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189 examples of excerpt in sentences

The following excerpt is a portion of it: "Pius Papa IX to the People of the States of ItalyHealth and Apostolic Benediction:

The poem from which the following excerpt is made was evidently written in view of some imminent suffering for conscience-sake, probably when the Act of Uniformity was passed: twenty years after, he was imprisoned at the age of sixty-seven, and lay nearly a year and a half.

In the poem from which this excerpt is taken, Prometheus the Titan has been cruelly tortured for opposing the malignant will of Jupiter.

[Footnote 4: Another leaf of the codex Marcianus is here lacking, leaving a gap of which Zonaras and an Excerpt of de Valois supply a sixth or more.]

When, however, they besought him not to abandon either himself or them, he waited until the rest, at report of the news, had come running together, and then, after some muttered words to himself, he delivered to the soldiers a speech, from which the following is a brief excerpt: [Sidenote:13] "Enough, quite enough, has already been done.

The following excerpt on the duties of an abbot ('I. E. Record' translation) will illustrate the style and spirit of the Rule: "Of the Abbot of a Church.

He has combined, with others, to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our constitution, and unacknowledged by our laws; giving his assent to their acts of pretended legislation: For quartering large bodies of armed troops among us: For protecting them, by a mock trial, from punishment for any murders which they should commit on the inhabitants of these States: [Transcriber's note: This is an excerpt.

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Casanova's escape from the Leads; an excerpt from the memoirs of Giacomo Casanova di Seingalt, translated into English, with an introd.

Excerpt from letter dated July 16, 1894 from Mary Baker Eddy to the Christian Science Board of Directors.

Excerpt from letter dated August 3, 1904 from Mary Baker Eddy to the Christian Science Board of Directors.

Excerpt from letter dated November 13, 1894 from Mary Baker Eddy to beloved brethren.

Excerpt from letter dated March 11, 1901 from Mary Baker Eddy to Edward A. Kimball.

Excerpt from a letter dated July 27, 1898 from Mary Baker Eddy to the mother church.

Excerpt from a letter dated 1898 from Mary Baker Eddy to Susan B. Schenk.

Excerpt from letter dated January 9, 1893 from Mary Baker Eddy to Clara M. S. Shannon.

Excerpt from letter dated April 14, 1892 from Mary Baker Eddy to Emilie B. Hulin.

Excerpt from a letter dated January 2, 1893 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mr. and Mrs. Lenoir White.

Excerpt from a letter dated December 18, 1898 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Laura Lathrop and son.

Excerpt from letter dated December 17, 1895 from Mary Baker Eddy to Ralph Moody.

Excerpt from a letter dated May 11, 1898 from Mary Baker Eddy to Miss Marie Schon.

Excerpt from letter dated May 14, 1895 from Mary Baker Eddy to the first members.

Excerpt from a letter dated January 12, 1908 from Mary Baker Eddy to Dr. Allan McLane Hamilton.

Excerpt from letter dated December 13. 1891 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Elizabeth Baxter.

Excerpt from letter dated November 28, 1896, from Mary Baker Eddy to William Lyman Johnson.

Excerpt from a letter dated 1905 from Mary Baker Eddy to John C. Lathrop.

Excerpt from letter dated September 9, 1893 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Marjorie Colles.

Excerpt from letter dated February 27, 1896 from Mary Baker Eddy to the Christian Science Board of Directors.

Excerpt from letter dated July 12, 1903 from Mary Baker Eddy to Ezra M. Buswell.

Excerpt from a letter dated October 8, 1886 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Malinda J. Lancaster.

Excerpt from a letter dated December 29, 1895 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Packard.

Excerpt from a letter dated November 10, 1904 from Mary Baker Eddy to John Lathrop.

Excerpt from letter dated December 19, 1902 from Mary Baker Eddy to William R. Johnson.

Excerpt from letter dated April 18, 1895, Mary Baker Eddy to the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston.

The divine help is ever nigh; excerpt from a letter dated February 7, 1901 from Mary Baker Eddy to Edward A. Kimball.

The divine help is ever nigh; excerpt from a letter dated February 1, 1901 from Mary Baker Eddy to Edward A. Kimball.

Excerpt from a letter dated October 8, 1886 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Malinda Lancaster.

Excerpt from a letter undated from Mary Baker Eddy to Mr. and Mrs. Ira O. Knapp.

Excerpt from letter dated October 30, 1903 from Mary Baker Eddy to First Church of Christ, Scientist, Columbus, Ohio.

Society (PWH); 26Aug64; R343800. Lay up your treasures in heaven; excerpt from letter dated December 8, 1890 from Mary Baker Eddy to George W. Glover, Jr. (In The Christian Science journal, Nov. 1936)

Society (PPW); 8Sep64; R346055. Lay up your treasures in heaven; excerpt from letter dated December 8, 1890 from Mary Baker Eddy to George W. Glover, Jr. (In The Herald of Christian Science, French ed., Nov. 1936)

Excerpt from letter dated December 8, 1890 from Mary Baker Eddy to George W. Glover, Jr. Authors of renewable matter: Max Sieb & Marie Bรคuerben.

Sufficient unto each day are the demands thereof; excerpt from letter dated October 30, 1903 from Mary Baker Eddy to First Church of Christ, Scientist, Columbus, Ohio.

Sufficient unto each day are the demands thereof; excerpt from letter dated October 30, 1903 from Mary Baker Eddy to First Church of Christ, Scientist, Columbus, Ohio.

