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Nor is anything more beautiful than those episodes which pertain to the cure of Naaman, the Syrian, and the restoration to life of the son of the Shunamite woman, in reward for her hospitality, and the interview with Hazael before he became king.
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A triumph of his exegesis is seen in his statement that the Shunamite damsel who was selected to cherish David in his old age signified heavenly wisdom.
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For Jerome's interpretation of the text relating to the Shunamite woman, see Epist.
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Here, tradition says, the prophet Samuel was born, and here the Shunamite woman built a little house upon the city wall for the accommodation of the prophet Elisha.
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Though we admire the beautiful Rachel, or the heroic Deborah, or the virtuous Abigail, or the affectionate Ruth, or the fortunate Esther, or the brave Judith, or the generous Shunamite, we do not find in the Rachels and Esthers the hallowed ministrations of the Marys, the Marthas and the Phoebes, until Christianity had developed the virtues of the heart and kindled the loftier sentiments of the soul.
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Examples of Shunamite

Example #1
He recognized, in theory, both conquerors and conquered as one people, and greeted in person every race among his subjects.
Example #2
All his predictions came to pass.
Example #3
A battle raged about it for a time, but this finally subsided, owing to uncertainties arising from the circumstances of the discovery.
Example #4
As early as 1835 Prof. Jaeger had brought out from a quantity of Quaternary remains dug up long before at Cannstadt, near Stuttgart, a portion of a human skull, apparently of very low type.
Example #5
For examples of the rude stone implements, improving as we go from earlier to later layers in the bone caves, see Boyd Hawkins, Early Man in Britain, chap.
Example #6
An interesting gleam of light is thrown on the subject in De Baye, Grottes Prehistoriques de la Marne, pp.