Whether There was any Reasonable Cause for the Ceremonial ...
... when it bites, since it dips all its food in water ... written (Gn.9:3): "Even as the
green herbs have I ... time; those trees, to wit, that are cultivated either from ...
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Antony, However, According to his Custom, Returned Alone to his ...
... to eat with any other hermits, recollecting the spiritual food, he begged ... after this,
seeing again that people came, he cultivated a few pot-herbs, that he ...
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... that I may have it for a garden of herbs, because it ... the bit of land which his fathers
had cultivated for more ... he turns his face to the wall, and refuses food. ...
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The Germination of the Earth.
... development, as well corn as vegetables, herbs or brushwood. ... One serves as food to
some animal; medicine has ... Some plant wild fig trees near cultivated fig trees ...
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A Prophet of Peace
... the graces of the Spirit and should be cultivated by all ... one went out into the field
to gather herbs, and found ... those with him who were sorely in need of food. ...
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The Life of Anne Catherine Emmerich
... they may at least be burned, in order that food may be ... strengthened herself and her
friends with the flowers and herbs which she cultivated; or, rather ...
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Translated from Latin of Rufinus.
... rain that the diversity of the herbs is properly to ... and desires of men, as the
cultivated and uncultivated ... after eating the impure and filthy food of wickedness ...
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... convents, after the example of Patrick, and cultivated by the ... to eat but the bark
of trees, and herbs; and their ... those who have to extract their food from the ...
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... animals filled with joy; in some places I saw flowers, herbs, and shrubs ... In some
places it is cultivated. ... Most of it went as presents and as food for others ...
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Naparima and Montserrat
... no plant would grow, save a few herbs and creepers ... Getting little or no food but
cassava cakes and 'guango ... a small annual assessment for the cultivated portion. ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookProverbs 15:17
Better is a dinner of herbs where love is, than a stalled ox and hatred therewith.Torrey's Topical Textbook
For the earth which drinks in the rain that comes oft on it, and brings forth herbs meet for them by whom it is dressed, receives blessing from God:
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Herbs of the Wicked
Herbs were Sometimes Used Instead of Animal Food by Weak Saints
Herbs: (Dew On) of Grace Given to Saints
Herbs: Bitter, Used at Passover
Herbs: Called the Green Herbs
Herbs: Cultivated for Food
Herbs: Cultivated in Gardens
Herbs: Destroyed by Drought
Herbs: Destroyed by Hail and Lightning
Herbs: Destroyed by Locusts
Herbs: Destroyed by Tithable Among the Jews
Herbs: Each Kind of, Contains Its own Seed
Herbs: Found in The Deserts
Herbs: Found in The Fields
Herbs: Found in The Marshes
Herbs: Found in The Mountains
Herbs: Given As Food to Man
Herbs: Given for Food
Herbs: God: Causes to Grow
Herbs: God: Created
Herbs: Mode of Watering, Alluded To
Herbs: Poisonous, not Fit for Man's Use
Herbs: Require Rain Dew
Herbs: Tares or Darnel
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