The Hair: Innumerable
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Of all the Parts of the Body.
... which He either adorned with beauty only, or covered with thick hair, or fenced ... of
God, that one arrangement and one state exhibits innumerable varieties of ...
/.../lactantius/on the workmanship of god/chap vii of all the parts.htm

On the Physical Basis of Life.
... whole hair consists of a very delicate outer case of wood, closely applied to the
inner surface of which is a layer of semifluid matter, full of innumerable ...
/.../huxley/lay sermons addresses and reviews/vii on the physical basis.htm

Hebrews xii. 18-24
... men have mercy on a merciful man, even if he has done innumerable wrongs, much ... Some
contributed even hair in the fitting up of the temple, and not even these ...
/.../homily xxxii hebrews xii 18-24.htm

Voluntary Suffering
... back to the smiters, His cheeks to them that plucked off the hair, He hid ... of our
best friend and benefactor, to whom our obligations are so innumerable, and so ...
/.../newton/messiah vol 1/sermon xviii voluntary suffering.htm

Chrysostom as a Monk. AD 374-381.
... They wore coarse garments of camel's hair or goat's hair over their linen tunics. ...
common, and the words of "mine and thine," which cause innumerable strifes in ...
/.../chrysostom/on the priesthood/chapter v chrysostom as a monk.htm

Commandments to Men.
... curls and round rasures." [2558] Nor may men destroy the hair of their ... eyes upon
her: for she hath thrown down many wounded; yea, innumerable multitudes have ...
/.../various/constitutions of the holy apostles/sec ii commandments to men.htm

Changed Conditions
... of military uniform necessitated the removal of long hair, it was ... Celestial Branches"
and "Earthly Stems," complicated with innumerable elemental antipathies ...
/.../the fulfilment of a dream of pastor hsis/chapter xx changed conditions.htm

Grundtvig's Later Years
... Till your hair turned white ... of the material used in the folk-school, his greatest
contributions to their work are probably, his innumerable Biblical, historical ...
/.../hymns and hymnwriters of denmark/chapter sixteen grundtvigs later years.htm

Psalm LII.
... For when thou hast pity, thou sheddest as it were tears: when thou relievest,
thou wipest with hair. ... But of poor men are thousands innumerable. ...
/.../ on the book of psalms/psalm lii.htm

Carletta and the Merchant
... A face dark and hollow, all overgrown with hair black as night and ... Treading innumerable
passages they came to the gloomy building where lived Carletta's father ...
/.../carletta and the merchant.htm

Torrey's Topical Textbook
Psalm 40:12
For innumerable evils have compassed me about: my iniquities have taken hold on me, so that I am not able to look up; they are more than the hairs of my head: therefore my heart fails me.
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Psalm 69:4
They that hate me without a cause are more than the hairs of my head: they that would destroy me, being my enemies wrongfully, are mighty: then I restored that which I took not away.
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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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