Xxvi sentence example

xxvi
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  • Society, xxvi.
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  • 11, 14, xxvi.
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  • 23, xxvi.
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  • 12-15, xxvi.
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  • xxvi.
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  • The line is joined at each end to distributors which are xxvi.
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  • 33 6, 544, xxvi.
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  • Jour., xxvi.
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  • It was originally the practice to place the calling apparatus in series in the line circuit, but the effect of the large impedance introduced by the electromagnets of the call XXVI.
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  • XXVI.
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  • and XXVI I.
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  • xxvi.; E.
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  • 56); and the Jejunium Cereris, a fast also introduced (191 B.C.) by command of the Sibylline books (Livy xxvi.
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  • 9; xxvi.
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  • 5, 1 1, 16, xxvi.
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  • - xxvi.
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  • - xxvi.).
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  • The export trade in cattle, sheep and pigs is practically restricted to pedigree animals required for breeding purposes, and though its aggregate value [[Table Xxvi]].-Quantities and Value of Home-bred Live Stock exported from the United Kingdom, 1900-1905.
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  • Details for the six years 1900-1905 are summarized in Table XXVI.
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  • Soc. xxvi.
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  • See also Drayton's Polyolbion, Song xxvi.
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  • considerable thickness, suspended in the centre ' of the circular vault of the heavens, an idea perhaps borrowed from the Babylonians, for Job (xxvi.
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  • 13, xxvi.
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  • are of secondary origin, and are to be associated with its appearance at Shiloh, the fall of which place, although attributed to the time of Samuel, is apparently regarded by Jeremiah (xxvi.
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  • It is possible that this is the Gospel of Perfection (Eimy-yatov TEXEL60-Ews) which he touches upon in xxvi.
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  • xXVi.
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  • 21); (6) the resurrection of the body (xxvi.
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  • of Philology, xxvi.
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  • The castle, XXVI.
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  • 2; xxvi.
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  • 22, xxvi.
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  • (1895), p. 419; xxvi.
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  • I I; xxvi.
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  • xii.), the doctrine of grace ex opere operato (xxvi.).
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  • I, xxvi.
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  • Arising out of the incident is an account of a covenant between Abimelech and Isaac (xxvi.
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  • The dioxide is formed by burning tellurium in air or xxvi.
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  • The earliest in order of composition were probably those numbered from xxvi.
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  • zur Investiturfrage," in the Forschungen zur Deutschen Geschichte, Band xxvi.
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  • 32, 34, xxvi.), at the Exodus of the Israelites (Ex.
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  • xxvi.) are not restricted to Philistines, and Phicol (ibid.) is too obscure to serve as evidence.
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  • Myres, Journal of Hellenic Studies, xxvi.
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  • p. xxvi.
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  • 5 1867, xxvi.
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  • 18-22, xxvi.
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  • 30, xxvi.
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  • 26, xxvi.
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  • It involves, moreover, the incongruity of supposing that thirty-seven years elapsed between Esau's marrying his Hittite wives (xxvi.
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  • The first table that was actually published is due to Gauss, and was printed in Zach's?llonatliche Correspondenz, xxvi.
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  • xxv., xxvi.).
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  • 4, and xxvi.
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  • But whilst Esau married among the Canaanite "daughters of the land" (P in xxvi.
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  • Many times in the course of his investigations the critic will be confronted with problems which cannot be resolved by xxvi.
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  • included "A coffer wyth ij liddes to serue for an Awter and ned be " (Archaeologia, xxvi.
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  • xxii., xxiii., xxiv., xxv., xxvi.; 4th series, vols.
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  • de la Syrie, Plate xxvi.
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  • Studies (1906), xxvi.
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  • 9, xxvi.
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  • 14, 19; Job xxvi.
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  • Soc. Zool., xxvi.
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  • Soc., xxvi.
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  • 46, xxvi.
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  • van Deman Magoffin, Topography and Municipal History of Praeneste (Johns Hopkins University Studies, xxvi.
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  • 55, xxvi.
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  • 15, 18, xxvi.
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  • 17), Isaac (xxvi.
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  • 4, xxvi.
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  • 28, xxvi.
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  • Job xxvi.
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  • de chimie, 1798, xxvi.
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  • Chem Soc., 1904, xxvi.
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  • and xxvi.; M.
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  • Waitz and published in the Monumenta Germaniae historica: Scriptores, Band xxvi.
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  • The mediator was an angel, who is called sometimes the " Spirit " (xxvi.
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  • In an address which is put in the mouth of Abraham (xxvi.
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  • XXVI' DYNASTY
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  • (?), XII., XXVI.
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  • 4241-4238 B.C.1 Their results in general XXVI.
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  • to XXXI.), including the Saite and Persian Periods (Dynasties XXVI.
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  • xxvi., and must have mentioned it at xxvi.
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  • 10-20, xxvi.
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  • 8 and xxvi.
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  • 24 and xxvi.
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  • 16-26, xxvi.
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  • 9 al.); xxvi.
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  • The reception of Proverbs into the Hebrew Canon was for a time opposed on the ground of a supposed contradiction between two aphorisms (xxvi.
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  • and xxvi.; Maspero, Histoire ancienne des peuples de l'Orient classique, tome iii., Les Empires (Paris, 1899); J.
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  • Podmore, Gurney and Myers, Phantasms of the Living (1885); for the Census Report see Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, part xxvi.; see also F.
