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  • (Genesis xxx. 14) verbatim: "The _Encyclopædia Biblica_ says (s.v. 'Mandrakes'): 'The Hebrew name, _dūdā'im_, was no doubt popularly associated with _dōdīm_, [Hebrew: dodim]," love "; but its real etymology (like that of [Greek: mandragoras]) is obscure".

    The Evolution of the Dragon

  • See also the entries: “Leah,” “Mandrakes”; “Dinah,” “The Episode of Dinah and Shechem Son of Hamor.”

    Rachel: Midrash and Aggadah.

  • For more on the birth of Issachar and Zebulun, see below: “Mandrakes.”

    Leah: Midrash and Aggadah.

  • "" I served up the Mandrakes 'heads on silver platters.

    Little Girl Blue

  • But the Mandrakes, now they don't even use day help.

    Little Girl Blue

  • But Julia had examined enough crime scenes, enough dead bodies, to be certain the Mandrakes 'killer had not only been in control, he'd gone out of his way to communicate that control.

    Little Girl Blue

  • The Mandrakes had begun to clean up right after Blue's flight.

    Little Girl Blue

  • Who owned the furniture, the Mandrakes or the co-op's conveniently absent owner?

    Little Girl Blue

  • The name of the couple was Norton, not Mandrake, and the question Foley asked himself was how Anja had passed from the Nortons to the Mandrakes without anyone noticing.

    Little Girl Blue

  • Unless the Mandrakes had been very thorough, C Squad would find them, and grill them, and hopefully, break them.

    Little Girl Blue


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