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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| to read for themselves. Each, however, communicates to 2 1, 5 | and the Holy Spirit, and each of these by Himself, is 3 1, 5 | they are all one God; and each of them by Himself is a 4 1, 7 | form, according to what each man thinks the pattern of 5 1, 15 | that He has also given to each gifts suitable for the building 6 1, 27 | loved more than any man, each man ought to love God more 7 1, 28 | sort of lot, according as each man happens for the time 8 1, 35 | no need of a command that each man should love himself. 9 2, 7 | is necessary, then, that each man should first of all 10 2, 12 | despise thine own flesh." Each of these in turn confirms 11 2, 12 | truth is to be found in each. For it is difficult for 12 2, 13 | translators endeavour to express, each according to his own ability 13 2, 15 | the work of translation, each man being in a cell by himself, 14 2, 16 | in periods numbering four each; the diurnal in the hours 15 2, 17 | recollect the name) ordered from each of three artists a set of 16 2, 17 | three artists created three each. And the state had originally 17 2, 20 | the earrings on the top of each ear, or the rings of ostrich 18 2, 24 | take care to provide for each person the same sort of 19 2, 24 | of the community in which each man lives, and affect different 20 2, 24 | meaning just in proportion to each man's observations. And 21 2, 25 | coins, which are peculiar to each state and people,and other 22 3, 17 | the special weakness of each member. For that which cannot 23 3, 18 | those who, though they had each of them numerous wives, 24 3, 25 | things show a likeness to each other, we are not to suppose 25 3, 25 | their signification, but each one of them denotes not 26 3, 33 | Who, then, can doubt that each of these is the gift of 27 3, 33 | passage, and believes, that each of them is given? There 28 3, 36 | after their tongues." For each family or nation could not 29 4, arg | for exhortation: and of each of these he gives examples, 30 4, 7 | three periods of two members each. For he does not say: "Ye 31 4, 7 | same pronoun being repeated each time, and each clause finished 32 4, 7 | repeated each time, and each clause finished by a single 33 4, 7 | speaker whether he finish each clause separately and make 34 4, 7 | elegant periods of two members each: one describing the imminent 35 4, 20 | due, things that belong to each other are gracefully brought 36 4, 22 | extend to greater length. Each separate style, again, has 37 4, 26 | styles of speech, one to each, so that perspicuity is


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