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  • In this life the net of all-including love gathers every kind of fish into its wide folds, becoming all things to all men, sharing adversity or prosperity, rejoicing with them that do rejoice, and weeping with them that weep Rom.

    Paradiso, St Bernard of Clairvaux and Deus Caritas Est

  • You also fail to concede that there are places on earth where there is no major sea level rise at all-including areas with subsidence-my husband is an expert for one of those places: Crescent City, Ca., and there is no alarming rise there.

    Gore Gored: Monckton replies « Climate Audit

  • In the midst of the hoo-hah, Robert Novak, whose July 2003 column outing Ms. Plame triggered everything that's followed, announced that as soon as the case winds up, he'll break his attorney-advised silence and tell all-including, presumably, the identities of the two "senior administration officials" who blabbed about Ms. Plame with him.

    The Norman Evasion

  • A study in Zaire of 50 insects, reports Asia Week, indicated that all-including mosquitoes, tsetse flies and cockroaches-were infected.

    11: Human health care

  • The more the Commonwealth preserves its coherence across the oceans and continents, the better for all-including my own country.

    Empires of the Mind: Canada and the Commonwealth

  • That Life, the various, the all-including, the primal and one, who can consider it without longing to be of it, disdaining all the other?

    The Six Enneads.

  • Life nor a uniate complete divine Mind, nor does it give itself whole and all-including to its subject.

    The Six Enneads.

  • How can other things exist over and above this all-including amalgam?

    The Six Enneads.

  • Inasmuch as it recognizes the existence -- though not the separate and independent existence -- of many persons; inasmuch as it regards both God and man as persons, without attempting {121} to merge the existence of either in one all-including, comprehensive consciousness, it may further be described as a form of

    Philosophy and Religion Six Lectures Delivered at Cambridge

  • It denies the validity of content of universal concepts, and scornfully rejects the mere possibility of universal, all-including or even many-including, reality.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

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