Parks
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Strong's Hebrew
6508. pardes -- a preserve, park
... forest. Word Origin of foreign origin Definition a preserve, park NASB Word
Usage forest (1), orchard (1), parks (1). forest, orchard. ...
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Letter P
... Samuel "Received 1830 * Parker, Sandford "Received 1835 * Parker, Sheldon "Received
1834 * Parkinson, Christopher "Received 1829 * Parks, Richard H ...
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The Conquest of Babylon.
... Canals."Curious boats."Their mode of construction."Primitive navigation."Return
of the boatmen."Extent of Babylon."Parks, gardens, palaces, etc ...
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San Josef
... in them, putting one in mind"if it were not for the Palmistes and Bamboos and the
crowd of black vultures over an occasional dead animal"of English parks. ...
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Smerdis the Magian.
... often accustomed to live thus, in a state of great seclusion, spending their time
in effeminate pleasures within the walls of their palaces, parks, and gardens ...
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Travel. A Personal Experience.
... By two o'clock in the afternoon hundreds of thousands had packed the streets and
dotted the parks and lawns, until, in every direction one could witness a sea ...
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The Programme of the Society
... that in these enlightened days they must raise the masses by giving them noble
sculptures and beautiful paintings and music and public parks, the answer is ...
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Of Removing Tithes.
... Deer are not titheable, being feræ naturæ, wild. by nature; though in parks, &c. ...
The tithes of parks may be part certain and part casual; and 2s. ...
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Moody's Stories
... Never Runs Dry. I remember being in a city where I noticed that the people resorted
to a favorite well in one of the parks. I said to a man one day: ...
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The General Conference of 1832
... Georgia Conference: James O. Andrew, William Arnold, Ignatius A. Few, Andrew Hamil,
Samuel K. Hodges, John Howard, William J. Parks, Benjanim Pope, Elijah ...
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Introduction
... great city. It is estimated by Strabo that a quarter, or even a third,
of the whole area was occupied by parks and palaces. Among ...
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Thesaurus
Parks (1 Occurrence)
... Multi-Version Concordance Parks (1 Occurrence). Ecclesiastes 2:5 I made myself gardens
and parks, and I planted trees in them of all kinds of fruit. ...
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Park (2 Occurrences)
... park (pardec; Septuagint paradeisos; compare Arabic firdaus): "I made me gardens
and parks," the King James Version "orchards" (Ecclesiastes 2:5); "Asaph the ...
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Forest (67 Occurrences)
... called the "keeper of the king's forest." The same Hebrew word is used Ecclesiastes
2:5, where it is rendered in the plural "orchards" (RV, "parks"), and Cant. ...
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Paradise (6 Occurrences)
... Version margin "park"); Ecclesiastes 2:5, where it is in the plural number (the
King James Version "orchards," the Revised Version (British and American) "parks...
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Parlor (5 Occurrences)

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Orchard (3 Occurrences)
... i.2, 7). See Nehemiah 2:8, "forest," margin "park"; Songs 4:13, "orchard," margin
"paradise" (of pomegranates); Ecclesiastes 2:5, "parks," the King James ...
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Gardens (14 Occurrences)
... (BBE). Ecclesiastes 2:5 I made myself gardens and parks, and I planted trees in
them of all kinds of fruit. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV). ...
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Garden (68 Occurrences)
... gardens. The Persian word pardec (paradeisos) appears in the later Hebrew
writings to denote more extensive gardens or parks. It ...
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Alexandria (4 Occurrences)
... of Rome) arose with straight, parallel streets-one at least 200 feet wide-with
fortresses, monuments, palaces, government buildings and parks all erected ...
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