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That the inconstancy of such notices, in cases equally important, proves they did not proceed from any such agent.
And the passage last quoted, according to the interpretation given of it, proves that the latter is to Covenant.
Another Christian argument is the claim that the faithfulness of the Christian martyrs proves Christianity to be true.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
If the editor forgets himself, as in the case cited, suit for libel is sure to be brought and often proves a serious thing.
I do not know whether it is due to jealous gods that the excessive enjoyment of wine proves its own penalty.
THE ART OF DRINKINGGEORG GOTTFRIED GERVINUS
Indeed, the whole osseous structure of those animals proves that they were formed to uprend the trees that gave them sustenance.
Of course, this proves our right and duty to live wherever we may choose; while the white race may only live where they can.
An author of modern times usually proves the ancients inferior to us in two ways: by reason and examples.
Somebody presumes to contradict him, and clearly proves to him that what he says is untrue.
The record proves positively that as criminals scientists are flunkies without a single recorded exception.

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION