Woman of Distinction: Fond of Dress and Ornaments
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Therefore the LORD will smite with a scab the crown of the head of the daughters of Zion, and the LORD will discover their secret parts.
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Matt. xxvii. 62-64.
... But in the distinction of their race ... desire to be set free; as indeed neither will
this woman; but as ... thee admireth thee, but they jeer at thee, as fond of dress ...
/.../homilies on the gospel of saint matthew/homily lxxxix matt xxvii 62-64.htm

Good Works
... But I should not be fond of being an Antinomian. ... The best ear-rings that a woman
can wear, are ... and the other; and although religion allows distinction of rank ...
/...//christianbookshelf.org/spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 2 1856/good works.htm

Treatise on the Priesthood. Book vi.
... my choice whether I would rather gain distinction in the ... the unchaste, but of the
modest woman pierces and ... in right judgment are particularly fond of censuring ...
/.../chrysostom/on the priesthood/treatise on the priesthood book 6.htm

Homilies on Philippians, Colossians, and Thessalonians.
... in, [1073]388; called in God, for distinction from other ... Contention, nature of man
fond of, [1121]217; does ... 362; comes as travail on a woman, but partially ...
/.../homilies on philippians colossians and.htm

This HomilyWas Delivered on the Occasion of the Prefect Entering ...
... the former are soon gone, but this distinction has none ... and welcomed his bonds, even
as a woman fond of ornament ... for women; since those who are fond of ornament ...
/.../chrysostom/on the priesthood/homily xvi this homily was.htm

Against Jovinianus.
... another after that." Where there is a distinction in one ... 4382] sundry presents which
Esau who was fond of them ... Lord's Nazarite was once shaven bald by a woman. ...
/.../jerome/the principal works of st jerome/against jovinianus.htm

A Present Religion
... there is such a thing as presumption, there is a distinction which every ... there are
a great many who are so fond of it ... for," he said, "it is like a woman who is ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 4 1858/a present religion.htm

The Political Constitution of Egypt
... us; each with his manners, his dress, his daily ... The Pharaoh was fond of laughing
and drinking; indeed, if ... The woman, indeed, was supposed to combine in herself ...
/.../chapter ithe political constitution of.htm

Church Fabrics and Services.
... the Middle Ages drew a broad line of distinction between the ... Parr is said to have
been excessively fond of church ... by the putting on of a better dress, so the ...
/.../the english church in the eighteenth century/chapter x church fabrics and.htm

Funeral Oration on the Great S. Basil, Bishop of C├Žsarea in ...
... it burst and seized: an Emperor, [4449] most fond of gold and ... and decided by a most
excellent distinction, based on ... with some poor creature of a woman, but in ...
/.../cyril/lectures of s cyril of jerusalem/oration xliii funeral oration on.htm



Woman of Distinction: Fair and Graceful

Woman of Distinction: Fond of Dress and Ornaments

Woman of Distinction: Haughty in Their Deportment

Woman of Distinction: Wore Their Hair Plaited and Adorned With Gold and Pearls

Woman of the Poorer Classes Swarthy from Exposure to the Sun

Woman were Required to Hear and Obey the Law

Woman: (At Ease and Careless) of a State of Carnal Security

Woman: (Chaste and Holy) of Saints

Woman: (Delicate) of Backsliding Israel

Woman: (Foolish) of Mere Professors

Woman: (Forsaken) of Israel in Her Captivity

Woman: (Gloriously Arrayed) of the Church of Christ

Woman: (Lewd) of the Roman Apostasy

Woman: (Wise) Saints

Woman: Allowed to Join in the Temple-Music from the Time of David

Woman: Considered a Valuable Booty in War

Woman: Curse Pronounced On

Woman: Deceived by Satan

Woman: Frequently: Active in Instigating to Iniquity

Woman: Frequently: Fond of Self-Indulgence

Woman: Frequently: Silly and Easily Led Into Error

Woman: Frequently: Subtle and Deceitful

Woman: Frequently: Zealous in Promoting Superstition and Idolatry

Woman: Generally Lived in a Separated Apartment or Tent

Woman: Generally Wore a Vail in the Presence of the Other Sex

Woman: Good and Virtuous, Described

Woman: had a Court of the Tabernacle Assigned to Them

Woman: Led Man to Disobey God

Woman: Loving and Affectionate

Woman: Often Engaged in Agriculture

Woman: Often Engaged in Attending Funerals As Mourners

Woman: Often Engaged in Celebrating the Victories of the Nation

Woman: Often Engaged in Domestic Employments

Woman: Often Engaged in Drawing and Carrying Water

Woman: Often Engaged in Embroidery

Woman: Often Engaged in Grinding Corn

Woman: Often Engaged in Spinning

Woman: Often Engaged in Tending Sheep

Woman: Often Treated With Great Cruelty in War

Woman: Origin and Cause of the Name

Woman: Originally Made by God in his own Image

Woman: Originally Made for Man

Woman: Originally Made: from One of Adam's Ribs

Woman: Originally Made: Subordinate to Man

Woman: Originally Made: To be an Helpmeet for Man

Woman: Originally Made: To be the Glory of Man

Woman: Punishment for Injuring, when With Child

Woman: Safety in Childbirth Promised to the Faithful and Holy

Woman: Salvation Promised Through the Seed of

Woman: Submissive and Respectful to Husbands

Woman: Tender and Constant to Her offspring

Woman: Timid

Woman: To be Governed By, Considered a Calamity by the Jews

Woman: To be Slain By, Considered a Great Disgrace

Woman: To Wear Her Hair Long As a Covering

Woman: Unfaithfulness of, when Married Found out by the Waters of

Woman: Virtuous, Held in High Estimation

Woman: Vows of, when Married not Binding Upon the Husband

Woman: Weaker than Man

Woman: Young of Distinction, Dressed in Robes of Various Colours

Woman: Young: Called Damsels

Woman: Young: Called Maids

Woman: Young: Called Virgins

Woman: Young: Could not Marry Without Consent of Parents

Woman: Young: Fond of Ornaments

Woman: Young: Gay and Merry

Woman: Young: Inherited Parents' Property when There Was No Male Heir

Woman: Young: Kind and Courteous to Strangers

Woman: Young: Not to be Given in Marriage Considered a Calamity

Woman: Young: Often Taken Captive

Woman: Young: Often Treated With Great Cruelty in War

Woman: Young: Punishment for Seducing when not Betrothed

Woman: Young: Punishment for Seducing, when Betrothed

Woman: Young: Required to Learn from and Imitate Their Elders


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