Xxvii sentence example

xxvii
  • xxvii.) should also be consulted.
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  • xxvii.
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  • It is approached by a zigzag path at the side of the cliff, from which a flight of stone xxvII.
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  • 17-20, and the description of the commerce of Tyre (xxvii.
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  • 12, 24, xxvii.
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  • XXVII.
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  • Competent critics to-day recognize that such a view is impossible; and it has been suggested with Xxvii.
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  • Soc., xxvii.
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  • xxvii.).
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  • xxvii.)
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  • 12, xxvii.
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  • Maspero, Rec. de travaux (1905), xxvii.
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  • i.) and in his lamentation on Tyre (chap. xxvii.), is also exhibited in the visions contained in chaps.
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  • xxvii.; cf.
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  • That attempts have been made to adjust contradictory representations is suggested by the prophecy ascribed to Jeremiah (xxvii.
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  • of Cape Lithinos is the small bay of Kali Limenes or Fair Havens, where the ship conveying St Paul took refuge (Acts xxvii.
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  • Of the islands in the neighbourhood of the Cretan coast the largest is Gavdo (ancient Clauda, Acts xxvii.
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  • Here he occupied himself in chastening the Amalekites and other robber tribes who made raids on Judah and the Philistines without distinction (xxvii.).
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  • 7, xxvii.
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  • 16, xxvii.
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  • The peasants owning the land remained undisturbed in their XXVII.
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  • He now invited the co-operation of Russia in representations to the Porte on xxvii.
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  • Ammianus Marcellinus xxvii.
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  • The main development and definition of the ecclesiastical vestments, however, took place between the xxvii.
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  • 37 and xxvii.
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  • - xxvii.).
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  • - xxvii.
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  • The vicinity of Trani produces an excellent wine (Moscato di Trani); xxvii.
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  • io); and (3) that at the close of the prophecy, Assyria and Egypt are apparently mentioned as the principal foes of Israel (xxvii.
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  • (1890), xxvii.
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  • (1882), xxvii.
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  • 1-17, xxvii.
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  • - xxvii.; xxxiii.; xxxiv.
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  • xix., xxvii.
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  • - xxvii.; also Ency.
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  • 4, 7, xxvii.
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  • The north-west " Gregale " (Euroclydon of Acts xxvii.
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  • Publius was " chief of the island " when St Paul was shipwrecked (Acts xxvii.
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  • and in the Acts of the Apostles (xxvii.
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  • 2, xxvii.
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  • 5, xxvii.
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  • The idea that peace is a divine institution seems to Xxvii.
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  • Society, xxvii.
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  • Corps at the beginning of the August offensive but when the XXVII.
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  • He was blamed in various quarters for his disposition of the XXVII.
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  • 15 it would seem to represent the crocodile, in Isaiah xxvii.
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  • 4; Bundahish, xxvii.
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  • His papers, numbering over 100, were published principally in the Philosophical Transactions, Proceedings of the Royal Society, Quarterly Journal of Mathematics, Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society and Crelle, and one or two in the Comptes rendus of the Paris Academy; a list of them, arranged according to the several journals in which they originally appeared, with short notes upon the less familiar memoirs, is given in Nature, xxvii.
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  • (Abraham's servant sent to find a wife for Isaac), xxvii.
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  • 34) and Rebekah's expressing her apprehensions (xxvii.
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  • 1, xxvii.
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  • II, xxvii.
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  • For his trial see Buchez et Roux, Histoire parlementaire, xxvii.
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  • Thus Paul in xxvii.
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  • 26, xxvii.
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  • In the story of the Exodus there have been incorporated codes of laws and institutions which were to be observed by the descendants of the Israelites in their future 2 To the same hand are to be ascribed also xxvii.
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  • More," in Archaeologia, xxvii.
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  • 14 et seq., xxvii.
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  • 2, 41, xxvii.
