Lect sentence example

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  • vi., and the Tagore Law Lectures (1870) by Herbert Cowell, lect.
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  • Rendel Harris, Sidelights on New Testament Research, Lect.
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  • 18 (1903); C. Tiele, Elements of the Science of Religion (Gifford lectures,lect.
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  • Sanday, Inspiration (Lect.
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  • The word may have no intelligible meaning in Greek, but its counterpart in the allied tongues, especially in Sanskrit or Zend, may reveal the original significance of the terms. " To understand the origin and meaning of the names of the Greek gods, and to enter into the original intention of the fables told of each, we must take into account the collateral evidence supplied by Latin, German, Sanskrit and Zend philology " (Lect.
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  • Hatch, Hibbert Lect.
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