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Definition of Vii

  • the cardinal number that is the sum of six and one

How to use vii in a sentence. Vii pronunciation.

THOU NEVER BILLED A MANY" VII.
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CHAPTER VII THE COMPACT One by one the lights went out in the Palace.
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Can it be denied, but that the going of a few sober Persons, tho' but once a Year, to see a Play, that they think less offensive and dangerous, does encourage many others to go frequently to Plays, and to those that are more abominably loose and prophane; who might never go at all to them, if none frequented them but such as were entirely abandoned to Shame as well as Vice? VII.
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The error, which had no other source than ecclesiastical tradition, has been fostered and perpetuated by the stupid blunder of the translators of the authorized version in identifying her with the "sinner" who is described in Luke vii, 37-50 as washing the feet of Jesus with her tears (see head-note to Luke vii).
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The Roman Catholic notion that this "sinner" was Mary the sister of Lazarus is almost equally groundless (see Douay Bible, head-note to Matthew xxvi, and the foot-note references to Luke vii, 37, found in most Catholic Bibles).
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The only reason for this identification is that the anointing by the "sinner" is described as taking place in the house of a Pharisee named Simon (Luke vii, 36, 39-40 43-44); that the anointing by the unnamed woman, as described in Matthew xxvi, 6-13 and Mark xiv, 3-9, took place in the house of one "Simon the leper," in Bethany; and that Mary, the sister of Lazarus, is described in John xi, 2, and xii, 3-8, as anointing Jesus in a house (apparently that of Lazarus himself) in Bethany, when a conversation ensues altogether different from that recorded in Luke vii, but similar to that related in Matthew xxvi, and Mark xiv, save that the objection to the anointing of Jesus is made, not by "his disciples" (Matthew xxvi, 8), not by "some that had indignation" (Mark xiv, 4), but by "one of his disciples, Judas Iscariot, Simon's son" (John xii, 4).
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CHAPTER VII Glad of a free evening, Emmeline, after dinner, walked round to Mrs. Fentiman's.
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The motto that Artsybashev has placed at the beginning of the novel is taken from Ecclesiastes vii.
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The more general reader will find all that he need know in Mr. Hill Burton's excellent "History of Scotland," chapters vii.
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VII Sunday was a day crowded with incident.
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Loved by the bluff Harrys of the English throne, its beauties sung by poet and deputed by artist, the charming declivities of Richmond gained a new name from Henry VII, and its bosky shades once saw a kingly Edward, a Henry, and a mighty Elizabeth drop the scepter of Great Britain from the palsied hand of Death.
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The Primitive State of Man VII.
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The Animated World, or Worship of the Universe under diverse Emblems VII.
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IN THE PUBLIC EYE VII.
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Those listed in Chapter VII.
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BAD NEWS AND GOOD VII.
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CHAPTER VII Gerhardt was in despair; he did not know any one to whom he could appeal between the hours of two and nine o'clock in the morning.
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VII THE first of September they went up to town.
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Title: Separation and Service or Thoughts on Numbers VI, VII.
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It is deeply interesting also to connect the sealing of this passage with that of Rev. vii and xiv.
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Examples of Vii

Example #1
FOR HIS SOUL'S SAKE AND THE LAND'S SAKE IX.
Example #2
V. THE WIDER WAY VI.
Example #3
The excited guests were now knocking at the doors of Cairene notables, bent upon gossip of the night's events, or were scouring the bazaars for ears into which to pour the tale of how David was exalted and Nahoum was brought low; how, before them all, Kaid had commanded Nahoum to appear at the Palace in the morning at eleven, and the Inglesi, as they had named David, at ten.
Example #4
Smiling, Kaid whispered in David's ear.
Example #5
Can Persons who have good Dispositions to Religion, who go but once or twice in a Year to the _Play-House_, say, upon their Experience, that they think the seeing of Plays is proper to encrease the Love of God in Men, to fit them for holy Exercises, and to promote their spiritual Welfare?
Example #6
Can Persons who are sensible of, and do heartily lament their want of the Love and Fear of God, their too great a Love of the World, the frequent Distractions of their Mind in Prayer, and the Unruliness of their Lusts and Passions, delight to frequent a Place where they are surrounded with Temptations to the Love of the World; where what can excite to unlawful Desires and Actions is promoted; and the Arts of an easie Defilement are studied?