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[21] if we first make up our minds what it is precisely that we desire to effect: for, this done, we shall be able to suit our words to serve our purpose. To make my meaning clearer, I will follow my usual practice and quote a familiar example. “A man who has stolen private money from a temple is accused of sacrilege.”

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