The "Sayings" of Pythagoras.
... sayings darkly expressed by Pythagoras to his disciples by means of symbols, it
seems likewise expedient to remind (the reader) of the ... Plant not a palm tree in ...
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The Coast of the Asphaltites, the Essenes. En-Gedi.
... not give place to Jericho, one inch in regard of the glory of palm-groves. ... in the
Talmudists be the same with that Tadmor,"we leave to the reader to consider ...
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A Memorable Sentence,
... At present it may be sufficient that the reader should remember what has been just
now ... with the first six trumpets, and the multitude of the palm-bearers with ...
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The Sixth Book
... The reader should recognize that what I said above concerning one wicked man is
not ... reach the height of all virtues, so the worst hope to claim the palm in all ...
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The Wise Man, Having Found that Wisdom Brought with it but ...
... Pause, beloved reader: turn your eyes from the page, and dwell on it in thy spirit
a ... pools of this world: no, but to pitch our tents by the palm-trees and the ...
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The Savanna of Aripo
... the company of my host, was to the Cocal, or Coco-palm grove, of ... If, therefore, the
reader cares nothing for botanical and geological speculations, he will be ...
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... The business of the men of Jericho was about palm-trees; which they either joined ...
Pannag.' This I have seen in the book of Josephus Ben Gorion." Judge, reader. ...
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A Provision Ground
... And that?' Let the reader who has a taste for the beautiful as well as the useful ...
it is so unlike aught else, so perfect in itself, that, like a palm, it might ...
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... numbering little more than twenty families, with groups of palm-trees surrounding ...
question cannot fail to have occurred to the most unobservant reader, why the ...
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The Holy City; Or, the New Jerusalem:
... Reader, it will require the utmost effort of your powers of faith in perfectly ... in
life and immortality-all are pure-clothed in white robes-the palm of victory ...
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Topical Bible VersesDeuteronomy 18:14
For these nations, which you shall possess, listened to observers of times, and to diviners: but as for you, the LORD your God has not suffered you so to do.Topicalbible.org
Palm of the Hand
Palm Tree in the Temple Seen in the Vision of Ezekiel
Palm Tree of the Prosperity of the Righteous
Palm Tree used As a Symbol of Victory
Palm Tree: Branches of, Thrown in the Path when Jesus Made his Triumphal Entry Into Jerusalem
Palm Tree: Deborah Led Israel from Under A
Palm Tree: Jericho Was Called "The City of Palm Trees"
Palm Tree: Wood of, Used in the Temple
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