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  1. Nikozragore says:
    But lo and behold doesn’t appear in that edition (nor, as far as I can tell, in any other). But the individual words most certainly do, often close to each other: And Abram said, Behold, to me thou hast given no seed: and, lo, one born in my house is mine heir. Genesis, chapter 15 verse 3, King James Bible,
  2. Gardahn says:
    Lo and Behold, Atlanta, Georgia. likes · 8 talking about this. My aim is to bring happiness and inspiration into your home through awesome works of art & home decor that will make you smile.
  3. Kilar says:
    Nov 18,  · The phrase “lo and behold” means to look and see something new in a situation or event. It is often used to introduce something that could have been predicted to appear. Origin of the phrase The word lo in the idiom “lo and behold” is a condensed version of the word look.
  4. Kagall says:
    Lo and Behold 'Purple Haze' grows shorter and wider than most upright butterfly bushes, so it also can form a low border in the landscape, with several planted near one another. Its fragrant, purple-blue flowers form in summer in long-cone-shaped bursts of color.
  5. Faele says:
    Jul 23,  · low and behold (misspelling) Etymology. The lo in the expression probably originated from the shortening of the word look, commonly seen in Middle English texts. Its presence in literature can be traced to at least as early as the 18th century. The literal meaning of the expression is "look and see", and it is always used as if in the imperative.
  6. Dounris says:
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  7. Akinoshicage says:
    Aug 01,  · Lo and behold or lo is used to emphasize a surprising event that is about to be mentioned, or to emphasize in a humorous way that something is not surprising at all. [humorous, or literary, emphasis] He called the minister of the interior and, lo and behold, within about an hour, the prisoners were released.
  8. Bralkree says:
    Aug 03,  · Lo and behold or lo is used to emphasize a surprising event that is about to be mentioned, or to emphasize in a humorous way that something is not surprising at all. [humorous, or literary, emphasis] He called the minister of the interior and, lo and behold, the prisoners were released. I looked and lo! every one of the men had disappeared.
  9. Nirr says:
    Lo and behold! Lo and behold! Lookin' for my lo and behold. Get me out here, my dear man. I bought myself A herd of moose One day she could call her own Well, she came out the very next day To see where they had flown I'm goin' down to Tennessee Get me a truck or somethin' Gonna save my money and rip it up. Lo and behold! Lo and behold.

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