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  • Skr. kekara-h ' squinting '< Ar. *qaiq-; W. hoedl 'lifetime, life', Gaul. Setlo-ceni-(ae Deae) : Lat. saeculum < *sai-llo-m 111 vii (i); W. coed 'wotfd
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  • country. After 1102 followed six dynasties (1102-525 B.C.), with capitals at Sais, Tanis and Bubastis, when the decadence of art and power took place. Then
    406 bytes (102,036 words) - 20:41, 1 August 2015
  • form Amasa rests on a false etymology [from j;-,-;;' = C3J?] ; cp AmasH-SAI ; so Marq. Fund. 24). 1. Son of Abigail, the sister of Zeruiah and David
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  • SAI I HIKK). Verses it,/, in MT (and therefore also in EV) are a mass of inconsistencies. It can hardly be doubted that the true text runs nearly as follows
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  • intended. See C.vhpauocia. (nnX; ApcAloc [BAE] ARCeoc [N] ; but cp .-\KiSAi), son of Haman (Eslh. 99). See Esthkk, 3 (end). (XnnnX ; c&rBaxa [BNAE]
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  • trite as bardic poems 13th century poets. of this class usually are, do not rise much above the bardic level, and are full of alliteration. Elidir Sais was
    257 bytes (65,218 words) - 17:07, 11 July 2015
  • 'wage' are po'al, *?J7S, pe'ullah, n^ys. (2) lawah, HI 1 ?, 'to borrow', Sai>ieu- [danizein] fll??!, 'to lend', Dt. 28:12, Is. 24:2; rrta rn"?a3, Pr.
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  • s thirty, a native of Carmel, in Judah. <S has : in Ch. r)<rpe 6 \apiJ.a.Sai [B], >)<7poi 6 \- [N]> iffapai 6 leapjurjAi [A], ecrpei 6 xep/xeAAi [L] ;
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  • orhm;3r}i.e.. 'the garden-land'; KAPMhAoc [B.\L]). I. (.Sometimes also Sai^n nri, '^P'^^ """^ kapmhAion-) The name Carmel, which is properly a common
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  • nor bars'. 2 Doughty (Ar. Des. 1227) well says: 'Tent is the Semitic house; their clay house is built in like manner, a public hall for the men and guests
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  • delegates, Elisha by name, a priest, was requested to say grace (jroiijercurSai Ka.Tfv\riv, Aristeas, ed. Wendland, 184, cp Jos. Ant. xii. 2:12), which he
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  • WH in the second passage). Perhaps Sai/oLOtioi- IK lu. il ,ulj. 5ai^o>'io9 (cp to 6(lov) supplanted &aiit.uiv as r. |)i :-.. niin- even more frtly the
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  • 1^30 17 1 18 i 9). 4. A son of CALEB (f.v.) : i Ch. 415 6is (aAa [A], aSai, ofia [B]). See KENAZ. 5. b. Uzzi in list of Benjamite inhabitants of Jerusalem
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  • (or not to be partakers of) the table of devils' (TpaTT-e ^Vjs Sai^oixav aTre ^ecrSai, or jixr) ijLfTa^afj.ftdi/fitr, 748; cp 1 Cor. 10:20-21). In view
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  • Panopolis Qerrt Elephantine Sau Sais Sekhem Letopolis Suat Asyut
    238 KB (46,704 words) - 02:58, 12 November 2013
  • [FN#9] �6. Al-Tartib, or the due order of the ceremonies, as above enumerated. �But Al-Sai (4), may either precede or follow Al-Wukuf (2), provided that
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  • [said in reply to a man who pleaded, 'But one must live somehow']. je ne sais quoi (Fr.), I know not what. jet d'eau (Fr.), a jet of water. jeu de mots
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  • Moiisignor \ mceiizo, 142, 147. Savto, Cardinal. 79. 80, Si, 82, 83. 84. 138. Sai/ana. 7. 15. 107, 277, 278, 299. Saivana, llamas. ,i| 278, 20o. ^07, .^ "
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  • Wepwawet in Assiut, Neith in Sais, and Min in Coptos. As towns and villages gradually sprang up, they too adopted as their patron some one or other
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  • at this time. Thomas Mitchel sais he will bring my bed and things as he mooves next fall. If not I will come as soon as I can. I would be glad to say
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