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knoweth 2
knowing 11
knowledge 78
known 29
knows 13
kommata 2
koola 1
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30 world
29 end
29 her
29 known
29 understanding
29 written
28 account
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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known

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 1| and the mode of making known the meaning when it is ascertained. 2 1, 1| next of the mode of making known, the meaning; a great and 3 1, 34| says: "Yea, though we have known Christ after the flesh, 4 1, 34| through an equal an equal is known; and the Holy Spirit binds, 5 2, 1| the intention of making it known. This class of signs however, 6 2, 2| Holy Scriptures, were made known to us through men those, 7 2, 2| themselves by which they make known the desires in their mind. 8 2, 5| and wide, and thus became known to the nations for their 9 2, 12| the meaning is not well known, is deceived by an ambiguity 10 2, 15| or from jealousy, to make known to other nations, were, 11 2, 15| power of King Ptolemy, made known so long beforehand to the 12 2, 16| comparison. The fact so well known about the serpent, for example, 13 2, 23| past and future are made known, and turn out just as they 14 2, 29| state of things is made known to those who are ignorant 15 2, 29| of our Lord's passion, is known to most people; so the rising 16 2, 29| heavenly bodies are thoroughly known to very few. And this knowledge, 17 3, 30| when they were thoroughly known and duly applied, we should 18 3, 32| paths that they have not known; I will make darkness light 19 3, 34| have come to be commonly known, so that even uneducated 20 4, 1| and the mode of making known the meaning when it is ascertained. 21 4, 1| next of the mode of making known the meaning." As, then, 22 4, 1| about the mode of making known the meaning, in order if 23 4, 4| treated of must be made fully known by means of narrative. On 24 4, 10| things that are already well known, especially when men's expectation 25 4, 10| things that are very well known are told for the sake of 26 4, 10| style itself is already well known, if it be pleasing to the 27 4, 20| feeling, which is better known to me than it is to others, 28 4, 20| as unknown, and yet well known; as dying, and, behold, 29 4, 21| a good house ought to be known for such at the very threshold,


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