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leads 3
leafy 1
leagues 3
learn 31
learned 23
learning 12
learns 2
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31 eloquent
31 hearer
31 interpretation
31 learn
31 matters
31 means
31 present
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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learn

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| are able and willing to learn, if God our Lord do not 2 pref, 0| put away false pride and learn whatever can be learnt from 3 pref, 0| to God, that they too may learn by the inward teaching of 4 1, 15 | diligent preparation, and learn by holy living to long for 5 1, 34 | unchangeable God. And hence we may learn how essential it is that 6 2, 6 | among them?" Does the hearer learn anything more than when 7 2, 12 | two things. For we must learn not to interpret, but to 8 2, 14 | we have leisure we must learn the tongues ourselves, or 9 2, 14 | attention to the matter and learn all about it. So great, 10 2, 18 | we ought not to refuse to learn letters because they say 11 2, 28 | Anything, then, that we learn from history about the chronology 12 2, 32 | that they may be able to learn and teach it; for it exists 13 2, 34 | opinions. In the former case we learn what is consequent, what 14 2, 41 | Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and 15 3, 18 | that mere of good hope may learn the salutary lesson, both 16 3, 19 | of crime. Let them, then, learn how trying and difficult 17 4, 3 | But only by those who can learn them quickly; for the masters 18 4, 3 | sayings any one who cannot learn this art quickly can never 19 4, 3 | quickly can never thoroughly learn it at all. Whether this 20 4, 3 | therefore, as infants cannot learn to speak except by learning 21 4, 4 | attentive, and ready to learn, whether he has found them 22 4, 8 | those who are willing to learn, and with a view also to 23 4, 9 | have an earnest desire to learn the truth, and should have 24 4, 10 | which men who desire to learn ought to be taught. And 25 4, 15 | know and to teach should learn all that is to be taught, 26 4, 15 | those who are willing to learn? ~ 27 4, 16 | until God makes him ready to learn from Himself, that God who 28 4, 19 | instructed so that he may learn something? But when we come 29 4, 20 | their arrangement), he will learn that these divinely-inspired 30 4, 27 | many who are anxious to learn; though, as it is written, 31 4, 27 | despising the preacher they learn to despise the word that


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