1 And a still greater debt we owe them for what is the immediate cause of our ruin, namely, that by the Church our country is kept divided.
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2 But this, for a reason already mentioned, namely that a few will always be governed by the will of a few and these the most powerful, was a change from bad to worse.
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3 A similar circumstance gave rise to the first war with the Carthaginians, namely the protectorate assumed by the Romans of the citizens of Messina in Sicily, and this likewise came about by chance.
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4 These in fact resolve themselves into one, namely, that some should survive who will avenge the death of the murdered prince.
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5 But now let us turn to another subject which merits attention, namely, the means whereby divided cities may be reunited; and of this I propose to speak in the following Chapter.
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6 This, I believe, arises firstly from causes that have already been discussed at length, namely, that the prince who relies entirely on fortune is lost when it changes.
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7 For these there is one other avenue of escape toward which they have turned in increasing numbers, namely, migration to town.
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8 The second fact noted, namely, that the Negro church antedates the Negro home, leads to an explanation of much that is paradoxical in this communistic institution and in the morals of its members.
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9 They were, namely, casts of female friends, whose bodily or mental deformities were here most faithfully preserved.
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10 I was very far then from expecting the change you have just informed me of; namely, that four years afterwards, this colossus of power would be overthrown.
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11 One thing only puzzles me, namely, how Franz d'Epinay will like a grandfather who cannot be separated from his wife.
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12 We have everything in perfect order, only one little thing is lacking, namely, a commander in chief.
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13 From her feminine point of view she could see only one solution, namely, for Nicholas to marry a rich heiress.
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14 At the council at Fili the prevailing thought in the minds of the Russian commanders was the one naturally suggesting itself, namely, a direct retreat by the Nizhni road.
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15 There's one thing you may be sure of, Pip," said Joe, after some rumination, "namely, that lies is lies.
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