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It was not for poor Pepsy to take issue with this master mind.

However, I did feel impelled to take issue with him on one point.

His respect for Mr. Waring, he said, made him hesitate to take issue with him.

Just here it is that psychology begins to take issue with the popular idea.

For weeks I had not the courage to take issue with the learned judge.

The United Irish League determined to take issue with him on this.

By that sign, you shall know that I am going to take issue with you.

"You take issue with Philadelphus in that," Laodice interposed.

Lite showed a disposition to stop and take issue with the shooters who kept up a spiteful firing from the ridge.

He did not hesitate to take issue with the theories and statements of Galen, and criticised those who adopted them too servilely.

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