Xxviii sentence example

xxviii
  • The description of the king of Tyre (xxviii.
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  • xxviii.; A.
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  • xxviii.
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  • Chapter XXVIII.
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  • xxviii.; 11.
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  • Monaco, xxviii.
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  • xxviii.; 44.'
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  • Huffer, Alfred von Reumont (Cologne, 1904); and the same writer's article in the Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie, Band xxviii.
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  • (1895), xxviii.
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  • franc. xxviii.
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  • 28; xxviii.
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  • Leo I., although he recognized the council as ecumenical and confirmed its doctrinal decrees, rejected canon xxviii.
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  • 19, xxviii.
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  • 13, xxviii.
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  • Lit., xxviii.
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  • Pertz's Scriptores xxviii.
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  • Balfour and Henry Sidgwick, in the Academy (xxviii.
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  • The same deficiency became still more apparent when, between 1869 and 1871, he published his Hand-List of Genera and Species of Birds in three 1813-1814, p. xxviii.); but, through the derangements of that stormy period, the order was never carried out (Mem.
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  • xxviii).
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  • Branch, xxviii.
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  • 12), and with the wrathful intervention of Yahweh referred to by Isaiah (xxviii.
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  • Acts xxviii.
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  • conferred the title of lord mayor, and a second charter, given in 1392, shows that the government then consisted of a lord XXVIII.
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  • and Ecclus., but not in Eccles.), in accordance with the Hebrew view, which regards all human powers as bestowed directly by God; it is identified with the fear of God (Job xxviii.
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  • The personification of wisdom reaches almost the verge of hypostasis: in Job xxviii.
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  • It is mentioned also as a halting place in the account of Paul's journey to Rome (Acts xxviii.
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  • xxviii.).
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  • Volkens, "Ober die Karolinen Insel Yap," in Verhandlungen Gesellschaft Erdkunde Berlin., xxviii.
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  • XXVIII.
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  • The fatal siege of Samaria (724-722 B.C.) seems to have given occasion to chap. xxviii.; but the following On the question of the Isaianic origin of the prophecy, ix.
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  • To the south of the Anapus is the hill of Polichne, on which stood the Olympieium, attributed on stylistic grounds to 581 B.C. Its monolithic St Paul tarried at Syracuse three days on his way to Rome (Acts xxviii.
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  • i - xxviii.
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  • Paul is a prisoner when he writes, and the place of composition may therefore be Caesarea or Rome (Acts xxviii.
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  • A further examination of the epistle shows that it must have been written towards the close of the B&erla An of Acts xxviii.
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  • Lit., xxviii.(1909), pp.182-199, and artt.
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  • 1, xxviii.
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  • 10-35, xxviii.
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  • xv., xxviii.
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  • Dodd in Journal of Hellenic Studies, xxviii.
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  • (1898), p. 517; and xxviii.
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  • 95, xxviii.
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  • xxviii.) which denied the Real Presence was substituted one by Guest with the desire " not to deny the reality of the presence of the Body of Christ in the Supper, but only the grossness and sensibleness in the receiving thereof."
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  • 2, xxviii.
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  • 49, xxviii.
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  • 5, xxviii.
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  • In 61 St Paul landed here, and spent seven days before leaving for Rome (Acts xxviii.
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  • Another version of the Adam-story is given by Ezekiel (xxviii.
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  • 8, 18), and is led away by pride to equalize himself with Elohim (cp. xxviii.
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  • p. 83; 1902, xxviii.
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  • 24 - xxiii., xxviii.
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  • 21 - xxviii.
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  • The divided plotting scales lying on the drawing boards of the statues of Gudea (Nature, xxviii.
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  • xxviii.) couples her name with that of Cornelia, the mother of the Gracchi, as an example of the Roman matron 1 In spite of the explicit statements of Suetonius, Plutarch and Appian that Caesar was in his fifty-sixth year at the time of his murder, it is, as Mommsen has shown, practically certain that he was born in 102 B.C., since he held the chief offices of state in regular order, beginning with the aedileship in 65 B.C., and the legal age for this was fixed at 37-38.
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  • 34; xxviii.
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  • 6, 20, 21; xxviii.
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  • 16, xxviii.
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  • and xxviii.
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  • 21-24), and in 205 B.C. was able to furnish Scipio with a considerable quantity of arms and provisions (Livy xxviii.
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  • (xxviii.
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  • cap. xxviii), speaks of "the holy fathers whom we have styled confessors, i.e.
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  • xxvii., xxviii.
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  • xxviii.); (e) the consecration of Aaron and his sons (xxix.
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  • (oil for the lamps), xxviii.
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  • - xxviii.; Halle, 1834-1850), edited by Bretschneider and Bindseil, to which must be added Bindseil's Supplementa (Halle, 1874).
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  • As we have seen, the viking outbreak was probably part of a XXVIII.
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  • 23 and xxviii.
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  • 8, 26, 28) - the wicked ruler who oppresses the poor is condemned as not reaching the ideal standard (xxviii.
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  • Thus the population, which XXVIII.
