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And I am told that the governor ordained what had to be done, namely, to make no investigations against the dead woman.
As far above the interference of man as is the government of the external universe, is that designated the covenant, as ordained.
Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings hast thou ordained strength (founded glory).
Just a few priests ordained in the Roman Catholic Church have joined the schismatic cause.
They despise the word of him who ordained that good the most extensive should come to sinners through that covenant.
The covenant of God, as ordained by him, manifests that the exercise of vowing unto him was also ordained.
Perhaps the fates have ordained me to be the historian of wine, in the very meaning of my name—ger-wn, not gr-wn.
THE ART OF DRINKINGGEORG GOTTFRIED GERVINUS
Men acknowledge the British Constitution at present as a power ordained of God.
And they ordained by a common statute, and decree, that all the nation of the Jews should keep those days every year.
It was said a long time ago that the princes seem ordained to do all they do themselves.

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