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“A man is as effectually hindered from taking a walk by the [Greek: allotria haedouae] of reading a novel, as by the [Greek: oikeia lupae] of gout in the feet.”
“My gracious Master has no leisure for lectures on artistic subjects that I might concoct in the Eternal City; and if I tried to enlighten him in any such way his first and only word in reply would be "Why does not Liszt come back, in place of writing such allotria?”
“Neither do I know how I got out of the room; but next morning when the sun rose, and I found myself lying in bed at Master Seep his ale-house, the whole _casus_ seemed to me like a dream; neither was I able to rise, but lay a-bed all the blessed Saturday and Sunday, talking all manner of _allotria_.”
“They are ta allotria, not our own; for they are foreign to the soul and its nature and interest.”
“Riches are ta allotria (Luke xvi. 12); they are another's, and we ought not to talk too much of their being our own.”
“* prophetes gar idion men ouden apophthengetai, allotria de panta hupechountos hetepou:  1”
“The principles of Plato are not foreign ([Greek: allotria]) to the teaching of Christ, but they do not agree in every respect.”
“Philo, t.iv. p. 116, ed. Pfeifferi, -- prophetes gar idion men ouden apophthengetai, allotria de panta hupechountos hetepou); and that he was the messenger of God, and the declarer of His will.”
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Die Liste der Lieblingsworte, die ich regelmässig ans Ende meiner Blogeinträge zu setzen pflege. Blog? Ja, nämlich da: http://gebsn.twoday.net
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