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  • adj. being seven more than fifty

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Examples

  • 462 Vijayā, to whom Ps lvii. is ascribed, is apparently a different person.

    Psalms of the Sisters

  • Blessings inside Soul Power Series, xlviii practice and, lvii

    Tao II

  • For more on Brown and Murray, see KC, i. lvii-lviii and Stillinger 103.

    New Letters from Charles Brown to Joseph Severn

  • Although abasement is the opposite to pride, yet is he that abases himself most akin to the proud (IV.lvii. note).

    The Ethics

  • Merchants who attempt to make money by lending money where money is plentiful and collecting it where money is scarce for a real financial gain, meet the following statement by St. Thomas, from his Commentary on Aristotle's Politics, I, lvii:

    Corporation Christendom Part Two

  • Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1963: pp. lvii-cxxxiv.

    The Influence of Islamic Thought on Maimonides

  • (See the Life of Burckhardt prefixed to his Travels in Nubia, p.lvii. 4to. edition, 1819).

    Travels in Arabia

  • (See Chapters lvii to lxv; also Appendices E, F, and G.)

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • French critics: “but here in England their reign is over and thanks to the Germans, with the Schlegels at their head, a truer philosophical method of judg - ing is beginning to obtain among us” (p. lvii).

    ROMANTICISM IN LITERATURE

  • If this be our aim, if this be our great interest, -- that we may please God, that he may delight in us, and rejoice over us; this is the way whereby it is to be done, Isa. lvii.

    The Sermons of John Owen

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