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89 great
89 true
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St. Augustine
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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| or the old moon, or some very obscure star, and I should 2 pref, 0| I have lately heard from very respectable and trustworthy 3 1, 1 | that bread increased in the very act of breaking it, so those 4 1, 1 | grace, so that, in this very work of distribution in 5 1, 4 | through which we pass, and the very pleasure of the motion, 6 1, 8 | if we consider that the very rule of truth by which they 7 1, 9 | one of change?" For that very truth about which he asks, 8 1, 9 | near, is poured into his very eyeballs. The man, on the 9 1, 11 | by proud men to have done very foolishly. And since we 10 1, 23 | it has attained something very great if it is able to lord 11 1, 24 | but an uncorrupted and very light body, that they want. 12 1, 25 | gives away money that he is very fond of and desires to heap 13 1, 25 | argue longer on a point so very plain, but this is just 14 1, 29 | as a great or even as the very greatest good, he is fond 15 2, 3 | some to that of hearing, a very few to the other senses. 16 2, 3 | yet all these signs are very few in number compared with 17 2, 6 | another question, and one very difficult to answer. Nobody, 18 2, 8 | authority (though this is not a very likely thing to happen), 19 2, 11 | words like these which it is very easy to mark and to ask 20 2, 12 | And very often a translator, to whom 21 2, 12 | And yet the meaning is very clear; for it is made evident 22 2, 13 | translator, if he be not a very learned man, often departs 23 2, 14 | the translators proves a very great assistance, if they 24 2, 16 | way of comparison, is a very great drawback to the reader. 25 2, 16 | time we are taught this very lesson of despising time 26 2, 16 | the whole mind; and it is very clear that in the body there 27 2, 16 | number itself is not on that very account the more to be considered 28 2, 20 | but it would have been very strange indeed if the boots 29 2, 22 | the point to say that the very smallest and briefest moment 30 2, 28 | of past times assists us very much in understanding the 31 2, 29 | narration, but of description. Very few of these, however, are 32 2, 29 | are thoroughly known to very few. And this knowledge, 33 2, 29 | no superstition, renders very little, indeed almost no 34 2, 29 | is closely related to the very pernicious error of the 35 2, 30 | future. Now of these arts a very superficial and cursory 36 2, 31 | science of reasoning is of very great service in searching 37 2, 37 | than in going through the very intricate and thorny discipline 38 3, 4 | ambiguity. It is therefore very rare and very difficult 39 3, 4 | therefore very rare and very difficult to find any ambiguity 40 3, 6 | men, because they had been very near to spiritual things ( 41 3, 7 | even if you go back to the very things signified by such 42 3, 9 | many, and these at once very easy to perform, most majestic 43 3, 18 | support for itself in the very Scriptures which were intended 44 3, 25 | punishment, that is, "to the very dregs;" or whether it denotes 45 3, 27 | author perhaps saw that this very meaning lay in the words 46 3, 29 | them in Scripture, and are very much assisted by their knowledge 47 3, 29 | have of them all), but the very names as well: for instance, 48 3, 29 | curious figures which mean the very opposite of what they say, 49 3, 30 | inquired into is certainly very obscure, no use whatever 50 3, 30 | For he thus commences this very book: "Of all the things 51 3, 30 | warranted by the facts to his very elaborate and useful work, 52 3, 30 | the studious (for it is of very great assistance in understanding 53 3, 33 | it, one place or another, very frequently. ~ 54 3, 36 | it is the last time." The very time then when the gospel 55 3, 36 | of judgment, belongs that very revelation of the Lord here 56 3, 37 | understand them. For in these very books on the study of which 57 3, 37 | they have received their very desire for knowledge, if 58 4, 2 | for both sides, and is of very great service in the enforcing 59 4, 5 | truth to confess this in the very books which treat of eloquence, 60 4, 6 | those who think with me, is very easily settled. For where 61 4, 6 | that I do understand. The very obscurity, too, of these 62 4, 7 | not." And then he tells, very briefly the danger he had 63 4, 7 | epistles which even his very detractors, who thought 64 4, 7 | wisdom. For if, as certain very eloquent and acute men have 65 4, 8 | speech that either he will be very dull who does not understand 66 4, 8 | what they say should not be very easily or quickly understood, 67 4, 10 | For even things that are very well known are told for 68 4, 11 | learning and eating, the very food without which it is 69 4, 13 | and that is taught for the very purpose of being practiced, 70 4, 18 | which is least, then, is very little; but to be faithful 71 4, 18 | exalted about matters so very trifling? Did secular matters 72 4, 18 | when applied to matters the very least. ~ 73 4, 18 | a cup of cold water is a very trifling and common thing, 74 4, 18 | wise lose his reward, is very trivial and unimportant. 75 4, 18 | should think his subject very unimportant, and therefore 76 4, 20 | order of words does not run very harmoniously even in the 77 4, 20 | confess that our authors are very defective in that grace 78 4, 20 | harmony (which he could very easily do by changing some 79 4, 20 | fully learnt, that Jerome, a very learned man, describes even 80 4, 20 | them in the sacred authors very rarely. ~ 81 4, 21 | the book of Genesis this very circumstance in regard to 82 4, 21 | dealing with a question of very great importance, the equality 83 4, 21 | be known for such at the very threshold, and show at the 84 4, 21 | threshold, and show at the very entrance that there is no 85 4, 26 | said, "Thy testimonies are very sure"? And when any one 86 4, 26 | it unravels questions of very great difficulty, and throws 87 4, 26 | and brings to light some very acute observations from 88 4, 27 | but they would do good to very many more if they lived 89 4, 28 | and caring for men. In his very speech even he prefers to 90 4, 31 | myself (for my defects are very many), but the sort of man


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