Refrain from automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. When besieged, without hope of relief, in the last effort of despair, the women and girls are immolated, and the warriors, decorated in saffron robes, rash on inevitable destruction. I ruiah, (xix, 4, 5), " with the blood of mno- C'Cuta ; thoy have built the high p Uces of . We encourage the use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. Thi-y believe in the diiiniiy of our Saviour aud tlie Holy Trinity. This is to perform saca, where every branch (sacha) is cnt off. Baal, to burn their sons with fire for burut- ol)«ring» unto Baal." The mention of human sacritlce A, however, ia generally connected in scripture with tlie u Hrae of Moloch or Mil- coin, the god of the Aramo Qitea. Usage guidelines Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. I Zo Wl, I Onu of tiio wcum-Ik, Mnstela xibelli Da, n native of Nmllnrrn Europe nnd Siberia, with a Sne fur, tiie linivn of which iitrn with eqnal ease in pvei-y dirertion. Fruit, eizo of n Hniall peacli, red, very many seeds, hanging in dusters from the trunk. Cyrus returned and surpris- ed the inebriated and HCDSetess barbarians. But it was also a part of thu ostitblishvd ritual of tbo Carliiageoiaa Sf and ovory year n youthful vidhn wms cliotwu by lot. This is well worthy of cultivation ; may all be grown from seed in any good garden soil at tlje com- mencoraeut, or after tlie Tmus.^iiidiie U. Sa Dsrrit, next to LJihuanin D, li rno^t like the Selnvonlc The Sanscrit and Pali are. It will tlitii lonieand Kcaiidinnviau fiitniliea— ilie of Uia whole .l B|het it: hraoc Uof tuuafciail Mol denied, tliat white it u the actual of some, ni tlie Teutonic and Scliivouia lio% it in certainly tho eldest brother pretteut M older and mora original fvrmtj all the real. MUtler, who doe» not accept the ordinary ehi 'if the world's a^ in bia hlitory of Ai Sa DBcrit Li UTUlure.
Of the first migrations of tlie Indu-Seythic Gate, Tikshflc, and Asi, into India, that of Sehes- Mg, (Takshac), from Sehesuagdes (Techaris- thao? The same is observed by Schoffer, in bis account of this place. Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. It liiis two uftvs, oiiu gcuevally at tliu begiiiuinp or ettd of woi-Jp, lu pronuutico fi mere hittitig as io i Bli Uatb, eailc, b'la, &c.~ ^^ the oilier a vorul hissjuf;^ pt Bci^c'ly like Uiat ^Bnf ty tut iu ninse, tnusic, v/'tsv, but its bouik I ^■ju tbe tniildlu ami vad of words caii nnly be Hieante U lijr prnctico. The sinipld silji- luit of Europe occurs iu Avh Mc. Th« palaul S ofllio Nn^aii nlplinlit;), in use iti n-ortls of Si«ucrit ui'ij;i D, is commo Dly prououiiced u& |4 MWienliat softenal. lafi St anoiber Pi-ivi An poet, die^l in TUl, of bo Hijerab, or a li. Oh, that men would praise tbe Lord for his goodness, and for bis wonderful works to the children of men.' (Psalm, cvii.) ' If there be for bim an angel, an intercessor, one among a thousand, to show uuto man bis uprightness ; then he is gracious unto him, once christi BUH) for that colour, grounded on ' and faith. All are nomadic, but of these nomades the best known are tlie Asi, the Pasiani, Tacbari, Saccaranii, who took Bactria from the Greeks. Fire s|iecie8 growing iu Burmah, viz., the Ka-ing ; Kyan- tnai ; La-maii-myeet ; Kyan-mi*n ; Boung kjan ; and Htee-po-ka-baau-bsn, but Imvi; not been speciflcolly determined. sp Ontanvum, nre used for thatching, forming chair bottom}*, and yield writing pens and arrows. The truth appeara to be, that two motives, an expiatory offt'ring and a religious conseci'ation, were blended in the eacritice of infants to Moloch, and the readi- ness, and even joy, with winch mothers brought them to his nllarn seems inexplicable except on the supposition thnt they believed themselves to bo sccuriug their children's eterual happiness, by the sacrifice of natural feeling. You can search through the full text of this book on the web at http : //books . The' Ainbic nlpliabet &ks two letters to whicli iii Indiu 19 given ihv swind of f. I3HB, not 1340, a.% igb Bome iniatakn, Kntnpfer aiid otber.i calciilaleil.— . Deliver him from going down to a different, although not less absurd reason, the pit ; I have found a ransom.' (Job. The Sncie (* races') have made in Asia in-uptions similar to those ahka races, of the Puranas, of Saca-Dwipa. 191, Strabon.) It might not be uuworthj of i-e Beardi to inquire wbe Uier the Kimbri, the Jut or Gete, the Sicaseiue, tiia Catti of the Elbe aad Cimbric Chei-so- liese, aod the ancient Brilou, did not bi'ing their reiius with their bards and vatea (the Bbatond Bardai) from the highland of Scy- tbiaeaat of the Caspian, which originated the iiatioas common to both, improved lt7ond the Wo Jgaand the Im Jus. SAC ARE, a weight of 20 gi-ains used in Madagasffar. Griflitli collected nearly one hundred dif Tt^rent in the Ti-nasserim provinces. Saccha- rum officinarum is the sugar-i-sne, from which is produced n lar^e qii Hiitity of the sugar used by mau. M giganteum, Kul Ioo A, „ S tahitenae, OUheite cine. Amongst the Arian races who went to the north-west, there are no grounds for believing that the Saxous co Dtinued to offer human sacrifices after their seitlemcut in Great Bri- tain, but, in their own laud, the immolation of captives in honour of their gods was by uo means uncommon. They were a powerful nation, secoud to none in India for conrngs and numbers. Bryant gives the following as a passage from Cliaeri- liua in the history of the Sacsaau Cuthiles, of whose ancestry he speaks with great honor' in describing the expedition of Alexander tlio Great: Next mkrch'd the Smb, fond of pastorftl life Sprang from the Cutbite nomadw, who Uv'd Amid the p Uina of Aiik, rich io gntin They from the ihepherd ntoe derired their soarce Tho H ihepherdi who in anoient timei were deemed The jaitest of mankind.— /nd. It is supposed that they arc the descendants of the Sacie from between the Paropamison mountains and the Sen of Aral who ac! It is mentioned in tho Varaha I'uruna ns in possession of tho Sakie.— miford. In some cases even royal blood was selected that the imagined anger of the gods might be appeased. Their forces co Dststed of 60,000 foot, 6,000 horse, and SOO obarioli. a Uo Andfopocnn arhsnanlhu E, /SABALIA in Guierai, a low caste, em- ployed in tending eattli'. compauied Alexander, and rc- tuiiiiug with Craterus through the Moolla pass, settled in their present position. See Ariuu, Bactria, Hindoo, Kabul, Kelat, Kurmsnq, Viswaraitra. SACAMUARI, or Sacnmbhari, a goddess, the tutelary divinity of tho Cboulion tribes, whose stutuo is in the middle of a luke. lu Scaodiuavia, the aulliority of the priest was much greater thau it would appear to have been amoug the. It was his word often, which deteimiued where the needed victims should be found.
Copyright infringement habihty can be quite severe. Then they ciy onto the Lord in their trouble, and he tsaveth them out of their dis- tresses. Strabo says : " AH the tribes east of the Caspian are called Scytbic. SACCHARUM, a genus of plants of tlie natural order Pauii^acew and section Sarcha- reie. The cominirisou of Jercraiali vii, 31, with xxxiti ■S 17 SACRIFICE.