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“ It is remarkable that ludus, as the general term for play, has not only not passed into the Romance languages but has left hardly any traces there, so far as I can see ... We must leave to one side the question whether the disappearance of ludus and ludere is due to phonetic or to semantic causes .”
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In summary, while we stress that constructive engagement between anthropology and the military is possible, CEAUSSIC suggests that the AAA emphasize the incompatibility of HTS with disciplinary ethics and practice for job seekers and that it further recognize the problem of allowing HTS to define the meaning of “ anthropology ” within DoD.
Without such a declaration, Paine concluded, “ he custom of all courts is against us, and will be so, until, by an independence, we take rank with other nations .”
For Euclid ’ s method to succeed, the starting lengths must satisfy two requirements: ( i ) the lengths must not be 0, AND ( ii ) the subtraction must be “ proper ”, a test must guarantee that the smaller of the two numbers is subtracted from the larger ( alternately, the two can be equal so their subtraction yields 0 ).
In geography and agriculture, arable land ( from Latin arāre ; “ To plough, To farm ”) is land that can be used for growing crops.
The world's best-selling mystery writer, and often referred to as the “ Queen of Crime ”, Agatha Christie is considered a master of suspense, plotting, and characterisation.
An abbot ( from Old English abbod, abbad, from Latin abbas (“ father ”), from Ancient Greek ἀββᾶς ( abbas ), from Aramaic ܐܒܐ / אבא (’ abbā, “ father ”); confer German Abt ; French abbé ) is the head and chief governor of a community of monks, called also in the East hegumen or archimandrite.
This belief is grounded in the Gospel of John passage “ You heard me say, ‘ I am going away and I am coming back to you .’ If you loved me, you would be glad that I am going to the Father, for the Father is greater than I.
The term “ amber ” is loosely used to describe a scent that is warm, musky, rich and honey-like, and also somewhat oriental and earthy.
ΑΒΡΑΣΑΞ, which is far more common in the sources than the variant form Abraxas, ΑΒΡΑΞΑΣ ) was a word of mystic meaning in the system of the Gnostic Basilides, being there applied to the “ Great Archon ” ( Gk., megas archōn ), the princeps of the 365 spheres ( Gk., ouranoi ).
* J. J. Bellermann thinks it a compound of the Egyptian words abrak and sax, meaning “ the honorable and hallowed word ,” or “ the word is adorable .”
* Giuseppe Barzilai goes back for explanation to the first verse of the prayer attributed to Rabbi Nehunya ben HaKanah, the literal rendering of which is “ O, with thy mighty right hand deliver the unhappy ,” forming from the initial and final letters of the words the word Abrakd ( pronounced Abrakad ), with the meaning “ the host of the winged ones ,” i. e., angels.
It can be an assault to “ tap ”, “ pinch ”, “ push ”, or direct another such minor action toward another, but an accidental application of force is not an assault.
She has only the ability to create a soulless body, and thus she is “ persuaded to undertake the journey to heaven to ask for a soul ,” and “ the Seven Liberal Arts produce a chariot for her ... the Five Senses are the horses ”.
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The finished product was built in admirable form for the Roman Emperor, “ All of these elements marvelously fitted together in mid-air, suspended from one another and reposing only on the parts adjacent to them, produce a unified and most remarkable harmony in the work, and yet do not allow the spectators to rest their gaze upon any one of them for a length of time .”
W. Geoffrey Arnott says that “ we see that a set of formulae in the plays concerned with characterization, motif, and situation has been applied to two dramatic situations which possess in themselves just as many difference as they do similarities .” It is important to compare the two authors and the remarkable similarities between them because it is essential in understanding Plautus.
As Ravel said, “ It is probably better after all for us to be on frigid terms for illogical reasons .” Ravel stoically absorbed superficial comparisons with Debussy promulgated by biased critics, including Pierre Lalo, an anti-Ravel critic who stated, “ Where M. Debussy is all sensitivity, M. Ravel is all insensitivity, borrowing without hesitation not only technique but the sensitivity of other people .” During 1913, in a remarkable coincidence, both Ravel and Debussy independently produced and published musical settings for poems by Stéphane Mallarmé, again provoking comparisons of their work and their perceived influence on each other, which continued even after Debussy ’ s death five years later.
The French historian Fernand Braudel, in his famous volume on Mediterranean civilisation, describes the Alps as “ an exceptional range of mountains from the point of view of resources, collective disciplines, the quality of its human population and the number of good roads .” This remarkable human presence in the Alpine region came into being with the population growth and agrarian expansion of the High Middle Ages.
Patients display a remarkable hallucinatory behavior, and peculiar motor disturbances, which Morvan reported under the term “ fibrillary chorea ” but which are best described nowadays as neuromyotonic discharges.
In that he was a slave, the fact that he could read and write is remarkable and suggests that he may have been a “ house slave ” or a supervisory slave laborer.
Nobel laureate and economist Gary Becker states that “ Chile ’ s annual growth in per capita real income from 1985 to 1996 averaged a remarkable 5 percent, far above the rest of Latin America .” Since then the economy has averaged 3 % annual growth in GDP.
In 1774 he was made docent of Gothic antiquities at Uppsala University in consequence of his remarkable treatise, “ Monumenta svia-gothica vetustioris aevi falso meritoque suspecta ”.
Keith Ralph was later commissioned by James Boswell to produce a portrait of John Reid as “ my first client in criminal business and as a very remarkable person in the annals of the Court of Justiciary ”
Norwich states, “ He was, we are told, a passionate collector — not only of books and manuscripts but works of art of every kind ; more remarkable still for a man of his class, he seems to have been an excellent painter.
