 1, 25 | limbs that they might obtain other objects which they valued 24 1, 26 | terms that it is evident all other things are to find their 25 1, 28 | claim upon you than the other, you could do nothing fairer 26 1, 30 | covet; and if there be any other commandment, it is briefly 27 1, 31 | makes us happy, and that all other things are for use, there 28 1, 32 | me unto you;" So that all other things that exist, both 29 1, 32 | we do so; but somehow or other our own advantage follows 30 1, 35 | object which can enjoy that other in fellowship with ourselves. 31 1, 35 | the road, or carriages, or other things that are merely means. 32 1, 35 | merely means. Perhaps some other comparison can be found 33 1, 36 | as he ought. If, on the other hand, a man draws a meaning 34 1, 37 | he often falls in with other statements which he cannot 35 1, 38 | shall come: love, on the other hand, shall wax greater 36 1, 38 | an eternal object, on the other hand, is loved with greater 37 1, 39 | eternal world, while the other two graces will fail, love 38 1, 40 | said on this subject in other volumes, either by others 39 2, 1 | and in the same way every other emotion of the mind is betrayed 40 2, 2 | Conventional signs, on the other hand, are those which living 41 2, 3 | hearing, a very few to the other senses. For, when we nod, 42 2, 8 | of the events. There are other books which seem to follow 43 2, 8 | one called Wisdom and the other Ecclesiasticus, are ascribed 44 2, 11 | undertaken to instruct, need two other languages for the knowledge 45 2, 11 | another tongue, of which the other two I have mentioned are 46 2, 12 | these in turn confirms the other. For the one is explained 47 2, 12 | one is explained by the other; because "flesh" may be 48 2, 12 | not understand;" but the other, "If ye will not believe, 49 2, 12 | swift to shed blood." The other, taking the wrong sense 50 2, 12 | hardly find it written in any other way. And yet the meaning 51 2, 13 | understanding. But take, on the other hand, the saying of the 52 2, 14 | Scripture, are surprised at other forms of speech, and think 53 2, 15 | jealousy, to make known to other nations, were, with the 54 2, 16 | or Jordan, and whatever other names in that language we 55 2, 16 | animal, so ignorance of other animals, which are no less 56 2, 16 | on the mount between the other two, while His three disciples 57 2, 16 | And in the same way, many other numbers and combinations 58 2, 17 | harps and drums, and all other instruments that give their 59 2, 18 | investigation about harps and other instruments, that may help 60 2, 19 | things instituted by men, the other of things which they have 61 2, 22 | of twins, one follows the other out of the womb so closely 62 2, 22 | most fortunate life, the other a most unfortunate. As, 63 2, 23 | to medicinal charms and other observances; for these are 64 2, 23 | that are born, or in any other way come into existence 65 2, 25 | pictures and statues, and other works of this kind, which 66 2, 25 | each state and people,and other things of the same kind. 67 2, 26 | detestation; those, on the other hand, which relate to the 68 2, 29 | trees, herbs, stones, and other bodies. And of this species 69 2, 29 | the rising and setting and other movements of the rest of 70 2, 30 | house, a bench, a dish, and other things of that kind; or 71 2, 31 | I am, you are not." The other assents, for the proposition 72 2, 31 | man being cunning and the other simple. Then the first speaker 73 2, 31 | am a man;" and when the other has given his assent to 74 2, 31 | must of necessity also hold other opinions which he condemns. 75 2, 31 | vain;" and further on drew other inferences which are all 76 2, 32 | anything that he himself or any other man has ordained; in the 77 2, 35 | cannot be true at all, the other in regard to things that 78 2, 36 | And it is the same with other directions of the same kind, 79 2, 37 | and one cannot walk in any other way; but men find it easier 80 2, 37 | about them. Those, on the other hand, who cannot walk, care 81 2, 37 | for it. A dull man, on the other hand, does not see the unsoundness, 82 2, 38 | figures, or of sounds, or of other motions, they have fixed 83 2, 38 | sometimes instructed, at other times uninstructed), although 84 2, 39 | is nothing useful in the other branches of learning that 85 2, 39 | Syrian, and Egyptian, and other tongues, taking up and interpreting 86 2, 39 | might be done in regard to other matters, if any competent 87 2, 39 | stones, and metals, and other species of things that are 88 2, 40 | without prejudice to any other interpretation that may 89 2, 42 | man may have learnt from other sources, if it is hurtful, 90 3, 2 | sees a necessity for the other; a desire, viz., to be with 91 3, 2 | this in preference to the other, he adds: "multo enim magis 92 3, 3 | these questions. On the other hand, in that