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being seven more than sixty

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However, the archaeologist Yardena Alexander who announced the discovery said that the well "may have been dug in preparation for the great revolt against the Romans in 67 Ad, which ended in a military disaster and the destruction of the second temple in Jerusalem at the hands of Titus's armies in the year 70 AD".
The tongue is not one of those organs that the tragedians are fastidious about mentioning (for a list see Page, Euripides: Medea 67 ad 30-31).
The words "top," "bottom," "dominant," and "submissive" were used 66 times throughout these 67 ads. Only 25 percent of these ads did not make use of the words top/bottom and dominant/submissive.