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Ark

1. A chest, or coffer. Bearing that precious relic in an ark. (Spenser)

2. The oblong chest of acacia wood, overlaid with gold, which supported the mercy seat with its golden cherubs, and occupied the most sacred place in the sanctuary. In it Moses placed the two tables of stone containing the ten commandments. Called also the ark of the Covenant.

3. The large, chestlike vessel in which noah and his family were preserved during the deluge. Hence: Any place of refuge.

4. A large flatboat used on western American rivers to transport produce to market.

Origin: oe. Ark, arke, arche, as. Arc, earc, earce, fr. L. Arca, fr. Arcere to inclose, keep off; akin to gr. To keep off.


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... in six days about 6000 years ago, and that about 4500 years ago a worldwide flood destroyed all animals and humans except for those aboard the Ark which God commanded Noah to build. Correct. For an evolutionist they would be: There is no God, that everything came from nothing or from random ...

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