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Use "tas" in a sentence
"And what the apostle here calls tas praxeis tou somatos, "the deeds of the body," he therein expresseth the effect for the cause metonymically; for he intends ten sarka sun tois pathemasi kai tais epithumiais, as he expresseth the same thing, Gal.v. 24, "The flesh with the affections and lusts," whence all the corrupt deeds wherein the body is instrumental do arise."
"Avadhûtas, that is, those who have shaken off worldly restrictions, and the more devout among them belong to an order divided into four classes of which only the highest is reserved to Brahmans and the others are open to all castes."
"We just counted the number of sticks that you could successfully remove from the "tas"."