The Goat: Clean and Fit for Food
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Deuteronomy 14:4,5
These are the beasts which you shall eat: the ox, the sheep, and the goat,
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Prayers and Praise from a Pure Mind, Ceaselessly Offered, Far ...
... Clean scrape as with a file,. ... It is to the point also that it is said that the eating
of goat's flesh contributes to ... All burnt, not fit for hungry dogs to eat,. ...
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"The Dust of the Actual"
... The goat subsides, the baby is now in its mother's arms; so ... rather superior; her
rose-coloured seeley is clean, and two ... and does penance till the next fit comes ...
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Whether a Suitable Cause Can be Assigned for the Ceremonies which ...
... and geese: and nothing but what is clean should be ... to foreshadow His headship; and
in the goat, to signify ... is by being cooked that they are made fit for human ...
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... same, a ruler shall offer a he-goat, one of ... priests are enjoined to distinguish between
the clean and the ... the case of firstlings of animals fit for sacrifice ...
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Journey to Evora
... wood's side, which he kept; indeed a more fit situation for ... the night with great
comfort in a clean bed, remote ... picture, I here met a man, a goat-herd, beneath ...
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Striking Similes
... An indefinable resemblance to a goat. ... Like thistles of the wilderness, fit neither
for food nor fuel. ... Love as clean as starlight. Love brilliant as the morning. ...
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Letter cxxv. To Rusticus.
... can say," writes the wise man, "I have made my heart clean?" [3423] The ... [3435] To
fit him for ... front a lion, behind a dragon, in the middle the goat whose name ...
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Scriptural Types.
... him away by the hand of a fit man into ... In the case of the scape-goat, "the wilderness,"
the ... The distinctions between clean and unclean in respect to articles ...
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Book ii. Jerome Answers the Second, Third, and Fourth Propositions ...
... Lyco, Busyris, Thmuis, which is, being interpreted, a he-goat. ... in faith and thought
some meats clean, some unclean ... at the sixth hour, a chance fit of hunger ...
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(And Last): Homeward Bound
... it has not got through the fever fit yet"and ... the harbour, the town having just then
a clean bill of ... still: and I wondered whether the old he-goat, who used ...
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The Goat: The Young of Called Kids

The Goat: The Young of Considered a Delicacy

The Goat: The Young of Fed Near the Shepherds' Tents

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The Goat: The Young of Kept in Small Flocks

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The Goat: The Young of Offered at the Passover

The Goat: The Young of Offered in Sacrifice

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