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  • adjective Obsolete spelling of natural.

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Examples

  • But the Right of Nature, that is, the naturall Liberty of man, may by the Civill Law be abridged, and restrained: nay, the end of making Lawes, is no other, but such

    Leviathan

  • Item, we gyve as good as bequest unto my saied sister Jone xx.li. as good as all my wearing apparrell, to be paied as good as delivered inside of a singular yeare after my deceas; as good as we buck will as good as ready unto her a residence with thappurtenaunces in Stratford, wherein she dwelleth, for her naturall lief, underneath a yearlie lease of xij. d.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Item, we gyve as good as bequest unto my saied sister Jone xx.li. as good as all my wearing apparrell, to be paied as good as delivered inside of a singular yeare after my deceas; as good as we buck will as good as ready unto her a residence with thappurtenaunces in Stratford, wherein she dwelleth, for her naturall lief, underneath a yearlie lease of xij. d.

    Philadelphia Reflections: Shakspere Society of Philadelphia

  • Anticipating resistance, the council ordered the delegation to give Mary's household a civics lesson: "in the whiche clause ye shall use the reasons of their naturall deuty and allegaeaunce that they owe as subjectes to their Sovereign Lorde, which derogateth all other erthly duetyes."

    From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558

  • It may lead some to conclude it is another assault on food and the family farm and more specifically on the rapidly growing movement of sustainable agriculture and naturall

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Breaking . . . More on U.S. EPA Cow Gas Tax: Leave My Cows Behind �� Journal of Whole Food and Nutrition

  • In Bacon, Sylva sylvarum: or a naturall historie, in ten centuries.

    Philosophy of Technology

  • In laws that which is naturall bindeth universallie, that which is positive not so.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Regarding the law of nature, Hooker reiterated Thomas' emphasis on the role of reason: "those lawes are investigable by reason without the helpe of revelation supernaturall and divine ... meaning thereby the law which humaine nature knoweth itselfe in reason ... comprehendeth all those thinges which men by the light of their naturall understanding evidently know".

    Iris Robinson, theological ignorance and the law of God

  • In laws that which is naturall bindeth universallie, that which is positive not so.

    Iris Robinson, theological ignorance and the law of God

  • Regarding the law of nature, Hooker reiterated Thomas' emphasis on the role of reason: "those lawes are investigable by reason without the helpe of revelation supernaturall and divine ... meaning thereby the law which humaine nature knoweth itselfe in reason ... comprehendeth all those thinges which men by the light of their naturall understanding evidently know".

    Archive 2008-07-01

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