Remains Of Innocence

Author: J. A. Jance
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062134728
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Sheriff Joanna Brady must solve two perplexing cases that hit close to home in New York Times bestselling author J. A. Jance's thrilling tale of suspense that brings to life Arizona's Cochise County and the desert Southwest in all its ...

What Remains Of The Old Testament And Other Essays

Author: Hermann Gunkel
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 160608514X
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Songs of Innocence present a contrast to these Penitential Psalms. In the former
also the psalmist inquires for the cause of his sufferings, but he cannot find it in
himself, for there is no sin in him. The characteristic and ever recurrent feature of
these poems is that the psalmist strongly asserts his innocence: Thou provest my
heart Thou testest it in the night, Thou triest me ; Thou findest no evil thing in me. (
Ps. xvii. 3.) Such declarations of innocence, lofty in style, are frequent in the book
of ...

The Return Of Innocence

Author: Duane Simolke
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595389880
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As Sasha's vision cleared, she found herself in the remains of the wall she had hit
twice, with everything from the cabin floor and the other walls tossed around her.
A knocking sound made her more aware of the pounding within her head. Had
the creature returned to finish its work? But the knocking sound grew louder. She
looked over at the remains of her wood-framed bed and saw a yellow fist sticking
out from it, pounding it sideways. “Burshmeed?” she asked. “Are you all right?

Poetical Remains Of James The First King Of Scotland

Author: James I (King of Scotland)
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Not far paslit the state of innocence Bot nere about the nowmer of zeiris thre,
Were it causit throu hevinly influence ' Of Goddis will, or other casualtee, Can I
not say, bot out of my contree, By thair avise yt had of me the cure Be see to pas,
tuke I my aventure. IV. y Pajsit the state of innocence three ycart.] This is a vague
manner of expressing his age. Bellenden, arch-dean of Murray, the translator of
Boethius, by desire of King James V. fays James I. was nin« years old when he
was ...

Poetical Remains Of Lucretia Davidson

Author: Lucretia Maria Davidson
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Because, said the stranger, " I seek Truth, and she dwells in the simple vale of
Innocence ; at her court there is no pomp, but there is peace ; she discloses her
name to all ; some revile her, others say she is of no use to the world — that they
are always as victorious without her assistance as with it. Her followers scarce
ever suffer from the imputations of the vile, when they hold fast upon her
garments. I can possess Truth and Innocence without Learning." Here the
travellers parted ...

The Poetic Remains Of Some Of The Scotish Kings

Author: George Chalmers
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'Not far passed the state of innocence But near about the number of years three,
Were it caused through heavenly influence Of Goddis will, or other casualty, Can
I not say, but out of my country, By their am'se that had of me the cure By sea to
pass, took I my aventuref 'Pm-vait of all that was us necessary, With-wind at will,
up early by the morrow, Straight unto ship, no longer would we tarry, The way we
took, the time I told to forowe, With many farewell, and 'Saint John to borowe Of ...

The Temptation Of Innocence

Author: Pascal Bruckner
Publisher: Algora Publishing
ISBN: 1892941562
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Because historically certain communities were subjugated, the individuals who
comprise them would thus enjoy a credit for misdeeds for eternity and would
have a right to the jury's indulgence. Society's debt towards such and such of its
constituents would automatically translate into leniency, into forbearance for any
person belonging to one of these groups, even long after the time when they
stopped being persecuted. What remains of legality if it recognizes the privilege
of impunity ...

Poetical Remains Of Lucretia Davidson Collected And Arranged By Her Mother M M Davidson

Author: Lucretia Maria Davidson
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Because, said the stranger, " I seek Truth, and she dwells in the simple vale of
Innocence ; at her court there is no pomp, but there is peace ; she discloses her
name to all ; some revile her, others say she is of no use to the world — that they
are always as victorious without her assistance as with it. Her followers scarce
ever suffer from the imputations of the vile, when they hold fast upon her
garments. I can possess Truth and Innocence without Learning." Here the
travellers parted ...

Poetical Remains Of The Late Lucretia Maria Davidson Collected And Arranged By Her Mother I E Margaret Miller Davidson With A Biography By Miss Sedgwick

Author: Lucretia Maria DAVIDSON
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vale of Innocence; at her court there is no pomp, but there is peace; she discloses
her name to all; some revile her, others say she is of no use to the world, that they
are always as victorious without her assistance as with it. Her followers scarce
ever suffer from the imputations of the vile, when they hold fast upon her
garments. I can possess Truth and Innocence without Learning." Here the
travellers parted —Alphonso to ascend the hill, the stranger to the vale of
Innocence. Without a ...

Pel And The Picture Of Innocence

Author: Mark Hebden
Publisher: House of Stratus
ISBN: 0755124871
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fourteen. While Pel suddenly began to make headway, Nosjean, busy with the
Sondermann case, remained exactly where he was. He sat at his desk and
studied two lots of broken fragments in front of him. They were in two neat piles,
one the remains of the statuette he had found near the sun lounge, the other what
was left of the crockery from the tea tray. But his mind wasn't really on them. It was
occupied with Mijo and he was worried because she was still wanting to meet his
family.