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" this is right, or that wrong " : they may believe " this a crime, or that a sin ; this punishable by man, or that by God " : yet if the savour of things lies cross to honesty ; if the fancy be florid and the appetite high towards the subaltern beauties... "
A new and comprehensive grammar of the English language - Page 62
by George King (of Upper Holloway.) - 1854
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The Philosophy of Rhetoric

George Campbell - English language - 1841 - 396 pages
...most eminent of all that have written in the -English language : " If the savour of things lies across to honesty, if the fancy be florid, and the appetite...the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way. "f This is that figure of speech which the French critics call galimatias, and the English comprehend...
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The Philosophy of Rhetoric

George Campbell - English language - 1849 - 455 pages
...most eminent of all that have written in the English language : " If the savour of things lies across to honesty, if the fancy be florid, and the appetite...the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way."* This is that figure of speech which the French critics call galimatias, and the English comprehend...
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English style

George Frederick Graham - English language - 1857 - 372 pages
...of an immortal soul." But the following is the climax of absurdity : " If the savour of things lies cross to honesty, if the fancy be florid, and the...the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way." Another : " Men must acquire a very peculiar and strong habit of turning their eye inwards, in order...
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The theory and practice of composition

William Hunter (rector of Ayr acad.) - 1857
...tautology, pleonasm, or verbosity, in the following examples : — If the savour of things lies eross to honesty, if the fancy be florid, and the appetite...towards the subaltern beauties and lower order of wordly symmetries and proportions, the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way. Nothing there...
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The Philosophy of Rhetoric

George Campbell - English language - 1859 - 435 pages
...most eminent of all that have written in the English language : " If the savour of things lies across to honesty, if the fancy be florid, and the appetite...the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way."* This is that figure of speech which the French critics call galimatias, and the English comprehend...
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The Scope and Nature of University Education

John Henry Newman - Education, Higher - 1859 - 351 pages
...' that a sin ;' ' this is punishable by man,' or ' that by God ;' yet if the savour of things lies cross to honesty, if the fancy be florid, and the...appetite high towards the subaltern beauties and lower orders of worldly symmetries and proportions, the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way." Thus,...
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The Philosophy of Rhetoric

George Campbell - English language - 1860 - 435 pages
...most eminent of all that have written in the English language : " If the savour of things lies across to honesty, if the fancy be florid, and the appetite...subaltern beauties and lower order of worldly symmetries artd proportions, the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way."* This is that figure of speech...
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English Style; or, a course of instruction for the attainment of a good ...

George Frederick Graham - English language - 1869 - 358 pages
...is all this to fill the idea of an immortal soul.' But the following is the climax of absurdity : ' If the savour of things lie cross to honesty, if the...the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way.' Another : ' Men must acquire a very peculiar and strong habit of turning their eyes inwards, in order...
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English style

George Frederick Graham - 1869
...is all this to fill the idea of an immortal soul.' But the following is the climax of absurdity : ' If the savour of things lie cross to honesty, if the...the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way.' Another: 'Men must acquire a very peculiar and strong habit of turning their eyes inwards, in order...
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The idea of a university defined and illustrated

John Henry Newman (card.) - 1873
...or ' that a sin ;' ' this is punishable by man,' or ' that by God;' yet if the savour of things lies cross to honesty, if the fancy be florid, and the...appetite high towards the subaltern beauties and lower orders of worldly symmetries and proportions, the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way." Thus,...
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