Xxxvi sentence example

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  • xxxvi.
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  • 22-26, and Job xxxvi.
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  • 3-7, xxxvi.
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  • 18 seq., xxxvi.
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  • 5, 10, xxxvi.
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  • and xxxvi.
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  • xxxvi.; J.
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  • Moreover, Pliny (xxxvi.
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  • - xxxvi.; lxxii.
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  • - xxxvi.) and partly in Hebrew (i.
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  • - xxxvi.
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  • Medicina xxxvi.
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  • Ann., 1889, xxxvi.
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  • In Ezekiel xxxvi.
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  • Windeshemense, cap. xxxvi.).
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  • 19 and Isaiah xxxvi.
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  • 74, xxxvi.
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  • 32; Dio Cassius xxxvi.
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  • XXXVi.
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  • 23, xxxvi.
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  • The turkey, so far as we know, was first described by Oviedo in his Sumario de la natural historic de las Indias 2 (cap. xxxvi.), said to have been published in 1527.
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  • He also saw the building of Nero's "golden house" after the fire of 64 (xxxvi.
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  • 88 B.C.), the author of a work in five volumes on famous works of art xxxvi.
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  • 113, 156, xxxvi.
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  • For his scientific work see Professor Adams's address, Monthly Notices, xxxvi.
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  • I-11, xxxvi.
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  • 7; xxxvi.
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  • After much diplomacy, Antiochus advanced into Greece and Rome declared war upon him in 191 B.C. (Livy xxxvi.
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  • 1, xxxvi.
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  • R.A.S., xxxvi.
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  • 6, xxxvi.
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  • Deecke in a series of articles in the Rheinisches Museum, xxxvi.
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  • 4; Justin xxxvi.
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  • 140, 161, xxxvi.
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  • io, xxxvi.
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  • xxxvi.; also E.
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  • graeca, xxxvi.
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  • Lastly, Pliny (xxxvi.
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  • Dio Cassius xxxvi.
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  • 17 sqq., and of the " princes " in xxxvi.
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  • deal with the fall of the angels, their destruction of mankind, and the condemnation of the fallen angels, the subject-matter now suddenly changes and xvii.- xxxvi.
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  • 614, and xxxvi.
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  • It is doubtful whether the fast mentioned by Livy (xxxvi.
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  • 62, xxxvi.
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  • xxxvi.; and a note on Simon Morhier in the memoirs of the Antiquarian Society of France, vol.
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  • xxxvi.), gave the following graphic description of the state of the Sulina mouth when the commission entered on its labours in 1856: "The entrance to the Sulina branch was a wild open seaboard strewn with wrecks, the hulls and masts of which, sticking out of the submerged sandbanks, gave to mariners the only guide where the deepest channel was to be found.
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  • "The generations of Esau, the same is Edom," provide much valuable material for the study of Israel's rival (xxxvi.).
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  • 9-13, 15, 22b-29; xxxvi.
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  • The Edomite genealogies (xxxvi.) represent a more extensive people than the references in the popular stories suggest, and the latter by no means indicate that Edom had so important a career as we actually gather from a few allusions to its kings (xxxvi.
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  • 4, xxxvi.
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  • Harrison (Myths and Monuments of Ancient Athens, xxvii.- xxxvi.) as a fiction to explain the ceremony performed by the two maidens called Arrephori.
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  • Polybius started to join him, but broke off his journey at Corcyra on learning that the Carthaginians were inclined to yield (xxxvi.
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  • 3 - xxix., xxxvi.
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  • 1; A 2, the Cedar and Vine Vision = xxxvi.
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  • Beer (op. cit.) agrees that xxxvi.
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  • 38, 82; Livy xxxvi.
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  • xl.-1v., that Israel's mission is to give the knowledge of religious truth to the other nations of the world; he goes so far as to say that Yahweh's object in restoring the fortunes of Israel is to establish his reputation among the nations as a powerful deity (xxxvi.
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  • This kingdom of God he conceives of as moral: Yahweh is to put his own spirit into the people,' creating in them a disposition to obey his commandments, which are moral as well as ritual (xxxvi.
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  • xxxvi.), and seems to be known in its native country as the "Chunnia," differs from the Seriema by frequenting forest or at least bushy districts.
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  • See Dio Cassius xxxvi.
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  • Chapter XXXVI.
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  • 17; Dio Cassius xxxvi.
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  • des religions, xxxvi.
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  • 40 foil., xxxvi.
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  • xxxvi.; Ezra i.).
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  • xxxvi.), and suggest that certain members of a closely related collection of groups had separated from the main body and were ultimately enrolled as Israelites.
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  • See Cicero's speech; Dio Cassius xxxvi.
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  • Harvard, xxxvi.
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  • See Sallust, Catilina, 35.49; Dio Cassius xxxvi.
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  • Sic. xxxvi.
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  • 19-25, was to be Greek, was now declared to be Roman by the Apocalypse of Baruch (xxxvi.
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  • Kl., XXXVI.
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  • Gottingen (1890), xxxvi.
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  • According to P, Jacob came to Hebron, and it was at this juncture that Jacob and Esau separated (a second time) and the latter removed to Mount Seir (xxxvi.
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  • 5 See Hammer von Purgstall on the "Seven Seas," in Jahrbiicher der Literatur, xxxvi.
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  • 27 a vast structure raised by Caligula (xxxvi.
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  • 15-149), modelling (151-158), and sculpture in marble (xxxvi.).
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  • He prefers the marble Laocoon in the palace of Titus to all the pictures and bronzes in the world (xxxvi.
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  • Balaam), son of Beor, and states that a Hadad, son of Bedad, smote Midian in the field of Moab (Gen, xxxvi.
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  • Fill Sion with thy majesty and thy Temple with thy glory" (xxxvi.
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  • and xxxvi.) about methods of wall-painting, the preparation of the stucco surface, and other practical details in building is taken almost word for word from Vitruvius, especially from vi.
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  • For France, there are the works by Achille Luchaire, Les Communes francaises a l'epoque des Capetiens directs (Paris, 1890), and Paul Viollet, "Les Communes frangaises au moyen Age," Memoires de l'Acade'mie des Inscriptions et Belles-lettres, tome xxxvi.
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  • and Hispanica; the fragments of Sallust; Dio Cassius xxxvi.
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  • 8 sqq.; 2 Chron, xxxvi.
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  • i) Jeremiah was bidden to write down " all the words that Yahweh had spoken to him against Jerusalem (so LXX.), Judah and all the nations from the days of Josiah onwards " (xxxvi.
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