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When the latter knows them, she becomes identical with them spiritually and not corporeally.
Within the time of betrothing, it is not allowable to be connected corporeally.
Within the time of betrothing it is not allowable to be connected corporeally, n. 305.
When Mr. Holt left the country, he gave Robert Wynn charge of the patient mentally as well as corporeally.
CEDAR CREEKELIZABETH HELY WALSHE
A servant-maid—corporeally enormous; but, as I soon found, in a totally undeveloped state, mentally—opened the door.
A ROGUE'S LIFEWILKIE COLLINS
They no longer fashioned themselves so brightly and corporeally.
Nor was the contest always merely spiritual: they engaged personally and corporeally.
Five senses have been given corporeally and mentally, inwardly and outwardly, to body and soul.
WHAT THE MOON SAW: AND OTHER TALESHANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
It will, I am sure, be to me intellectually what my morning's feast is corporeally.
The struggle is titanic, for these magicians can slay and be slain corporeally and incorporeally with equal ease.

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