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- And could the astronomers have understood and calculated anything, if they had taken into account all the complicated and varied motions of the earth?Part Eight (97% in)
- Political economy told him that the laws by which the wealth of Europe had been developed, and was developing, were universal and unvarying.Part Three (92% in)
- Since their conversation about religion when they were engaged neither of them had ever started a discussion of the subject, but she performed all the ceremonies of going to church, saying her prayers, and so on, always with the unvarying conviction that this ought to be so.Part Five (55% in)
- This position, like all such appointments, called for such immense energy and such varied qualifications, that it was difficult for them to be found united in any one man.Part Seven (50% in)
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