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1  Mulrennan spoke to him about universe and stars.
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2  The three blasts of the angel filled all the universe.
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3  Find these and you find the qualities of universal beauty.
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4  The sun, the great luminary of the universe, had become as sackcloth of hair.
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5  They met in Paris where Francis Xavier was professor of philosophy at the university.
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6  It pained him that he did not know well what politics meant and that he did not know where the universe ended.
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7  A full hour had passed since his father had gone in with Dan Crosby, the tutor, to find out for him something about the university.
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8  The world for all its solid substance and complexity no longer existed for his soul save as a theorem of divine power and love and universality.
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9  They were all in different countries and the countries were in continents and the continents were in the world and the world was in the universe.
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10  At the last blast the souls of universal humanity throng towards the valley of Jehoshaphat, rich and poor, gentle and simple, wise and foolish, good and wicked.
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11  I thought he might mean that CLARITAS is the artistic discovery and representation of the divine purpose in anything or a force of generalization which would make the esthetic image a universal one, make it outshine its proper conditions.
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