Definition of American revised version

1. Noun. A revised version of the King James Version.




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American Federation of Labor
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Indus
American Indian
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American Indians
American Keuda
American Keudas
American Labor Party
American Law Institute formulation
American Law Institute rule
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American Party
American Red Cross
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American Revolution
American Revolutionary War
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American Sign Language
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Literary usage of American revised version

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1. The Story of the Revised New Testament, American Standard Edition by Matthew Brown Riddle (1908)
"of the book at that time created the impression that this was the American Revised Version which the public had been awaiting for so many years. ..."

2. The Ancestry of Our English Bible: An Account of Manuscripts, Texts by Ira Maurice Price (1920)
"Just before the expiration of the fourteen years, the University Presses of Oxford and Cambridge, issued the " american revised version," an edition in ..."

3. The Ancestry of Our English Bible: An Account of the Bible Versions, Texts by Ira Maurice Price (1906)
"Just before the expiration of the fourteen years, the University Presses of Oxford and Cambridge, issued the " american revised version," an edition in ..."

4. The Origin and Character of the Bible: And Its Place Among Sacred Books by Jabez Thomas Sunderland (1908)
"The Revised Version (at least the american revised version) leaves out all obsolete words, giving in their place words in current use to-day, ..."

5. English Bible Versions: With Special Reference to the Vulgate, the Douay by Henry Barker (1907)
"The american revised version follows the Revised Version, simply substituting "will" for "shall. ..."

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