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SOCRATES: But if not by knowledge, the only alternative which remains is that statesmen must have guided states by right opinion, which is in politics what divination is in religion; for diviners and also prophets say many things truly, but they know not what they say.
SOCRATES: Then we shall also be right in calling divine those whom we were just now speaking of as diviners and prophets, including the whole tribe of poets.
Gold and silver we will tell them that they have from God; the diviner metal is within them, and they have therefore no need of the dross which is current among men, and ought not to pollute the divine by any such earthly admixture; for that commoner metal has been the source of many unholy deeds, but their own is undefiled.
As the lost umbrella had spoilt the concert at Queen's Hall, so the lost situation was obscuring the diviner harmonies now.
With diviner features doth it now arise, seducing by its suffering; and verily
Nay, the very possibility of contradiction or disproof, however remote, communicates to this feminine judgment from the first, in nine cases out of ten, the weakness attendant on the testimony of an interested witness; so personally and strongly does the fair diviner connect herself with her divination.
Miss Ingram placed herself at her leader's right hand; the other diviners filled the chairs on each side of him and her.
Then I knew that not by wisdom do poets write poetry, but by a sort of genius and inspiration; they are like diviners or soothsayers who also say many fine things, but do not understand the meaning of them.
Not only could they leave Diviner on, but also a star tracker and its associated heaters for improved navigation.
Tenders are invited for Flushing, Diviner Of Yield Of Bore Hole And Maintenance Of Hand Pump At Nt-St Under Lodna Area
Set in 1919, The Water Diviner is a moving story about Australian Joshua Connor (Crowe) who travels to Turkey after the Battle of Gallipoli to try to locate his three missing sons.
This week's new releases THE WATER DIVINER 15,106mins An enthralling epic period adventure, starring Russell Crowe (who also makes his debut as director) as an Australian farmer who sets off to discover the fates of his sons who went missing in the battle of Gallipoli in Turkey during World War One.