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  • In the fubftance of the acquit - tance, which is the fame now and hereafter, from the guilt of fin, and puniQmient thereof, [2.]

    An Illustration of the Doctrines of the Christian Religion: With Respect to Faith and Practice ...

  • The determined look in her eyes-it was no longer sadness, but instead a kind of grim accep'tance'told him that he had heard correctly.

    Emperor of Ansalon

  • I loved that his philosophy celebrated freedom and responsibility, the dignity and worth of every individual, the danger of intrusive government, and the impor tance of politics to protecting those ideals.

    The Girl Who Beat Up Rove

  • I knelt beside him for some minutes, and then made my way to Mr. Turner's lodge-keeper, his house being the nearest, to ask for assis - tance.

    Sole Music

  • Some dis - tance away, Kahlan heard a night bird calling.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • This was their formal mark of accep - tance; henceforth they would be members of the Pack in all the ways of pups of their generation, except that they would be free to make permanent liaisons with other Pack members when they matured.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • Then, at a safe dis - tance, they ended the music.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • The mammoth had been ex - pressing concern since they spotted the city in the dis - tance.

    Stalling

  • Yet not long ago he berated HRC for the tance he now holds.

    Obama: Don't Be Confused, I'm Serious About Ending War

  • Bringing the building in on budget was possible only due to the hearty assĀ­isĀ­tance of Bauhaus teachers and students.

    The Bauhaus School, Dessau

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