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Ch. 4, p. 388. iii, We firmly believe History will rank Mr. Lincoln among the most prudent of statesmen and the most successful of rulers. LOWELL Political Essays, 2. In association with (a relation to many connected with ; Abraham Lincoln p. 184. number of persons or objects) having as, some truth may be found among ; ; errors. What news among the merchants ? SHAKESPEARE Merchant of Venice act sc. 1, iii, 1. 24. Whether it is possible to think without the aid of language, is a question which has been a constant source of dispute amongst logicians and psychologists.
Tautological, since follow to follow after is in approved adds the idea of seeking to overtake. " use, since after PREPOSITIONS DEFINED AND ILLUSTRATED after 32 After for: After and for are in certain uses equivalent and used interchangeably. One may be said to be named after or for Lincoln one may seek after fame or seek for it. The fact that ; after carries the sense of seeking, reaching toward, or caring for (probably from the following or pursuing after something desired) disposes of the objection that of course one one who is named after any lived before him.