Garments: Liable to Plague and Leprosy
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Chaldaean Civilization
... by a matter of supreme importance would be liable to be ... are clothed to those of the
Chaldaean garments, and the ... it meant [symbol]"mutanu, the plague or death ...
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The Doctrine
... upon pain of death; now if any man doth transgress against any one of these ten,
he doth commit treason, as if he had broke them all, and lieth liable to have ...
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Period iii. The Dissolution of the Imperial State Church and the ...
... curial or an official, or, in case they should be such, are not liable to any ... a new
Constantine, into the font to be washed clean from the old leprosy, and to ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook
Leviticus 13:47-59
The garment also that the plague of leprosy is in, whether it be a woolen garment, or a linen garment;
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Garments of Israel Preserved for Forty Years

Garments of the Poor used As a Covering by Night

Garments of the Poor: Not to be Retained in Pledge

Garments of the Poor: Provided Specially by God

Garments of the Poor: Vile

Garments of the Rich of the Finest Materials

Garments of the Rich: Embroidered

Garments of the Rich: Gay

Garments of the Rich: Gorgeous

Garments of the Rich: Multiplied and Heaped Up

Garments of the Rich: Often Moth-Eaten

Garments of the Rich: Perfumed

Garments of the Sexes, not to be Interchanged

Garments of Those Slain With a Sword not Used

Garments were often Changed

Garments were often Fringed and Bordered

Garments: (Rolled in Blood) Victory

Garments: (Washed in Wine) Abundance

Garments: (White) Righteousness

Garments: Bonnet or Hat

Garments: Burnouse or Cloak

Garments: Called: Clothes

Garments: Called: Clothing

Garments: Called: Raiment

Garments: Called: Vesture

Garments: Cleansed by Water from Ceremonial Uncleanness

Garments: Colours of, Mentioned: Blue

Garments: Colours of, Mentioned: Different Colours

Garments: Colours of, Mentioned: Purple

Garments: Colours of, Mentioned: Scarlet

Garments: Colours of, Mentioned: White

Garments: Girdle

Garments: Girt up During Employment

Garments: Given As a Token of Covenants

Garments: Given As Presents

Garments: Grew Old and Wore Out

Garments: Hyke or Upper Garment

Garments: Liable to Plague and Leprosy

Garments: Materials Used for Camel's Hair

Garments: Materials Used for Linen

Garments: Materials Used for Sackcloth

Garments: Materials Used for Silk

Garments: Materials Used for Skins

Garments: Materials Used for Wool

Garments: Not to be Made of Mixed Materials

Garments: Often Rent in Affliction

Garments: Origin of

Garments: Scribes and Pharisees Condemned for Making Broad the Borders

Garments: Shoe or Sandal

Garments: Tunic or Coat

Garments: Vail

Garments: Worn Long and Flowing

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