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We have seen enough elsewhere of the multiplication of Commentaries on the Sentences of the Lombard and other scholastic works.
At these early types of Poor Law schools the children received both scholastic and industrial training.
The mass of newspaper readers are not, in a scholastic sense, well-educated persons.
His real education, as distinct from his scholastic one, had been immensely advanced thereby.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
It is not the purpose of this volume to offer a mere textbook or a scholastic essay on historical events.
The notion that there must be something immovable which moves all other things, is the old scholastic error of a primum mobile.
With the closing of the scholastic season came the elections in the Houses.
THE VARMINTOWEN JOHNSON
For him, as for all the scholastic philosophers, matter was composed of two principles, as they were called.
Doctor Eck was superior to Luther in reputation, in dialectical skill, in scholastic learning.
The era of the purely scholastic occupation and no other for the scholastically trained woman has come to an end.

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