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3. Liberty and civilization are only fragments of rights wrung from the strong hands of wealth and book learning.Sentencedict.com
4. Civilization does not remian static, but changes constantly.
5. The book explores the relationship between religion and civilization.
6. Greece was the cradle of western civilization.
7. Rome Columns outlast the civilization that built them.
8. It is too late to Ruskinize their civilization.
9. The civilization of mankind has taken thousands of years.
10. Chinese civilization is one of the oldest in the world.
11. The ancient Egyptian civilization is one of the oldest in the world.
12. Some records of ancient civilization were discovered recently.
13. Environmental damage threatens the whole of civilization.
14. Gold was totally unknown to their civilization.
15. We were reaching the limits of civilization.
16. Rome was the matrix of Western civilization.
17. Civilization is on the brink of apocalypse.
18. I finally reached what we laughingly call civilization.
19. Has civilization advanced during this century?
20. The ancient civilization fellinto oblivion.
21. Charity is the daughter of civilization.
22. Our civilization remains enslaved to materialism.
23. The book treats of the progress of civilization.
24. It is said that civilization is always on the move.
25. The Victorians regarded the railways as bringing progress and civilization.
26. Art and music are among the great products of human civilization.
27. Scraping away patiently in soil with their fingers, the team of scientists discovered the ruins of an ancient civilization.
28. I think we can date the decline of Western Civilization quite precisely.
29. People have no letters at the primary stage of civilization.
30. The Sung Dynasty contributed three great inventions to world civilization.
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