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atmospheric transport and dispersion [model]
Historical Examples

And when they came to ye feld of atad beyonde Iordane/ there they made great & exceadinge sore lamentaci.
The First Boke of Moses called Genesis William Tyndale

buckthorn, a place where Joseph and his brethren, when on their way from Egypt to Hebron with the remains of their father Jacob, made for seven days a “great and very sore lamentation.” On this account the Canaanites called it “Abel-mizraim” (Gen. 50:10, 11). It was probably near Hebron. The word is rendered “bramble” in Judg. 9:14, 15, and “thorns” in Ps. 58:9.


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