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St. Augustine
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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| and let him who teaches another communicate what he has 2 pref, 0| a book, or to listen to another reading or preaching, in 3 pref, 0| mingling them one with another, if men never learnt anything 4 1, 2 | things. There are signs of another kind, those which are never 5 1, 8 | at one time foolish, at another time wise, but on the contrary 6 1, 22 | are commanded to love one another: but it is a question whether 7 1, 27 | Likewise we ought to love another man better than our own 8 1, 27 | in reference to God, and another man can have fellowship 9 1, 30 | but we show pity to one another on account of His; that 10 1, 30 | enjoy Himself; we pity one another that we may fully enjoy 11 1, 32 | enjoy Him should enjoy one another in Him. ~ 12 1, 33 | happiness complete in one another, we stop short upon the 13 1, 36 | never useful. ~Whoever takes another meaning out of Scripture 14 2, 2 | forth and conveying into another's mind what the giver of 15 2, 2 | purpose of signification, is another question, and does not pertain 16 2, 3 | communicate their thoughts to one another, some relate to the sense 17 2, 6 | substituting one meaning for another; and in some places they 18 2, 6 | the knowledge the same, is another question, and one very difficult 19 2, 8 | these last not following one another, but running parallel, so 20 2, 8 | preceding books nor with one another, such as Job, and Tobias, 21 2, 8 | which are connected with one another, and having never been disjoined, 22 2, 11 | to be untranslatable into another tongue, of which the other 23 2, 11 | translated into the idiom of another language. And this happens 24 2, 12 | domestics of thy seed;" another reads: "And do not despise 25 2, 12 | ye shall not understand," another has translated: "If ye will 26 2, 13 | this is simply the idiom of another language than that any deeper 27 2, 16 | easily spoiled by a fluid of another kind, and that the tree 28 2, 24 | thing among the Greeks and another among the Latins, not by 29 2, 24 | one thing to a Greek and another to a Latin. Now, just as 30 2, 25 | in association with one another. For all arrangements that 31 2, 25 | because one thing may resemble another in many ways, such signs 32 2, 28 | of doubt might arise from another source, can be ascertained 33 2, 28 | tell what has been done, another to show what ought to be 34 2, 29 | pain from your stomach; and another to say: If you hang this 35 2, 31 | example, one man lays before another with whom he is talking, 36 2, 34 | know the laws of inference, another to know the truth of opinions~ 37 2, 34 | the laws of inference, and another to know the truth of opinions. 38 2, 34 | their connection with one another; but when propositions that 39 3, 8 | one way, the gentiles in another~ 40 3, 10 | but what it does to injure another is called crime. And these 41 3, 10 | can confer an advantage on another which he does not himself 42 3, 12 | result of abandoned manners, another thing when done in the course 43 3, 14 | injury to be done him by another; he himself, therefore, 44 3, 14 | ought not to do injury to another. ~ 45 3, 17 | weighty matter." Accordingly, another of our rules for understanding 46 3, 18 | chastity, it is possible for another to use one wife with lust. 47 3, 21 | to this, in the case of another son who had been guilty 48 3, 25 | signify now one thing and now another, signify either things that 49 3, 25 | time in a good sense, at another in a bad, as in the case 50 3, 25 | leaven mentioned above. Another example of the same is that 51 3, 25 | put down one and set up another," certain observances, however, 52 3, 26 | shield only; for we read in another place of the breastplate 53 3, 33 | dealt with it, one place or another, very frequently. ~ 54 3, 35 | after eight days," while another says that it occurred "after 55 3, 37 | meaning to be understood where another is expressed, which is the 56 3, 37 | with the intention that another should be understood we 57 3, 37 | one thing is expressed and another is to be understood, and 58 4, 7 | hope out of experience. Another ornament, too, is found 59 4, 7 | the answer is given not in another section (caesum) but in 60 4, 7 | not in any way have put another meaning upon it. He did 61 4, 7 | the imminent catastrophe; another, the lascivious couch; and 62 4, 10 | to a close, or pass on to another point. For if a man gives 63 4, 10 | pleasure even from hearing another man repeat them. And if 64 4, 18 | having a matter against another, go to law before the unjust, 65 4, 18 | because ye go to law one with another: why do ye not rather take 66 4, 20 | kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in 67 4, 20 | in honour preferring one another; not slothful in business; 68 4, 20 | the same mind one towards another." And how gracefully all 69 4, 20 | anything, but to love one another." And a little farther on: " 70 4, 21 | s joy increase." And at another place in the end of the 71 4, 21 | your equals; stir up one another by mutual exhortations; 72 4, 21 | exhortations; provoke one another to glory by emulous examples 73 4, 21 | finished with consummate art, another painter should put his hand 74 4, 21 | eager endeavours to please another prove that she has first 75 4, 21 | consciousness or in that of another? For he loves another woman, 76 4, 21 | of another? For he loves another woman, thou desires to please 77 4, 21 | thou desires to please another man; and thou art angry 78 4, 21 | thou art angry if he love another, though he is taught adultery 79 4, 21 | she sins against and not another. The crime of adultery is 80 4, 22 | we pass from one style to another, the discourse goes off 81 4, 25 | that end subordinate to another, viz., the effecting by 82 4, 27 | occupied, which belonged to another, from preaching their own 83 4, 28 | be preferred to that of another. The man who does not strive 84 4, 29 | the words that belong to another. For the good things he 85 4, 29 | do say the things, and in another sense they do not say them; 86 4, 29 | not, yet they say. But in another place, upbraiding such men, 87 4, 29 | the latter receives from another what really belongs to himself.


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