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3919. pareisago -- to introduce, to bring in secretly
... introduce secretly. From para and eisago; to lead in aside, ie Introduce
surreptitiously -- privily bring in. see GREEK para. see GREEK eisago. ...
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1455. egkathetos -- hired to lie in wait, lying in wait
... spy. From en and a derivative of kathiemi; subinduced, ie Surreptitiously suborned
as a lier-in-wait -- spy. see GREEK en. see GREEK kathiemi. ...
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Translator's Preface.
... treatise itself when actually completed, informs us that a portion of it, while
it was still unrevised and incomplete, was in fact surreptitiously made public ...
// the holy trinity/translators preface.htm

Epistle viii. To Boniface, Deacon.
... This, however, we briefly mention, that an order having been surreptitiously obtained
from the late Emperor Mauricius, which order, having been given in ...
/.../the epistles of saint gregory the great/epistle viii to boniface deacon.htm

... A prosperous uncle proposed to pay it surreptitiously for him, but the honest-minded
youth discovered the plan and refused to accept the well meant kindness ...
/.../pringle/the record of a quaker conscience cyrus pringles diary/introduction.htm

To the Reader
... our selves, I have at present represented unto the world a full and intended Copy
of that Piece, which was most imperfectly and surreptitiously published before ...
// medici/to the reader.htm

Men and Mannerisms
... On one occasion some friends surreptitiously cut the particular button off, and
the result was that the speaker when he stood up to address the audience lost ...
// on talking/men and mannerisms.htm

The Epistle of Judas
... finally and fully entrusted to the saints (ie to those called and set apart by God
for Himself), 4a novel abuse of it has been surreptitiously introduced by ...
/.../moffat/the general epistles james peter and judas/the epistle of judas.htm

Causes of Corruption Chiefly Intentional.
... unauthorized accretion to the text of Scripture is not a gloss': but only those
explanatory words or clauses which have surreptitiously insinuated themselves ...
/.../chapter xii causes of corruption.htm

Meanwhile Florian Varillo had not Gone to Naples. ...
... Then, setting down his portmanteau on a bench, he surreptitiously tore off the label
on which his name was written, and tearing it up in small bits scattered ...
/.../corelli/the master-christian/xxxi meanwhile florian varillo had.htm

The Looks of Jesus
... It told her that she had not surreptitiously stolen healing, but that He had
knowingly given it, and that His loving pity went with it. ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture d/the looks of jesus.htm

Letter cxxiv. To Avitus.
... Moreover, since a bulky treatise on an abstruse subject is difficult to reproduce
with accuracy, especially if it has to be taken down surreptitiously and in a ...
/.../jerome/the principal works of st jerome/letter cxxiv to avitus.htm

Surreptitiously (1 Occurrence)
... Multi-Version Concordance Surreptitiously (1 Occurrence). Galatians 2:4 and it
was on account of the false brethren brought in surreptitiously...
/s/surreptitiously.htm - 6k

Surround (39 Occurrences)

/s/surround.htm - 17k

Murderers (9 Occurrences)
... of whom there were bands in the pay of agitators in Rome in the last days of the
Republic, who employed them to remove surreptitiously their political opponents ...
/m/murderers.htm - 10k

Siloam (4 Occurrences)
... The Siloam inscription above referred to was surreptitiously cut from
the wall of the tunnel in 1891 and broken into fragments. ...
/s/siloam.htm - 21k

Surrenders (2 Occurrences)

/s/surrenders.htm - 7k

Salt (45 Occurrences)
... As salt-gathering is a government monopoly in Turkey, the government sends men to
pollute the salt which is being surreptitiously crystallized, so as to make ...
/s/salt.htm - 34k

... name of the translator, was shipped to England early in 1526; and by 1530 six editions
of the New Testament in English (three surreptitiously) were distributed ...
/e/english.htm - 38k

... name of the translator, was shipped to England early in 1526; and by 1530 six editions
of the New Testament in English (three surreptitiously) were distributed ...
/v/versions.htm - 81k

David (1052 Occurrences)
... of other clay than his brothers, and he anointed him as he had done Saul (1 Samuel
10:1). But whereas the anointing of Saul was done surreptitiously and for a ...
/d/david.htm - 93k

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Surreptitiously (1 Occurrence)

Galatians 2:4 and it was on account of the false brethren brought in surreptitiously, who came in surreptitiously to spy out our liberty which we have in Christ Jesus, that they might bring us into bondage;



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