commixture

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There is rarely any rising, but by a commixture of good and evil arts.

The opposition of colours, though not the commixture, may be called a war.

Chinese Buddhism is often spoken of as a strange and corrupt degeneration, a commixture of Indian and foreign ideas.

The mode and time of the commixture are matters altogether beyond our knowledge.

Though injured by the commixture of foreign elements, A has still much of the original story.

The repaired crenellations, the inserted patches of the walls of the outer circle, sufficiently express this commixture.

Neither do we this by chance, but we know beforehand of what matter and commixture, what kind of those creatures will arise.

Unqualified assertions are usually qualified lies; for every thing in this world is a commixture of good and evil.

In the spiritual world a variety and commixture of affections is distinctly perceived in sound.

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