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Our translation of this fine passage is not very happy . Bishop Hors . ley gives the
following ; which is here copied for the sake of the impressive remark subjoined
to it , and its suitability to the tenor of our Expositor ' s observations : - " Who shall
Whence the same Damascenus says , in the passage before quoted ; Θυμός εςτι
ζεσις του περί καρδίαν " αιματος εξ αναθυμίασεως της χολής Yivouév . Wrath is
the boiling up of the blood around the heart , which arises from the kindling of ...
Which inconvenience we read happened to Saul and David by the ef* The same
word is used in the original Greek and in the Vulgate in each of these passages .
viz . blaspheme . forts of evil speakers and detractors . Hence that prayer 70 ...
Justinian ' s pandects have this passage , lib . 4 , cap . 4 , De injuriis ; An injury is
committed not only when any one shall have been struck with the fist or a stick ;
but likewise when he shall even have been reproached . And the punishment is ...
1 , has this passage : If the following three circumstances concur , that what is
uttered be false , that it was wished to announce a falsehood ; and , moreover ,
that it was the intention to deceive ; then it has the qualities of a lie complete : for
it is ...
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