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- v. be part of
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Ani mation and reality inhere in Stonewall Jackson and Dick Ewell, because of their eccentricities, though there is always danger of historical distortion in overstressing peculiarities.
He realized for the County Palatine, as applied to colonization, whatever advantages inhere in it as a system.
These latter do not inhere in matter, but are co-principles with it in the constitution of material substances.