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told 15
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tongue 17
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17 names
17 received
17 sight
17 tongue
17 various
17 weak
17 wish
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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tongue

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| words, and with a human tongue, opened to him the Scriptures. 2 1, 6 | yet all who know the Latin tongue are led, when that sound 3 1, 15 | their evil deeds. And what tongue can tell, or what imagination 4 2, 10 | who with us use the Latin tongue call it by this name. Signs 5 2, 11 | men who speak the Latin tongue, of whom are those I have 6 2, 11 | untranslatable into another tongue, of which the other two 7 2, 12 | the text in the original tongue. And yet to those who read 8 2, 13 | speech faulty in the Latin tongue, but it is ambiguous too, 9 2, 14 | words or idioms in our own tongue that we are unacquainted 10 3, arg | reference to the original tongue. In the case of figurative 11 3, 3 | looking into the original tongue, for in the Greek we find 12 3, 4 | reference to the original tongue, will suffice to explain. ~ 13 3, 19 | they are blown about on the tongue of flattery, and so become 14 4, 3 | to which, when you add a tongue thoroughly skilled by exercise 15 4, 18 | unworthy of the subject, a tongue of fire springs up out of 16 4, 20 | are better skilled in that tongue may determine. My opinion, 17 4, 20 | harmoniously even in the original tongue. ~


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