Concerning the Famine that Happened in Judea and Syria; and How ...
... not be hurt by the dangers of winter, since they ... sufficient for a haven, wherein
the great ships might lie ... and the filth of the citizens were together carried ...
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... do the names painted upon ships and steamboats ... Whether he spent the whole winter
in Nicopolis ... been entrusted, the conditions specified were completely fulfilled ...
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The Ecstasy of Saint Monnica
... They stayed through the winter at Cassicium. ... People were in no hurry to undergo the
tortures of it ... The Government stores-ships landed the African oil and corn ...
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(And Last): Homeward Bound
... steering, out of the summer into the winter once more ... as old sailors would say"the
ships had no ... Beyond them were arsenals, docks, fortifications, of which of ...
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The Seven Trumpets.
... the weapons which they had reluctantly laid down. ... and the uncommon severity of the
winter, allowed the ... reft from Rome, and the Roman ships were destroyed in ...
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Sennacherib (705-681 BC )
... which permitted them to draw their ships to land.*. ... had he scaled the heights when
winter fell upon ... materials without stint,"precious woods were procured from ...
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1875-1877. Mrs. Way's Sewing --Class for Jewesses --Bible Flower ...
... sufficient money to place himself this winter at Oberlin ... to our ironclads, and more
ships have been ... after breakfast In this, however, we were disappointed, as ...
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Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... their banks and factories; their ships"Cyprus, its ... Bands of Shausu were accustomed
to make this route ... and becomes swollen only during the winter rains with ...
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The Faith of Little Children.
... such as flax-seed, and slippery elm, etc., but all were of no ... "One evening in
mid-winter, the poor ... on the sea-shore, looking very intently as the ships came in ...
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... During the last three years ships with over 300 emigrants ... to climb up the
Matapalo-root ladder, we were stopped by ... as a charming addition to the winter hothouse ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookActs 27:12
And because the haven was not commodious to winter in, the more part advised to depart there also, if by any means they might attain to Phenice, and there to winter; which is an haven of Crete, and lies toward the south west and north west.Torrey's Topical Textbook
And after three months we departed in a ship of Alexandria, which had wintered in the isle, whose sign was Castor and Pollux.
Torrey's Topical Textbook
Winter: Annual Return of, Will Never Cease
Winter: Coldness and Inclemency of, Noticed
Winter: God Makes
Winter: Illustrative of Seasons of Spiritual Adversity
Winter: Paul Remains for One, at Nicopolis
Winter: Plowing In, in Canaan, (Margin)
Winter: Rainy Season In, in Canaan
Winter: Shipping Suspended In, on the Mediterranean Sea
Winter: Ships Were Laid up in Port During
Winter: Summer and Winter Houses
Winter: The Jews Frequently had Special Houses For
Winter: Unsuited For: Navigation
Winter: Unsuited For: Travelling
Winter: Yearly Return of, Secured by Covenant
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