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Things learned often describes (“learned ________”)
men, man, judge, societies, helplessness, professions, friend, behavior, author, world, counsel, gentleman, response, professor, doctor, writer, languages, journals, scholar, society, judges, profession, doctors, scholars, person, responses, persons, works, friends, body, editor, writers, skills, language, physician, divines, skill, professors, behaviors, gentlemen, class, historian, reader, patterns, treatise, justice, lawyer, prelate, lady, books, authors, bishop, bodies, theologian, discourse, monk, discussion, behaviour, treatises, theologians, member, critic, ignorance, commentator, priest, brother, jew, circles, jews, opinion, antiquary, priests, jesuit, notes, ladies, monks, clergy, associations, something, court, critics, father, physicians, ministry, jurist, rabbi

How learned often is described (“________ learned”)
late, little, lesson, many, other, present, profoundly, more, most, antient, certaine, very, several, persecuted, well, top, certain, prefent, want, better

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