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I will expound to the son of Peleus, and do you other Achaeans heed me and mark me well.
Few can translate the picture- parable; there are not twenty in all the world who can draw it surely without a copy: of those who can both draw and expound are but three.
I will expound to you -- as I alone can -- the secret of the enginery that effected the Rattleborough miracle -- the one, the true, the admitted, the undisputed, the indisputable miracle, which put a definite end to infidelity among the Rattleburghers and converted to the orthodoxy of the grandames all the carnal-minded who had ventured to be sceptical before.
For his errand at Torwood Park was a political one; it was the place of appointment named by no less a person than the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir Howard Horne, then introducing his so-called Socialist budget, and prepared to expound it in an interview with so promising a penman.
I need not expound the quaint old ritual of ransom, which it is incumbent upon me to keep up; and even this only applies to a part of the company.
I'm not of his persuasion now, but he's a good man, and he'll expound as well as any parson I know.
They tell me you expound the prophecies relating to Antichrist,' said he, when we were alone.
His emphasis might come from feelings more personal than those science roused in him, but it was disguised, and naturally he found it easy to expound and explain.
She found an ally in Helen, who proceeded to expound her views of the human race, as she regarded with complacency the pyramid of variegated fruits in the centre of the table.
Casaubon had chosen to expound his discontents-- his suspicions that he was not any longer adored without criticism-- could have denied that they were founded on good reasons?
I was about to expound these theories to Poirot, when his own words distracted me.
It is quite another thing that he should be able to give account of his faith and expound to another the theory of his self-union and freedom.