Excerpt from a letter dated March 20, 1901 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Emilie B. Hulin.

Excerpt from a letter dated December 27, 1907 from Mary Baker Eddy to Allison V. Stewart.

The Stranger; an excerpt by Albert Camus.

Casanova's escape from the Leads; an excerpt from the memoirs of Giacomo Casanova di Seingalt, translated into English, with an introd.

Excerpt from letter dated July 16, 1894 from Mary Baker Eddy to the Christian Science Board of Directors.

Excerpt from a letter dated 1885 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Caroline D. Noyes.

Excerpt from letter dated August 3, 1904 from Mary Baker Eddy to the Christian Science Board of Directors.

Excerpt from letter dated November 13, 1894 from Mary Baker Eddy to beloved brethren.

Excerpt from letter dated March 11, 1901 from Mary Baker Eddy to Edward A. Kimball.

Excerpt from a letter dated July 27, 1898 from Mary Baker Eddy to the mother church.

Excerpt from a letter dated 1898 from Mary Baker Eddy to Susan B. Schenk.

Excerpt from letter dated January 9, 1893 from Mary Baker Eddy to Clara M. S. Shannon.

Excerpt from letter dated April 14, 1892 from Mary Baker Eddy to Emilie B. Hulin.

Excerpt from a letter dated January 2, 1893 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mr. and Mrs. Lenoir White.

Excerpt from a letter dated June 26, 1887, from Mary Baker Eddy to John F. Linscott.

Excerpt from a letter dated December 18, 1898 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Laura Lathrop and son.

Excerpt from letter dated December 17, 1895 from Mary Baker Eddy to Ralph Moody.

Excerpt from a letter dated May 11, 1898 from Mary Baker Eddy to Miss Marie Schon.

Excerpt from letter dated May 14, 1895 from Mary Baker Eddy to the first members.

Excerpt from letter dated October 12, 1897, from Mary Baker Eddy to Dr. and Mrs. Baird.

Excerpt from a letter dated January 12, 1908 from Mary Baker Eddy to Dr. Allan McLane Hamilton.

Excerpt from letter dated December 13. 1891 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Elizabeth Baxter.

Excerpt from letter dated November 28, 1896, from Mary Baker Eddy to William Lyman Johnson.

Excerpt from a letter dated 1905 from Mary Baker Eddy to John C. Lathrop.

Excerpt from letter dated September 9, 1893 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Marjorie Colles.

Excerpt from letter dated February 27, 1896 from Mary Baker Eddy to the Christian Science Board of Directors.

Excerpt from letter dated January 29, 1896, from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Annie Louise Robertson.

Excerpt from letter dated July 12, 1903 from Mary Baker Eddy to Ezra M. Buswell.

Excerpt from a letter dated October 8, 1886 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Malinda J. Lancaster.

Excerpt from a letter dated December 29, 1895 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Packard.

Excerpt from a letter dated November 10, 1904 from Mary Baker Eddy to John Lathrop.

Excerpt from letter dated December 19, 1902 from Mary Baker Eddy to William R. Johnson.

Excerpt from letter dated April 18, 1895, Mary Baker Eddy to the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston.

The divine help is ever nigh; excerpt from a letter dated February 7, 1901 from Mary Baker Eddy to Edward A. Kimball.

The divine help is ever nigh; excerpt from a letter dated February 1, 1901 from Mary Baker Eddy to Edward A. Kimball.

Excerpt from a letter dated October 8, 1886 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Malinda Lancaster.

Excerpt from a letter undated from Mary Baker Eddy to Mr. and Mrs. Ira O. Knapp.

Excerpt from letter dated October 30, 1903 from Mary Baker Eddy to First Church of Christ, Scientist, Columbus, Ohio.

Society (PWH); 26Aug64; R343800. Lay up your treasures in heaven; excerpt from letter dated December 8, 1890 from Mary Baker Eddy to George W. Glover, Jr. (In The Christian Science journal, Nov. 1936)

Society (PPW); 8Sep64; R346055. Lay up your treasures in heaven; excerpt from letter dated December 8, 1890 from Mary Baker Eddy to George W. Glover, Jr. (In The Herald of Christian Science, French ed., Nov. 1936)

Excerpt from letter dated December 8, 1890 from Mary Baker Eddy to George W. Glover, Jr. Authors of renewable matter: Max Sieb & Marie Bรคuerben.

Sufficient unto each day are the demands thereof; excerpt from letter dated October 30, 1903 from Mary Baker Eddy to First Church of Christ, Scientist, Columbus, Ohio.

Sufficient unto each day are the demands thereof; excerpt from letter dated October 30, 1903 from Mary Baker Eddy to First Church of Christ, Scientist, Columbus, Ohio.

Excerpt from a letter dated March 20, 1901 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Emilie B. Hulin.

Excerpt from a letter dated December 27, 1907 from Mary Baker Eddy to Allison V. Stewart.

Excerpt from To the market place.

The Neat little corpse; excerpt.

The Neat little corpse; excerpt.

The Neat little corpse; excerpt.

The Neat little corpse; excerpt.

The Neat little corpse; excerpt.

The Neat little corpse; excerpt.

The Neat little corpse; excerpt.

The Neat little corpse; excerpt.

Apart from this explanation of the possible humor of the remark an excerpt of Peter Patricius (Exc.

[Footnote: Seemingly an excerpt from a speech of one of the optimates, though possibly a remark by Dio himself.] (Mai, p.154.)