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" ... with it, or overlie it. Observances are more easily abandoned than ideas, and even when all the external forms of the alien faith have been put on, and few vestiges of the indigenous one remain, the latter still retains its vitality in the mind, and... "
Journal of the Straits Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - 第 13 頁
Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 著 - 1881
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Annual Report of the Hawaiian Mission Children's Society

Hawaiian Mission Children's Society - 1853
...it. Observances are more easily abandoned than ideas, and even when all the external forms of the new faith have been put on, and few vestiges of the indigenous...still retains its vitality in the mind, and powerfully colors or corrupts the other. Again, the study of -nature is far from being alien to a missionary's...
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Malay magic: being an introduction to the folklore and popular religion of ...

Walter William Skeat - 1900 - 685 頁
...find that the latter do not expel and supersede the older religion, but are engrafted on it, blent with it, or overlie it. Observances are more easily...more difficult of ascertainment, or more often elude inquiry."1 " The general principle stated by Logan in the passage just quoted receives remarkable illustration...
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