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Google previewLectures on the Prophecies of Isaiah (1794)

by Robert MacCulloch

The roe is a very timid creature; and, when chased by the hunter, runs exceeding swiftly : and, in these respects, it affords a lively image of the timorous men of Babylon, who had recourse to a precipitate flight, when they beheld the approach of a powerful enemy. Sheep are weak, defenceless creatures, intimidated by every appearance of danger : they are exceedingly apt to wander, and to become a prey to rapacious animals. In these respects the Babylonians were to resemble them.

Google previewThe Poor Man's Concordance, and dictionary to the sacred scriptures both of the Old and New Testament (1828)

Designed ... for that class who read the "Poor Man's commentary on the Bible" by Robert Hawker

like to the roe, or to the " young hart, upon the mountains of spices." (Song viii. 14.) HINNOM. The valley Gehennon, called also the valley of Tophet. Gehennon is the Syriac word for hell. The same is meant by Tophet. These several names it should seem, were all equally applied to the same place. The prophets Isaiah and Jeremiah both speak of this awful spot.

Google previewThe Black Sea Encyclopedia (2014)

by Sergei R. Grinevetsky, Igor S. Zonn, Sergei S. Zhiltsov, Aleksey N. Kosarev, Andrey G. Kostianoy

Black caviar – the roe of the sturgeons. B.C. is produced from the raw roe of great sturgeon, kaluga (Huso dauricus), sturgeon, stellate sturgeon, bastard sturgeon and sterlet. This is the highly nutritive, valuable and tasty food product. It contains great quantities of full-value proteins, fats and vitamins. By its calorific value this product is inferior to meat, milk and other foodstuffs. 100 g of caviar gives 280 calories to the organism. The usual caviar portion is considered one ounce ( 28.35 g).

Google previewAmerican Political Culture: An Encyclopedia [3 volumes] (2015)

An Encyclopedia by Mark J. Rozell, Ted G. Jelen

The Roe decision was controversial for two primary reasons. The first had to do with the constitutional basis for the decision. As in the Griswold decision, the right to privacy championed in Roe was not firmly rooted in any text of the Constitution or in any traditional, historical understanding of individual liberties. After all, laws against abortion were widespread. Many critics, even those who supported legal abortion, argued that the Court's decision seemed more like a piece of legislation ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Aphrodisiacs (2013)

Psychoactive Substances for Use in Sexual Practices by Christian Rätsch, Claudia Müller-Ebeling

The word caviar refers to the roe (eggs) of fish. True caviar—expensive and gray- black in color—comes from various types of sturgeon: Oscietra caviar (Acipenser güldenstädti), beluga caviar (Huso huso), sevruga caviar (Acipenser stellatus). Red caviar comes from Pacific chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) and trout ( Salmo trutta). The roe of the lumpfish (Cyclopterus lumpus), a northern ocean fish whose flesh is not popular as a food outside of Scandinavia, is the source of a cheaper ...

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Fee-fie-foe-fum
Mans need to moralize random outcome

Fol-de-roe and fol-de-rol
so the uncontrollable seems controllable-

Fum-foe-fie-fee
Heinous and useful, both, then, morality

Fol-de-rol and fol-de-roe
What far less important than Who. (Morgan Michaels)
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