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  • v. keep in mind or convey as a conviction or view


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  • De Laboulaye told me a few days later that he was of the same view as the Brits, even though he acknowledged Iran might misinterpret the offer of carrots as a sign of weakness.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • Maria and Costas shifted closer for a better view as the folds of sealskin fell away.

    Crusader Gold

  • These are his handwritten transcriptions from the Douay-Rheims version of the Bible, which most scholars view as the most accurate English translation.

    The Ark

  • Awestruck, she drew in a breath and craned her neck to take in as much of the view as the small window allowed.

    The Aloha Quilt

  • Such, as we have seen, was ÉLIPHAS LÉVI'S view of ceremonial magic; and whatever may be said as concerns his own experiment therein (for one would have thought that the essential element of faith was lacking in this case), it is undoubtedly the true view as concerns the ceremonial magic of the past.

    Bygone Beliefs

  • But whatever exegetic view as to the visit to the sepulchre by the pious women and the appearance of the angels we may defend, we cannot deny the Evangelists 'agreement as to the fact that the risen Christ appeared to one or more persons.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • But it is evident that Mr. Volney did not ascend the hill to get a view of the spot, and that he supposed that that height may present as imposing a view as such a country admits.


  • Prof. Shaler takes nearly the same view as I do of the manner of development of the rattle; and I have always held this opinion since observing the Trigonocephalus in South America.

    The expression of the emotions in man and animals

  • Signs said that chains were required on all tires after October 15, and the surreal sight of snow-topped mountains moved into and out of our view as the road curled.

    The Italian Summer

  • Their promoting junior officers to the rank of major-generals, I view as a very civil way of requesting my resignation, as qualified for the office I hold.

    Angel in the Whirlwind


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