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On this subject there are two theories, each of which has advocates among our most eminent statesmen.
The first is refuted by its own consequences which only very few of its advocates were bold enough to adopt.
A HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL JEWISH PHILOSOPHYISAAC HUSIK
The apparent indeterminateness of the future, upon which some advocates of free will rely, is merely a result of our ignorance.
We wish to have these two also as objects of our veneration, as our protectors and our advocates.
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF KATERI TEKAKWITHAELLEN H. WALWORTH
The former were the advocates of the air vessel of which the balloon is a type.
THE DOMINION OF THE AIRJ. M. BACON
There are two methods of putting in the bulbs, each of which has advocates among practised growers.
Its advocates make great claims that are at variance with the facts.
Other advocates of the Western alliance were dismissed from their places, and the policy of neutrality carried the day at Berlin.
HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE 1972-1878C. A. FYFFE
Some of the things it advocates ought to be possible of accomplishment within a few years.
OUR NATIONAL DEFENSE:GEORGE HEBARD MAXWELL
Mr. Punch very heartily commends the cause and its advocates to his gentle readers.