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  • end of the XXVIII.
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  • In keeping with this, verses 26-28 of chapter xxviii.
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  • Army reserves (XXVIII.
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  • At the tercentenary of " Bishop Morgan's Bible " in 1888 a national movement of appreciation was set on foot amongst Welshmen of all denominations both at home and abroad, with the result that XXVIII.
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  • 10, xxviii.
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  • Butler (3(3 vols., London, 1896); Usener, Gotternamen (Bonn, 1896); Grant Allen, The Evolution of the Idea of God (London, 1897); Forlong, Short Studies in the Science of Comp. Religions (London, 1897); Lang, The Making of Religion (1898); Lyall, Asiatic Studies (2 vols., London, 1899); Baissac, Les Origines de la religion (Paris, 1899); Marillier, " Religion," Grande Encyclop. xxviii.
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  • 3; xxviii.
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  • 24, xxviii.
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  • (1904) 363; Revue historique, xxviii.
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  • - xxviii.), may reasonably be adduced in support of their independent origin.
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  • ii., iv., v., xxiii., xxviii.), who is followed by Livy (bks.
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  • On the 24th of November 1394 Wykeham lent the king the sum of £t000 (some £30,000 of our money), which same sum or another £1000 he promised on the 21st of February 1395 XXVIII.
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  • 391, 1848; xxviii.
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  • 1-20) after Acts xxviii.
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  • Levison, "Die alteste Lebensbeschreibung Ruperts von Salzburg" in Nerves Archiv fur aeltere deutsche Geschichtskunde, xxviii.
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  • 18 and xxviii.
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  • 62-66, xxviii.
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  • The commission to go and convert Gentile peoples Olin) is given after Christ's resurrection (xxviii.
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  • 200, xxviii.
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  • Albert, Monaco, xxviii.
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  • The larger part perished under the Mahommedan rule and under the more barbarous tyranny of the Tatars, when through XXVIII.
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  • 7, xxviii.
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  • Two of these are certainly by Theocritus, viz., xxviii.
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  • 7; xxviii.
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  • xxviii.; T.
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  • It was also a way of healing the sick (Acts xxviii.
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  • There XXVIII.
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  • was never more than XXVIII.
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  • Monod, "Les Sources du regne de Hugues Capet," in the Revue historique, tome xxviii.
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  • And there is much that is anticipatory of modern libertarian views in the psychological argument by which Carneades attempted at once to avoid the Epicurean identification of will with chance, and to prove the rationality of choice, undetermined by any external or antecedent necessity, as an explanation of human actions Xxviii.
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  • Xxviii.
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  • 9, To and xxviii.
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  • 22-26), where a vision prompts him to accept the God of the place should he return in peace to his father's home (xxviii.
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  • the phrase in xxviii.
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  • 34, xxviii.
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  • 24 sqq., xxviii.
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  • The story tells how Jacob discovered its sanctity, - it was the gate of heaven, - made a covenant with its God, established the sacred pillar, and instituted its tithes (xxviii.).
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  • Jacob leaves his dying father at Beersheba (xxviii.
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  • The sacred pillar erected by Jacob at Bethel was solemnly anointed with oil, and it (and not the place) was regarded as the abode of the Deity (xxviii.
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  • 4, xxviii.
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  • Yet the present aim of the narratives is to link together the traditions and emphasize Jacob's return from Laban to his dying father (xxviii.
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  • p. 199; Jacob, Memoirs R.A.S., xxviii.
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  • The disastrous overthrow of Israel in the north (xxxi.) finds its explanation in an interview with the dead Samuel (xxviii.
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  • i, see xxviii.
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  • The independent narratives of the latter's fate seem to represent one of those disastrous attacks upon the north which are familiar in the later history of the northern kingdom (xxviii.
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  • xxvii.), and his concluding acts (xxviii.
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  • Dante mentions Dolcino's name (Inferno, c. xxviii.), and his memory is not yet completely effaced in the province of Novara.
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  • xxviii.) it is again Hagen who provokes the catastrophe by taunting Kriemhild when she asks him if he has brought with him the hoard of the Nibelungs: "The devil's what I bring you !"
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  • GROUP XXVIII.
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  • It is served by the Baltimore & Ohio, the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, the Pennsylvania, the Chicago, Indiana & Southern and (for freight only) the Elgin, Joliet & Eastern, the Chicago Terminal Transfer, and the Indiana Harbour Belt railways; and is connected with Chicago and with the surrounding XXVIII.
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  • allergen exposure: health aspects of indoor air: Berzelius Symposium XXVIII.
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  • The false-necked vases (XXVIII, 1, 7) are repeatedly found; one (fig.
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  • - xxvii., botany, including agriculture, horticulture and materia medica; xxviii.
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  • Meteorology, Table XXVIII.).
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  • 1-16a a note forwarded by Paul to Rome during his last voyage thither, in order to advise some of the local Christians of his arrival (Acts xxviii.
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  • 5 1 -53, and by the sublime vision of the Risen Christ at the close, xxviii.
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