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The propitiation required antecedently to a revelation was indeed offered.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWSTHOMAS CHARLES EDWARDS
With inexorable logic, each conclusion is deduced from what has been antecedently admitted as indisputable.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
Such was the history of this man antecedently to his being placed in the situation in which I had first encountered him.
CALEB WILLIAMSWILLIAM GODWIN
When a man is ill and after deliberation concludes that it be well to see a doctor, the doctor doubtless exists antecedently.
ESSAYS IN EXPERIMENTAL LOGICJOHN DEWEY
It is antecedently true only if it can bring about these changes.
THE PRAGMATIC THEORY OF TRUTH AS DEVELOPED BY PEIRCE, JAMES, AND DEWEYDELTON LORING GEYER
Lastly, there are considerations per contra, rendering an incarnation antecedently probable.
THOUGHTS ON RELIGIONGEORGE JOHN ROMANES
With reference to this theory it is only needful to say that it is antecedently improbable, and not well substantiated by facts.
ANIMAL INTELLIGENCEGEORGE J. ROMANES
Certain things are antecedently assumed, and the answer depends entirely on the truth of those assumptions.
AMUSEMENTS IN MATHEMATICSHENRY ERNEST DUDENEY
It was both specific and antecedently probable, and should have determined the admiral's action.
TYPES OF NAVAL OFFICERSA. T. MAHAN
It is not lawful for superiors to impose anything in the worship of God that is not antecedently necessary.
BOOKS CONDEMNED TO BE BURNTJAMES ANSON FARRER

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