Xxxvii sentence example

xxxvii
  • 20-23, xxxvii.
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  • xxxvii.
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  • xxxvii.; 10a.
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  • 25-35 and in xxxvii.
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  • 44, xxxvii.
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  • 10-22, xxxvii.
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  • - v.; xxxvii.
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  • - vi., xxxvii.
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  • before 95 B.C., and xxxvii.
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  • 2, xxxvii.
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  • See Dio Cassius xxxvii.
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  • XXXVII.), its definition of the Church (Art.
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  • 16; Job xxxvii.
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  • 1, 31, xxxvii.
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  • - xxxiii., xxxvii.
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  • - xxxvii.) are not part of the original poem, but were inserted in it afterwards.
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  • 133, xxxvii.
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  • i ff., xxxvii.
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  • 3, xxxvii.
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  • - xxxvii.
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  • p. xxxvii.
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  • 65; xxxvii.
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  • 20); in another Elijah is called Ilyasin (xxxvii.
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  • 85; xxxvii.
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  • xxxvii).
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  • - xxxiv., xxxvii.
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  • 9, xxxvii.
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  • Cheyne, who writes (Decline and Fall of the Kingdom of Judah, London, 1908, p. xxxvii.)..
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  • 37; Isaiah xxxvii.
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  • 576 sqq.; xxxvii.
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  • In Sicily also, where Pliny (xxxvii.
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  • 6, pro Flacco, 38; Plutarch, Cicero, 12; Dio Cassius xxxvii.
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  • xxxvii art.
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  • ~, 5; xxxvii.
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  • xxxvii.); V.
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  • The immortal gods are everywhere the same; they govern the world (xxxvii.
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  • 37), yet leaves their wills free (xxxvii.
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  • These are introduced and concluded by xxxvii.
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  • (1907), who considers Boeotia, not Thrace, to have been the original home of Dionysus; P. Foucart, " Le Culte de Dionysos en Attique " in Memoires de l'Institut national de France, xxxvii.
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  • 19xxxv.), the "fathers" of the tribes of Israel, and concludes with the personal history of Joseph, and the descent of his father Jacob (or Israel) and his brethren into the land of Egypt (xxxvii.
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  • 16-20, contrast xxxvii.
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  • 10-14, 15-19).1 Finally, Genesis turns from the patriarchs to the" generations of Jacob "(xxxvii.
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  • the incidents which primarily concerned Simeon and Levi alone have, however, been adjusted to the general history of Jacob and his family.) The first place is given to Joseph (xxxvii.), although xxxviii.
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  • crowds the early history of the family of Judah into the twenty-two years between xxxvii.
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  • (in the main); xxxvii.
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  • Judah is promised a world-wide king (xlix.8-io), though elsewhere the supremacy of Joseph rouses the jealousy of his "brothers" (xxxvii.
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  • 27), and here, north of Beersheba, he continues to live (xxxvii.
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  • 7, xxxvii.
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  • 12 sqq.), while Jacob seems to settle at Shechem (xxxiv.), and there or at Dothan, a few miles north, his sons pasture their father's flock (xxxvii.
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  • xxxv., xxxvii.
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  • "at that time Judah went down from his brethren"- in xxxvii.
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  • (xxvii.) i 1, xxxvii.
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  • Psalm XXXVII O Lord, rebuke me not in Thy wrath, neither chasten me in Thy hot displeasure.
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  • Ezekiel's style is generally impetuous and vigorous, somewhat smoother in the consolatory discourses (xxxiv., xxxvi., xxxvii.); he produces a great effect by the cumulation of details, and is a master of invective; he is fond of symbolic pictures, proverbs and allegories; his " visions " are elaborate literary productions, his prophecies show less spontaneity than those of any preceding prophet (he receives his revelations in the form of a book, ii.
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  • The following chapters (xxxiv.- xxxix.) are devoted to reconstruction: Edom, the detested enemy of Israel, is to be crushed; the nation, politically raised from the dead, with North and South united (xxxvii.), is to be established under a Davidide king; a final assault, made by Gog, is to be successfully met, 4 and then the people are to dwell in their own land in peace for ever; this Gog section is regarded by some as the beginning of Jewish apocalyptic writing.
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  • This astrological week became very current in the Roman empire, but was still a novelty in the time of Dio Cassius (xxxvii.
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  • 1 Its position between two good harbours, Naustathmus and Lampter (Livy xxxvii.
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  • Chapter XXXVII.
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  • In the course of this series, however, he saw fit to alter the name of his two subclasses, since those which he at first adopted were open to a variety of meanings, and in a communication to the French Academy of Sciences in 1853 (Comptes rendus, xxxvii.
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  • 4), exercised at one time great influence at court (chap. xxxvii.), and could venture to address a king unbidden (vii.
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  • The beauty and incisiveness of the poetic prophecy in xxxvii.
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  • (on toga and trabea), and Me'moires de l'Academie des inscriptions, xxxvii.
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  • See his Writings, Political, Judicial and Literary (3 vols., Boston, 1852), edited by Nahum Capen; and an article in the New England Magazine, new series, xxxvii.
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  • In 63 B.C., at Caesar's instigation, he prosecuted Gaius Rabirius for treason; in the same year, as tribune of the plebs, he carried a plebiscite which indirectly secured for Caesar the dignity of pontifex maximus (Dio Cassius xxxvii.
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  • 16 The primary meaning is probably " sink down, fall," in which sense - common in Arabic - the verb appears in Job xxxvii.
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  • 7, 33; Ep. xxxvii.
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  • i.-iv.), affirmed the Three .Creeds (vii.), since many Anabaptists held Arian and Socinian opinions which were rife in Switzerland, Italy and Poland, condemning also their views on original sin (viii.), community of goods (xxxvii.), and on other subjects in articles which do not mention them by name.
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  • xxix.-xxxi., xxxvii.; Prideaux, Tr.
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  • Mag., 1868, 35, p. 161, and the full account, which serves as an excellent example of the extraordinary care and ingenuity of Regnault's work, is given in the Memoires de l'academie des sciences, 1868, xxxvii.
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  • Again, the Belgic foot of the Tungri is the basis of the present English land measures, which we thus see are neither Roman nor British in origin, but Belgic. Generally a unit is transferred from a higher to a less civilized people; but the near resemblance of measures in different countries should always be corroborated by historical considerations of a probable connexion by commerce or origin (Head, Historia Numorum, xxxvii.).
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  • 11-12; Jubilees, xxxvii.
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  • For authorities see Cimbri; also Pliny, xxxvii.
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  • 9) and Ezekiel uses similar language (xxxiv., xxxvii.); but that such passages do not necessarily mean more than that the Davidic dynasty shall be continued in the time of restoration under worthy princes seems clear from the way in which Ezekiel speaks of the prince in chs.
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  • Sic. xxxvii.
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  • Morley in Fortnightly Review, xxxvii.
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  • Borchardt, Em altagyptisches astronomisches 1 nstrumentin Zeitschrzft fr agyptische Sprache, xxxvii.
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  • Seleucis reconquered northern Syria without much difficulty (Justin xxxvii.
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  • Nicole, Bulletin de l'Institut Genevois, xxxvii.
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