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St. Augustine
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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| which I think might with great advantage be taught to earnest 2 pref, 0| they may rejoice in God's great gift, yet it was from human 3 pref, 0| Moses, and yet he, with great wisdom and entire absence 4 pref, 0| administering the affairs of the great nation entrusted to him? 5 1, 1 | making known, the meaning; a great and arduous undertaking, 6 1, 5 | will suitably express so great excellence, unless it is 7 1, 15 | strengthened our faith by adding a great buttress of hope. For it 8 1, 15 | animated, when they reflect how great He was who suffered so great 9 1, 15 | great He was who suffered so great things for them while they 10 1, 15 | quick and dead, it strikes great terror into the careless, 11 1, 22 | things ourselves. For a great thing truly is man, made 12 1, 23 | attained something very great if it is able to lord it 13 1, 28 | suppose that you had a great deal of some commodity, 14 1, 29 | and enjoys his art as a great or even as the very greatest 15 1, 29 | partakers with them in so great a blessing. ~ 16 1, 30 | angels also, seeing that so great offices of mercy have been 17 1, 38 | reach it! For there is this great difference between things 18 1, 39 | they may be called), so great an edifice of faith and 19 2, 3 | desire. And some convey a great deal by the motion of the 20 2, 9 | matter memory counts for a great deal; but if the memory 21 2, 11 | The great remedy for ignorance of 22 2, 12 | who read with knowledge, a great truth is to be found in 23 2, 14 | and learn all about it. So great, however, is the force of 24 2, 14 | In this matter, too, the great number of the translators 25 2, 14 | translators proves a very great assistance, if they are 26 2, 16 | could interpret them, be of great value and service in solving 27 2, 16 | of comparison, is a very great drawback to the reader. 28 2, 22 | such an observation, is a great delusion and great madness. 29 2, 22 | is a great delusion and great madness. And among those 30 2, 22 | birth of twins, produces great effects in nature, and in 31 2, 25 | or would be carried on at great inconvenience; and the arrangements 32 2, 28 | over the Greeks, what a great question our own Ambrose 33 2, 29 | with which it is used is of great importance, at least in 34 2, 31 | of reasoning is of very great service in searching into 35 2, 37 | they have attained some great thing that gives them an 36 3, 6 | formed, showed clearly how great an advantage it had been 37 3, 12 | prophet, the sign of some great truth. Keeping company with 38 3, 13 | to be turned by good and great men to some prudent or benevolent 39 3, 20 | temptation was wanting to those great men. For they were both 40 3, 23 | the narrative of sins of great men~ 41 3, 23 | he reads of the sins of great men, although he may be 42 3, 25 | is pleasant." And so in a great many other case. The examples 43 3, 30 | which hold the key to the great secrets of the law," and 44 3, 30 | studious (for it is of very great assistance in understanding 45 3, 33 | however, seems to me to be a great question in itself, rather 46 3, 34 | single city is a part of the great society of nations: the 47 3, 34 | logicians, who discuss with great acuteness the difference 48 3, 34 | And I will sanctify my great name, which was profaned 49 3, 35 | whole, explains also the great question about the resurrection 50 3, 37 | from the wheat at the last great winnowing. For example, 51 4, 1 | then, I have already said a great deal about the mode of ascertaining 52 4, 2 | both sides, and is of very great service in the enforcing 53 4, 3 | the canon, which to our great advantage is fixed in a 54 4, 3 | understood, or if, after great labour has been spent in 55 4, 5 | confirming testimony of great men. For his proof gives 56 4, 7 | masters are reckoned of great value; great prices are 57 4, 7 | reckoned of great value; great prices are paid for them, 58 4, 7 | Apostle Paul because he is our great orator. For when he says, " 59 4, 7 | thence go ye to Hamath the great; then go down to Gath of 60 4, 7 | thence go ye to Hamath the great; then go down to Gath of 61 4, 7 | Calneh," "Hamath the great," and "Gath of the Philistine." 62 4, 9 | or are understood with great difficulty, at whatever 63 4, 10 | have, or ought to have, so great an anxiety about teaching 64 4, 12 | Accordingly a great orator has truly said that " 65 4, 14 | wicked and base men have with great eloquence recommended, not 66 4, 14 | dignified even if used to adorn great and fundamental truths. 67 4, 14 | is not attained without great difficulty. He says, then, 68 4, 17 | pleasure, and moving, that the great master of Roman eloquence 69 4, 17 | in a temperate style, and great things in a majestic style:" 70 4, 17 | order to give pleasure, and great things in a majestic style, 71 4, 18 | constantly dealing with great matters~ 72 4, 18 | pecuniary transactions; those great where a matter relating 73 4, 18 | gain, whether the amount be great or small, should not seem 74 4, 18 | in that which is least is great. For as the nature of the 75 4, 18 | equal, is the same in a great disk that it is in the smallest 76 4, 18 | of every sober mind are great, even when applied to matters 77 4, 18 | long or short, they are of great importance. Unless indeed 78 4, 19 | teacher ought to speak of great matters, he ought not always 79 4, 19 | willing, to do it, then great matters must be spoken of 80 4, 19 | impressiveness, show how great a wickedness this is, and 81 4, 20 | many kinds of speech of great beauty, beautiful even in 82 4, 20 | and yet the same man does great execution, even when anger 83 4, 20 | evils of this life. It is a great subject, and is treated 84 4, 21 | with a question of very great importance, the equality 85 4, 21 | such a nature and of so great importance, requires that 86 4, 21 | deportment of virgins. Yet that great bishop urges them to their 87 4, 21 | such an insult to God the great artifices? For, granting 88 4, 26 | unravels questions of very great difficulty, and throws an 89 4, 26 | calls forth applause so great that one can hardly believe


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