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speaks 14
special 2
specially 2
species 20
specimens 1
speech 75
speeches 4
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20 prophet
20 seeing
20 seems
20 species
20 unchangeable
20 uses
20 works
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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species

   Book, Chapter
1 2, 23| is not silent about this species of fornication of the soul; 2 2, 29| There is also a species of narrative resembling 3 2, 29| ignorant of it. To this species belongs all that has been 4 2, 29| other bodies. And of this species I have treated above, and 5 2, 39| stones, and metals, and other species of things that are mentioned 6 3, 30| and the law, the fourth to species and genus, the fifth to 7 3, 34| rule of Tichonius is about species and genus. For so he calls 8 3, 34| calls it, intending that by species should be understood a part, 9 3, 34| which that which he calls species is a part: as, for example, 10 3, 34| nations: the city he calls a species, all nations constitute 11 3, 34| difference between a part and a species. The rule is of course the 12 3, 34| genus of which this is a species. And hence these words have 13 3, 34| Now the species is not always overstepped, 14 3, 34| been speaking about the species, makes a transition at that 15 3, 34| transition at that point from the species to the genus, the reader 16 3, 34| guard against seeking in the species what he can find much better 17 3, 34| observe the way in which the species is overstepped and the genus 18 4, arg| shows that there are three species of style, the subdued, the 19 4, 14| pleasure is derived from that species of eloquence which indeed 20 4, 20| one who is skilled in this species of harmony would take the


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