The First Crusade (Ad 1095-1099)
... tyranny with which the Mahometans there treated both the ... Minor, the Crusaders had
to fight often, and to ... enemy, sparing neither old man, nor woman, nor child. ...
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Progress of Calvinism
... The regent, not being a woman of very decided ... and not, as has been so often alleged,
as a ... proclamation, and the unfortunate Huguenots were treated with great ...
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Are You Mocked?
... A Christian woman had often prayed for a very ungodly and unkind husband ... However
she did this, she treated him more kindly than she had ever done before. ...
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From the Close of the General Conference of 1792 to the Close of ...
... he was not only cordially received and treated with great ... An old Presbyterian woman
requested me to call at ... he had heard that the Indians often killed people ...
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Scriptural Predictions of an Apostasy.
... The people are often treated to a well-written essay or dissertation ... 6, we learn
that a day is often used to ... While this beast was in authority the woman was in ...
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The Many-Sided Contrast of Wisdom and Folly
... A perfect woman, nobly planned ... Something is wrong when, as is so often the case,
it does ... man need not mind, though his modest household is treated with contempt ...
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Women who Witnessed the Fall of Rome
... the confidence reposed in the latter was often abused is ... devolved to his mother Justina,
a woman of beauty ... prisoner in a barbarian camp, was treated with great ...
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St. Gregory the Great.
... Silvia, a woman of fervent piety, had educated him with ... at a distance should not
be in any way harshly treated. ... Often, when my sons meet, it is my pleasure to ...
/.../allies/the formation of christendom volume vi/chapter v st gregory the.htm
... kindness is bestowed on this Egyptian woman." Cambyses, who ... wealth and high station;
he had often been at ... taken out of its sarcophagus, and treated with every ...
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... he spent three years very happily, treated with great ... a highly cultured and gifted
woman, most unhappily ... in his happy home circle, and often recruiting health ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook2 Kings 8:12
And Hazael said, Why weeps my lord? And he answered, Because I know the evil that you will do to the children of Israel: their strong holds will you set on fire, and their young men will you slay with the sword, and will dash their children, and rip up their women with child.Torrey's Topical Textbook
They ravished the women in Zion, and the maids in the cities of Judah.
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Slay utterly old and young, both maids, and little children, and women: but come not near any man on whom is the mark; and begin at my sanctuary. Then they began at the ancient men which were before the house.
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Samaria shall become desolate; for she has rebelled against her God: they shall fall by the sword: their infants shall be dashed in pieces, and their women with child shall be ripped up.
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Woman of Distinction: Fair and Graceful
Woman of Distinction: Fond of Dress and Ornaments
Woman of Distinction: Haughty in Their Deportment
Woman of Distinction: Wore Their Hair Plaited and Adorned With Gold and Pearls
Woman of the Poorer Classes Swarthy from Exposure to the Sun
Woman were Required to Hear and Obey the Law
Woman: (At Ease and Careless) of a State of Carnal Security
Woman: (Chaste and Holy) of Saints
Woman: (Delicate) of Backsliding Israel
Woman: (Foolish) of Mere Professors
Woman: (Forsaken) of Israel in Her Captivity
Woman: (Gloriously Arrayed) of the Church of Christ
Woman: (Lewd) of the Roman Apostasy
Woman: (Wise) Saints
Woman: Allowed to Join in the Temple-Music from the Time of David
Woman: Considered a Valuable Booty in War
Woman: Curse Pronounced On
Woman: Deceived by Satan
Woman: Frequently: Active in Instigating to Iniquity
Woman: Frequently: Fond of Self-Indulgence
Woman: Frequently: Silly and Easily Led Into Error
Woman: Frequently: Subtle and Deceitful
Woman: Frequently: Zealous in Promoting Superstition and Idolatry
Woman: Generally Lived in a Separated Apartment or Tent
Woman: Generally Wore a Vail in the Presence of the Other Sex
Woman: Good and Virtuous, Described
Woman: had a Court of the Tabernacle Assigned to Them
Woman: Led Man to Disobey God
Woman: Loving and Affectionate
Woman: Often Engaged in Agriculture
Woman: Often Engaged in Attending Funerals As Mourners
Woman: Often Engaged in Celebrating the Victories of the Nation
Woman: Often Engaged in Domestic Employments
Woman: Often Engaged in Drawing and Carrying Water
Woman: Often Engaged in Embroidery
Woman: Often Engaged in Grinding Corn
Woman: Often Engaged in Spinning
Woman: Often Engaged in Tending Sheep
Woman: Often Treated With Great Cruelty in War
Woman: Origin and Cause of the Name
Woman: Originally Made by God in his own Image
Woman: Originally Made for Man
Woman: Originally Made: from One of Adam's Ribs
Woman: Originally Made: Subordinate to Man
Woman: Originally Made: To be an Helpmeet for Man
Woman: Originally Made: To be the Glory of Man
Woman: Punishment for Injuring, when With Child
Woman: Safety in Childbirth Promised to the Faithful and Holy
Woman: Salvation Promised Through the Seed of
Woman: Submissive and Respectful to Husbands
Woman: Tender and Constant to Her offspring
Woman: To be Governed By, Considered a Calamity by the Jews
Woman: To be Slain By, Considered a Great Disgrace
Woman: To Wear Her Hair Long As a Covering
Woman: Unfaithfulness of, when Married Found out by the Waters of
Woman: Virtuous, Held in High Estimation
Woman: Vows of, when Married not Binding Upon the Husband
Woman: Weaker than Man
Woman: Young of Distinction, Dressed in Robes of Various Colours
Woman: Young: Called Damsels
Woman: Young: Called Maids
Woman: Young: Called Virgins
Woman: Young: Could not Marry Without Consent of Parents
Woman: Young: Fond of Ornaments
Woman: Young: Gay and Merry
Woman: Young: Inherited Parents' Property when There Was No Male Heir
Woman: Young: Kind and Courteous to Strangers
Woman: Young: Not to be Given in Marriage Considered a Calamity
Woman: Young: Often Taken Captive
Woman: Young: Often Treated With Great Cruelty in War
Woman: Young: Punishment for Seducing when not Betrothed
Woman: Young: Punishment for Seducing, when Betrothed
Woman: Young: Required to Learn from and Imitate Their Elders
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