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SCROLL. A mark which is to supply the place of a seal, made with a pen or other instrument on a writing.
     2. In some of the states this has all the efficacy of a seal. 1, S. & R. 72; 1 Wash. 42; 2 McCord, 380; 4 McCord 267; 3 Blackf. 161; 3 Gill & John. 234; 2 Halst. 272. Vide Seal; 2 Serg. & Rawle, 504; 2 Rep. 5. a; Perk. Sec. 129. In others, a scroll has no such effect; and when a suit is brought on an instrument sealed with a scroll, the act of limitations may be pleaded to it, as to a simple contract. 2 Rand. 446; 6 Halst. 174; 5 John. 239; 1 Blackf. 241; Griff. Law Reg., answers to question No 110.

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This scroll was signed with a stamp of Cherubim's wings, not spread but hanging downwards, and by them a cross.
These are merely the rough copies," he explained: "and, as soon as I have put in the final corrections--" making a great commotion among the different parchments, "--a semi-colon or two that I have accidentally omitted--" here he darted about, pen in hand, from one part of the scroll to another, spreading sheets of blotting-paper over his corrections, "all will be ready for signing.
On this the White Rabbit blew three blasts on the trumpet, and then unrolled the parchment scroll, and read as follows:--
A few gleanings: the Essenes were, after all, the community behind the scrolls; there are 222 biblical and 670 nonbiblical scrolls; John the Baptist may have had some contact with the Qumran community; the scroll writers align themselves with Jubilees and date festivals to a 364-day calendar; the covenanters expected a war in the future in which the Davidic messiah would lead the forces of good to victory and execute the leader of the armies of evil; DNA research will enable scholars to assign a number of tiny fragments to a particular scroll or to determine the number of skins from different animals that are used for the long scrolls; a scroll that was hailed a decade ago as announcing a slain messiah actually has the messiah killing his enemies.
The visuals were painted upside-down on the scroll so that, as the singer unfurled the scroll as he sung, the upside-down visuals became right side up for the congregation.
Scroll down the list of programs until you find your target.
But I was especially struck by the fact there are two arrows at the side of this text which you use to scroll text up and down.
This latter idea was more than just a scribble on a scroll.
Hanging scroll, ink and colors on silk (117 cm x 55.
Many of the artifacts on display, including the Isaiah B Scroll, have never left the Holy Land until now and have never even been on display at the Shrine of the Book, which houses the Dead Sea Scroll collection at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, said Dr.
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