passage where 93 3, 6 | it was in the case of the other nations; because, though 94 3, 7 | wide ocean, and all the other waters besides that spring 95 3, 8 | of Israel. Those, on the other hand, whom it found in bondage 96 3, 9 | it signifies: he, on the other hand, who either uses or 97 3, 10 | and one's neighbour, and other corporeal things, without 98 3, 12 | superstitious; whoever, on the other hand, uses them so as to 99 3, 12 | that which in the case of other persons is often a sin, 100 3, 12 | must take heed in regard to other things also, that lust do 101 3, 14 | when men unacquainted with other modes of life than their 102 3, 14 | feasts, or dress, or the other necessities and adornments 103 3, 14 | sinful to the people of other nations and other times. 104 3, 14 | people of other nations and other times. And, distracted by 105 3, 16 | doing of an injury, the other to a display of superiority, 106 3, 25 | show a likeness to each other, we are not to suppose there 107 3, 25 | taken to signify in all other places. For our Lord used 108 3, 25 | And so in a great many other case. The examples I have 109 3, 25 | living water;" and many other things besides water must 110 3, 25 | And in the same way other objects are not single in 111 3, 26 | wicked." Nor ought we, on the other hand, in regard to spiritual 112 3, 27 | if it can be shown from other passages of Scripture that 113 3, 27 | by the testimony of some other passage of Scripture. For 114 3, 27 | concurring testimony of other passages equally divine? ~ 115 3, 28 | explain a doubtful passage by other passages of Scripture than 116 3, 29 | these figures of speech from other writings, can imagine or 117 3, 30 | passages for there are several other methods required which are 118 3, 32 | immediately adds in regard to the other part, the bad that is mixed 119 3, 33 | and may be designated in other terms as relating to the 120 3, 33 | applied to the solution of other questions. It was the want 121 3, 33 | is given? There are many other testimonies besides which 122 3, 34 | Egypt, and Assyria, or any other nation you choose to take 123 3, 34 | be saved," but also the other nations which were promised 124 3, 35 | or twelve, or any of the other numbers which the diligent 125 3, 36 | For it was after all these other things were done that man 126 3, 36 | man was put there that the other things were done, as the 127 3, 36 | will be assisted by that other passage of Scripture which 128 3, 37 | of the morning! " and the other statements of the context 129 4, arg | for instruction, although other qualities are required for 130 4, 1 | either in this work or any other. ~ 131 4, 4 | means of narrative. On the other hand, to clear up points 132 4, 4 | upbraidings, and all the other means of rousing the emotions, 133 4, 6 | been properly said in any other way. For as there is a kind 134 4, 6 | eloquence they spoke; no other would have been suitable 135 4, 6 | would be unsuitable in any other, for it is in keeping with 136 4, 7 | dependency the one upon the other, as we see here that patience 137 4, 7 | unto us." But these and other matters of the same kind 138 4, 7 | same facts in regard to other passages of Holy Scripture. 139 4, 7 | And a number of other points bearing on the laws 140 4, 8 | the mysteries, from one or other of these reasons they have 141 4, 12 | depends on what we say; the other two on the way we say it. 142 4, 12 | need not go over all the other things that can be done 143 4, 20 | one by a bond maid, the other by a free woman. But he 144 4, 20 | while doing this, to meet other questions which may chance 145 4, 20 | when out of one question other questions arise, and out 146 4, 20 | things that belong to each other are gracefully brought together. 147 4, 20 | all the ornaments that the other does; but if they do not 148 4, 20 | height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able 149 4, 21 | necessary to mention the other circumstances in detail, 150 4, 21 | the demands of nature, the other rising above its powers? 151 4, 21 | specimens of the rest, and in other ecclesiastical writers who 152 4, 22 | alternate at intervals with the other styles; the speech or writing 153 4, 23 | be alternated with what other, and the places where it 154 4, 23 | in alternation with the other two styles whenever questions 155 4, 23 | quiet likewise, both the other two styles occasionally 156 4, 23 | temperate style, on the other hand, not indeed always, 157 4, 24 | The majestic style, on the other hand, frequently silences 158 4, 24 | attempted there. In many other cases besides I have observed 159 4, 25 | eloquence to secure. On the other hand, what the temperate 160 4, 26 | what it condemns. On the other hand, without perspicuity 161 4, 28 | vehemently, uses words with no other purpose than to make the


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