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    1. " Her words and actions confound him on so many levels, he hardly knows which one to address first

    2. He uses that which is foolish to confound the wise

    3. He would resurface in the time of another Great War veteran who sought to confound the Empire

    4. She moved in zigzags, which did confound the beasts somewhat as they followed her

    5. For ye see your calling, brethren, how that not many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble, are called: But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty; And base things of the world, and things which are despised, hath God chosen, yea, and things which are not, to bring to nought things that are:

    6. When they are advanced by the merchant or manufacturer, the consumer, who finally pays them, soon comes to confound them with the price of the commodities, and almost forgets that he pays any tax

    7. Of course his training had been extensive: the ability to tolerate the ghostly interferences and the unsubstantial feel of surrounding matter was nothing that would confound him

    8. To this purpose, God must be expunged from the public consciousness lest His presence confound the prescribed arrangements of mechanical processes where two plus two may not necessarily add up to four nor does it have to provided such dubious calculations preserve the implausible standards of an unthinking individual who has been summarily reduced to rote

    9. How wonderful it would be, we both agreed, were medical science able to discover remedies for ―incurable‖ diseases like Alzheimer‘s, ALS, Paralysis and inscrutable forms of Cancer that continue to confound medical authorities

    10. What's troubling you? Confound it, speak up, can't you?"

    11. mouth of the lion? Or shall the wolf confound me? (3) Was it not enough for them that they lay in wait for my father's flock, and rent

    12. 33 And the fourth division was of the children of Levi, Gad, and Asher, and they resolved to go into the midst of the Egyptians to confound them, and Moses said to them, Remain in your stations and fear not, only call to the Lord that he may save you out of their hands

    13. 9 Therefore is the name of it called Babel; because the Lord did there confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did the Lord scatter them abroad on the face of all the earth

    14. confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did the LORD scatter

    15. But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty; (1Cor

    16. 33 And the fourth division was of the children of Levi Gad and Asher and they resolved to go into the midst of the Egyptians to confound them and Moses said to them Remain in your stations and fear not only call to the Lord that he may save you out of their hands

    17. I have a plan to confound the plan of the One Lord

    18. “Silence, confound it!” hissed the Dangler

    19. Let us not confound loudness with emphasis

    20. equally have the ability to confound any dogmatist

    21. It dawned upon him that the prospect of not finding a bride would confound him no end

    22. On the last day of your Week of Disasters, a member of the other crew chose blinding rain and darkness to confound your soldiers

    23. "We have learned to use the mystery of our beliefs to confound the white man

    24. The danger of this type of design is that Order Effects will confound your results

    25. Small circles, made of thought, confound us thinkers, but that centripetal force, that tensile string of fallibility binds us to their dizziness

    26. approach, satan is using everything in his limited power (he is, after all, God’s tool) to confound

    27. Christian leaders, and confound their thinking into believing that the tribulation is for the pure,

    28. Fascinating, aren’t they? Can you see how these scriptures may confound and confuse

    29. confound their language, (use metaphor) that they may

    30. Confusion); because the Lord did there confound the

    31. in an attempt to confound us

    32. Lowly and common men and women were used in this forwarding, and none had any particular talent to do so, but then looking quietly about this matter, God always seemed to use the simply things of life to confound the so-called wise

    33. Just as I couldn't hope to extinguish the sun, these skeptics could not hope to confound God

    34. "Where did you get that?" Said Carter more confound than a

    35. To confound a sad mind and lead sorrow awry

    36. Well, I’ve to confound her so that she won’t have the wits to refuse

    37. Questions as to why this had to happen only confound us

    38. Indeed, some of the mysteries that confound scientists can be reasoned away by applying this model

    39. Did the magicians prosper and bewitch him as they bewitched the people’s eyes? Here is what happened with the magicians: “When the magicians came, Moses said to them ‘cast down what you want to cast down’ and when they had thrown down (their cords and staffs), Moses said ‘magic is what you have done’, and Al’lah will surely confound it

    40. In examining whether or not he was bewitched: if this was indeed true, then after they had thrown down their cords and staffs he would not say to them: “…God will certainly confound it…”, because one who is bewitched cannot attack, and with that saying, he was challenging them and mocking what they were doing

    41. I'd like to write the great names on this page, the names of the poets, first and greatest of the gods, to raise it to dignity and confound the ghost of Prior, but I won't out of consideration for you

    42. That his son-in-law, so long connected with the Court, should confound anything royal, even if it was only time, quite took his breath away

