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  • adj. being eight more than seventy
  • n. the cardinal number that is the sum of seventy and eight


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  • Taoism differentiated from, lxxix union with Tao, lxxvii–lxxviii what is Tao, 1

    Tao II

  • Tao ke Tao, fei chang Tao Tao that can be explained by words or comprehended by thoughts is not the eternal Tao or true Tao, lxxvii–lxxviii, 24–25, 190

    Tao II

  • [Footnote: See letter to Sir Joseph Banks (ante p. lxxviii) in which Park says “that, according to the information of the guide, they should touch on the Moors no where but at Tombuctoo.”]

    The Journal of a Mission to the Interior of Africa, in the Year 1805

  • In chapter lxxviii of Euterpe, we have an admirable citation.


  • [See also 1870, chap. lxxviii; 1899, chap. ccv; and various talks, 1906-07, etc.]

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • Devils do his will herein; he sent evil angels among the Egyptians, Ps. lxxviii.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • For the first, -- the ark is oftentimes called the "glory" of God, Ps. lxxviii.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • And it is the name whereby the miraculous works of God are expressed, Ps.lxxvii. 11, lxxviii.


  • Especially will they do so when the hand of God is upon them in afflictions and dangers, Ps. lxxviii.


  • So was it with those in Ps.lxxviii. 33-35, in their great trouble and perplexity, for and upon the account of sin.

    Of the Mortification of Sin in Believers


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