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“Rev. Jim Wallis��� most recent book ��� ���God's Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn't Get It��� ��� struck a chord this year and became an instant best-seller.”
“It can have the same truth conditions as a scoped sentence something like, ˜It might have been the case that: for some x, x is the famous humanist most closely associated with the Italian Renaissance and”
“It is commonly quoted as, It is better to give than to receive.”
“It is therefore not a matter of indifference whether ˜Socrates does not exist™ is rendered as ˜(Socrates) does not exist™ or as ˜It is not the case that (Socrates exists)™.”
“The next one was beautiful, but not It -- not _It_ -- not the Right”
“_ It was the _men_, _women_, and children's lot, &c. or, _It was the lot of_ the men, women, and children.”
“It would be more polite to make Andy _It_," said Owl.”
“It always introduces a substantive clause, and is equivalent to _that which_; as, _It is WHAT (that which) he wants_.”
“It can readily be imagined what a red-letter day it made in the boys life to have General Grant say: It might be better for us all to go down to dinner first and see the collection afterward.”
“QUOTATION: It is yet a higher speech of his than the other, It is true greatness to have in one the frailty of a man and the security of a god.”
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