Olive: Branch of, Brought by the Dove to Noah's Ark
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Concerning the Flood; and after what Manner Noah was Saved in an ...
... first month for their festivals, because he brought them out ... seven days he sent out
a dove, to know ... covered with mud, and bringing an olive branch: hereby Noah ...
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Here Beginneth the History of Noah
... sent her out again, which at even returned, bearing a branch of an olive tree,
burgeoning ... But after the flood the earth was weaker and brought not forth so ...
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Faustus Denies that the Prophets Predicted Christ. Augustin Proves ...
... Spirit, the dove brought back a fruitful olive branch; as some ... as it were in the
evening, and be brought into the ... sent forth after seven days, the dove did not ...
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The Dialogue against the Luciferians.
... for we can hardly think that a man brought up in ... in your hand, I also must carry
my olive branch with a ... unclean bird the devil is expelled, and the dove of the ...
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An Exposition on the First Ten Chapters of Genesis, and Part of ...
... Even in printing the text of Genesis 7:7 Noah's three sons ... 16 they are commanded
to go forth out of the ark. ... &c., (v 12) and that the waters brought forth the ...
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Genesis 8:11
And the dove came in to him in the evening; and, see, in her mouth was an olive leaf plucked off: so Noah knew that the waters were abated from off the earth.
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Olive Berries

Olive of Prosperity

Olive Oil

Olive Tree

Olive Yard

Olive: Bears Flowers

Olive: Branch of, Brought by the Dove to Noah's Ark

Olive: Branches of, Used for Booths (Huts)

Olive: Common to the Land of Canaan

Olive: Fable of

Olive: Fruit of Oil Extracted From, Used As Illuminating Oil in the Tabernacle

Olive: Israelites Commanded to Cultivate in the Land of Promise

Olive: Precepts Concerning Gleaning the Fruit of

Olive: Symbolical

Olive: The Cherubs Made of the Wood of

Olive: The Wild, a Figure of the Gentiles; the Cultivated, of the Jews

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