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O, let the vile world end, And the premised flames of the last day Knit earth and heaven together!
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As he pushed his studies into the fields of physiology and psychology, this premised realm of the spirit became the express goal of his researches.
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The subject of discussion, be it premised, is the tabernacle of the Priestly Code; for some kind of tent for the ark there may well have been: in fact, tents were in Palestine the earliest dwellings of idols (Hos.
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The Reader here may be pleased to take notice that the copy of verses by the title of 'Rablophila', premised to the first book of this translation, being but a kind of mock poem, in imitation of somewhat lately published (as to any indifferent observer will easily appear, by the false quantities in the Latin, the abusive strain of the English, and extravagant subscription to both), and as such, by a friend of the translator's, at the desire of some frolic gentlemen of his acquaintance, more for a trial of skill than prejudicacy to any, composed in his jollity to please their fancies, was only ordained to be prefixed to a dozen of books, and no more, thereby to save the labour of transcribing so many as were requisite for satisfying the curiosity of a company of just that number; and that, therefore, the charging of the whole impression with it is merely to be imputed to the negligence of the pressmen, who, receiving it about the latter end of the night, were so eager before the next morning to afford complete books, that, as they began, they went on, without animadverting what was recommended to their discretion.
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Is it not a canonical and authentic exception, worthy to be premised to all our undertakings?
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But that we may strengthen the position of our Confession, and also remove the charges which the adversaries advance against us, certain things are to be premised in the beginning, in order that the sources of both kinds of doctrine, i. e., both that of our adversaries and our own, may be known.
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I have already premised that, after having examined the constitution of the township and the county of New England in detail, I should take a general view of the remainder of the Union.
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It must be premised that a very beautiful loving cup was presented to me on my recent birthday, by eleven ladies of my acquaintance.
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It should be premised that the critic was a man of character and standing, the head of a large printing establishment, a church member, and, the author thinks, a deacon.
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As I had premised, Betty was good material, and responded to my training with gratifying plasticity.
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Yet in every stand he had taken, there had been thought, logic and reasoning, wrongly premised, but always based on principles.
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These explanations being premised, let us now briefly consider the grounds of the doctrine itself.
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From what has been premised, this conclusion may be drawn-that it is not "conscious inability" alone, but often a love of leisure, which prevents us from undertaking any work.
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Having so far premised with respect to their general conduct and character, I shall proceed to answer, as far as I am able, the four queries subjoined to the circular which you sent me, and then subjoin, in notes, some instances of their conduct in particular cases, which may perhaps elucidate their general disposition and character.
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Having premised these facts, to show that in Marion's absence there was naught but discord and dissention, we now proceed to state the consequences.
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Having premised thus much on behalf of the "Natural" in Randal Leslie's character, I must here fly off to say a word or two on the agency in human life exercised by a passion rarely seen without a mask in our debonair and civilized age,-I mean Hate.
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Little need be premised about Tibby.
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It may be premised that there is a strong probability, from what is known of Indian life and society, that the house in which Montezuma lived was a joint-tenement house of the aboriginal American model, owned by a large number of related families, and occupied by them in common as joint proprietors; that the dinner in question was the usual single daily meal of a communal household, prepared in a common cook-house from common stores, and divided, Indian fashion, from the kettle; and that all the Spaniards found in Mexico was a simple confederacy of three Indian tribes, the counterpart of which was found in all parts of America.
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It may be premised further that the Spanish adventures who thronged to the New World after its discovery found the same race of Red Indians in the West India Islands, in Central and South America, in Florida, and in Mexico.
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It may be premised, finally, that the histories of Spanish America may be trusted in whatever relates to the acts of the Spaniards, and to the acts and personal characteristics of the Indians; in whatever relates to their weapons, implements, and utensils, fabrics, food, and raiment, and things of a similar character.
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Examples of Premised

Example #1
Even at this sight My heart is turn'd to stone; and while 't is mine It shall be stony.
Example #2
O war, thou son of hell, Whom angry heavens do make their minister, Throw in the frozen bosoms of our part Hot coals of vengeance!-Let no soldier fly.
Example #3
Some of his most valuable and most startling discoveries came in these fields.
Example #4
Conspicuous in Swedenborg's thought all along was the premise that there is a God and the presupposition of that whole element in life which we call the spiritual.
Example #5
In truth it is proved; but yet it may be well to add some things which have indeed been said long before now, but never as yet properly laid to heart.
Example #6
It may, however, seem as if hitherto it had only been asserted that the tabernacle rests on an historical fiction.