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For while the law does not in its express terms make drinking a crime, its intention-and its practical effect so far as regards the great mass of the people-is precisely that.
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When, therefore, its object-the sinful apostasy of the people-is already in existence, its manifestation must also of necessity be expected; and although not the last and highest manifestation, yet such an one as serves for a prelude to it.
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As this prophecy has no limitation at all in itself, we are fully entitled to refer it to the whole sum of the deliverances and salvation which are destined for the Covenant-people; and to seek for its fulfilment in every event, either past or future, in the same degree as the fundamental idea-God's mercy upon His people-is manifested in it.
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To my People!-I need not state the causes of the impending war either to my faithful people or to the Germans in general.
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I don't want to destroy the people-I only want to BE them.
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Look at that sky, all black and scarlet; and look at those people-I scarcely thought there were half the number left alive in London.
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You're not one of those people-I won't mention names!-whose own emptiness forces them to take an intense interest in the doings of others, and who, the moment they are alone with their thoughts, are bored to desperation, just as there are people who have no talent for making a home home-like, and are only happy when they are out of it.
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I would not descend to my grave amid the wails and curses of my people-I would not be depicted in history as an ambitious and unscrupulous sovereign.
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And that language of mine was well known to many people,-"I wish, O Cnaeus Pompeius, that you had either never joined in a confederacy with Caius Caesar, or else that you had never broken it off.
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These people-I mean the German people and militarist people generally-have no real mastery over the scientific and economic forces on which they seem to ride.
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I take it that in appointing him, John, you feel sure he will guard the interests of the people before everything else, and that the people-I mean the working people of this State-will always be safe in his hands; do you?
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It will begin when the man of science, technologist or physician, will not consider it legal to take from people-I will not say a hundred thousand, but even a modest ten thousand, or five hundred rubles for assisting them; but when he will live among the toiling people, under the same conditions, and exactly as they do, then he will be able to apply his knowledge to the questions of mechanics, technics, hygiene, and the healing of the laboring people.
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I have already become as curious as a nun-a fault very natural to idle people-I placed my eye against the small opening, and whom did I see?
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My friends-What if Christ should answer such people-I do not say that He does always answer them so, for He is very pitiful, and of tender mercy;-but what if He were to answer them, Save you?
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These people-I suppose that if two castaways landed naked on a desert island, one of them would instantly be the ancien regime-had spoken of Mrs. Henderson and her ambition to the Earl of Chisholm in a way that pained him.
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Examples of People-i

Example #1
The people President Angell had in mind when he implored the young Yale graduates not to be like them, are not makers or sellers of liquor, but drinkers of it.
Example #2
And he is essentially right, if the law is right.
Example #3
The day of the Lord is several times spoken of as being at hand, which may be explained from the circumstance, that God's judgment upon His Church is a necessary effect of His justice, which never rests, but always shows itself as active.
Example #4
It can be proved, however, [Pg 303] from the contents, by incontrovertible special reasons, that the reference to the future is alone the correct one.
Example #5
It is quite true that, by the seed of the woman, her whole progeny is designated; but they who enter into communion [Pg 28] with the hereditary enemy of the human race are viewed as having excommunicated themselves.
Example #6
At the last and highest deliverance, the breaker was at once the King and God of the people.