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  • n. addition to a former number

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Addition to a former number.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of annumerating; addition.


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Latin annumeratio.


  • Neither shall we trouble you with a catalogue of conveniences, -- whereof men are put upon an express annumeration, when otherwise they do not appear, -- but commit the consideration of the tendence of the whole to every one's judgment, and conclude with the removal of a few obvious objections; being resolved hereafter, by God's assistance, to endeavour satisfaction about this way unto all, -- unless to such as shall be so simple or malicious as to ask whether this way be that of the Presbyterians or Independents.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • "miracles," and placed as a distinct effect of the Holy Ghost by itself; for that so it is, is evident both in the commission of Christ granting this power unto his disciple, and in the annumeration of these gifts in this and other places I answer, this seems to be done on a threefold account: 1.



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