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But others bear no weapons, are beardless and have no marked sexual characteristics; none is demonstrably female.
The fashion of a beardless face swung so far, in fact, that as early as the reign of Henry I, Serle, the bishop, would compare bearded men of the Norman English Court with "filthy goats and bristly Saracens.
Similarly, the beardless head of Alexander wearing the crown fleurie in the initial on folio [17.
Evidence that changes do occur in communal social standards and that these changes then have halakhic ramifications can be brought from the fact that most congregations today do not think twice before appointing a beardless sheliah zibbur, notwithstanding the Shulhan Arukh's ban, ab initio, on such a leader, and the Mishnah Berurah's stern warning that a congregation may not compromise its standards on this point.
Because the coffin was beardless, we've assumed since 1937 that she was a woman.
183) According to Helmut Ritter, the thought that God could have a particular form--that of a beardless young man, an idea popular among the Sufisi (184)--"was intolerable for orthodox Muslims" who thus "in sum rejected" these reports.
CREATE THE LOOK: The beardless aquatic iris, Iris lavegata Dorothy
Yet pederasty, once considered a specialty of this region, was punished by bulldozer by the Taliban, and Mullah Omar had ruled that troops could not have beardless boys.
In addition to these romantic allusions, there were many satirical sketches, directed mainly at the Anglo-Jewish establishment whom Goldwater ridiculed as "the custodians of non-existent traditions," whose "vacuous hummings," were articulated through "the cantors of cant and the babblings of beardless rabbis.
The deputy editor also goes beardless and sports generous quantities of grey hair vaguely reminiscent of the Donny Osmond bouffant that used to make girls throw their knickers in the air.
For example, in common with the early Etterlin woodcut, the Ruf panels portray a relatively young and beardless Tell, in contrast to our modern, largely Schillerian image of a middle-aged hero.