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  • But even then the Adriatic in the narrower sense only extended as far as the Mons Garganus, the outer portion being called the Ionian Sea: the name was sometimes, however, inaccurately used to include the Gulf of Tarentum, the Sea of Sicily, the Gulf of Corinth and even the sea between Crete and Malta (Acts xxvii.
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  • xxvii.) of the extent and splendour of its commercial relations.
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  • Where much is still obscure, all that seems certain is that the antiquity of Phoenicia as a sea and trading power has been greatly exaggerated both in ancient and in modern times; the Minoan power of Cnossus preceded it by many centuries; the influence of Phoenicia in the Aegean cannot be carried back much earlier than the 12th century B.C., and, comparatively speaking, it was " foreign, late, sporadic."' A vivid description of the Phoenicians' trade at the time of Tyre's prosperity is given by Ezekiel (xxvii.
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  • From the lands of the Euphrates and Tigris regular trade-routes led to the Mediterranean with trading-stations on the way, several of which are mentioned by Ezekiel (xxvii.
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  • Between Israel and Phoenicia the relations naturally were close; the former provided certain necessaries of life, and received in exchange articles of luxury and splendour (Ezek xxvii.
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  • Acts xxvii.
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  • 14, xxvii.
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  • Beltz, Memorials of the Order of the Garter (1841,) p. xxvii.
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  • Murithienne, soc. valaisienne des sciences nat., xxvii.
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  • It was an important Roman base during the Hannibalic wars (though at one time it threatened defection - Livy xxvii.
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  • 31, xxvii.
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  • 2), and Cleopatra by Livy (xxvii.
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  • Merchants are expected to cheat; "Sin will thrust itself in between buying and selling" (xxvii.
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  • 104, 114; xxvii.
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  • and xxvii.; for the Ayyubite period, Ibn Khallikans Biographical Dictionary, translated by MG.
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  • xxvii.); (d) the dress of the priests (ch.
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  • "the altar," xxvii.
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  • xxvii.; (4) the following section relating to the anointing oil presupposes the altar of incense (v.
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  • xxv., xxvii.; J.
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  • 29-35, xxvii.
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  • 3 and xxvii.
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  • 1 3 and xxvii.
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  • I and xxvii.
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  • 16 and xxvii.
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  • Something is said here and there bearing on agricultural pursuits, and there is a paragraph (xxvii.
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  • 8, xxvii.), dealings with Israel and perhaps Damascus could probably be inferred.
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  • i.), stories of conquest and settlement, and they connect with the liturgy in Deut, xxvii.
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  • 2, 1), but on an attempt to seize Palestine he was signally defeated by Ptolemy (Justin xxvii.
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  • 33, xxvii.
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  • 5 ff., xxvii.
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  • Next came Badoglio's XXVII.
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  • The other three divisions which completed the XXVII.
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  • The weak point of the Italian line was the Tolmino sector, the weakest part of this sector was at the junction of the XXVII.
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  • Corps, but at the last moment this sector was transferred to the command of the XXVII.
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  • and XXVII.
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  • If he had obeyed in the letter Cadorna's order that the greater part of the forces belonging to the XXVII.
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  • Corps and the absence of news from the XXVII.
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  • 22 the situation in the Grappa sector had been improved by the arrival in line of the XXVII.
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  • Scriptores, xxvii.) also deserve attention.
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  • The earliest examples of specific wines of which we have any record are the Chalybon wine, produced near Damascus, in which the Phoenicians traded in the time of Ezekiel (xxvii.
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  • 15-28, 29 sqq., xxvii.
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  • Legge), and the " Grand Unity " forms the source of all moral order (Li Ki, in Sacred Books of the East, xxvii.
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  • 23, xxvii.
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  • 8; Acts xxvii.
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  • - xxvi., the Law of Holiness, with an appendix (xxvii.) on vows and tithes.
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  • Chap. xxvii.
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  • xxvii.; also the works of Migula and Fischer already cited.
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  • 14 sqq., xxvii.
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  • xxiv., xxvii.
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  • 18, and the two battles at Baecula in Spain (xxvii.
