10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UNDEPRAVED»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to undepraved
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The philosophy of sacred history considered in relation to ...
His undepraved sense of smell, with keenly discriminating perception, detects
every noxious odour which taints the air that passes through his nostrils, and
naturally impels him to turn away from the substance or the source from whence
Sylvester Graham, Henry Stephen Clubb, 1859
Lectures on the Science of Human Life: Containing Three ...
In everything that relates to the dietetic habits of man, therefore, his reason must
strictly accord with the pure law of his natural and undepraved instincts, or it is not
true reason, but an erroneous exercise of his rational faculties ; unless his ...
When tobacco is taken into the undepraved organism it is met with strong vital
resistance. There follow in rapid succession distressing dizziness, muscular
relaxation, tremor, weakness, perhaps fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and,
Human Life: Its Philosophy and Laws
Therefore, when taken into the undepraved organism, its presence is met with
vital resistance for the purpose of expelling it. There follows, in rapid succession,
a distressing dizziness, muscular relaxation, tremor, weakness, perhaps fever, ...
It would have been an undepraved, and so temporally a qualifiedly holy, but still
a probationary world. The “ hazard,” he adds, would have been infinitely greater;
and in the entire system, eternally produced, the blended “ sin and damnation” ...
An English and Danish Dictionary ...
(Gmrm Term) shm ej land declinerer. UNDEFENDED, shm bar ingen for/Four.
UNDEFI LED, lidj. ubesmitted. UNDEFRAYED, Adj. ufietalt. UNDENlABLE, Adj.
uncgttlrlg; unnstuABLY, Jdrv. wwgte/igm. UNDEPRAVED, Adj. 'z/'orkreenXed, ...
Essays on the principles of morality, and on the private and ...
M He who is familiar with slaughter, who has himself often perpetrated it, and
who exults in the perpetration, will not retain undepraved the principles of virtue.
His moral feelings are blunted; his moral vision is obscured; his principles are ...
A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry
Hard fare! but such as boyish appetite Disdains not, nor the palate undepraved
By culinary arts, unsav'ry deems. No SOFA thenawaited my return, Nor SOFA
thenIneeded. (i. 103–27) But this switch in focus does notconstitute themajor
Essential Buddhist Discourses (Extended Annotated Edition)
76. "The mother that shall bring him forth, Shall Maya called be by name;
Suddhodana his father's name; His own name shall be Gotama. 77. "Kolita,
Upatissa too,-These shall his Chief Disciples be; Both undepraved, both passion-
free, And ...
Henry Clarke Warren, 2012
Sacred Writings II: Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Mohammedan
"Kolita, Upatissa too, — These shall his Chief Disciples be ; Both undepraved,
both passion-free, And tranquil and serene of mind. Ananda shall be servitor And
on The Conqueror attend; Khema and Uppalavanna Shall female Chief Disciples
5 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «UNDEPRAVED»
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'Mocking Bird Call': Newsweek's 1961 Profile of Harper Lee
The success of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, a melting and witty treatment of a refreshingly undepraved Southern childhood, suggests a moral that may be ... «Newsweek, Feb 15»
The Guileless 'Accidental Racism' of Paula Deen
The man must be a prodigy who can retain his manners and morals undepraved by such circumstances. I confess myself refreshed to hear Paula Deen respond ... «The Atlantic, Jun 13»
President Tom's Cabin
“The man must be a prodigy who can retain his manners and morals undepraved by such circumstances.” Neither could Jefferson imagine his life, or the Union, ... «New Yorker, Sep 08»
A deeply undemocratic Jefferson
The man must be a prodigy who can retain his manners and morals undepraved by such circumstances." At his death, Jefferson freed the children he had sired ... «Boston Globe, Dec 07»
The man must be a prodigy who can retain his manners and morals undepraved by such circumstances. And with what execrations should the statesman be ... «Black State, Feb 02»