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He brings out all their power, brilliancy and careering wildness, and makes the greatest sensation of them.
We have other things to engage us now, but I sometimes think all is not gain that the march of progress brings.
I drew back from the rim of Writing-On-the-Stone, that set of whispered phrases echoing in my ears.
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He is allowed one-third of it for himself, and, whatever price it brings, it must support his family for the next year.
This brings to my Memory (what I cannot help smiling at) the bountiful Banter, you at this time endeavoured to put upon me.
But we may indeed call a voyage fortunate, which brings us at last safe into port.
Herbert brings amazing fine detail about the night and day battle on the high ridges.
What will you be, some day, when Posey lays eggs, and brings out a brood of little chickens?
Evidence has been given, that the latter kind of oaths, viewed as promissory, brings under an engagement to God.
The swearing of an oath always brings under obligation to God, and therefore always includes the making of a vow.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION