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expression 36
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37 reference
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36 nature
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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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expression

   Book, Chapter
1 1, arg| discovery, the other to the expression, of the true sense of Scripture. 2 1, 34| fleshly body. Whence also that expression, "The Lord created me in 3 2, 2| whether these signs, like the expression or the cry of a man in grief, 4 2, 12| because when one brings the expression "domestics of thy seed " 5 2, 12| mind. Whence, I think, that expression of the apostle, when he 6 2, 12| a more suitable form of expression than the "calves;" because 7 2, 13| God. But indeed even the expression "sapientius est hominibus"( 8 2, 15| prejudice to clearness of expression. And to correct the Latin 9 2, 36| arrangement among men that the expression of affection conciliates 10 3, arg| we may decide whether an expression is literal or figurative; 11 3, 5| beware of taking a figurative expression literally. For the saying 12 3, 10| minds, they think that the expression is figurative. Now Scripture 13 3, 11| had held sway, this plain expression is used: "They that are 14 3, 11| enigmatical, which is the kind of expression properly called figurative. 15 3, 15| meaning of this kind, the expression is not to be considered 16 3, 16| not doubt, then, that the expression is figurative; and, while 17 3, 24| therefore, in regard to any expression that we are trying to understand 18 3, 24| Now we find out whether an expression is literal or figurative 19 3, 29| Scriptures use all those forms of expression which grammarians call by 20 3, 29| to use a certain form of expression, although it puts yes for 21 3, 29| of what we say, as in the expression, "Beware of him, for he 22 3, 34| from which the apostle's expression, "the fleshy tables of the 23 3, 37| understood we have a figurative expression, even though the name of 24 3, 37| of rhetoric. And when an expression of this sort occurs where 25 3, 37| acquainted with the forms of expression ordinarily used in Scripture, 26 4, arg| work, that which treats of expression, the author premises that 27 4, 7| learned (if I may use the expression) to contend that the apostle 28 4, 8| lie not in their manner of expression, but in the difficulty and 29 4, 10| and form and variety of expression, a thing which cannot be 30 4, 14| by men on the beauty of expression here spoken of, that not 31 4, 20| seize upon any beauty of expression that comes in its way. It 32 4, 21| with beauty and power of expression, many examples may be found 33 4, 25| style we must use beauty of expression not for ostentation, but 34 4, 26| natural, unsought grace of expression, and by a rhythm and balance 35 4, 28| Truth is more important than expression. What is meant by strife 36 4, 28| anxious that your mode of expression should be preferred to that


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