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Abstracted from the merit of Christ, we can do nothing towards our justification; and from the Spirit of Christ nothing towards our sanctification.
Abstracted, that is, separate, from these they are mere figments of reason; for they are like sight apart from an eye, hearing apart from an ear, taste apart from a tongue, and so forth.
Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Love and the Divine Wisdom
 'Abstracted' rather, I should have said, and with perfect skill, by
When not complaining about NASA, he blogs at The Abstracted Engineer.
Abstracted from the present, she saw another green garden.
Abstracted or narcissistic, seeking communion, we confess.
The 29th Steinbeck Festival 2009 Exhibition, From This Stone and Anvil: Arthurian Legend Exposed and Abstracted August 7 – November 2, 2009, will showcase the works of The Octopi Collective, a group of young, multi-faceted, professional artists based in Monterey County.
Making Medieval Studies Matter: Arthurian-Themed Exhibition at the National Steinbeck Center (August-November 2009)
Abstracted from animal totems, ancestral spirits, folk heroes, natural forces, gods of the hearth, these symbols construct a network of potential patrons, any of whom might favour the individual who respects them.
Abstracted by H.H. Chapman as "Approval of report of committee on forests and wildlife and of the principles stated therein."
Abstracted as "Wastes in utilization" in Southern Lumberman 121: 1574 (Nov 28, 1925), 39-40.
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