    43. Nor had he ever heard him use the word confound before

    44. "Sir, confound _you_," said Fritzing, clapping on his hat

    45. Yet he went on feeling cheap; and when Tussie who was hurrying along with a cup of chocolate in each hand ran into him and spilt some on his sleeve the sudden rage with which he said "Confound you, Tussie," had little to do with the hot stuff soaking through to his skin and a great deal with the conviction that Tussie, despised from their common childhood for his weakness, smallness and ugliness, would never have done what he had just done and betrayed what the girl had chosen to keep secret from her maid

    46. "Truly," he reflected, "the foolish things of the world confound the wise, and the weak things of the world confound the things that are mighty

    47. They, certainly, didn't matter; while as for his own friends, those friends who had behaved badly to him on Vera's death, not only didn't he care twopence for their criticisms but he could hardly wait for the moment when he would confound them by producing for their inspection this sweetest of little girls, so young, so devoted to him, Lucy his wife

    48. The English have devised a system of weight measures with the apparent intent to confound the rest of the world

    49. confound the strong, by selecting women to spread the

    50. Do you want to be involved with God’s work at the end of the age? God uses the simple to confound the wise

    1. When those three different sorts of revenue belong to different persons, they are readily distinguished; but when they belong to the same, they are sometimes confounded with one another, at least in common language

    2. Wages, therefore, are in this case confounded with profit

    3. His whole gains, however, are commonly called profit, and wages are, in this case, too, confounded with profit

    4. Both rent and profit are, in this case, confounded with wages

    5. In Carolina, where the planters, as in other British colonies, are generally both farmers and landlords, and where rent, consequently, is confounded with profit, the cultivation of rice is found to be more profitable than that of corn, though their fields produce only one crop in the year, and though, from the prevalence of the customs of Europe, rice is not there the common and favourite vegetable food of the people

    6. 'With the confounded goat who ate the Klaxons wire

    7. I had him in my sights during the months he flew in a net under that confounded lighter-than-air animal that blindsided me

    8. The Breton woman positively confounded the Stormcloak soldiers

    9. As a shilling fresh from the mint will buy no more goods in the market than one of our common worn shillings, so the good and true money which might be brought from the coffers of the bank into those of a private person, being mixed and confounded with the common currency of the country, would be of no more value than that currency, from which it could no longer be readily distinguished

    10. The proposition is so very manifest, that it seems ridiculous to take any pains to prove it ; nor could it ever have been called in question, had not the interested sophistry of merchants and manufacturers confounded the common sense of mankind

    11. When the greater part of the coin, however, was in this degenerate condition, forty four guineas and a-half, fresh from the mint, would purchase no more goods in the market than any other ordinary guineas; because, when they came into the coffers of the merchant, being confounded with other money, they could not afterwards be distinguished without more trouble than the difference was worth

    12. He turned his confounded gaze upward, noting the clouds sliding against the darkening expanse

    13. He lifted the clock off a small table, stared at its face, confounded by how it could be so late, how thirty-five minutes could've passed by since the alarm was supposed to have gone off

    14. He took pleasure in the thought that in spite of their technological superiority these invaders seemed confounded when it came to running trading blocks

    15. “Where’s that confounded bridge?” I grunted

    16. “I find myself confounded by this McGill business,” I admitted to the Adj

    17. They heard confounded voices shouting directions

    18. He tried to remember more of what the voice had been saying to them, but he had been utterly confounded by its meager explanations

    19. While Celia instinctively rocked him gently, the girl nodded with bewilderment before speaking in a confounded voice as low as a whisper:

    20. Had he made an error? Was this not God’s will? He listened to his thoughts and was confounded

    21. His face was motionless, unable to look anything other than utterly confounded

    22. Ethan’s confounded look was exaggerated by his dumbstruck tone of voice:

    23. 26 Therefore their inhabitants were of small power, they were dismayed and confounded; they were as the grass of the field, and as

    24. I suppose it was some of them confounded old maids at the Glen, was it

    25. 20 They were confounded because they had hoped; they came in there, and were ashamed

    26. 5 They cried to you, and were delivered: they trusted in you, and were not confounded

    27. 13 Let them be confounded and consumed that are adversaries to my soul; let them be covered with reproach and dishonour that seek

    28. 5 Let them all be confounded and turned back that hate Zion

    29. for they shall not be confounded that put their trust in you

    30. desired, and you shall be confounded for the gardens that you have chosen

    31. 9 Moreover those who work in fine flax, and those who weave networks, shall be confounded

    32. 23 Then the moon shall be confounded, and the sun ashamed, when the Lord of

    33. 27 Therefore their inhabitants were of small power, they were dismayed and confounded: they were as the grass of

