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- n. a major Jewish festival beginning on the eve of the 15th of Tishri and commemorating the shelter of the Israelites during their 40 years in the wilderness
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In Micro. succos, sine quibus animal sustentari non potest.
Omne purgans medicamentum, corpori purgato contrarium, &c. succos et spiritus abducit, substantiam corporis aufert.
Aviva · January 1st, 2004 at 12:20 pm hate to break it to you bnut jewsus was not born on the 24th ohr lichaof daled more around succos time… so the 1st has nothing to do with the bris of the mamzer
If you insist upon it, I will send the paper: I have told you what I think, and will therefore say no more on that head; but I will transcribe a passage which I found t'other day in Petronius, and thought not unapplicable to you: "Omnium herbarum succos Democritus expressit; et ne lapidum virgultorumque vis lateret, aetatem inter experimenta consumpsit."
Theres not enough liquor in this town if we had a game like that … especially with the drinking tax … I cant afford that! said … if there are players on the succos who need the kind of asskicking that dougie could give,
Mane patent gressus; hinc succos terra feraces Concipit, in multam pubentia gramina surgunt Luxuriem, tenerisque virescit circulus herbis.
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