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21 second
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20 else
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20 forth
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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brought

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 14| to life. The disease was brought in through a woman's corrupted 2 1, 28| place, or circumstance, are brought into closer connection with 3 1, 30| the figure of the man who brought aid to him who was lying 4 2, 14| sort of way nurtured and brought up on the study of Holy 5 2, 16| olive branch which the dove brought with it when it returned 6 2, 23| those by which his ghost was brought up the less detestable; 7 2, 38| acuteness of ingenious men brought to light. ~ 8 2, 40| Egypt? How much Lactantius brought with him? And Victorious, 9 2, 41| boast vainly of the riches brought out from Egypt. "Purge me 10 2, 42| which the people of Israel brought with them out of Egypt was 11 3, 6| And hence their leaders brought it as a charge against Him 12 3, 8| slavery to such signs, but brought to nothing and cleared out 13 3, 36| same day, which shall be brought to a close by a day of judgment, 14 4, 7| the greater pleasure when brought to light. In this place, 15 4, 9| and these should never be brought before the people at all, 16 4, 12| of pleasure when they are brought to light and exposed. It 17 4, 20| each other are gracefully brought together. For example: " 18 4, 20| how gracefully all this is brought to a close in a period of 19 4, 21| Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and 20 4, 21| people from their enemies, he brought forth a kid of the goats,


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