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“The other name for the Vetch is Tares, which is, no doubt, an old”
“When the Cid returned from Castille and knew that Valencia was besieged by the French, he went to Tares, which is near Monviedro, and encamped there with his people, who were many in number.”
“The writer of the article "Tares" in Smith's Dictionary says: "Critics and expositors are agreed that the Greek plural”
“Under Tares confident hands the ship rolled to starboard, easily evading another volley, simultaneously firing a steady stream of phasers from their ventral array.”
“One had even said Jesus used these techniques as he spoke to his hearers by framing his message in terms that they could understand, good fish and bad fish, sheep and goats, wheat and Tares.”
“Jesus himself interpreted the parable of the Sower and the Tares and the Dragnet in the same allegorical way.”
“The Wheat and the Tares points to this, as do other parables and prophecies but in the end, its just my opinion.”
“Sacramentum Vitae: The Sower of the Tares skip to main”
“We heard much fine chanting by the choir, and an admirable sermon, preached by a venerable prebend, on “Tares and Wheat.””
“Clearly Tares was only a minor figure among these pirates, she observed, because he was now off to the side and not part of the leader's group.”
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