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Literary usage of Geminally
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1. A Complete Body of Doctrinal and Practical Divinity: Or, A System of by John Gill (1796)
"... geminally contains all the grace which afterwards appears, and all die fruits, effects, acts, and exercises of it. II. The springs and causes of ..."
2. Elements of Divinity: Or, A Course of Lectures: Comprising ... the System of by Thomas N. Ralston (1851)
"Our common nature was geminally in him, and with him identified in the offence. As the acorn contains within its limited compass the substance, germ, ..."