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- v. form a critical opinion of
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“And,” Cly’rana continued, “was it appropriate for you to pass judgment on a servant when one of your elders is present in the house?
The Westminster Confession does not pass judgment on the children of heathens who die before coming to years of accountability.
At the best you are a trifle puzzled and amused that this raw boy, crawling up out of the mire of the abyss, should pass judgment upon your class and call it vulgar.
General Ransom were called upon to pass judgment upon the merits of the Kentuckian, and Ransom mounted him to show off his gaits.
Then by what right did Martin Eden emerge, as he had so recently emerged, from his rag-time and working-class songs, and pass judgment on the world's music?
Is it possible that Izumi Shikibu had been so rash as to pass judgment on some of Murasaki Shikibu's efforts?