Xxxi sentence example

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  • 23-30, xxxi.
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  • 6-18,18, xxxi.).
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  • xxxi.
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  • and XXXI.
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  • xxxi.; 2 Sam.
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  • Juliani, xxxi.; Paulini Nolani Carmen xii.
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  • iv., xxxi.; 2 Sam.
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  • xxxi.).
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  • 82, 8 and xxxi.
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  • - xxxi.; Aurelius Victor, Epit.
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  • (sometimes quoted as xxxi.), chaps.
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  • Demanche, " La 'Formation de la nation Boer," Rev. franCaise (1906), xxxi.
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  • (1888), xxxi.
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  • Chapters i.- xxxi.
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  • Sacred Books of the East, xxxi.
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  • and XXXI.).
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  • 1 3, xxxi.
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  • to reconcile his Father to us, and to be a sacrifice, not only for original guilt, but also for all actual sins of men "; and (xxxi.) "
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  • I-11, 15, xiii.-xiv., xxv.- xxxi.; 2 Sam.
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  • 1, xxxi.
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  • 46, xxxi.
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  • 19 (also xxxi.
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  • for 1808, xxxi.
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  • Anzeiger 1907, xxxi.
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  • 49-51), Livy (xxxi.
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  • Colini in Bullettino di palentologia Italiana, xxxi.
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  • 18, xxxi.
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  • to XXXI.), including the Saite and Persian Periods (Dynasties XXVI.
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  • to XXXI.).
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  • From this brief re-establishment of Persian dominion (counted by Manetho as Dynasty XXXI.) no document survives except one papyrus that appears to be dated in,the reign of Darius III.
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  • The concluding section on the Sabbath (xxxi.
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  • 16, xxxi.
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  • 2; xxxi.
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  • i.-ix., xxxi.
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  • 2-7, xxxi.
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  • 11-31), one is a full picture of a good housewife's home life (xxxi.
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  • 2-4) and King Lemuel's mother (xxxi.
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  • 14, xxxi.
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  • 20 the mother is spoken of, along with the father, as teacher of the children, and it is assumed, therefore, that she is competent; but nothing is said of the education of women - in xxxi.
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  • (1909), xxxi.
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  • p. 247; Archaeologia, xxxi.
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  • 1-5, xxxi.
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  • 14 sqq., xxxi.
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  • 5; Sacred Books of the East, xxxi.
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  • XXXi.
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  • de Andrade Corvo in Journal das Sciencias Mathematicas, xxxi.
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  • 1 06; Hermathena, xxxi.
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  • (b) xxxi.
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  • Studer, "Challenger Reports," Zoology, xxxi.
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  • This history (Rerum Gestarum Libri XXXI.) was originally in thirty-one books; of these the first thirteen are lost, the eighteen which remain cover the period from 353 to 378.
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  • The vocabulary is still largely the same; whole sentences can be transliterated from one language to the other merely by making regular phonetic changes and without the variation of a single word (for examples see Bartholomae, Handbuch der altiranischen Dialekte, 1883, p. v.; Williams Jackson, Avesta Grammar, 1892, pp. xxxi.
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  • is an amalgam of J and E with later additions; but xxxi.
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  • ad Psalmos; opera xxxi.
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  • See Ammianus Marcellinus xxxi.
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  • 754 ff.) that they were never formally admitted to membership, but that they maintained their supremacy in the council (Livy xxxi.
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  • - xxxi.
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  • Moses is represented as speaking not with any hope of preventing Israel's apostasy but because he knows that the people will eventually prove apostate (xxxi.
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  • 24, where Moses is the speaker; xxxi.
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  • 6 The flight of Jacob and his household (from Paddan-Aram, xxxi.
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  • 31-43; the difficulties in the reference to the latter in xxxi.
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  • 24, 28b, 29; xxxi.
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  • Isaac built its altar, and Isaac's God guarded Jacob in his journeying (xxxi.
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  • Later hands have by no means eliminated or modified them altogether, and in xxxi.
