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behind 3
behold 4
behoves 2
being 77
beings 1
belief 3
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78 knowledge
78 time
78 without
77 being
77 make
77 whether
76 through
St. Augustine
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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| just and holy man, who, not being able to read himself, is 2 pref, 0| we have believed, lest, being ensnared by such wiles of 3 1, 1 | which is not diminished by being shared with others, if it 4 1, 3 | enjoy and use these things, being placed among both kinds 5 1, 4 | God may be clearly seen, being understood by the things 6 1, 5 | same time the Trinity, one Being, supreme above all, and 7 1, 7 | found to believe that any being to whom there exists a superior 8 1, 13 | the form of speech without being modified in its own nature 9 1, 14 | applied Himself to his cure, being Himself healer and medicine 10 1, 17 | us all our sins, and by being crucified for us to remove 11 1, 19 | immortality. And thus the body, being the source of no uneasiness 12 1, 28 | man happens for the time being to be more closely connected 13 1, 40 | provide against anything being loved but that which is 14 2, arg | ambiguities of language being reserved for treatment in 15 2, 5 | diseases of the human will, being at first set forth in one 16 2, 6 | of the Church, when it is being praised under the figure 17 2, 7 | Scriptures that he, through being entangled in the love of 18 2, 8 | attained recognition as being authoritative. The remainder 19 2, 10 | signs prevent Scripture from being understood~ 20 2, 10 | prevent what is written from being understood: its being veiled 21 2, 10 | from being understood: its being veiled either under unknown, 22 2, 12 | abides, our understanding being purified by holding to the 23 2, 13 | the way of the correction being made, except the usage of 24 2, 14 | come to know them through being accustomed to read or to 25 2, 15 | of translation, each man being in a cell by himself, and 26 2, 16 | and the Trinity itself being added over and above, has 27 2, 22 | certain signs of things being arbitrarily fixed upon by 28 2, 28 | age when He suffered, that being the number of years He was 29 2, 31 | in part true, the one man being cunning and the other simple. 30 2, 31 | These inferences, then, being repudiated as false, it 31 2, 33 | animal, it has a voice. This being admitted, then, when it 32 2, 38 | that all things have their being; the man, I say, who acts 33 2, 41 | penetrating than its roots; that being rooted and grounded in love, 34 2, 41 | the part which is hidden, being fixed in the earth. And 35 3, arg | figurative; the general rule being, that whatever can be shown 36 3, arg | figurative; the general principle being, that no interpretation 37 3, 3 | justifieth?" the answer "No" being understood. And in the same 38 3, 3 | for us?" the answer "No" being understood to every one 39 3, 6 | describes this bondage as being like to that of boys under 40 3, 9 | wrongly is the result of being misled by error. He, however, 41 3, 11 | addressed to those who, being unwilling to subdue their 42 3, 15 | The tyranny of lust being thus overthrown, charity 43 3, 19 | themselves to escape either being caught by the bait of praise, 44 3, 21 | to eat. And David's anger being kindled against the man, 45 3, 21 | silent, but accuses him of being a lover of strange women; 46 3, 25 | example of the same object being taken, not in opposite, 47 3, 29 | the Greek name for letters being "grammata") are the signs 48 3, 30 | required which are so far from being embraced in this number 49 3, 32 | in consequence of their being for the time united in a 50 3, 36 | and of this punishment being there laid upon them as 51 4, arg | ought not to be neglected, being indeed specially necessary 52 4, 2 | Now, the art of rhetoric being available for the enforcing 53 4, 3 | become eloquent without being taught any art of speech, 54 4, 3 | faults, they will, from being accustomed to correct speech, 55 4, 5 | as having spoken, or as being accustomed to speak, not 56 4, 6 | attendant, followed it without being called for. ~ 57 4, 7 | injure his character; and being compelled to speak of himself 58 4, 7 | spoke a short time ago, being intermingled in the most 59 4, 7 | certain separate sections being put in the interrogatory 60 4, 7 | I." But a fourth section being put likewise in the interrogatory 61 4, 7 | the interrogatory form being most elegantly suppressed: " 62 4, 7 | Septuagint translators, who, being themselves under the guidance 63 4, 7 | running on, the same pronoun being repeated each time, and 64 4, 7 | beautiful as it is, the clauses being joined in pairs under the 65 4, 9 | communicated, the teacher not being so anxious about the eloquence 66 4, 10 | insisted on as necessary to our being understood, not only in 67 4, 13 | for the very purpose of being practiced, it is useless 68 4, 14 | but merely for the sake of being read with pleasure. But 69 4, 19 | times, quietly when it is being taught, temperately when 70 4, 19 | temperately when its importance is being urged, and powerfully when 71 4, 19 | do something instead of being instructed so that he may 72 4, 19 | be demons or any created being whatever, be worshipped 73 4, 20 | prophets were so far from being deficient in the musical 74 4, 22 | writing as a whole, however, being referred to that style which 75 4, 26 | also; beauty, of course, being its primary object. ~ 76 4, 29 | statements must be true, both being made by Him who is the Truth. 77 4, 29 | generation of vipers, how can ye, being evil, speak good things?"


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