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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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used

   Book, Chapter
1 1, arg| be enjoyed, things to be used, and things which use and 2 1, 2| nor the stone which Jacob used as a pillow, nor the ram 3 1, 2| things, to wit, which are used to indicate something else. 4 1, 2| even if some of them may be used as signs also, that will 5 1, 3| others which are to be used, others still which enjoy 6 1, 4| home, this world must be used, not enjoyed, that so the 7 1, 14| who overcome the devil. We used our immortality so badly 8 1, 14| penalty of death: Christ used His mortality so well as 9 1, 23| persecutors, although they used it to attain the favour 10 1, 33| immediate context to "enjoy" is used in the sense of to "use 11 1, 36| meaning from them that may be used for the building up of love, 12 2, 2| whether they are really used with the purpose of signification, 13 2, 10| called proper when they are used to point out the objects 14 2, 10| by the proper names are used to signify something else, 15 2, 15| dispensation of Providence which used these men to bring it about, 16 2, 16| in books too, where it is used metaphorically; and ignorance 17 2, 16| combinations of numbers are used in the sacred writings, 18 2, 29| these objects are to be used conformably to certain signs 19 2, 29| invocations and marks are not used, it is frequently doubtful 20 2, 29| which case it may be freely used; or acts by a sort of charm, 21 2, 29| intention with which it is used is of great importance, 22 2, 36| are true, though sometimes used to persuade men of what 23 2, 36| less true that they can be used for persuading men of what 24 2, 36| false; but as they can be used to enforce the truth as 25 2, 36| cause in which they are used be true or false, are themselves 26 2, 37| is learnt, is not to be used so much for ascertaining 27 2, 41| with the blood of the lamb, used hyssop to mark them with. 28 3, 1| nature of those which are used figuratively; and assisted, 29 3, 7| only signs, yet still they used them in reference to the 30 3, 7| the image of Neptune is used with a reference to this 31 3, 11| this plain expression is used: "They that are Christ's 32 3, 11| instances, some words are used figuratively, as for example, " 33 3, 18| which they embrace can be used to condemnation, if the 34 3, 18| the sake of bodily health, used marriage only for the sake 35 3, 19| the men of ancient times used a number of wives with temperance, 36 3, 20| persecutors. But the apostles used all these things, as occasion 37 3, 20| same way the saints of old used their wives with reference 38 3, 21| self-restraint those men used their wives appears chiefly 39 3, 24| character of the expressions used is above all to have weight~ 40 3, 25| other places. For our Lord used leaven both in a bad sense, 41 3, 25| for example, when they are used metaphorically at one time 42 3, 25| same way the serpent is used in a good sense, "Be wise 43 3, 25| his subtilty." Bread is used in a good sense, "I am the 44 3, 25| plain instances ought to be used as examples. There are passages, 45 3, 26| sense in which they are used is more manifest we must 46 3, 29| which it is expressed are used in the opposite of their 47 3, 29| whether they may not be used in this or that figurative 48 3, 35| forty-four, which last number is used in the Apocalypse to signify 49 3, 37| of expression ordinarily used in Scripture, to observe 50 4, 4| mentioned are constantly used by nearly every one in cases 51 4, 7| that art which I learnt and used to teach. But how beautiful 52 4, 10| ambiguous, but which when used according to the vulgar 53 4, 10| plural which in Latin is only used in the singular; why should 54 4, 14| graceful or dignified even if used to adorn great and fundamental 55 4, 23| particular style should be used. In the majestic style, 56 4, 23| the majestic when it is used may be the more majestic 57 4, 23| accordingly this style must be used in alternation with the 58 4, 25| temperate style is to be used~ 59 4, 26| subject: this style, so used, frequently calls forth


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