The Hair: Growth of
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Of Dyeing the Hair.
... any undrugged moisture, lays up a store of harm for the head; while the sun's warmth,
too, so desirable for imparting to the hair at once growth and dryness ...
/.../tertullian/on the apparel of women/chapter vi of dyeing the hair.htm

Whether Whatever was Materially in a Man's Members Will all Rise ...
... Augustine, however, is speaking of the cutting of hair that was a part causing growth
of the body; wherefore it must needs rise again, not however as regards ...
/.../aquinas/summa theologica/whether whatever was materially in.htm

Strength Profaned and Lost
... The growth of his hair is not there mentioned as a mere natural fact, nor
with the superstitious notion that his hair made him strong. ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture f/strength profaned and lost.htm

Growth in Grace
... Time was when the least sin grieved us, as the least hair makes the eye weep ... is clearer,
our spark of love is increased into a flame; there is a sign of growth. ...
// body of divinity/9 growth in grace.htm

Death Entirely Separates the Soul from the Body.
... To the same purport also Democritus remarks on the growth for a considerable
while of the human nails and hair in the grave. Now ...
/.../tertullian/a treatise on the soul/chapter li death entirely separates the.htm

Women Adorned with Good Work
... The adorning of Christian women is not to be in hair or pearls or raiment ... parcel
of the Christian life, equally indispensable to the health and growth of the ...
/...// for god/xvii women adorned with good.htm

A Brief Examination of the Construction of Our Bodies from a ...
... and is made tense with the sinew, and extended with the surface, and passes into
the nails, and is fined down for the growth of the hair, by correspondent ...
/.../gregory/gregory of nyssa dogmatic treatises etc/xxx a brief examination of.htm

Does any Man at all Possessed of Judgment, Believe that Hairs and ...
... that some gods are fullers, some barbers; the former to cleanse the sacred garments,
the latter to thin their locks when matted with a thick growth of hair. ...
/.../arnobius/the seven books of arnobius against the heathen/15 does any man at.htm

Synodical Letter of the Council of Gangra.
... apparel, wearing men's clothes, thinking to be justified because of these; while
many of them, under a pretext of piety, cut off the growth of hair, which is ...
/.../schaff/the seven ecumenical councils/synodical letter of the council.htm

A Little Sermon to School-Girls.
... she very shortly learned that among cultivated and refined people hair-brushes are ...
palm, from within outward." The culture of the heart and the growth of the ...
/.../a little sermon to school-girls.htm

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Judges 16:22
However, the hair of his head began to grow again after he was shaven.
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Hair Length

Hair: Numbered

Hair: Symbolical Dividing of

Hair: Worn Long by Absalom

Hair: Worn Long by Women

Hair: Worn Short by Men


The Hair of Nazarites: Not to be Cut or Shorn During Their Vow

The Hair of Nazarites: Shorn After Completion of Vow

The Hair of the Healed Leper to be Shorn

The Hair of Women: Neglected in Grief

The Hair of Women: Plaited and Broidered

The Hair of Women: Well Set and Ornamented

The Hair of Women: Worn Long for a Covering

The Hair: Black, Particularly Esteemed

The Hair: Colour of, Changed by Leprosy

The Hair: Cut off in Affliction

The Hair: God: Numbers

The Hair: God: Takes Care of

The Hair: Growth of

The Hair: Innumerable

The Hair: Judgments Expressed by Sending Baldness For

The Hair: Judgments Expressed by Shaving

The Hair: Man Cannot Even Change the Colour Or

The Hair: Men Condemned for Wearing Long

The Hair: Often Expensively Anointed

The Hair: Plucked out in Extreme Grief

The Hair: Plucking out of, a Reproach

The Hair: Sometimes Worn Long by Men

The Hair: The Natural Covering of the Head

The Hair: White or Gray with Righteousness, a Crown of Glory

The Hair: White or Gray: A Token of Age

The Hair: White or Gray: A Token of Weakness and Decay

The Hair: White or Gray: An Emblem of Wisdom

The Hair: White or Gray: To be Reverenced

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