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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| There are some, then, likely to object 2 pref, 0| new or the old moon, or some very obscure star, and I 3 pref, 0| read is not dependent on some one else, when he finds 4 1, arg | are for use; for, though some of them may be loved, yet 5 1, 2 | such a way that even if some of them may be used as signs 6 1, 3 | Chap. 3. Some things are for use, some 7 1, 3 | Some things are for use, some for enjoyment~ 8 1, 3 | There are some things, then, which are 9 1, 4 | that we must make use of some mode of conveyance, either 10 1, 14 | adapted to our wounds, curing some of them by their opposites, 11 1, 14 | them by their opposites, some of them by their likes. 12 1, 14 | ministers to a bodily hurt in some cases applies contraries, 13 1, 22 | were, for the wish to enjoy some other object, but that whatever 14 1, 24 | his own flesh." And when some people say that they would 15 1, 24 | the fact that they seem in some sort to scourge their bodies 16 1, 24 | formerly had in two, unless some object was to be attained 17 1, 25 | pains and amputations of some of their limbs that they 18 1, 28 | you had a great deal of some commodity, and felt bound 19 1, 35 | are merely means. Perhaps some other comparison can be 20 2, 1 | Now some signs are natural, others 21 2, 3 | thoughts to one another, some relate to the sense of sight, 22 2, 3 | relate to the sense of sight, some to that of hearing, a very 23 2, 3 | to impart our desire. And some convey a great deal by the 24 2, 6 | meaning for another; and in some places they cannot hit upon 25 2, 6 | even a fair interpretation. Some of the expressions are so 26 2, 6 | that it is pleasanter in some cases to have knowledge 27 2, 7 | understood it strikes at some of our sins, or, when not 28 2, 8 | churches to those which some do not receive. Among those, 29 2, 8 | however, he shall find that some books are held by the greater 30 2, 11 | others of the same kind. Some of these, although they 31 2, 11 | example, Amen and Hallelujah. Some of them, again, are said 32 2, 11 | mentioned are examples. For in some languages there are words 33 2, 12 | often thrown light upon some of the more obscure passages; 34 2, 12 | my flesh, and might save some of them;" that is, that 35 2, 12 | those who had believed, some of them might believe too. 36 2, 12 | widely as not to touch at some point. Accordingly here, 37 2, 12 | writer. As for example, some texts read: "Their feet 38 2, 12 | moschos" means a calf, some have not understood that " 39 2, 16 | not unskilfully explained some metaphors from the difference 40 2, 20 | of what is created or of some part of it as God, or to 41 2, 25 | superstitious, there are some things superfluous and some 42 2, 25 | some things superfluous and some convenient and necessary~ 43 2, 25 | institutions; and of these, some are matters of superfluity 44 2, 25 | superfluity and luxury, some of convenience and necessity. 45 2, 25 | into the theatre, unless some one tells him what these 46 2, 27 | chap. 27. Some departments of knowledge, 47 2, 27 | providence. And of these, some pertain to the bodily senses, 48 2, 27 | pertain to the bodily senses, some to the intellect. Those 49 2, 28 | which He suffered, has led some into the error of supposing 50 2, 30 | practicing them (unless some duty compel us, a matter 51 2, 33 | validity of inference in some such way as the following. 52 2, 33 | following. Let us suppose some man to have admitted: If 53 2, 34 | necessarily become certain. Now some, when they have ascertained 54 2, 37 | that they have attained some great thing that gives them 55 2, 39 | What, then, some men have done in regard 56 2, 39 | And it may happen that some or all of these things have 57 2, 40 | the use of the truth, and some most excellent precepts 58 2, 40 | precepts of morality; and some truths in regard even to 59 3, 2 | Now look at some examples. The heretical 60 3, 11 | clear, we are not to give it some secondary reference, as 61 3, 11 | even in these instances, some words are used figuratively, 62 3, 12 | or a prophet, the sign of some great truth. Keeping company 63 3, 13 | by good and great men to some prudent or benevolent end, 64 3, 14 | endless variety of customs, some who were half asleep (as 65 3, 17 | chap. 17. Some commands are given to all 66 3, 17 | follows, to recognize that some commands are given to all 67 3, 25 | objects or from objects having some affinity. ~ 68 3, 27 | When, again, not some one interpretation, but 69 3, 27 | supported by the testimony of some other passage of Scripture. 70 3, 29 | with which we speak. Now of some of these figures of speech 71 3, 30 | rules which hold the key to some of the secrets of the law," 72 3, 32 | and the counterfeit, or some such name; because, not 73 3, 34 | example, about Jerusalem, or some of the cities of the Gentiles, 74 3, 37 | labour to understand it, from some more, from some less, just 75 3, 37 | it, from some more, from some less, just as men have got 76 4, 3 | them, they come to be in some small measure understood, 77 4, 5 | But as some men employ these coarsely, 78 4, 6 | Here, perhaps, some one inquires whether the 79 4, 7 | klimax" (climax,) and by some in Latin gradatio, for they 80 4, 7 | But perhaps some one is thinking that I have 81 4, 7 | translation, seem to have altered some passages with the view of 82 4, 7 | spiritual sense; (and hence some passages are more obscure, 83 4, 8 | But although I take some examples of eloquence from 84 4, 9 | For there are some passages which are not understood 85 4, 9 | occasions when there is some urgent reason. In books, 86 4, 10 | what is said; and until some indication of this sort 87 4, 10 | explanation; but perhaps some trouble may be taken to 88 4, 19 | who does not praise Him in some measure! But if He be not 89 4, 20 | very easily do by changing some words for words of equivalent 90 4, 20 | even the metres employed by some of them, in the Hebrew language 91 4, 21 | and form and completion of some man, and that, when the 92 4, 23 | up to be settled, or when some points that are susceptible 93 4, 24 | produce such an effect on some, that they are not only 94 4, 26 | not arrest attention by some beauty of style? And if 95 4, 26 | out and brings to light some very acute observations 96 4, 29 | There are, indeed, some men who have a good delivery,


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