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forms 9
fornication 2
forsake 2
forth 20
forthwith 2
fortius 3
fortunate 1
Frequency    [«  »]
20 brought
20 else
20 especially
20 forth
20 further
20 heathen
20 laid
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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forth

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| temple ye are," if God gave forth no oracles from His human 2 2, 2 | except the desire of drawing forth and conveying into another' 3 2, 5 | will, being at first set forth in one language, by means 4 2, 6 | which may not be found set forth in the plainest language 5 2, 23 | occurrence, as when a mule brings forth young, or an object is struck 6 2, 37 | the meaning as for setting forth the meaning when it is ascertained. 7 3, 7 | the mighty ocean flowing forth unceasingly, and whose hair 8 3, 9 | of our liberty has shone forth so clearly in the resurrection 9 4, 7 | fourteen sections burst forth with a vehemence which is 10 4, 7 | and care, but it flowed forth in wisdom and eloquence 11 4, 15 | what he is about to pour forth, and to be himself filled 12 4, 21 | sufferings typically set forth, in the case of Noah, when 13 4, 21 | but wine, and thus showed forth our Lord's passion. In the 14 4, 21 | Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and he was 15 4, 21 | their enemies, he brought forth a kid of the goats, and 16 4, 24 | impressiveness, but calls forth their tears. For example, 17 4, 26 | seems rather to be called forth by the nature of the subject: 18 4, 26 | so used, frequently calls forth applause so great that one 19 4, 26 | For the fact that it comes forth without either ornament 20 4, 29 | in which the truth is set forth to be delivered by a good


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