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clause 8
clauses 12
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clean 5
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12 becomes
12 belong
12 born
12 clauses
12 context
12 deliver
12 difference
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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clauses

   Book, Chapter
1 4, 7| of voice, which we call clauses and sections (membra et 2 4, 7| Greeks call "periodos", the clauses of which are suspended on 3 4, 7| subjoined is completed in three clauses, of which the first is, " 4 4, 7| call "kommata", and the clauses and periods of which I spoke 5 4, 7| exalt himself." Next three clauses (membra): if "a man smite 6 4, 7| And to this he adds two clauses in a tone of inquiry: "Who 7 4, 7| of the herd." These six clauses form three periods of two 8 4, 7| its beauty: six separate clauses running on, the same pronoun 9 4, 7| beautiful as it is, the clauses being joined in pairs under 10 4, 7| costliest ointment." These three clauses are best pronounced when 11 4, 20| though expressed in single clauses, are terminated by a period 12 4, 20| a climax, or of sonorous clauses, and sections, and periods?


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