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sought 7
soul 42
souls 2
sound 28
soundness 3
sounds 7
source 5
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28 power
28 question
28 saying
28 sound
28 taken
28 times
28 work
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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sound

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 6| called Deus (God). For the sound of those two syllables in 2 1, 6| tongue are led, when that sound reaches their ears, to think 3 1, 12| the inner eye when it is sound and clear, He condescended 4 1, 13| hearts becomes an outward sound and is called speech; and 5 1, 13| does not lose itself in the sound, but remains complete in 6 1, 25| desires to keep it safe and sound. And yet a man may have 7 2, arg| points out how all that is sound and useful in their science 8 2, 3| sweet but a significant sound, yet all these signs are 9 2, 4| last no longer than their sound, men have by means of letters 10 2, 8| with prejudices averse to a sound understanding. Now, in regard 11 2, 16| certain undefinable musical sound, and when referred to the 12 2, 17| obvious to remark that all sound, which is the material of 13 2, 17| instruments that give their sound when struck. ~ 14 2, 24| to a Latin. And the same sound, beta, which is the name 15 3, 3| arising out of the doubtful sound of syllables; and this of 16 3, 3| But sometimes when the sound of a syllable is doubtful, 17 3, 27| one that is not opposed to sound doctrine, he is free from 18 4, 7| these words. And even a man sound asleep must notice what 19 4, 7| herd; that chant to the sound of the viol. They thought 20 4, 7| said, "Ye who chant to the sound of the viol," seeing that 21 4, 7| say, "Ye who chant to the sound of the viol, and think that 22 4, 7| hear, "Ye who chant to the sound of the viol;" and then, 23 4, 16| Hold fast the form of sound words,; which thou hast 24 4, 16| that he may be able by sound doctrine both to exhort 25 4, 16| the things which become sound doctrine: that the aged 26 4, 27| which is established on sound doctrine. Wherefore our 27 4, 28| that he may be able by sound doctrine both to exhort 28 4, 31| who desires to labour in sound, that is, in Christian doctrine,


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