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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| far as to remember that, however justly they may rejoice 2 pref, 0| read for themselves. Each, however, communicates to others 3 1, 2 | things of that kind. Not, however, the wood which we read 4 1, 2 | nothing at all. Every thing, however, is not also a sign. And 5 1, 4 | to return home. We find, however, that we must make use of 6 1, 7 | subject to change. All, however, strive emulously to exalt 7 1, 8 | living bodily form itself, however it may outshine all others 8 1, 22 | enjoyment of the former. We, however, who enjoy and use other 9 1, 22 | entirely fixed upon that. If, however, he loves himself for his 10 1, 23 | objects of use are not all, however, to be loved, but those 11 1, 23 | and fourth of these. For, however far a man may fall away 12 1, 29 | none. We ought to desire, however, that they should all join 13 1, 29 | his favorite's merits: if, however, he meet with any one who 14 1, 32 | the goodness of God. God, however, in His use of us, has reference 15 1, 36 | faulty. The interpreter, however should be corrected~ 16 1, 36 | He is to be corrected, however, and to be shown how much 17 1, 38 | thought; on the contrary, however high the value any man may 18 2, 1 | known. This class of signs however, it is no part of my design 19 2, 4 | has been found impossible, however, to make those signs common 20 2, 6 | difficult to answer. Nobody, however, has any doubt about the 21 2, 8 | those of less authority. If, however, he shall find that some 22 2, 14 | About ambiguous signs, however, I shall speak afterwards. 23 2, 14 | several translators. If, however, there are words or idioms 24 2, 14 | all about it. So great, however, is the force of custom, 25 2, 20 | them, not with impunity however, for instead of a superstitious 26 2, 28 | It will still be evident, however, that it was not without 27 2, 29 | description. Very few of these, however, are mentioned in Scripture. 28 2, 33 | In this passage, however, where the argument is about 29 2, 34 | to the truth of opinions, however, we must consider propositions 30 2, 37 | This art, however, when it is learnt, is not 31 2, 37 | training. We must take care, however, that they do not at the 32 2, 38 | The man, however, who puts so high a value 33 2, 39 | those around us. I think, however, there is nothing useful 34 3, 1 | instruction (it may happen however, that either from the greatness 35 3, 2 | Where, however, the ambiguity cannot be 36 3, 4 | take. It has been taken, however in that passage to the Corinthians, 37 3, 6 | This bondage, however, in the case of the Jewish 38 3, 7 | the wide ocean. I grant, however, that they who make gods 39 3, 9 | being misled by error. He, however, who does not understand 40 3, 11 | destruction of their lust. When, however, the dominion of lust is 41 3, 16 | it is not figurative. If, however, it seems to enjoin a crime 42 3, 21 | case of his son Solomon, however, this lust did not come 43 3, 25 | examples. There are passages, however, in regard to which it is 44 3, 25 | another," certain observances, however, which they understand in 45 3, 28 | When, however, a meaning is evolved of 46 3, 29 | grammar. I certainly advise, however, that they be learnt elsewhere, 47 3, 29 | allegory, enigma, and parable. However, nearly all these tropes 48 3, 30 | The author himself, however, when commending these rules, 49 3, 32 | sentence. They will not, however, always he in one body; 50 3, 33 | grace and the law. This, however, seems to me to be a great 51 3, 33 | of this doctrine. I have, however, dealt with it, one place 52 3, 34 | manifest. It is possible, however, that these words may refer 53 3, 37 | understanding it; when it occurs, however, where it is not customary, 54 4, 3 | of piety and faith. If, however, such ability be wanting, 55 4, 4 | exhibition of proofs. If, however, the hearers require to 56 4, 5 | Better than either of these, however, is the man who, when he 57 4, 6 | fall below them. Where, however, I do not understand these 58 4, 6 | I could, however, if I had time, show those 59 4, 7 | kind. It was necessary, however, to reply to the ill-taught 60 4, 7 | to light. In this place, however, it is my duty to select 61 4, 7 | people of God. I shall not, however, follow the Septuagint translators, 62 4, 9 | difficulty, at whatever length, however clearly, or with whatever 63 4, 9 | urgent reason. In books, however, which are written in such 64 4, 9 | comprehension of others, however difficult it may be to understand 65 4, 10 | these by preference; if, however, he cannot, either because 66 4, 10 | committed to memory. As soon, however, as the speaker has ascertained 67 4, 11 | whatever is to be learnt, however rude and unpolished the 68 4, 12 | does not understand it. If, however, he is understood, he has 69 4, 12 | If however, they do not yet know this, 70 4, 13 | that they are true. When, however, the truth taught is one 71 4, 18 | questions: he could not, however, have done so in regard 72 4, 18 | In questions like ours, however, where all things, and especially 73 4, 19 | giving praise or blame. When, however, something is to be done, 74 4, 20 | discredit on what we say. If, however, the solution of these questions 75 4, 20 | which he set out. It is, however, exceedingly desirable that 76 4, 20 | may determine. My opinion, however, is, that what has been 77 4, 20 | do not know. This I know, however, that if any one who is 78 4, 20 | these in his translation. I, however (to speak of my own feeling, 79 4, 20 | do not in my own speech, however modestly I think it done, 80 4, 21 | style. Cyprian the martyr, however, did not write about the 81 4, 22 | bear the subdued style, however, longer without variety 82 4, 22 | speech or writing as a whole, however, being referred to that 83 4, 24 | inveterate; it was not, however, when I heard their applause, 84 4, 25 | to give him pleasure. We, however, ought to make that end 85 4, 29 | If, however, he cannot do even this, 86 4, 31 | complain of its length. I, however, give thanks to God that


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