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  • ~~~~~~~~~French Vocabulary~~~~~~~~ on a eu assez = we'd had enough; la mort = death; toutou = doggie

    Braise The Dog

  • (Braise, in the background, continues to play dead, unfazed by the toutou* torture ...)

    Braise The Dog

  • Braise, in the background, continues to play dead, unfazed by the toutou* torture...

    Braise The Dog

  • All they had of this kind was their own logismoi, their reasonings or imaginations; whereby they commenced suzetetai tou aionos toutou, "the great disputes of the world;" but in them they "waxed vain, and their foolish heart was darkened," Rom. i.

    Meditations and Discourses on the Glory of Christ

  • Certainly, these tremendous mysteries are not by us willingly to be exposed, or prostituted to the cavils of every perverse querist and disputer; — those suzētētai tou aiōnos toutou, [1] whose pretended wisdom (indeed ignorance, darkness, and folly) God has designed to confound and destroy in them and by them.

    A Brief Declaration and Vindication of The Doctrine of the Trinity

  • The latter interpretation, however, is more agreeable both to the phrase and to the context; for the pronoun, toutou must not be referred to Swmatov "the body," but to

    The Works of James Arminius, Vol. 2

  • On account of the construction, which declares that the pronoun, toutou "this," must not be referred to the body, but to death.

    The Works of James Arminius, Vol. 2

  • See the parable of the unjust Steward, in which the popular sense of [Greek: phronaesis] is strongly brought out; [Greek: ephaenesen ho kurios ton oikonomon taes adikias oti phronimos epoiaesen hoti ohi viohi tou aionos toutou phronimoteroi, k.t.l.] -- Luke xvi.

    Ethics

  • Dēmētrianos, Phirmilianos de Kaisareias tēs Kappadokōn, kai epi toutois tōn kata Ponton ekklēsiōn Grēgorios kai o toutou adelphos Athēnodōros. —

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

  • Dēmētrianos, Phirmilianos de Kaisareias tēs Kappadokōn, kai epi toutois tōn kata Ponton ekklēsiōn Grēgorios kai o toutou adelphos

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

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  • doggie (French baby talk)

    December 20, 2007