The Locust: Clean and Fit for Food
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Naparima and Montserrat
... but the wind of its fall did, and blew the hut clean away. ... It was a spot fit for
a Greek nymph; at least for an ... A certain Locust-tree and a Ceiba were mentioned ...
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Book ii. Jerome Answers the Second, Third, and Fourth Propositions ...
... or a native of Pontus to eat a locust, and he ... still weak in faith and thought some
meats clean, some unclean ... chamber at the sixth hour, a chance fit of hunger ...
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La Brea
... but nothing is left on the hand save clean gray mud ... For the want of human beings
fit for all that beauty ... Galba"so named, one from some great Locust-tree, the ...
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The Holy City; Or, the New Jerusalem:
... The copy in Dr. Williams' Library, Redcross Street, is remarkably fine and clean,
a present ... us that on either side of this river grew ALL trees for food (v 12 ...
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Leviticus 11:21,22
Yet these may you eat of every flying creeping thing that goes on all four, which have legs above their feet, to leap with on the earth;
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Locust used As Food

Locust: Authorized As Food

Locust: Devastation By

Locust: Figurative

Locust: Instincts of

Locust: Plague of

Locust: Sun Obscured By

Locust: Symbolical

Locust: Translated "Grasshopper"

The Locust of Destructive Enemies

The Locust of False Teachers of the Apostasy

The Locust of Ungodly Rulers

The Locust: (Destruction of) of Destruction of God's Enemies

The Locust: A Small Insect

The Locust: Carried Every Way by the Wind

The Locust: Clean and Fit for Food

The Locust: Flies in Bands and With Order

The Locust: Immensely Numerous

The Locust: Like to Horses Prepared for Battle

The Locust: One of the Plagues of Egypt

The Locust: Rapid in Movement

The Locust: The Jews used As Food

The Locust: The Jews: Deprecated the Plague of

The Locust: The Jews: Often Plagued By

The Locust: The Jews: Promised Deliverance from the Plague of, on Humiliation

The Locust: The Jews: Threatened With, As a Punishment for Sin

The Locust: Voracious

The Locust: Wise

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