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SABBATH. The same as Sunday. (q.v.)

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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It was an early Sabbath Day of February 5, and Mama Grace, as she's commonly referred to, had been taken to Nairobi by her son for routine medical check-ups.
This Friday-Saturday is the National Day of Unplugging, an event organized by Reboot, a nonprofit that creates new ways for people to observe traditions such as a Sabbath day. In honor of the occasion _ and to encourage you to participate _ here are my suggestions for how to make the experience easier and more rewarding.
But it has caused a divide on the Outer Hebrides island, which is said to be the last place in Britain where the fourth commandment - Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy - is still strictly observed.
But it has divided the island which is said to be the last place in Britian where the fourth commandment - Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy -- is still strictly observed.
Doing DIY at the weekend is something of a Busman's Holiday for him, I get it, and I understand the wanting to stop to watch the motor-racing with assorted refreshments and your muddy boots up on the coffee table, because it is, after all, the Sabbath Day. But as another classic goes, if you're going to do a job, do it properly *puts fears that he leaves other people's houses in this state and will never work again to the back of mind*.
The site, located across from Central Park at 110th Street, used to house the New York United Sabbath Day Adventist Church.
An old allegory asserts: 'When Adam saw the majesty of the Sabbath, its greatness and glory, and the joy it conferred upon all beings, he intoned a song of praise for the Sabbath day as if to give thanks to the Sabbath day.
He received his sight - and was excommunicated from Jewish society, because it happened on the Sabbath Day. But this man was also one of only a handful of people whom Jesus revealed his true identity to.
Buchanan (2006) explores the understanding that Sabbath is both an orientation towards God and the practice of being with God when he states, "Before we keep a Sabbath day, we cultivate a Sabbath heart...We become more ourselves in the presence of Sabbath; more vulnerable, less afraid" (p.
Jewish rules in observance of the Sabbath day of rest, which lasts from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday, prohibit turning on and off electric appliances and prohibit all other forms of what is considered work, said state Assemblyman Dov Hikind, who represents the heavily Jewish district.
The psalm for the Sabbath is Psalm 92, A psalm, a song for the Sabbath day. Although its title indicates an intrinsic association with the seventh day, nothing is said about the Sabbath in the text.
GREAT DESPITE the official permission of all the heads of the Anglican and Roman Catholic Churches to their respective flocks that they might work on the Sabbath Day during the next five or six weeks in view of the urgency of the food situation, a tour of several of the agricultural townships in the Ormskirk district (where spring work is seriously backward) yesterday showed that neither farmers nor their men are anxious to take advantage of the permit.