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And perhaps Jane venerated him still more for his more stern and unimaginative philosophy.
These martyrs are still tolerably venerated by the people; however, there are at the present time but a few more remaining.
Not far from this is the monument of Nizam-ul-din, a very sacred and greatly venerated Mahomedan.
He has been venerated for more than two thousand years as a teacher of wisdom, and as a martyr for the truths he taught.
His scepticism was universal, and extended to religion, to philosophy, and to everything venerated and ancient.
Isis, the consort of Osiris, who with him presided at the judgment of the dead, was scarcely less venerated.
He is to be venerated as the instrument of God in saving his father's house and the land of Egypt.
Respect, however, was paid to the Acropolis; it was not abhorred as the seat of tyranny, but honoured and venerated as a temple.
He was a Toltec deity, and was venerated as the god of the air.
But how he must have venerated the rich man who entered into his little community, and gave up all his goods to the poor!
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