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30 indeed
30 lust
30 neither
30 son
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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indeed

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 5| cause of all objects, or indeed even if He is the cause 2 1, 24| himself. On this point, indeed, no question was ever raised 3 2, 11| them into doubt. Although, indeed, we often find Hebrew words 4 2, 12| roots. In this passage, indeed, the rest of the context 5 2, 13| and careful reader would indeed by an effort attain to the 6 2, 13| stronger than that of God. But indeed even the expression "sapientius 7 2, 20| would have been very strange indeed if the boots had eaten the 8 2, 22| matters of this kind (which, indeed, are only fit to be unlearnt 9 2, 29| charm is condemned; although indeed, where incantations and 10 2, 29| superstition, renders very little, indeed almost no assistance, in 11 2, 31| and is hated;" although, indeed, a style of speech which 12 3, 4| doubt about the meaning; or, indeed, if he had added "nostri", 13 3, 7| explanation of it, unless indeed the result be that I worship 14 3, 25| examples I have adduced are indeed by no means doubtful in 15 3, 29| learnt elsewhere, although indeed I have already given that 16 3, 30| expounded by their author, do indeed, when carefully considered, 17 3, 30| any of his rules; finding, indeed, that there was no need 18 3, 32| body of the Lord; but this indeed is not a suitable name, 19 4, arg| not to be neglected, being indeed specially necessary for 20 4, 3| discussing the rules themselves. Indeed, I think there are scarcely 21 4, 7| truth. If he had said, "I am indeed rude in speech, but not 22 4, 7| good return he made. And, indeed, I do not know whether this 23 4, 8| wholesome obscurity. They have indeed expressed themselves in 24 4, 8| obtained an esteem, not indeed equal to that with which 25 4, 14| species of eloquence which indeed says nothing that is false, 26 4, 18| great importance. Unless indeed we are prepared to say that, 27 4, 20| And, indeed, I must confess that our 28 4, 20| mental emotion. It uses, indeed, nearly all the ornaments 29 4, 23| on the other hand, not indeed always, but occasionally, 30 4, 29| There are, indeed, some men who have a good


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