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Yes--that told you to rejoice and be glad, you know; that's why father named 'em the 'rejoicing texts.
And so your father--liked those 'rejoicing texts,' " he murmured.
Why, it was those texts, too, father said, that made HIM think of the game--he began with ME on the crutches--but he said 'twas the rejoicing texts that started him on it.
He glibly recited an old Golden Text learned several weeks ago.
Subjects for consideration are suggested by the text.
Questions for consideration are suggested in the text, but students should be able to state definitely just what are the things that make Gray's 'Elegy' a great poem and should form definite opinions as to the rank of 'The Bard' and 'The Progress of Poesy' among lyrics.
Otherwise read from the essays named in the text or from Professor L.
Nicomachean Ethics, 1819; mainly from text of Bekker, by D.
Eryx might perhaps make the meaning intelligible, and suggest my proposed restoration of the text to the reader as readily as it did to myself.
But lines enclosed in brackets are almost always genuine; all that brackets mean is that the bracketed passage puzzled some early editor, who nevertheless found it too well established in the text to venture on omitting it.
He quoted several texts (for he was well read in Scripture), such as,
Mr Allworthy answered to all this, and much more, which the captain had urged on this subject, "That, however guilty the parents might be, the children were certainly innocent: that as to the texts he had quoted, the former of them was a particular denunciation against the Jews, for the sin of idolatry, of relinquishing and hating their heavenly King; and the latter was parabolically spoken, and rather intended to denote the certain and necessary consequences of sin, than any express judgment against it.