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A Greek philosopher living in the days of the youth of Christianity, being full of the Christian element, though not a professing Christian, wrote thus: ‘It is my belief that religion is the very foundation of true civilization’.
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I heard Mr. Petulengro say, ‘it thundreth.
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I was asking, brother, whether you believe in dukkeripens?’ ‘I do not, Mr. Petulengro; but this is strange weather to be asking me whether I believe in fortunes.’ ‘Grondinni,’ said Mr. Petulengro, ‘it haileth.
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I replied; ‘it is very difficult to live in this town without money.’ ‘How much money did you bring with you to town?’ demanded the publisher.
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It is bad enough, I daresay,’ said the Armenian; ‘it will, however, be time enough to think of disposing of the money when I have procured it.
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I, ‘it is an excellent book for those who can understand it; it was not exactly suited to you, and perhaps it had been better that you had never read it—and yet, who knows?
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No,’ said he, ‘it is not, but lift it up’; and, when I lifted up the thimble, the pellet, in truth, was not under it.
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It was under none of them,’ said he, ‘it was pressed by my little finger against my palm’; and then he showed me how he did the trick, and asked me if the game was not a funny one; and, on my answering in the affirmative, he said, ‘I am glad you like it; come along and let us win some money.’ Thereupon, getting up, he placed the table before him, and was moving away; observing, however, that I did not stir, he asked me what I was staying for.
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Now, friend, five shillings to fivepence—’ ‘Is very considerable odds,’ said the man, rubbing his hands; ‘sure you must have good reason to hope, when you are willing to give such odds.’ ‘After all,’ said I, ‘it not unfrequently happens that those who lay the long odds lose.
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Yes, my dear sir,’ said he, ‘it is but too true; I have it on good authority—a gone church—a lost church—a ruined church—a demolished church is the Church of England.
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I, ‘it is a bad habit.
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Then, after looking around her, she said, ‘It was all true you told me.
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At length I said, ‘It is a pity that you did not continue in the Church; you have a turn for Psalmody, and I have heard of a man becoming a bishop by means of a less qualification.’ ‘Very probably,’ said Peter; ‘more the pity.
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The word for tea in Armenian is—by the by what is the Armenian word for tea?’ ‘That’s your affair, not mine,’ said Belle; ‘it seems hard that the master should ask the scholar.’ ‘Well,’ said I, ‘whatever the word may be in Armenian, it is a noun; and as we have never yet declined an Armenian noun together, we may as well take this opportunity of declining one.
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And kindly till him she did say, ‘It is time, trew-love, ye wear awa’.’ 18.
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No Sanscrit or even Greek scholar can fail to be struck by the fact that, in the Gipsy tongue, a road is a ‘drum,’ to see is to ‘dicker,’ to get or take to ‘lell,’ and to go to ‘jall;’ or, after instances so pregnant, to agree with Professor von Kogalnitschan that ‘it is interesting to be able to study a Hindu dialect in the heart of Europe.’ Mr. Smith, however, being a philanthropist rather than a philologist, takes another view of the question.
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Yes, but he added: ‘It is very sad for you, Master Holt!
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Fathers are invariably great nuisances on the stage, and always have to give the hero or heroine a long explanation of what was done before the curtain rose, usually commencing with ‘It is now nineteen years, my dear child, since your blessed mother (here the old villain’s voice falters) confided you to my charge.
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Ah!’ replied Gabriel, ‘it was in Suffolk that a rather singular circumstance happened to me many years ago.
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I couldn’t stand under it, sir,’ said Twigger; ‘it would make mashed potatoes of me, if I attempted it.’ ‘Pooh, pooh, Twigger!’ returned the Mayor.
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Examples of It

Example #1
For, unless the moral character of a nation is educated, as well as its brain and its talents, civilization has no sure basis.
Example #2
Another man may have no material gifts, may be at the bottom of the social ladder, but, having received the warmth of the Sun of Truth his soul is great and his spiritual understanding is enlightened.
Example #3
I was asking, brother, whether you believe in dukkeripens?’ ‘I do not, Mr. Petulengro; but this is strange weather to be asking me whether I believe in fortunes.’ ‘Grondinni,’ said Mr. Petulengro, ‘it haileth.
Example #4
I can’t hear you, Mr. Petulengro,’ said I; for the thunder drowned the words which he appeared to be uttering.
Example #5
I heard Mr. Petulengro say, ‘it thundreth.