Things in a sentence

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Chaos,—is over, and we wake to do “greater things” in a “new heaven and a new earth.
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But when it became necessary “to do things,” an engineer had to be called; the general staff had to adopt his view, and all other practices and traditions were bent to his ideas.
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Among “all things” must be reckoned the fellowship of his wife, for he could hardly say with truth that he had left all things if he had not left his wife.
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The lad looks good things,” Mr. Steele used to say; “and his laugh lights up a conversation as much as ten repartees from Mr. Congreve.
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And when they had forgotten their warnings, We set open to them the gates of all things,” even as We did set open to thee and to thy like the gates of this earth and the ornaments thereof.
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Love believeth all things” (I. Cor.
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Who hath despised the day of small things” (Zech.
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Then, as now, people would look at the Gipsies in their pitiable condition, and with a shrug of the shoulders would say, “Poor things,” and away they would go to their mansions, doff their warm winter clothing, put on their needleworked slippers, stretch their legs before a blazing fire in the drawing-room, and call “John” to bring a box of the best cigars, the champagne, dry sherry, and crusted port, and then noddle off to sleep.
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Examples of Things

Example #1
According to the general idea Chaos and Cosmos are superlative antitheses of each other.
Example #2
Then Time will be at an end, and with the last vibration of the Word of God, the worlds will be resolved into their original elements.
Example #3
I have already repeatedly pointed out that the progress of technology proceeds according to a law like that of a rapidly increasing geometrical progression, and I have stressed the danger of inattention to any phenomena, force or movement that conforms to such a law.
Example #4
Technology is comparatively a new science; by some it is called a “semi-science” because it deals primarily with the application of science to practical issues.
Example #5
St. Jerome says that if any were married they certainly separated from their wives after they were called to the Apostolate.
Example #6
The Apostle of the Gentiles assures us that he led a single life, and he commends that state to others: “I say to the unmarried, and to the widows it is good for them if they so continue, even as I.”(517) There is no evidence from Scripture that any of the Apostles were married except St. Peter.