many-sidedness

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This is, in fact, but the necessary consequence of the many-sidedness of our duties.

Many-sidedness was almost essential as a pretext for the Innovators.

Trevena's many-sidedness will be apparent only when there is a definitive edition of his work.

It is this many-sidedness that leads to the different estimates that are formed of him.

On the other hand, the pure passion-letters lack as a rule this many-sidedness.

His many-sidedness, it is not too much to say, had no equal.

The feeling of the beauty of the world, and of its catholicity and many-sidedness, returned to her.

The many-sidedness of the Bible, its appeal to man's whole nature, is one of the most marked proofs of its superhuman origin.

The many-sidedness of the problems thus unified in a common application is worthy of emphasis.

But, besides this, a manifold Gospel was needed, in order to meet the wants of man in the many-sidedness of his development.

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