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neighbour 47
neighbouring 1
neighbours 3
neither 30
neptune 3
nequam 1
nerve 1
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30 bondage
30 indeed
30 lust
30 neither
30 son
30 thought
30 why
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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neither

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 21| chap. 21. Neither body nor soul extinguished 2 1, 21| that it is so in fact, that neither the human soul nor the human 3 1, 22| Neither ought any one to have joy 4 1, 24| raised by any sect. But neither does any man hate his own 5 1, 27| strict control, so that he neither loves what he ought not 6 1, 28| persons presented themselves, neither of whom had either from 7 1, 31| makes use of us. For if He neither enjoys nor uses us, I am 8 1, 32| But neither does He use after our fashion 9 1, 33| name of Paul?" And again: "Neither is he that planteth anything, 10 1, 33| that planteth anything, neither he that watereth; but God 11 2, 8| order, and are connected neither with the order of the preceding 12 2, 18| glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became 13 2, 35| false, for example, that neither in definition, nor in division, 14 3, 3| succeeding context; or if neither of these methods is applied 15 3, 3| difference can be made. But neither sense is opposed to faith. ~ 16 3, 4| Scripture is concerned, which neither the context, showing the 17 3, 7| result be that I worship neither? For any statue you like 18 3, 14| may say) that is, who were neither sunk in the deep sleep of 19 3, 20| apostles of our faith were neither puffed up when they were 20 3, 20| despised. And certainly neither sort of temptation was wanting 21 4, 10| according to the vulgar idiom is neither ambiguous nor obscure) not 22 4, 10| attentively upon him, it is neither customary nor decorous for 23 4, 12| if we fail in the third? Neither is it a necessity to give 24 4, 16| Spirit is given, yet that neither is he who planteth anything, 25 4, 18| again, which have to do with neither of these, and where the 26 4, 20| For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, 27 4, 21| feast, not with old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice 28 4, 21| notice that the style is neither subdued nor temperate, but 29 4, 26| it not plain that he can neither give pleasure nor enforce 30 4, 26| the Christian orator, be neither altogether without ornament,


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