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  • The same goes for the fact that the original authors of Genesis may well have taken figures like Adam and Eve or a sevenday creation in a metaphorical sense.

    Evolution and Liberal Christianity

  • What matters is how Jesus, Paul and the others took the stories about Adam and Eve and the sevenday creation.

    Evolution and Liberal Christianity

  • "You'll be welcome at any trader fire across Pern by the end of the next sevenday."

    Dragon's Fire

  • Pellar soon fell into a routine, meeting every other sevenday with Master Zist while the rest of the time keeping a distant eye on the spot he'd noted at the camp's coal dump where the Shunned were stealing their coal.

    Dragon's Fire

  • The next day was no different; neither the next sevenday, nor the next month.

    Dragon's Fire

  • "I don't care how it's said," Nikal replied, "as long as my allotment of coal's in my lockers in the next sevenday."

    Dragon's Fire

  • It was a sevenday before the injured lad recovered.

    Dragon's Fire

  • By the end of a sevenday, frantic in his efforts to meet both D'gan's and Tenim's unreasonable demands, Tarik was a hollow-eyed wreck of a man.

    Dragon's Fire

  • He planned to be back at least a sevenday beforehand, ready to acknowledge those with whom he'd set up trades and fight off those with whom he hadn't.

    Dragon's Fire

  • "Two hundred and forty tonnes every sevenday," Cristov said, awed.

    Dragon's Fire

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