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  • But what you are there to do, first and foremost, is taste the first-fruits of an incredibly publish-or-perish sort of life while actually having some people around you take a vested interest in what you are attempting to do.

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  • Teach also those who profess the Greek religion to contribute to such services, and the villages of the Greek religion to offer the first-fruits to the gods.

    Paying Homage to the Emperor

  • But what you are there to do, first and foremost, is taste the first-fruits of an incredibly publish-or-perish sort of life while actually having some people around you take a vested interest in what you are attempting to do.

    What are degrees good for anyway?

  • Yet he affirms with utter realism that creation continues to groan in travail, even as we, who have received the first-fruits of the Spirit, patiently await the fulfilment of our redemption cf.

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  • Phoenicia is my native land where I was born and bred; and Agenor's children's children sent me hither as a first-fruits of the spoils of war foy Phoebus; but when the noble son of Oedipus was about to escort me to the hallowed oracle and the altars of Loxias, came Argives meantime against his city.

    The Phoenissae

  • This is a first-fruits feast, a feast reminding us of the Old Testament offering to God the best of their beginning of the harvest.

    Feasting for the Assumption

  • Phoenicia is my native land where I was born and bred; and Agenor's children's children sent me hither as a first-fruits of the spoils of war foy Phoebus; but when the noble son of Oedipus was about to escort me to the hallowed oracle and the altars of Loxias, came Argives meantime against his city.

    The Phoenissae

  • This is a first-fruits feast, a feast reminding us of the Old Testament offering to God the best of their beginning of the harvest.

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  • I am indeed worn out, having arrived here only yesterday from the court of the Erechtheidae; for they too were at war, fighting with Eumolpus, in which contest I insured the victory of Cecrops 'sons; and I received the golden crown, which thou seest me wearing, as first-fruits of the enemy's spoil.

    The Phoenissae

  • I am indeed worn out, having arrived here only yesterday from the court of the Erechtheidae; for they too were at war, fighting with Eumolpus, in which contest I insured the victory of Cecrops 'sons; and I received the golden crown, which thou seest me wearing, as first-fruits of the enemy's spoil.

    The Phoenissae

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