Xlix sentence example

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  • p. 301, &c. (1878) and Band xlix.
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  • xlix.
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  • 313-315; Dio Cassius xlix.
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  • Chapter Xlix.
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  • 1-4, xlix.
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  • As we know from Jeremiah xlix.
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  • xlix.; (3) Apologia s.
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  • and xlix.; also R.
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  • vi., Crelle, xlix.
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  • - xlix.
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  • - lxxii.) with doxology and subscription; (c) a twofold Levitical collection (xlii.- xlix.; 1., lxxiii.
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  • The new section which begins at chap. xlix.
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  • (1891), xlix.
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  • Civil Engineers, xlix.
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  • 313; Dio Cassius xlix.
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  • 29-42, and Monthly Notices, R.A.S., xlix.
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  • and xlix.
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  • The hymn of praise by Ben Sira (Ecclesiasticus xlix.
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  • 2 5, xlix.
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  • See Monthly Notices, xlix.
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  • The Hebrew text of Ecclesiasticus xlix.
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  • xlix.) and Moses (Deut.
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  • xlix.), and editions of the Arabic and Syriac New Testaments for the British and Foreign Bible Society.
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  • 98, xlix.
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  • p. 540; Suetonius, Tiberius, 37, Caligula, 1; Dio Cassius xlix.
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  • Then he summoned all the "sons" to gather round his bed, and told them "what shall befall in the latter days" (xlix.).
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  • 3) this universal good is directly related to God's particular purpose for His chosen people; so also in the blessing of Jacob (xlix.) and of Moses (Deut.
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  • Parker in Archaeologia, xlix.
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  • of Aphraates (Paris, 1894), p. xlix.
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  • 15 (the people), xlix.
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  • Nord-Syrien, Atlas, plate xlix.
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  • (in the main) and xlix.
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  • Jesus ben Sirach (Ecclesiasticus), who wrote about 200180 B.C., in his otherwise complete list of Israel's leading spirits (xlix.), makes no mention of Daniel.
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  • 5) and likewise their future abodes in heaven or hell (xlix.
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  • der Wissenschaften, xlix.
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  • xlix.); an elegant poem; stops just before the attainment of Buddhahood.
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  • 8, Edom, xlix.
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  • See article by Ruhl in Allgemeine deutsche Biographie, xlix.
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  • Even in the beginning of the 2nd century B.C., when Ben Sira praises notable figures of the exilic and post-exilic age (Zerubbabel, Jeshua and Nehemiah), Ezra is passed over (Ecclesiasticus xlix.
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  • the curse in xlix.
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  • 22, but see xlix.
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  • 22, or in the poem xlix.
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  • 4 The blessing in xlix.
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  • I sqq., his charge to his sons (xlix.
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  • 3-7; xlix.
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  • 25 sqq.), of Isaac over Esau and Jacob (xxvii.), of Jacob over his sons (xlix.) or grandsons (xlviii.), would have no meaning to Israelites unless they had some connexion with and interest for contemporary life and thought.
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  • The cursing and dispersion of Simeon and Levi (xlix.
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  • Full of enthusiasm, they set about rebuilding the temple and realizing the glowing promises about the prosperity and dominance of Zion that had fallen from the lips of the Second Isaiah (xlix.
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  • During Edward VI.'s time the courts Christian seem practically to have ceased to exercise criminal jurisdiction (Hale, Precedents in Criminal Cases, p. xlix.).
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  • The section opens with a soliloquy of the "Servant of Yahweh," which leads on to a glorious comforting discourse, "Can a woman forget her sucking child," &c. (xlix.
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