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hen 1
hence 15
henceforth 1
her 29
herb 3
herbs 1
herd 4
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30 why
30 world
29 end
29 her
29 known
29 understanding
29 written
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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her

   Book, Chapter
1 2, 2| his mate, or is called by her in turn; and many signs 2 2, 21| ancestress Venus had given her name to this star before 3 2, 21| not by any law transfer to her heirs what she had never 4 2, 29| tell, when he has found out her age today, what her age 5 2, 29| out her age today, what her age was any number of years 6 2, 29| years ago, or what will be her age any number of years 7 4, 20| and is in bondage with her children. But Jerusalem 8 4, 21| bright virginity adds to her numbers, in the same proportion 9 4, 21| not mingling the purity of her affection with any dross 10 4, 21| delighting in study; not placing her confidence in uncertain 11 4, 21| not man, as the guide of her conscience; injuring no 12 4, 21| well to all; dutiful to her elders, not envious of her 13 4, 21| her elders, not envious of her equals; avoiding boastfulness, 14 4, 21| virtue. When did she wound her parents even by a look? 15 4, 21| When did she quarrel with her neighbours? When did she 16 4, 21| There is nothing haughty in her eyes, nothing bold in her 17 4, 21| her eyes, nothing bold in her words, nothing wanton in 18 4, 21| words, nothing wanton in her gestures: her bearing is 19 4, 21| wanton in her gestures: her bearing is not voluptuous, 20 4, 21| bearing is not voluptuous, nor her gait too free, nor her voice 21 4, 21| nor her gait too free, nor her voice petulant; so that 22 4, 21| voice petulant; so that her outward appearance is an 23 4, 21| appearance is an image of her mind, and a picture of purity. 24 4, 21| outside. Why need I detail her sparingness in food, her 25 4, 21| her sparingness in food, her superabundance in duty, 26 4, 21| woman who desires to alter her natural appearance pronounces 27 4, 21| condemnation on herself; and her eager endeavours to please 28 4, 30| the temporal welfare of her race, that God would put 29 4, 30| would put fit words into her mouth, how much more ought


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