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She instructed Darby and Joan for an hour each morning in the mysteries of reading, writing, and counting.

Two Little TravellersFrances Browne Arthur

His imaginary world was peopled by women with pale faces and luxuriant auburn hair, pondering upon the mysteries of the universe.

Its very legend proved that it had always been the mute accomplice, the incorruptible custodian of the mysteries it had surprised.

It presented a blank wall of perfect indifference alike to the mysteries of the universe and to the solutions of them.

Books and CharactersLytton Strachey

It is a fearful thing to meddle with the ark which holds the mysteries of creation.

The Poet at the Breakfast TableOliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

Any one of these mysteries furnishes sufficient material to occupy the mind of man for hours.

Smith, she has furnished her adherents with a novel for their Bible; and it is said that a Key to its mysteries is forthcoming.

I desire not only to believe, but to absorb and to penetrate the mysteries of God.

Is there not wrapped up in the mysteries some teaching respecting a Son?'

SaroniaRichard Short

One by one Kenny was fated to solve his mysteries when he wanted to keep them.

KennyLeona Dalrymple


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