Seventh Reading

Some articles on seventh reading, reading, seventh:

Lech-Lecha - Readings - Seventh Reading
... In the seventh reading (עליה, aliyah), God promised to maintain the covenant with Abraham and his offspring as an everlasting covenant throughout ... The maftir (מפטיר) reading that concludes the parshah reports that when Abraham circumcised himself and his household, Abraham was 99 and Ishmael was 13 ... The seventh reading (עליה, aliyah), the third open portion (פתוחה, petuchah), chapter 17, and the parshah end here ...
Miketz - Readings - Seventh Reading — Genesis 43:30–44:17
... In the seventh reading (עליה, aliyah), Joseph left hastily for his chamber and wept, washed his face, returned, and called for the servants to serve the meal ... In the maftir (מפטיר) reading that concludes the parashah, Judah and his brothers came to Joseph's house and fell before him on the ground ... The seventh reading (עליה, aliyah), the single closed portion (סתומה, setumah), and the parashah end here ...
2002–03 In English Football - Diary of The Season
... Nottingham Forest, Norwich City, Reading (newly promoted) and Sheffield United complete the top six ... Southampton's recent resurgence is putting pressure on the top five as they occupy seventh place and look on course for their highest finish since 1995 ... in pole position at the top of Division One, and apart from Coventry City edging Reading out of the playoff zone the top six of the division is unchanged from last month ...

Famous quotes containing the words reading and/or seventh:

    As one child psychologist friend of mine explains it with tongue in cheek, your baby only needs a lot of light at night if he’s reading or he’s entertaining guests.
    Lawrence Kutner (20th century)

    My bangles left.
    My best friends, tears,
    went on forever.
    My self-control
    wouldn’t sit still for a minute.
    My mind made itself up
    to go on ahead.
    When my man
    made up his mind to go,
    everything else went,
    just like him.
    Life,
    if you must go, too,
    then don’t forsake
    your entourage of friends.
    Amaru (c. seventh century A.D.)