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  • Whether they understood what the common nature requireth, and could rule themselves or no, they know best themselves. Cited from Meditations, by Marcus Aurelius
  • For every age requireth a fresh measure of the light of God.
  • And who then knoweth why thy body requireth just thy best wisdom? Cited from Thus Spake Zarathustra, by Friedrich Nietzsche #1
  • Brother, the time and case requireth haste; Your horse stands ready at the park corner. Cited from King Henry VI, Part 3, by William Shakespeare
  • Let none be ashamed to learn, for a good work requireth good counsel. Cited from The Mind of the Artist, ed. by Mrs. Laurence Binyon
  • For what is the hope of the godless, When God requireth his life? Cited from The Makers and Teachers of Judaism, by Charles Foster Kent
  • Take pains therefore to know what it is that thy nature requireth, and let nothing else distract thee. Cited from Meditations, by Marcus Aurelius
  • Christ requireth nothing more of us, than that we should confess him, and speak freely and undauntedly of him. Cited from Selections from the Table Talk of Martin Luther
  • "Remember, my child, that God requireth the past, and nothing which you say, or do, or think, is lost to him." Cited from Choice Readings for the Home Circle, by Anonymous
  • These divers heats we use, as the nature of the operation which we intend requireth. Cited from Ideal Commonwealths, by Various
  • Nor has he any other or more excellent righteousness, of which the law taketh notice, or that it requireth, than this. Cited from The Works of John Bunyan Volume 2, by John Bunyan
  • Yet every claim requireth a proof, not mere words and displays of outward piety. Cited from The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, by Baha'u'llah
  • Now, saith the text, when he bringeth him thus into the world, he requireth that worship be done unto HIM. Cited from The Works of John Bunyan Volumes 1-3, John Bunyan
  • An absolute promise therefore is, as we say, without if or and; that is, it requireth nothing of us, that itself might be accomplished. Cited from The Works of John Bunyan Volumes 1-3, John Bunyan
  • Order requireth that we begin with reverent prayer to God for his acceptance and assistance, which is not done. Cited from Coleridge's Literary Remains, Volume 4., by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • These divers heats we use, as the nature of the operation, which we intend, requireth. Cited from The New Atlantis, by Francis Bacon
  • In euery rode there be at the least thirtie, in some two hundred men, as the passage requireth. Cited from Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, Vol. 11, by Richard Hakluyt
  • But it requireth more knowledge, than his, to form general rules, which people strain (when ignorant) to false deductions to make them out. Cited from Swift's Writings on Religion, Vol. I, by Jonathan Swift
  • We should never speak worse of any man whatever than he certainly deserveth, according to the most favourable construction of his doings; never more than the cause absolutely requireth. Cited from Sermons on Evil-Speaking, by Isaac Barrow
  • It requireth much discernment and much time to enucleate and bring into light their abstruse wisdom and gravely featured virtues. Cited from Citation and Examination of William Shakspeare
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