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  • 21; xxxi.
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  • Barnes, Cambridge Bible, Chronicles, p. xxxi.).
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  • and his advisers; "Relation de la mort de Charles V" in Haureau, Notices et extraits, xxxi.
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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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  • Similarly, Saul's disaster leaves Israel again in the hands of the " Philistines " (xxxi.
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  • Soc. xxxi.
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  • The section dealing with Egypt is one of remarkable imaginative power and rhetorical vigour: the king of Egypt is compared to a magnificent cedar of Lebanon (in xxxi.
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  • There is a good bibliography on pp. xi - xxxi of R.
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  • 463), Professor Spencer (Nature, xxxi.
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  • xxxi.; Spinoza, Tractatus TheologicoPoliticus, 1670, ch.
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  • The first biblical mention of "Mount Gilead" occurs in connexion with the reconcilement of Jacob and Laban (Genesis xxxi.).
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  • xxxi, 3, 16; Ptolemaic, Strack, Inschriften 103) and a minister of finance (6 E7r1; TWv 7rpov65wv in the Seleucid kingdom; App. Syr.
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  • 24, the Greek translation of the Hebrew "Satan"); the role assigned him (envy) is similar to that expressed in "Secrets of Enoch," xxxi.
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  • xxxi.) have finally disposed of the supposition, long entertained, that Goujon died during the St Bartholomew massacre in 1572.
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  • includes the first crusade, and in the course of book xxix., which contains an account of the Tatars, the author enters on what is almost contemporary history, winding up in book xxxi.
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  • (loth ed., 1902), xxxi.
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  • He was a member of the group of scholars who gathered around Charlemagne, and was entrusted with the charge of the public buildings, receiving, according to a fashion then prevalent, the scriptural name of Bezaleel (Exodus xxxi.
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  • He dwells on a glorious forest-mountain (cp. Ezekiel xxxi.
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  • His "Theoretical Considerations respecting the Corona" (Monthly Notices, xxxi.
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  • The German experts seem to favour the latter form; the specification issued by the Physikalisch-Technische Reichsanstalt of Berlin may be found in the Electrician, xxxi.
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  • To gather the dispersed implies a call of God to individuals, and in the restored Israel the covenant of Yahweh shall not be merely with the nation but with man one by one, and "they shall no more teach everyone his neighbour saying, Know the Lord, for all shall know Me from the least of them even to the greatest of them" (xxxi.
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  • They were overtaken at Gilead, 2 whose name (interpreted "heap of witness") is explained by the covenant into which Jacob and Laban entered (xxxi.
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  • It was reserved for Jeremiah, in the darkest days of his life, to build up the ideal of a spiritual society which should weld Israel together, to proclaim a new covenant (xxxi.
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  • Kurz, "Beurteilung der Aussichten auf eine Wiederbelebung der Kultur der Euphratand Tigrisniederung," in Deutsche geographische Blotter, xxxi.
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  • - xxxi.), (j) the sin of the Golden Calf, and another earlier version of the first legislation (xxxii.
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  • t-to), the payment of the half-shekel (1t-t6), the brazen laver (17-21), the anointing oil (22-33), the incense (34-38), the appointment of Bezaleel and Oholiab (xxxi.
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  • xxxi.; Lanore, "La Tapisserie de Bayeux," in Bibliotheque de l'ecole des chartes, vol.
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  • 2; the mother of King Lemuel in xxxi.
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  • - xxxi.) " wisdom " is sometimes common sense or sagacity, sometimes the reflective habit of mind and largeness of outlook, sometimes the recognition of the ideal standard of living.
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  • Steiermark, xxxi.
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  • Of the 142 libri composing the history, the first 15 carry us down to the eve of the great struggle with Carthage, a period, as Livy reckons it, of 488 years (xxxi.
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  • 40,000 men, with the statements in the prose of Numbers as to 600,000 men and more, we at once realise how much closer to actual facts we are brought by early poetry than by the later prose of writers like P. Perhaps it is in chap. xxxi.
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