seven deadly sins

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seven deadly sins

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(Theology) a fuller name for the deadly sins
Translations
sieben Todsünden
siete pecados capitales
seitsemän kuolemansyntiä
sept péchés capitaux
hét főbűn
dauðasyndirnar sjö
sette peccati capitali
七つの大罪
sete pecados capitais
sju dödssynderna
References in classic literature ?
said the Duc de Beaufort to himself, "every man in order that he may lose his heart and soul, must receive from celestial bounty one of the seven capital sins, perhaps two; it seems that Master La Ramee's is gluttony.
The temporary eatery has views of the Tour Eiffel, located 600 feet away, and is offering OA culinary voyage around the seven capital sins [ETH] with a different sin on the 7th of each monthO.
The spirit directed him to take the seven capital sins and place them on the nine point enneagram diagram.
The excessive desire for money has always been one of the seven capital sins.
Again, whereas the main narrative structure of Anticlaudianus consists in a curriculum, that of Confessio consists in the Seven Capital Sins.
The seven capital sins are 1) Pride, 2) Covetousness (avarice), 3) Lust, 4) Anger, 5) Gluttony, 6) Envy, and 7) Sloth.
Weber considers the seven capital sins and how lives are affected by them.