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Yet, I repeat, man is potentially a man, however far he may be from actual manhood.

At the time she came to Martin's shack, she was potentially any one of a half dozen women.

Every inadaptation of the individual to society is potentially comic.

I still remain the sinner, fundamentally and potentially at every step the sinner.

Try as he would he could not get away from the idea that potentially he shared Dick's guilt.

In this way all our past experience is potentially available to the present.

When our switches here are open, however, it exists only potentially.

In Him alone we can come to our sonship, to that which is from the first, potentially, our own.

Its future, if still a trifle vague, was potentially immense.

But they need an agent to bring to actuality what is in them potentially.

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