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  • The smoke of battle covered miles of the great gulf.

    The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker

  • I bring my wife and my little Babette; and that was how we sail back to the great gulf.

    The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker

  • _Amaraca-pan_; that the name _Amaraca_ occurs frequently in this region, as (_A_) _mar-aca-ibo_, the great gulf where the Lake-Dwellers live.

    Amerigo Vespucci

  • Romans, and of "Our Father who art in the heavens" in our own divinely taught prayer, instead of indulging in wild speculations about the chance belief of some ancient chief or patriarch, transmitted across continents and seas and even across the great gulf that has always divided the Aryan from the Semitic civilization and preserved through ages of darkness and unbelief, saw in it the common yearning of the human soul to find rest on a loving Father's almighty arm; yet when our oriental missionaries and scholars found such fundamental truths of their own religion as the common brotherhood of man, and that love is the vital force of all religion, which consists not in blood-oblations or in forms and creeds, but in shunning evil and doing good, and that we must overcome evil by good and hatred by love, and that there is a spiritual world and life after death embodied in the teachings of

    The Dawn and the Day Or, The Buddha and the Christ, Part I

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