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Now this is enough, namely, exclusion of inconsistency, along with miracles.
PASCAL'S PENSESBLAISE PASCAL
In such a place and at such an hour the assembly of witches and wizards plotted against the saints of God, namely, the Puritans.
In ancient Egypt, two modes of writing were practised, namely, the common and the hieroglyphic.
The narrative may now return to the central business, namely, the expedition against the Chins.
THE PACIFICATION OF BURMASIR CHARLES HAUKES TODD CROSTHWAITE
Some years after Robert's death, namely in 1323, his widow married for the third time.
But animism would seem sometimes to be used by Dr. Tylor in a wider sense, namely, as "a doctrine of universal vitality."
ANTHROPOLOGYROBERT MARETT
The city itself included two other hills, namely, the Palatine and the Capitoline.
What is derived from experience has only comparative universality, namely, that which is obtained through induction.
The poems themselves contain only one reference to writing, namely in Il.
THE HEROIC AGEH. MUNRO CHADWICK
He lied, for he dared not tell the truth; namely, that the young Navajo was his informant.
THE DELIGHT MAKERSADOLF BANDELIER

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