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  • [Greek: Engus gar nuktos de kai aematos eisi keleuthoi.]

    On Human Nature

  • As it stands, however, we can only refer it to the clause which follows, {ou gar arotai eisi alla nomades}, and even so there is no real solution of the difficulty, for it is not explained why nomads should have blinded slaves.

    The History of Herodotus

  • * Kai ohi meta logou biosantes Christianoi eisi: [5424] 1

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • [74] Kai ohi meta logou biosantes Christianoi eisi.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • And this various distribution, as it is an act of the Holy Spirit, produceth diairesin; Diareseis charismaton eisi, -- "There are diversities of gifts," 1 Cor. xii.


  • He replies, that he has no leisure, being hindered by many matters of private and public importance; and he adds, "I have certain mistresses which will not allow me to be absent from them day nor night, on account of the spells and charms, which learning, they receive from me" -- [Greek: eisi de kai philai moi, ai oute hemeras oute nuktos aph autôn easousi me apienai, philtra te manthanousai par emon kai epôdas.]

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 54, No. 338, December 1843

  • [4] [Greek: "autos de eikasa têde kai hote melanchroes eisi kai oulotriches."]

    The Negro

  • * Ioudaioi kath 'hekastēn polin eisi pamplētheis Asias te kai Surias:

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

  • Emou de parachrēma pur en tē psuchē anēphthē kai erōs eiche me tōn prophētōn kai tōn andrōn ekeinōn, hoi eisi Christou philoi: [960] 1

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

  • In § 2 Irenæus inveighs violently against the Gnostic doctrines of natural goodness and wickedness: [Greek: pantes tês autês eisi physeôs].

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)


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