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“Well, both Angelic hosts, as well as stars, are included in the biblical expression "the hosts of heaven" Satan himself being Lucifer the morning-star; then we have the Seven Archangels and the seven planets.”
“I saw her just above the horizon, decorating and cheering the elevated sphere she just began to move in, — glittering like the morning-star, full of life, and splendour, and joy.”
“In the boat she had glimpsed the superb rich stillness of the morning-star, the poignant intermediate flashing its quiet between the energies of the cosmos.”
“The magnificence of the watchful morning-star, that watches between the night and the day, the gleaming clue to the two opposites.”
“Arcie appeared in a corner of the room, his hand on his morning-star.”
“From this raised vantage point, he swung at the dragon with his morning-star, thinking as he did so that he was being extremely foolish and would have been better off staying at home.”
“He paused to shudder a moment wondering how Sam was going to be able to carry out his instructions with only his bare hands, and then swiftly went down the dingy halls, keeping to the shadows and wielding a morning-star he'd picked up just in case.”
“He took off his morning-star, and set it in the niche.”
“They rested that night in an orange-grove, and awoke refreshed, to begin their search while the bright morning-star was still shining.”
“This enemy, however, was armed, and heaved up his 'morning-star'  for a tremendous blow.”
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