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  • The account of the silencing of the Roman guard by the chief priests is the sequel to the setting of this guard and their presence at the Resurrection, which at an earlier point are peculiar to Matthew (xxvii.
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  • And, further, this matter seems to belong to the same cycle of tradition as the story of Pilate's wife and his throwing the guilt of the Crucifixion of Jesus upon the Jews, and the testimony borne by the Roman guard (as well as the centurion) who kept watch by the cross (xxvii.
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  • 3, 47 and by "the whole nation," xxvii.
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  • 5; xxvii.
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  • (where it is implied); xxvii.
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  • The majesty of Christ is also impressed upon us by the signs at His crucifixion, some of which are related only in this Gospel, xxvii.
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  • A different version is given in Matthew xxvii.
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  • Klostermann, however, takes the ch to be part of the Aramaic root demach, " to sleep "; the word would then mean " field of sleep " or cemetery (Probleme im Aposteltexte, 1-8, 1883), an explanation which fits in well with the account in Matthew xxvii.
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  • 4, 7; Ammianus Marcellinus xxvii.
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  • See Jacques Lenfant, Histoire du concile de Pise (Utrecht, 1731); Mansi, Concil., xxvii.; F.
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  • Matthew (xxvii.
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  • Soc. xxvii.
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  • 34 sq., xxvii.
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  • 25, xxvii.
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  • Myres, "A History of the Pelasgian Theory" (in Journal of Hellenic Studies, xxvii.
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  • 2 The reference to " the fast " in Acts xxvii.
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  • In xxvii.
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  • In fact, it invariably means very much less, and sometimes, as in xxvii.
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  • - xxvi., xxvii.
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  • (I) Chap. xxvii., where the elders of Israel are introduced for the first time as acting along with Moses (xxvii.
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  • i) and then the priests, the Levites (xxvii.
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  • 30-32, xxvii.
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  • 21-34) introduces the story of Jacob's craft when Isaac is on the point of death (xxvii.).
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  • Jacob flees to Laban at Haran to escape Esau's hatred (xxvii.
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  • 4 1 -45); but, according to the latest source (P), he is charged by Isaac to go to Paddan-Aram, and take a wife there, and his father transfers to him the blessing of Abraham (xxvii.
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  • In narrating Jacob's leisurely return to Isaac at Hebron, the writers quite ignore the many years which have elapsed since he left his father at the point of death in Beersheba (xxvii.
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  • 34-35; xxvii.
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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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  • 4 xxvii.
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  • xxvii.), who is actually called Abimelech in the heading of Ps.
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  • The independent stories of David place him in the south of Judah, an outlaw with a large following, or a vassal of the Philistines; and his raids upon south Judaean clans are treated as attacks upon Saul's kingdom (xxvii.
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  • Barnes, Chron., p. 104), it is surely difficult, on historical grounds, to reconcile David's recurring fights with the Philistines with his subsequent escape from Saul to Achish of Gath (xxvii.; already anticipated in xxi.
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  • 54 (Jerusalem), xxvii.
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  • His flight northwards to the Philistine king of Gath (xxvii.) is hardly connected with the preceding situations in xxiv.
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  • xxvii.), and his concluding acts (xxviii.
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  • Its commercial importance is referred to by Ezekiel (xxvii.
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  • Group Xxvii.
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  • (xxvii.) i 1, xxxvii.
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  • The first three were composed when Jerusalem was still standing and the Messiah and the Messianic kingdom were expected: A', a mutilated apocalypse = xxvii.
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  • Charles, The Doctrine of a Future Life (1899); Book of the Secrets of Enoch (1896), pp. xxvii - xxx, ch.
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  • xxi., xxvii.), to whom David fled, is called Abimelech in the superscription to Psalm xxxiv.
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  • were carried out, and practically repeat the earlier chapters verbatim, merely the tenses being changed, the most noticeable omissions being xxvii.
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  • xxvii.), Hilary (de Synodis, lxxxv.), the synod of Nemours (A.D.
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