    34. you shall be ashamed and confounded: they shall be as nothing; and those who strive with you shall perish

    35. 17 But Israel shall be saved in the Lord with an everlasting salvation; you shall not be ashamed nor confounded of

    36. God will help me; therefore shall I not be confounded; therefore have I set my face like a flint, and I know that I shall not be ashamed

    37. 19 For a voice of wailing is heard out of Zion, How are we spoiled! we are greatly confounded, because we have forsaken the land,

    38. 14 Every man is brutish in his knowledge: every founder is confounded by the graven

    39. found no water; they returned with their vessels empty; they were ashamed and confounded, and covered their heads

    40. confounded, and the residue of them will I deliver to the sword before their enemies, says the Lord

    41. 18 Let them be confounded that persecute me, but let not me be confounded: let

    42. eat up all your pastors, and your lovers shall go into captivity: surely then shall you be ashamed and confounded for all your

    43. repented; and after that I was instructed, I struck on my thigh; I was ashamed, yes, even confounded, because I did bear the reproach

    44. 24 The daughter of Egypt shall be confounded; she shall

    45. Misgab is confounded and dismayed

    46. Hamath is confounded, and Arpad, for they have heard evil

    47. confounded, Merodach is broken in pieces; her idols are confounded, her images are broken in pieces

    48. her whole land shall be confounded, and all her killed shall fall in the midst of her

    49. 51 We are confounded, because we have heard reproach: shame

    50. gold and silver, are like the stones that be hewn out of the mountain: those who worship them shall be confounded

    1. So confounding in the ways of your compassion

    2. And there was Frank confounding him by

    3. Disgruntled Catholics, (including the Clergy), operating within the Church, are precursors of The Antichrist; unwittingly paving the way for his eventual return; preparing a spiritual wasteland, confounding all aspects of Church doctrines and teachings superseding authoritative truths with (spiritually) vague and uncertain ecclesiastical notions pandering to the whims of an uninformed Conscience; discrediting revealed wisdoms and traditional customs inspired by the Holy Spirit

    4. The love was confounding and beyond overwhelming; it was incredulous to say the least

    5. “Henceforth, he considered the institution of the papacy (as) the enemy of Christ, confound(ing) Christianity by pretending to rule it

    6. What's a little bitter confounding

    7. Why in God‘s name they would want to deny their children an education was confounding to me

    8. Roger had faced difficult situations before, but none was as de grading, devastating and confounding as this one, for it defiled deeply rooted beliefs and could wreck many lives

    9. appears so confounding to people is because there are so many symbols that are needed to

    10. This paradox is so confounding that in a sense it uses math to imply no one can ever get anywhere

    11. confounding, and he needed to get the smaller matter out of the way before asking the next most

    12. don’t have to worry about individual differences confounding the results of your

    13. reliable guide to understanding the universe— physicists have been confounding our

    14. confusions with the purpose and intent of confounding the suits

    15. Closing the password box and right-clicking on the icon, Wickland selected Properties in hopes of gaining some further insight into the nature of this folder, the title of which was ambiguous and confounding

    16. Amidst confounding rites and rituals the king was prepared

    17. “We're back at the giver?” her feet grew into the ground confounding her beginnings, destroying her own foundations

    18. Seeing the note produced a sudden confounding of his already baffling ruminations

    19. Adding to the confusion and confounding the medical community’s understanding

    20. targeted at confounding and confusing the understanding of the Angel of the Bottomless Pit, Beast, Dragon and other crucial symbolism

    21. in several locations in the Book of Revelation to support the misuse and confounding of the symbol

    22. They didn’t find it confounding

    23. This is based on both the misinterpretation and purposeful confounding of ancient

    24. permitted to continue confounding truth and wisdom, which causes widespread ignorance and harm

    25. pointed out earlier, this was an ancient predictive and prophetic tool, so confounding this feature on

    26. burying and confounding the meaning of symbolized wisdom

    27. But that there should he three distinct Persons in the Godhead; that One of these should lay aside the 'form of God’ and descend to be born of a Virgin, so as to become part of the integral personality of the Christ; and that this occurred 1877 years ago in Palestine, in the Son of Mary,—is a proposition of prima facie incredibility so confounding to sense and reason that the tendency of the thinking public, learned and unlearned, has ever been largely in the direction of skepticism or resolute denial

    28. The mistake has arisen from confounding God’s action towards us in grace (and the new corresponding rule of conduct, which forbids vindictive or compensatory behavior to those who offend us) with God's action in law, and His dealings in judgment with those who, having refused His mercy, must feel the weight of His justice