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  • Bourquelet, "Sens des mots France et Neustrie sous le regime merovingien," in the Bibliotheque de t'ecole des chartes, xxvi.
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  • pp. 33 8 ff., xxvi.
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  • 9 _ Elementa musica, chap. xxvi.
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  • (1891), xxvi.
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  • After serving as the home of the Redvers and Courtenay families, xxvi.
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  • XXVI.).
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  • II, 14, xxvi.
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  • Dyserinck, Theologisch Tijdschrift, xxvi.
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  • Thus in Skane nearly 60% of the land is under cultivation; in the midlands about 30%; in the north from 4.5% in xXVi.
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  • King John III., the most learned of the Vasas, and xxvi.
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  • xxvi.) "the numerical orders of the image," are consequently only odd powers; the condition for the formation of an image of the mth order is that in the series for and the coefficients of the powers of the 3rd, 5th.
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  • The drinking of large quantities xxvi.
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  • Olivieri, "Sul mito di Oreste nella letteratura classica" (with a section on modern literature) in Rivista di Filologia, xxvi.
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  • Chap. xxvi.
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  • The word was early applied by the Protestants to the Romanists, with an allusion to the "congregation of evil doers" (Vulgate Ecclesiam malignantium) of Psalm xxvi.
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  • 13-15, and by the heads of "the nation," xxvi.
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  • 43 and roo xaTpos µov (" of my father") xxvi.
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  • 31-46; xxvi.
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  • 511; Theocritus xxvi; Apollodorus iii.
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  • Her third husband was Polemon, king of Cilicia, but she soon deserted him, and returned to Agrippa, with whom she was living in 60 when Paul appeared before him at Caesarea (Acts xxvi.).
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  • 1.66, E¦iris TWV 61rvwv), and poem xxvi.
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  • and xxvi.
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  • And the assumption seems to be confirmed by the respectful attitude of certain " elders of the land " in xxvi.
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  • Swift's aim was limited to co-operation in what was then deemed the well-deserved putting down of xxvi.
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  • (1882) and xxvi.
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  • After about a week's feeding they drop to the ground, lie dormant for a month, during which time they acquire their fourth pair of legs xxvi.
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  • - xxvi.), which,thowever, contain many later insertions.
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  • 8, xxvi.
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  • 1-17, xxvi.
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  • The story of the events at the court of Abimelech (xxvi.) finds a parallel in the now disjointed xx., xxi.
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  • 22-34; note the new explanation of Beersheba, the reference in xxvi.
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  • 2-5, contrast xxvi.
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  • 7-IJa, 12-17, 19-20, 26b; xxvi.
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  • 22 seq., xxvi.
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  • Isaac at Beersheba enters into an alliance with the Philistines (xxvi.
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  • 10, and Isaac xxvi.
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  • 49) and Feronia (Livy xxvi.
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  • Crystalline rocks, g ranites, gneisses and schists, of the Central Xxvi.
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  • 22 and xxvi.
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  • 1755), but no proof of an early date is furnished by xxvi.
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  • xxvi.) 2 The main points are Saul's confession and his recognition that David would prevail (xxvi.
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  • were contiguous-though 2 It is difficult to decide which is the older; for xxvi.
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  • or xxvi.
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  • Stead, "Switzerland" in Story of the Nations, xxvi.; C. Dandliker, Geschichte der Schweiz (1892-1895), and English translation (of a shorter history by the same) by E.
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  • Newberry, "The Flora of Amboy Clays," U.S. Geological Survey, Monograph xxvi.
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  • In the New Testament Damascus appears only in connexion with the miraculous conversion of St Paul (Acts ix., xxii., xxvi.), his escape from Aretas the governor by being lowered in a basket over the wall (Acts ix.
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  • Group Xxvi.
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  • H. N., xxxiii. i. 18 ), in the sixth by every senator and senator's son (Liv. xxvi.
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  • Thai done; Ib. xxvi.
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  • Has he bad, sa haf Thai done; Ib. xxvi.
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  • Chapters XXVI.
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  • xxvi.; Grdgoire and Wygaerts, La Reconstitution do noyau et Ia formation des chromosomes daos las cinses somatiques, i.
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  • The pioneer experiments on Lord Denbigh's estates at Newnham Paddox, in XXVI.
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  • It was before him and his sister Berenice (B.2) that St Paul pleaded his cause at Caesarea (Acts xxvi.).
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  • He says of himself, and justly, "that he was incapable of dissimulation" xxvi.
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  • - xxvi.), the writer takes up most of the laws, both civil and ceremonial, which (see above) had been incorporated before in " J " and " E," together with many besides which were current in Israel; these, as a rule, he expands, applies or enforces with motives; for obedience to them is not to be rendered merely in deference to external authority, it is to be prompted by right moral and religious motives.
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  • xxvi.), with certain very marked characteristics (from one of which it has received the name of the " Law of Holiness "), which have been combined with elements belonging to, or conceived in the spirit of, the main body of " P. " Not long after " P " was completed, probably in the 5th century B.C., the whole, consisting of " JE " and Deuteronomy, was combined with it; and the existing Hexateuch was thus produced.
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  • xxvi.); (c) the court of the Tabernacle and the altar of burntoffering (ch.
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  • and xxvi.; Lynch, Armenia, vol.
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  • H. N., xxxiii. i. 18), in the sixth by every senator and senator 's son (Liv. xxvi.
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  • Has he bad, sa haf thai done; Ib. xxvi.
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