How To Use Lost tribes In A Sentence

  • Like the lost tribesmen of New Guinea, the inhabitants of Tibet were, it was here predicted, soon to enter into modernity.
  • But an Israeli rabbi, who spent a lifetime searching for the lost tribes, brought 40 Mizo converts to Israel as tourists and enrolled them in a rabbinical school.
  • As we challenge parishes about Connect 09, and as I listen to ministers, we see what I call deserts and lost tribes. SA Latest News
  • Her theories are reminiscent of the diffusionist theories that argue that Native Americans were descended from the lost tribes of Israel, the Welsh, the Phoenicians, the Egyptians, and/or the Chinese.
  • Science can comment usefully on such issues as the age of the Shroud of Turin, the parting of the Red Sea, or genetic studies of alleged lost tribes of Israel.
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  • The Hall of the Lost Tribes - a smoke-free gaming room - features the marks of sachems of thirteen extinct Connecticut Indian tribes culled from seventeenth- and eighteenth-century documents.

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