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Scarcely was Mohammed buried when his religion manifested its inevitable destiny of overpassing the bounds of Arabia.
He was only required to lay his colours smoothly, and to avoid overpassing the boundaries laid down for him.
But we can hardly suppose that the Amorites, much less the Hittites, were of overpassing stature.
The floor of this sewer was formed of large limestone slabs overpassing the inside width of the channel by several inches.
But it is not their abuse of Scripture, which will justify our overpassing it with neglect.
Mahometanism, even during the life of its founder, gave unmistakable indications of overpassing the bounds of Arabia.
What is distance, if viewed apart from the means at disposal for overpassing it?
Overpassing purely vegetable life, its earliest products are organized, sensitive, living.
THE SEAJULES MICHELET
The time has come for conference, but not yet for any facile overpassing of the facts and reasons for historical separations.
The tornado, overpassing river and plain, burst on the southern hills.
THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON

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