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He that setteth bounds to his words, is knowing and wise: and the man of understanding is of a precious spirit. 17:28.
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A just king setteth up the land: a covetous man shall destroy it.
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Belsaye setteth a rare new fashion in torments of late.
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See where he setteth up his mangonels, trebuchets, perriers and balistae, with bossons or rams, towers and cats, in the use of the which he is right cunning-but so also is Giles, brother!
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He that setteth bounds to his words, is knowing and wise: and the man of understanding is of a precious spirit.
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But all that is now become but a dim picture to me, save that amongst all these unfriends is a friend to me; an old woman, who telleth me sweet tales of other life, wherein all is high and goodly, or at the least valiant and doughty, and she setteth hope in my heart and learneth me, and maketh me to know much . . .
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He setteth the solitary in families," says the Psalmist; and the truth was never better illustrated than in the isolated and weary life of our ancestry, two and a half centuries ago.
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Laudonniere setteth things in order after his returne out of prison to the fort.
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The Preacher, (in Hebrew, Coheleth,) because in it, Solomon, as an excellent preacher, setteth forth the vanity of the things of this world: to withdraw the hearts and affections of men from such empty toys.
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And Cyprian, in a lamentable oration, setteth out the corrupt manners in his time: "The wholesome discipline," saith he, "which the Apostles left unto us, hath idleness and long rest now utterly marred: everyone studied to increase his livelihood; and clean forgetting either what they had done before whilst they were under the Apostles, or what they ought continually to do, having received the faith they earnestly laboured to make great their own wealth with an unsatiable desire of covetousness.
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St. Paul to the Thessalonians setteth out the coming of Christ and our resurrection; but he speaks in the same place only of the rising of the good and faithful that shall be saved.
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When one setteth about righting a wrong, one driveth not full head against it, for in so doing one getteth naught but hard knocks.
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So doth the astronomer look upon the stars, and by that he seeth, setteth down what order nature hath taken therein.
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For indeed poetry ever setteth virtue so out in her best colours, making fortune her well-waiting handmaid, that one must needs be enamoured of her.
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I conclude therefore that he excelleth history, not only in furnishing the mind with knowledge, but in setting it forward, to that which deserveth to be called and accounted good: which setting forward, and moving to well-doing, indeed setteth the laurel crown upon the poet as victorious, not only of the historian, but over the philosopher: howsoever in teaching it may be questionable.
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St. Paul himself, who yet (for the credit of poets) allegeth twice two poets, and one of them by the name of a prophet, setteth a watch-word upon philosophy, indeed upon the abuse.
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At his day thou shalt give him his hire, neither shall the sun go down upon it; for he is poor, and setteth his heart upon it: lest he cry against thee unto the LORD, and it be sin unto thee.
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Cursed be he that setteth light by his father or his mother.
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He delighteth not greatly in hawking, hunting, or any other pastime, nor in hearing instruments or music, but setteth all his whole delight upon two things: first, to serve God, as undoubtedly he is very devout in his religion; and the second, how to subdue and conquer his enemies.
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And on the other side the two Aiantes and Odysseus and Diomedes stirred the Danaans to fight; yet these of themselves feared neither the Trojans' violence nor assaults, but stood like mists that Kronos' son setteth in windless air on the mountain tops, at peace, while the might of the north wind sleepeth and of all the violent winds that blow with keen breath and scatter apart the shadowing clouds.
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Examples of Setteth

Example #1
Even a fool, if he will hold his peace, shall be counted wise: and if he close his lips, a man of understanding.
Example #2
It is no good thing to do hurt to the just: nor to strike the prince, who judgeth right.
Example #3
A man that speaketh to his friend with flattering and dissembling words, spreadeth a net for his feet.
Example #4
A man that loveth wisdom, rejoiceth his father: but he that maintaineth harlots, shall squander away his substance.
Example #5
But she had but two sorry silver pieces and pardons be costly things, and when she could get no pardon, she went home and that night killed herself-silly wench!
Example #6
She is man's sweetest curse and eke salvation, his slave, his very tyrant.