Whether There was any Reasonable Cause for the Ceremonial ...
... which flies at a great height, pride is forbidden: in the ... The hawk, which helps men
to seize the prey, is ... screech-owl, which seeks its food by night but hides ...
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On the Words, Maker of Heaven and Earth, and of all Things visible ...
... how He has relieved the darkness of the night by rays ... hawk: for by the Divine command
the hawk spreadeth out ... his hand to that which was forbidden), because of ...
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Letter cxxx. To Demetrias.
... Eve was expelled from paradise because she had eaten of the forbidden fruit. ... who
serve the same Lord as you day and night, who while ... 3765] A hawk often singles ...
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The Nile and Egypt
... the vulture of the south and the hawk of the ... Nine gods, but they are in the
night!"As soon ... daughter, however, was perhaps not wholly forbidden,[*] and that ...
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Book ii. Jerome Answers the Second, Third, and Fourth Propositions ...
... Cranes, storks, eagle's gall, hawk's blood, the ostrich, frogs ... unseen world." There
through the night he lay ... eating of the unclean was forbidden, otherwise the ...
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... They fled by night, carrying with them the spoil they ... on his throne with the imperial
hawk behind his ... it was that intercourse with Egypt was forbidden, and the ...
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the Legendary History of Egypt
... minor offices about his person, prepared his food, received the ... up into Egypt under
cover of night, slew and ... a lake, was changed into a hawk-headed crocodile ...
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The Desire of the Righteous Granted;
... out of the bush while she sees the hawk waiting to ... When Eve saw that the forbidden
fruit was a beautiful tree ... she, 'have I desired thee in the night; yea, with ...
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The Assyrian Revival and the Struggle for Syria
... and the pick of his horsemen, crossed the Tigris on rafts, rode all night, and arrived ...
figures of calf or bull, the vulture of Mut or the sparrow-hawk of Horus ...
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Nave's Topical IndexLeviticus 11:16
And the owl, and the night hawk, and the cuckow, and the hawk after his kind,Nave's Topical Index
And the owl, and the night hawk, and the cuckow, and the hawk after his kind,
Nave's Topical Index
Night Hawk: Forbidden As Food
Night used Figuratively
Night: Belongs to God
Night: Caused by God
Night: Commenced at Sunset
Night: Continued Until Sunrise
Night: Designed for Rest
Night: Divided Into Four Watches by the Romans
Night: Divided Into Hours
Night: Divided Into Watches
Night: Eastern Fishermen Continued Their Employment During
Night: Eastern Shepherds Watched Over Their Flocks During
Night: Favourable to the Purposes of the Wicked
Night: Frequently: Accompanied by Heavy Dew
Night: Frequently: Cold and Frosty
Night: Frequently: Exceeding Dark
Night: General Scriptures Concerning
Night: God Frequently: Executed his Judgments In
Night: God Frequently: Revealed his Will In
Night: God Frequently: Visited his People In
Night: Jesus Prays all Night
Night: Meditations In
Night: No Night in Heaven
Night: Originally Divided Into Three Watches
Night: Regular Succession of Established by Covenant
Night: Regular Succession of Ordained for the Glory of God
Night: Seasons of Severe Calamities
Night: Seasons of Spiritual Desertion
Night: Spiritual Darkness
Night: The Darkness First Called
Night: The Heavenly Bodies Designed to Separate Day From
Night: The Jews in Affliction Spent, in Prayer
Night: The Jews in Affliction Spent, in Sorrow and Humiliation
Night: The Jews: Forbidden to Allow Malefactors to Hang During
Night: The Jews: Forbidden to Keep the Wages of Servants During
Night: The Jews: Often Kept Lamps Burning During
Night: The Moon and Stars Designed to Rule and Give Light By
Night: Unsuitable for Labour
Night: Unsuitable for Travelling
Night: Wearisome to the Afflicted
Night: Wild Beasts Go Forth in Search of Prey During
Night: Worship In
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