    29. Both in Plato and Aristotle we note the illusion under which the ancients fell of regarding the transience of pleasure as a proof of its unreality, and of confounding the permanence of the intellectual pleasures with the unchangeableness of the knowledge from which they are derived

    30. At those times, I would decide conclusively that my disaffection to dear old Joe and the forge was gone, and that I was growing up in a fair way to be partners with Joe and to keep company with Biddy,—when all in a moment some confounding remembrance of the Havisham days would fall upon me like a destructive missile, and scatter my wits again

    31. It was tempting to think of that expensive Mercenary publicly airing his boots in the archway of the Blue Boar's posting-yard; it was almost solemn to imagine him casually produced in the tailor's shop, and confounding the disrespectful senses of Trabb's boy

    32. "Speaking professionally, it was admirably done," cried I, looking in amazement at this man who was forever confounding me with some new phase of his astuteness

    33. The third day Nikolay induced his brother to explain his plan to him again, and began not merely attacking it, but intentionally confounding it with communism

    34. The three Isabels, overshadowed and clear cut in a great smoothness confounding the

    35. I CAN’T SPEAK,” he proclaimed, confounding the medical advice with a hoarse shout

    36. But there was a change in Gatsby that was simply confounding

    37. If they had been at home, settled at Lowick in ordinary life among their neighbors, the clash would have been less embarrassing: but on a wedding journey, the express object of which is to isolate two people on the ground that they are all the world to each other, the sense of disagreement is, to say the least, confounding and stultifying

    38. It was for the instant confounding and bottomless, for if he WERE innocent, what then on earth was I? Paralyzed, while it lasted, by the mere brush of the question, I let him go a little, so that, with a deep-drawn sigh, he turned away from me again; which, as he faced toward the clear window, I suffered, feeling that I had nothing now there to keep him from

    39. We focus on the wrong endpoints; participants and coinvestigators see through our blinding schemes; the effects of neglected and unobserved confounding factors overwhelm and outweigh the effects of our variables of interest

    40. For example, when my firm was analyzing the market share size of Western Union, there were several confounding factors in play

    41. Since all the inputs with the exception of volatility are knowable, you might think that volatility is the most confounding and important of the inputs

    42. We said earlier that volatility is the most confounding input in our effort to know the value of an option

    43. Let there be no mistake as to our meaning: we are not confounding what is called "political opinions" with the grand aspiration for progress, with the sublime faith, patriotic, democratic, humane, which in our day should be the very foundation of every generous intellect

    44. "God is dead, perhaps," said Gerard de Nerval one day to the writer of these lines, confounding progress with God, and taking the interruption of movement for the death of Being

    45. The movie was over budget almost before it even began filming! Making matters even more confounding, Dr

    46. As to the first assertion, it is a miserable fallacy, confounding coincidence of interest with subjection of will; things in their nature palpably distinct

    47. The erroneous impressions with regard to this bank have arisen from ignorance of facts, relative to the practical fiscal operations of the Government, and from confounding an original, independent power, to establish banks and corporations, with a necessary auxiliary to the execution of the powers given

    48. I have adverted to this branch of the powers of the Federal Government as a means of dispelling the obscurity which has been thrown over the constitutional question, to which I shall soon come, by confounding the powers of Congress over the States, with their powers over the territories

    49. He would apprize his friend from Georgia of an error which he had fallen into, in confounding monopolies with patent rights

    1. He is apt to denominate, however, his whole gain, profit, and thus confounds rent with profit, at least in common language

    2. It is this point that confounds many Christians

    3. ship over the duration of her stroll? confounds me

    4. It confounds me that once level-headed

    5. And no one confounds us the Savior who have

    6. confounds spiritual truths and wisdom

    7. suppresses the feminine and purposely confounds ancient wisdom

    8. It confounds together all the inhabitants of a parish, good and bad, as equally regenerate persons, leading to a general acknowledgment of worldly virtues as Christian graces, and lowering the supernatural system of spiritual religion to a level which suits the average ungodliness

    9. The true antidote to materialism is not found in a bold ignoring of facts as to the generation of human nature, or as to its structure and functions; much less in setting up a metaphysic which confounds survival with eternal duration, and even maintains survival of the soul by arguments which revolt the judgment of many of the foremost philosophers of the age

    10. And I or you pocketless of a dime may purchase the pick of the earth, And to glance with an eye or show a bean in its pod confounds the

    11. I can’t call what Christian does flying, and he confounds me by going up not down

    12. The force is necessary, and the arms, of course; but the war is really won by the man who sits back, like one cheating at cards, and confounds the enemy with his trickery

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