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Ragged Life in Egypt - Page 33
by Mary Louisa Whately - 1863 - 208 pages
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The Jewish advocate for the young [by J.J. Reynolds].

London society for promoting Christianity amongst the Jews, James Jubilee Reynolds - 1863
...have been sleeping in the heat of the day, or picking about to find food. They dart upwards, and fly through the air in large circles, their outspread...sun's slanting rays, so that they really resemble "yellow gold;" then, as they wheel round and are seen against the light, they appear as if turned into...
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The Ladies' Repository, Volume 26

Methodist Episcopal Church - 1866
...sunset numbers of pigeons suddenly emerge from behind the pitchers and other rubbish, where they have been sleeping in the heat of the day or pecking about to find food. They dart upward and career through the air in large circleĞ, their outspread wings catching the bright glow...
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The picture gallery of the nations

Picture gallery - 1870
...sunset, numbers of pigeons suddenly emerge from behind the pitchers and other rubbish, where they have been sleeping in the heat of the day, or pecking about to find food. They dart upward, and career through the air in large circles, their outspread wings catching the bright glow...
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The treasury of David: containing an original exposition of the ..., Volume 3

Charles Haddon Spurgeon - 1872
...sunset, numbers of pigeons suddenly emerge from behind the pitchers and other rubbish, where they have been sleeping in the heat of the day, or pecking about...the bright glow of the sun's slanting rays, so that thev really resemble bright " yellow gold ;" then, as they wheel round, and are seen against the light,...
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"Delivery" Or, Lecture-room Hints on Public Speaking in Its Relation to the ...

Samuel McAll - Preaching - 1875 - 136 pages
...of pigeons suddenly emerge from behind this rubbish, where they have slept in the heat of the day. They dart upwards, and career through the air in large...sun's slanting rays, so that they really resemble ' yellow gold.' Then, as seen against the light, they appear as if turned to molten silver. This may...
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Sparkling rills by the way-side, or, Thoughts on the Book of psalms ...

David Thomas K. Drummond - 1879
...sunset, numbers of pigeons suddenly emerge from behind the pitchers and other rubbish, where they have been sleeping in the heat of the day, or pecking about...dart upwards, and career through the air in large numbers, their outspread wings catching the bright glow of the sun's slanting rays, so that they really...
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The Treasury of David, Volume 3

Charles Haddon Spurgeon - Bible - 1882
...sunset, numbers of pigeons suddenly emerge from behind the pitchers and other rubbish, where they have been sleeping in the heat of the day, or pecking about...sun's slanting rays, so that they really resemble bright " yellow gold ;" then, as they wheel round, and arc seen against the light, they appear as if...
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The Treasury of David, Volume 3

Charles Haddon Spurgeon - Bible - 1882
...sunset, numbers of pi/jeons suddenly emerge from behind the pitchers and other rubbish, where they have been sleeping in the heat of the day, or pecking about to iind food. They dart upwards, and career through the air in large circles, their outspread wings catching...
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The Treasury of David: Spurgeon's Classic Work on the Psalms

Charles Haddon Spurgeon - Religion - 2013 - 704 pages
...sunset, numbers of pigeons suddenly emerge from behind the pitchers and other rubbish, where they have been sleeping in the heat of the day, or pecking about to find food. They dart upwards, and careen through the air in large circles, their outspread wings catching the bright glow of the sun's...
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