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Bunyan he admired for his genius and perspicuous style rather than for his sentiments.
Mr. Hardy, in a very eloquent and perspicuous opening, stated the facts of the case.
The sermon delivered was simple, perspicuous, and well calculated to fix the attention of the audience.
They seem to me to be perspicuous and intelligible in every part and in every sentence.
In explaining and defending the doctrines and precepts of Christianity he was calm, perspicuous, and often very ingenious.
It is requisite that the language of an heroic poem should be both perspicuous and sublime.
Warton also notices his "perspicuous and musical numbers," and "the harmony, strength, and dignity" of his verses.
EPHEMERA CRITICAJOHN CHURTON COLLINS
Or else the same is effected by rendring those bodies opacous, which were before pellucid and perspicuous.
For, that continuity of parts is the cause of perspicuity, it is made perspicuous by two ways of experiment.
This is just what a Parliamentary report ought to be—calm, perspicuous, and decided.

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