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It contemplates the education of every child, regardless of any distinction of society or nature.
A very few words, Sir, will show the nature of this peaceable remedy, and of the lawsuit which South Carolina contemplates.
Every law of God contemplates an immediate and an ultimate end.
Here, as everywhere, St. Paul contemplates these exclusive opposites as the sole issues of man's life, and of the Gospel ministry.
The student of history contemplates the rise and fall of nations and traces the causes which have led to their overthrow.
BEYONDHENRY SEWARD HUBBARD
The theoretical intellect studies and contemplates all intelligible existents which are separate from matter.
The Active Intellect contemplates itself, a pure intelligence.
It contemplates a higher, a more perfect beauty, more an intellectual than sensual enjoyment.
If he contemplates personal leadership he would do well to list his own qualifications.
The waiter contemplates the captured Duellist of Sex with affectionate commiseration, shaking his head slowly.
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