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But in order to deal with capital, capital you must have, or else find some innocent Gentile to lend it you at an easy rate.
THE SURPRISES OF LIFEGEORGES CLEMENCEAU
She put her hands over her eyes and sank upon her knees, and Maestro Gentile knelt beside her.
THE ROYAL PAWN OF VENICEMRS. LAWRENCE TURNBULL
These new wants and interests were not only alien to the old gentile order, but thwarted it in every way.
With this fundamental constitution, civilization had accomplished things for which the old gentile society was no match whatever.
The gentle-man—gentile-man—who respected his own gens, or family, or pedigree, was bound to be gentle.
DAILY THOUGHTSCHARLES KINGSLEY
The Jew, spiritually sensitive and intellectually acute, becomes an "amateur Gentile."
The coucil of the tribe is composed of the aggregated gentile councils.
Each gentile chief is responsible for the military training of the youth under his authority.
Thus two new elements were introduced into the old gentile constitution that were incompatible with its very nature.
With the breaking up of the old gentile organization the power and influence of woman rapidly declined.

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