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bible

meatworkers' name for omasum.
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Let the Bible be diffused among them, and all earthly good would follow.
For, indeed, besides the horse and the Bible, Tom had sacrificed a night-gown, and other things, to the use of this distressed family.
Then these learned men repeated to Caedmon some part of the Bible, explained the meaning of it, and asked him to tell it again in poetry.
But they ought to read the Bible, mamma, to learn God's will.
Pilgrims, always prone to find prophecies in the Bible, and often where none exist, speak cheerfully and complacently of poor, ruined Ephesus as the victim of prophecy.
If it says so in the Bible it is so, Philip," said Mrs.
Lynde was awful mad when I said that and shut the Bible up and said she'd never read me any more of it if I talked like that.
Among the rest, it occurred to him, he said, how his father used to insist so much on the inexpressible value of the Bible, and the privilege and blessing of it to nations, families, and persons; but he never entertained the least notion of the worth of it till now, when, being to talk to heathens, savages, and barbarians, he wanted the help of the written oracle for his assistance.
They can pray for him, pay money to have the Bible put into his hand, and missionaries to instruct him; while they despise and totally neglect the heathen at their own doors.
I said, You let the Bible alone: you've got a jest- book, han't you, as you're rare and proud on?
replied Rosa, "it is the Bible of your poor godfather, Cornelius de Witt.
A CELEBRATED Divine having affirmed the fallibility of the Bible, was asked why, then, he preached the religion founded upon it.