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It contains in an aphoristic form the main doctrines of the longer work.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 9, SLICE 6VARIOUS
No, do not be brilliant and aphoristic, Manuel, for I want you to help me more practically in this matter.
FIGURES OF EARTHJAMES BRANCH CABELL
Never lengthy, always aphoristic, he says more in five minutes than all the "wax-works" on the dais drone or spout in hours.
THE ETHICS OF MEDICAL HOMICIDE AND MUTILATIONAUSTIN O'MALLEY
Such dissimilar matters, coming from all quarters, were melted down into this vast body of aphoristic knowledge.
CURIOSITIES OF LITERATURE, VOL. 3 (OF 3)ISAAC DISRAELI
Short aphoristic chapters will therefore best answer the purpose.
THE JEWISH STATETHEODOR HERZL
Many are tied up in aphoristic bundles for better preservation.
BEAST AND MAN IN INDIAJOHN LOCKWOOD KIPLING
"It is rich, aphoristic, orderly, and precise" (Clifford Allbutt).
THE POPES AND SCIENCEJAMES J. WALSH
But in addition there is much wisdom and a remarkable power of casting his observations into a compact, aphoristic form.
A SHORT BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH LITERATUREJOHN W. COUSIN
Still, the importance of the subject requires that some points should be given, be they ever so aphoristic.
A SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE BY AMERICAN AUTHORS, VOL. IIVARIOUS
We have here a curious specimen of aphoristic poetry, the idea borrowed probably from the Proverbs of Solomon.
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