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Besides, inexperienced as she is-the creature of impulse-will she not fall a victim to some more artful and less generous lover?-to some one who in her innocence will see only forwardness; and who, far from protecting her as I should have done, will regard her but as the plaything of an hour, and cast her forth the moment his passion is sated!-Sated!
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What he will be likely to misconceive, unless he has reflected, is-the immensity of these changes.
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But what furnishes the matter of protest is-the _deduction of the title_ upon which Rome plants the right to be church at all.
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And the best o' the joke is-the key be gone, as I'm a sinner!
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Oh, he's a honey, he is-the dried up old crank.
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What a beast of a word that is-the detective's bugbear.
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This army of servants-which might be an army of slaves without a single manly right, so mute, impassive, and highly trained it is-the breeding of a tyrannous temper in the men, of a certain contempt for facts and actuality even in the best of the women.
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Now, my experience tells me that in country taverns in France, and Germany, and Belgium, and Switzerland, and Austria, the main topic of discussion is-the Parsons.
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You can't think how kind and pleasant he is,-the most amiable old man in the world; just such a man as Bernardin St. Pierre would have loved to describe.
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And how satisfying, how reassuring, how flattering to himself after all, such work really is-the work which deals with one as a scholar, formed, mature and manly.
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If I only had some one to go with me and hold a light and-there it is-the third time.
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To be sure you cannot take a good look at it, it is so bright; but there it is,-the star that gives us light and heat,-the sun himself.
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There it is,-the sacred sea.
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No, but that man is-the one that wouldn't let us take Toby.
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Ah, there he is-the man that charges his wretched wife with disloyalty and shame!
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I had better show you how it is-the preparation is upstairs under my wash-hand stand.
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You shall have the moon-face for your wife-your second wife, that is;-the first shall be the incomparable Puttee Rooge, who loves you to madness;-with Puttee Rooge, who is the wife, you shall have the wealth and rank of Bobbachy Bahawder, of whom his Highness intends to get rid.
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There are in it, indeed, further disclosures of God's mind and purposes, but its especial characteristic is-the reflection of the light of God from brightened faces and believing hearts.
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It is generally supposed that the 'Angel of the Lord' here is to be taken collectively, and that the meaning is-the 'bright-harnessed' hosts of these divine messengers are as an army of protectors round them who fear God.
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But the misery of it is-the reason why man's misery is great upon him is-mainly, I suppose, that he does not know what it is that he wants; that he thirsts, but does not understand what the thirst means, nor what it is that will slake it.
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Examples of Is-the

Example #1
O bitter thought, that the head of another should rest upon that bosom now so wholly mine!
Example #2
These disagreeable and regretful thoughts were, in turn, but weakly combated by the occasional self-congratulation that belongs to a just or generous act, and were varied by a thousand conjectures-now of anxiety, now of anger-as to the silence of Lucilla.
Example #3
And another mistake, which he is even more likely to make, is this: he will imagine that a new idea, even though the idea of an object so vast as God, cannot become the ground of any revolution more than intellectual-cannot revolutionize the moral and active principles in man, consequently cannot lay the ground of any political movement.
Example #4
He _must_ concede the changes.
Example #5
This deduction is so managed by Rome as to make herself, not merely a true church (which many Protestants grant), but the exclusive church.
Example #6
Not against the Christianity of Rome, because every Protestant Church, though disapproving a great deal of _that_, disaproves also a great deal in its own sister churches of the protesting household; and because every Protestant Church holds a great deal of Christian truth, in common with Rome.