The Wicked Man's Life, Funeral, and Epitaph
... good for nothing, he was the outward skin without the ... in all England up which even
a goat might scarcely ... I have often noticed how soon wicked things die when ...
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... and exactly the colour of his own skin, and dancing ... enlarge into a roaring tideway,
dangerous, often impassable, and ... was not an owl, but a large goat-sucker, a ...
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On the Clause, and Shall Come in Glory to Judge the Quick and the ...
... Do not the lips often kiss, and the countenance smile, and the eyes brighten forsooth ...
not the wool show the sheep, and the hairy and rough skin the goat? ...
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Letter cxxx. To Demetrias.
... they ask of me; my wits have often been exercised ... and mortified their loins with
girdles of skin,  while ... beds of down, spread a rug of goat's hair upon ...
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Letter xxii. To Eustochium.
... Some clothe themselves in goat's hair, and, putting on hoods ... scarcely anything was
left of me but skin and bone. ... such as those by which we are often mocked, I ...
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The Nile and Egypt
... scraped nearly raw by the operation, he used to cover ... More often the ground is coloured
a fine yellow ... the nobles, who wore a panther's skin, sometimes thrown ...
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The Temples and the Gods of Chaldaea
... skull protruded the horns of a goat: the entire ... limited; communications were, therefore,
more often established by ... a man clothed with a fish-skin, which would ...
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Book ii. Jerome Answers the Second, Third, and Fourth Propositions ...
... 8) the evil of sensual allurements, and often, like Crates ... Busyris, Thmuis, which
is, being interpreted, a he-goat. ... musk, which is nothing but the skin of a ...
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Dialogue iii. --The Impassible.
... Thou hast clothed me with skin and flesh and hast ... oracles,  but remember what
we have often confessed. ... object of avoidance and hate, a serpent or a goat? ...
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the Legendary History of Egypt
... or cowardly in need of help, whereas the horse is used for the ... It is often mentioned
in ... hath given bread to the hungry, water to the thirsty, clothing to the ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookHebrews 11:37
They were stoned, they were sawn asunder, were tempted, were slain with the sword: they wandered about in sheepskins and goatskins; being destitute, afflicted, tormented;Torrey's Topical Textbook
Goat by Gideon
Goat for the Paschal Feast
Goat used for Food
Goat: As a Sacrifice by Abraham
Goat: Curtains of the Tabernacle
Goat: Designated As One of the Ceremonially Clean Animals to be Eaten
Goat: Hair of, Used for Clothing
Goat: Milk of, Used for Food
Goat: Nor Seethed in Its Mother's Milk
Goat: Regulations of Mosaic Law Required That a Baby Goat should not be Killed for Food Before It Was Eight Days Old
Goat: Wild, in Palestine
The Goat of Macedonian Empire
The Goat of the Wicked
The Goat: (Flock of) of the Church
The Goat: Bashan Celebrated For
The Goat: Clean and Fit for Food
The Goat: First-Born of, not Redeemed
The Goat: Flocks of, Always Led by a Male
The Goat: Jews had Large Flocks of
The Goat: Milk of, Used As Food
The Goat: Most Profitable to the Owner
The Goat: Offered in Sacrifice
The Goat: Skin of, often Used As Clothing
The Goat: The Arabians Traded In
The Goat: The Hair of Made Into Curtains, for Covering the Tabernacle
The Goat: The Hair of Made Into Pillows
The Goat: The Hair of Offered for Tabernacle
The Goat: The Male, Best for Sacrifice
The Goat: The Young of Called Kids
The Goat: The Young of Considered a Delicacy
The Goat: The Young of Fed Near the Shepherds' Tents
The Goat: The Young of Given As a Present
The Goat: The Young of Kept in Small Flocks
The Goat: The Young of not to be Seethed in Milk of Mother
The Goat: The Young of Offered at the Passover
The Goat: The Young of Offered in Sacrifice
The Goat: when Wild Dwelt in the Hills and Rocks
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