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- v. To elicit information from a witness to show that the witness has knowledge of a matter before the witness testifies to the matter itself.
- v. To make a start.
At these, too, might be taught English grammar, the higher branches of numerical arithmetic, the geometry of straight lines and of the circle, the elements of navigation, and geography to a sufficient degree, and thus afford to greater numbers the means of being qualified for the various vocations of life, needing more instruction than merely menial or praedial labor, and the same advantages to youths whose education may have been neglected until too late to lay a foundation in the learned languages.
It is, indeed, an easy thing for you to gratify Satan, satiate the desire of your enemies, lay a foundation of troubles; -- it is but attending to the clamours of men without, and the tumultuating of lusts and carnal wisdom within, and the whole work is done.
Perhaps these statistical facts may lay a foundation for a study of the pathogenesis of these symptoms.
All of them have helped to lay a foundation for our work at Real Life Management.