Xxxiii sentence example

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  • 13, xxxiii.
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  • Jeremiah xxxiii.
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  • In xxxiii.
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  • xxxiii.
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  • 396, and xxxiii.
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  • The influence of the Deuteronomic tradition in redaction is seen in such passages as Genesis xxxiii.
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  • xxxiii.).
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  • As the crusaders advanced to Jerusalem, says Raymund of Agiles (c. xxxiii.), it was their rule that the first-corner had the right to each castle or town, provided that he hoisted his standard and planted a garrison there.
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  • 2 - xxxiii.
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  • 13; compare xxxiii.
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  • I, xxxiii.
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  • 17, xxxiii.
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  • (1896-1897), and English Historical Review for April 1905; Histoire litteraire de la France (1906), xxxiii.
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  • (which is really part of ix.), xxxiii.
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  • (1897), xxxiii.
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  • (1896), xxxiii.
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  • (1894), xxxiii.
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  • and xxxiii.
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  • - xxvii.; xxxiii.; xxxiv.
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  • Isaiah xxxiii.
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  • iv.; Schafer, l.c., and Zeitschrift fiir dgyptische Sprache, xxxiii.
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  • Unger, Philologus, xxxiii.
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  • 48, xxxiii.
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  • xxxiii.), may be mentioned at the same time.
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  • I-I I, xxxiii.
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  • - xxiii.), xxxii., xxxiii.
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  • xxxiii.) of Moses are not by the author of the discourses; and the latter, though not Mosaic, is of considerably earlier date.
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  • - xxxiii.
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  • 5 [xxxiii.
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  • 3 [xxxiii.
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  • 3-6 [xxxiii.
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  • xxxiii.; 2 Kings ix.
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  • xxxiii.; J.
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  • 49, xxxiii.
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  • - xxxii., medical zoology; xxxiii.
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  • Olympiacus, xxxiii.
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  • (1891), and xxxiii.
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  • Only a single friend, his adopted son Zaid (xxxiii.
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  • xxxiii.; in any case, vv.
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  • 9, xxxiii.
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  • 6-9, which clearly forms the sequel to xxxiii.
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  • The latter passage, however, can hardly represent the conclusion of the interview, which is found more naturally in xxxiii.
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  • Natural., xxxiii.
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  • xviii., xxxiii.), the more noteworthy when one considers the tenacity of the savage talio and its retention, though with some modifications, in the Babylonian code.
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  • 34, xxxiii.
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  • part xxxiii.
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  • 23, xxxiii.
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  • xxxiii.); Rhys and Brynmor Jones, The Welsh People, pp 3, 502.
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  • (1908), xxxiii.
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  • Saposhnikov, various articles in same periodical (1897), xxxiii.
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  • 7; Polybius xxxiii.
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  • 3; Psalm xxxiii.
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  • 67; Polybius xxxiii.
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  • But causa xxxiii.
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  • (4) The Blessing of Moses, chap. xxxiii.
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  • xxxiii.), where the opening words of the Benediction on Levi run thus (text as emended by Ball, following LXX; P.S.B.A.
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  • The detailed account of the purchase of the cave of Machpelah (contrast the brevity of xxxiii.
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  • 3-21, xxxiii.
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  • 21), where he buys land and erects an altar (xxxiii.
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  • 5-7), the destruction of the city Shechem by all the sons of Jacob, and the survival of the Hamorites as a family centuries later (xxxiii.
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  • 3; xxxiii.
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  • 18b; xxxiii.
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  • 5, xxxiii.
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  • The chronicler, however, relates that the Assyrian army took him in chains to Babylon, and that after his repentance he returned, and distinguished himself by his piety, by building operations in Jerusalem and by military organization (2 Chron, xxxiii.
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  • The story of his penitence referred to in xxxiii.
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  • 40; Livy xxxiii.
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  • 45), and "not an untrustworthy author" (xxxiii.
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  • (xxxiii.) 1 0, &c., where the translator should have given 7rXarELWv.
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  • cantos V and XXXIII.
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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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  • 9), and in their present shape were hardly pronounced in public - a fact that seems to be hinted at in the statement that he was " dumb " till the fall of Jerusalem (iii.26, xxxiii.
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  • 22); in private interviews the people did not take him seriously (xxxiii.
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  • Chapter XXXIII.
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  • xxxiii.), also of the settling of foreign colonists in Samaria by Esar-haddon (Ezra iv.
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  • The territory was allotted on the partition of the conquered land to the eastern division of the tribe of Manasseh (Numbers xxxiii.
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  • Feilitzen, Upsala and Paris, 1895); Chanqun de Willame (Chiswick Press, 1903), described by P. Meyer in Romania (xxxiii.
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  • (Jeremiah xxxiii.
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  • 3; Appian, Hisp. 37, Punica, 11, 27, 105; Justin xxxiii.
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  • as showing what could be achieved by, and what Hobbes limitations beset, even a critical spirit in the 17th century, the survey of the origin of the Old Testament given by one such individual - Thomas Hobbes in his Leviathan' (published 1651) c. xxxiii.
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  • Quentin, " Le Codex Bezae a Lyon, &c.," Revue Benedictine, xxxiii.
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  • Diodorus records a barbarous attempt made by the Aradians, about 148 B.C. to destroy Marathus, which was frustrated by the pity and courage of an Aradian fisherman (xxxiii.
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  • - xxxvii., mineralogy, especially in its application to life and art, including chasing in silver (xxxiii.
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  • In the Indices to xxxiii.
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  • Accordingly, for the early history of Rome, he prefers following the prae-Augustan writers; but he regards the imperial power as indispensable for the government of the empire, and he hails the salutaris exortus Vespasiani (xxxiii.
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  • The true sequence of the narrative appears to be as follows: Moses is commanded to lead the people to Canaan (xxxiii.
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  • Moses then asks for a fuller knowledge of Yahweh and his ways (xxxiii.
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  • 17), and he is emboldened to pray that he may see the glory of Yahweh; Yahweh replies that his prayer can only be granted in part, for "man shall not see me and live"; a partial revelation is then vouchsafed to Moses (xxxiii.
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  • This was doubtless the general view of the time; Ben-Sira frankly regards the servant as a chattel (Ecclus, xxxiii.
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  • Morris in the New Englander (1874), xxxiii.
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  • Not only does he confuse Thermon, the capital of Aetolia, with Thermopylae (xxxiii.
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  • Polybius, for instance, gives the number of the slain at Cynoscephalae as 8000; the annalists raise it as high as 40,000 (Livy xxxiii.
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  • Elsewhere his blunders are apparently due to haste, or ignorance or sheer carelessness; thus, for instance, when Polybius speaks of the Aetolians assembling at their capital Thermon, Livy (xxxiii.
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  • 1-16; xxx.; xxxiii.; 1.-li.
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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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