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  • However, we will suppose that they are an extraordinarily astute couple, who de - ceive evcryone upon this point. and conspire to murder the husband.


  • James is set out for Northamptonshire: pray re-ceive him kindly.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Henceforth, my dearest dear Miss Byron, said he, the moment he approached me (as I stood up to re-ceive him) I salute you undoubtedly mine And he saluted me with ardor I knew not which way to look So polite a lover, as 1 thought him!

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Note: Despite all studies of philological possibilities, it still remains difficult to con­ceive the genitive novi et aterni testamenti as dependent upon the mysterium immedi­ately following, which is already associ­ated with a genitive [fidei]; whereas Paul-Luke combine the words sanguis [meus novi] testamenti into a unit, at least as to sense, and Matthew-Mark do so even in form.

    What is "the mystery of faith"?

  • Why would Bek be able to re - ceive a summons of that sort when no one else could?

    Ilse Witch

  • He said you were a true hero and that you were to re - ceive the very best care, to spare no effort.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • And I growled like a beast, which is what the Essenes do to enforce a commandment they re - ceive from the Lord.

    The Gospel according to the Son

  • They had certainly noticed that the rich in these towns around Capernaum were often ready to re - ceive us.

    The Gospel according to the Son

  • I could also per - ceive how greed came forth from his body.

    The Gospel according to the Son

  • The last thing I was able to do was re-lease a plea to the Good Magician to help me; I wasn't sure he would re-ceive it, but it was too late to re-vise it.

    Roc and a Hard Place


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