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Christianity is not the bringing of new truth to us so much as the bringing of a new Person to us.

At this moment, a new person completed the scene, joining in it, if not as actor at least as interested spectator.

Gerfaut, CompleteCharles de Bernard

A flash of lighting enabled him to examine him from head to foot, an operation habitual to him on seeing any new person or thing.

Balsamo, The MagicianAlexander Dumas

So often as I revealed my visionary gifts to any new person, I regularly expected to hear the answer: 'It was not so.'

As it is a new person in international law, it is entitled to full personal freedom in entering into relations with other states.

International LawGeorge Grafton Wilson and George Fox Tucker

But it would matter if he looked up twenty times, and each time saw a new person sitting placidly for his portrait.

OrthodoxyG. K. Chesterton

A new person had come into the room and Midwinter had risen to meet him.

At the fourth sitting a new person, Professor Cardarelli, was introduced, and this new sitter disturbed conditions.

The Shadow WorldHamlin Garland

There is a constant sense of unrest, just as there is about a new person, that racks the nerves.

Perhaps the poor man would have died of asphyxia, had not a new person come on the stage.

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