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1  Fed up, by God, like gamecocks.
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2  God and religion before the world.
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3  We have had too much God In Ireland.
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4  By God, I don't feel more than eighteen myself.
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5  God was God's name just as his name was Stephen.
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6  But God was not in it of course when they stole it.
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7  Thanks be to God we lived so long and did so much good.
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8  He's very moist and watery about the dewlaps, God bless him.
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9  Why, by God, they wouldn't be seen dead in a ten-acre field with them.
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10  He tried to think what a big thought that must be; but he could only think of God.
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11  His sin, which had covered him from the sight of God, had led him nearer to the refuge of sinners.
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12  DIEU was the French for God and that was God's name too; and when anyone prayed to God and said DIEU then God knew at once that it was a French person that was praying.
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13  Perhaps he prayed for the souls in purgatory or for the grace of a happy death or perhaps he prayed that God might send him back a part of the big fortune he had squandered in Cork.
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14  His pride in his own sin, his loveless awe of God, told him that his offence was too grievous to be atoned for in whole or in part by a false homage to the All-seeing and All-knowing.
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15  But, though there were different names for God in all the different languages in the world and God understood what all the people who prayed said in their different languages, still God remained always the same God and God's real name was God.
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16  That must have been a terrible sin, to go in there quietly at night, to open the dark press and steal the flashing gold thing into which God was put on the altar in the middle of flowers and candles at benediction while the incense went up in clouds at both sides as the fellow swung the censer and Dominic Kelly sang the first part by himself in the choir.
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17  His prayer, addressed neither to God nor saint, began with a shiver, as the chilly morning breeze crept through the chink of the carriage door to his feet, and ended in a trail of foolish words which he made to fit the insistent rhythm of the train; and silently, at intervals of four seconds, the telegraph-poles held the galloping notes of the music between punctual bars.
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