Ships: Often Impelled by Oars
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Preparations for the Invasion of Greece.
... the oars by which they were impelled required almost ... from time to time, in transport
ships, as fast ... only real safeguard of wealth was, often, the concealment ...
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Our Watchword
... May our spirits be impelled by a divine energy towards ... his nostrils, and yet that
is too often the condition ... They waited many years till their ships had well ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 17 1871/our watchword.htm

Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... it a kind of natural breakwater, behind which ships could find ... and exact representation
a certain caustic humour, which impelled them often to substitute ...
/.../chapter iisyria at the beginning.htm

The Life of S. Hilarion.
... ruin, showing that it was a legion that impelled them. ... because they are so large
that they often swallow oxen ... sea to burst its bounds, and left ships hanging on ...
/.../jerome/the principal works of st jerome/the life of s hilarion.htm

The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... in a net, with blows from broken oars, with fragments ... with the sheer weight of his
ships and battalions. ... were restored to order, and, as was often customary in ...
/.../chapter iithe last days of 2.htm

A Traveler's Note-Book
... sword, the purple robes,"the tawny oxen, the hollow ships, the tapering oars,"the
wine ... aloof from the pressure and turmoil around us, often felt as ...
/.../merriam/the chief end of man/iii a travelers note-book.htm

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Jonah 1:13
Nevertheless the men rowed hard to bring it to the land; but they could not: for the sea worked, and was tempestuous against them.
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John 6:19
So when they had rowed about five and twenty or thirty furlongs, they see Jesus walking on the sea, and drawing near to the ship: and they were afraid.
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Ships and Boats

Ships of Adramyttium

Ships of Alexandria

Ships of Chaldea

Ships of Chittim

Ships of Industrious Women

Ships of Tarshish

Ships of Tyre

Ships were often Wrecked

Ships: (Wrecked) Departure from the Faith

Ships: Antiquity of, Among the Jews

Ships: Commanded by a Master

Ships: Course of Frequently Directed by the Heavenly Bodies

Ships: Course of, Through the Midst of the Sea, Wonderful

Ships: Employed in Carrying Passengers

Ships: Employed in Fishing

Ships: Employed in Trading

Ships: Employed in War

Ships: Endangered by Quicksands

Ships: Endangered by Rocks

Ships: Endangered by Storms

Ships: Gallant

Ships: Generally Impelled by Sails

Ships: Generally Made of the Fir Tree

Ships: Governed and Directed by the Helm

Ships: Guided in Their Course by Pilots

Ships: Large

Ships: Navigated: Lakes

Ships: Navigated: Rivers

Ships: Navigated: The Ocean

Ships: Often Impelled by Oars

Ships: Often the Property of Individuals

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Anchors

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Boats

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Forepart or Foreship

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Hinder Part or Stern

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Hold or Between the Sides

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Mast

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Oars

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Rudder or Helm

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Rudder-Bands

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Sails

Ships: Parts of Mentioned: The Tackling

Ships: Probably Originated from the Ark Made by Noah

Ships: Solomon Built a Navy of

Ships: Sometimes Made of Bulrushes

Ships: Soundings Usually Taken For, in Dangerous Places

Ships: Strong

Ships: Swift

Ships: The Hinder Part of, Occupied by the Passengers

Ships: The Seams of, Were Caulked

Ships: Usually Distinguished by Signs or Figure Heads

Ships: when Damaged Were Sometimes Undergirded With Cables

Ships: Worked by Mariners or Sailors

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