- adj. being seven more than sixty
“Tertullian often attacks him in writings ( "De Praeser.," lxvii; "Adv. Marc.,”
“This, by the by, was also affected in Europe, as we see in the Gesta Romanoru, Tale lxvii., of the wise and foolish knights who “drew blood (to drink) from the right arm.””
“Athanasius in his book, De variis quaest. prescribes as a present charm against devils, the beginning of the lxvii.”
“Psa.lxvii. cariosa est facies mea prae aegritudine animae.”
“I have made any sometimes short, more often long; to, usually short, is lengthened in lxi. 26, lxvii. 19, lxviii. 143; with is similarly long, though not followed by a consonant, in lxi.”
“Verona short in xxxv. 3, lxvii. 34, although it retains its proper quantity in lxviii.”
“Psalm lxvii, 51: "Israel also came into Egypt; and Jacob sojourned in the land of Ham.”
“[Footnote: see Grote's "History of Greece," Chap. lxvii.]”
“In the evening we attended St. John's Church, where the Vicar officiated and preached from Isaiah lxvii. 7 to a large congregation, and after the service we returned to our hotel.”
“I have made _any_ sometimes short, more often long; _to_, usually short, is lengthened in lxi. 26, lxvii. 19, lxviii. 143; _with_ is similarly long, though not followed by a consonant, in lxi.”
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