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While subjects have the duty to re - monstrate with the ruler, he sees in China no formal constitutional restrictions on the emperor.
The purpose of this example is just to de monstrate how the 5800 detects keypresses, so you can see how multitouch could work.
But if a few circumstances demonstrate some facts, why doth not an union of all possible circumstances de - monstrate other facts?
If the Reftor fhall oppofe the Peacon - mffes having the fame Stations, in the Churches, that the Deacons had: I fhall defire him to de - monstrate, wherein the Office of a Deaconnefs differed from that of a Deacon.
Vindiciæ veritatis : or, An occasional defence of the principles and practices of the people called Quakers ; in answer to a treatise of John Stillingfleet's, mis-called Seasonable advice concerning Quakerism, &c.
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"I'se not," retorted her husband, assuming much solemnity, "I'se a 'umble an' 'flicted sarbent ob de Lawd, an' it's my duty to 'monstrate wid you.
That the Pope cannot err: that his decisions are to be received and obeyed on pain of sin, though all the world should judge them to be false; that the Pope is God upon earth; that his sentence and that of God are the same; and that to call his power in question, is to call in question the power of God: maxims equally shocking, weak, pernicious, and absurd; which did not require the abilities or learning of Father Paul to de - monstrate their falsehood, and destructive tendency.