- adj. being seven more than fifty
“462 Vijayā, to whom Ps lvii. is ascribed, is apparently a different person.”
“Blessings inside Soul Power Series, xlviii practice and, lvii”
“For more on Brown and Murray, see KC, i. lvii-lviii and Stillinger 103.”
“Although abasement is the opposite to pride, yet is he that abases himself most akin to the proud (IV.lvii. note).”
“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:”
“Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1963: pp. lvii-cxxxiv.”
“(See the Life of Burckhardt prefixed to his Travels in Nubia, p.lvii. 4to. edition, 1819).”
“(See Chapters lvii to lxv; also Appendices E, F, and G.)”
“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).”
“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.”
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