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and how can there be on earth a more perfect, typical expression of this, than the vast unisonous song of a multitude, who, with one mouth and one heart, glorify their God and their Redeemer--where the voices of all, young men and maidens, old men and children, are, as it were, the voice of one person.
Citing the line about heartbeats, she avers that the mother "generat[es] a mother-tongue that is more about closeness and rhythm, about wordless understanding and unisonous heart-beats, than about signification and difference.
Otherwise, the map would appear unisonous and consisting solely of the 1835 tuffs, without such remedy.