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“But it denies empatically that any Christian may reject or call in question any truth, small or great, revealed by God.”
“Various meanings have been assigned to the Feast of Trumpets; but there seems to be no sufficient reason to call in question the common opinion of Jews and Christians, that if was the festival of the New Year's day of the civil year, the first of Tisri, the month which commenced the sabbatical year and the year of jubilee.”
“Let not the vanquished in later "internals" make wry face or call in question the wisdom of reversal of that effete and antiquated aphorism or dictum.”
“Should Lady Eustace think proper to call in question the propriety of this decision on the part of Lord Fawn, she had better refer the question to some friend, and Lord Fawn will do the same.”
“Regarding this service as unquestionably due from all domicilled foreigners by the laws of nations, I can only regret that the British Consul felt it his duty to call in question the right of the State to demand it.”
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