In the 330 pages “ The Ilocos Heritage ” ( the 27th book written by Visitacion de la Torre ), the Ilocano legacy and the life of the Ilocano – are described as-" the browbeaten, industrious, cheerful, simple soul who has shown a remarkable strain of bravery and a bit of wanderlust.
He addressed meetings in every town and village in the state, carrying on a remarkable campaign known as the “ Hale Storm of 1845 .” At a North Church meeting in Concord on 5 June 1845, there was a noted debate between Hale and Pierce.
By finding ( 1 ) the sophisticated parties participating in the OTC derivatives markets did not require CEA protections, ( 2 ) the activities of most OTC derivatives dealers were already subject to direct or indirect federal oversight, ( 3 ) manipulation of financial markets through financial OTC derivatives had not occurred and was highly unlikely, and ( 4 ) the OTC derivatives market performed no significant “ price discovery ” function, the PWG concluded “ there is no compelling evidence of problems involving bilateral swap agreements that would warrant regulation under the CEA .” By essentially adopting the views of the other members of the PWG concerning the scope and application of the CEA, the CFTC permitted a “ remarkable ” agreement “ on a redrawing of the regulatory lines .”
Macleod of the University of Alberta, has written that: “ Much of English Canada ’ s understanding of the formative years of the Canadian West comes from George Stanley ’ s remarkable work, The Birth of Western Canada.
“ I ’ m fortunate that my career has allowed me to meet some of the most amazing people, and I have heard so many remarkable stories.
The great event of his intellectual life was the coming of the Reformation ; he became an ardent adherent of Luther, and in 1523 wrote in Luther's honour the poem beginning “ The nightingale of Wittenberg, which is heard everywhere ” (), and four remarkable dialogues in prose, in which his warm sympathy with the reformer were tempered by counsels of moderation.
According to Vowell, “ Being at least a little Cherokee in northeastern Oklahoma is about as rare and remarkable as being a Michael Jordan fan in Chicago .” She retraced the path of the forced removal of the Cherokee from the southeastern United States to Oklahoma known as the Trail of Tears with her twin sister Amy.
The Historia general has been called “ one of the most remarkable accounts of a non-Western culture ever composed ,” and Bernardino has been called the father of American ethnography.
For a Canadian to hear that from a British Speaker is a pretty remarkable conclusion and assessment of your role as Speaker .” Baird predicted that Milliken would “ go down in history as, if not one of the best Speakers, the best Speaker the House of Commons has ever had .”
“ A distinguished flutist with a devotion that shows up in the airy sweetness of his sound at ballad tempos and in the remarkable control he can bring to rapid-fire, skittering runs on up tempo, Coltrane-inspired material .” ( Stuart Broomer, Editor, CODA, Toronto Life, April 2004 )
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In his article Observations on the marital metaphor of YHWH and Israel in its ancient Israelite context: general considerations and particular images in Hosea 1. 2, Ben Zvi describes the role of the Gomer in the marriage metaphor as one of the “ central attributes of the ideological image of a human marriage that was shared by the male authorship and the primary and intended male readership as building blocks for their imagining of the relationship .”
Justice Holmes cautioned that “ the proper derivation of general principals in both common and constitutional law ... arise gradually, in the emergence of a consensus from a multitude of particularized prior decisions .” Justice Cardozo noted the “ common law does not work from pre-established truths of universal and inflexible validity to conclusions derived from them deductively ,” but “ ts method is inductive, and it draws its generalizations from particulars .”
Inspired by the “ general will ”, it should be entitled to enforcement by revolutionary coercion on the will of all.
Later on, during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, this French revolutionary principle – though not of course its specific way to identify the “ general will ” – percolated into first Socialist and then Fascist political thinking.
Yes: “ The general duties of every corporation may be collected from the nature and design of its institution: it should act agreeably to its nature, and fulfill the purposes for which it was formed .” Who sees that corporations are living up to those duties?
In English law solicitors like to call personal injury claims as “ general damages ” for pain and suffering and loss of amenity ( PSLA ).
The General Minister and President ( GMP ) is the designated leader for the General Church, but does not have the administrative authority to direct any of the general church agencies other than “ The Office of General Minister and President .” The GMP has influence that derives from the respect of the church much as the pastor of a local church leads a local congregation.
“ Our author ( Diophantos ) not the slightest trace of a general, comprehensive method is discernible ; each problem calls for some special method which refuses to work even for the most closely related problems.
The term “ Euclidean ” distinguishes these spaces from the curved spaces of non-Euclidean geometry and Einstein's general theory of relativity, and is named for the Greek mathematician Euclid of Alexandria.
They usually seek, in contrast, to preserve the integrity of existing ecologies and ecoregions, and in general are more pessimistic about human “ management ”.
This enables the network to offer general traffic alongside virtual “ private ” network paths for projects, such as the Large Hadron Collider, which have particular requirements involving dedicated bandwidth, security and flexibility.
The term analytic function is often used interchangeably with “ holomorphic function ”, although the word “ analytic ” is also used in a broader sense to describe any function ( real, complex, or of more general type ) that is equal to its Taylor series in a neighborhood of each point in its domain.
As he suggests in his general theory of human nature, “ emotional amoral egoism ”, human behavior is primarily governed by self-interest.
On February 1, 1950, contract N8ss-2660 was approved for 1, 000 units “ especially adapted for general reconnaissance or command communications ” and “ constructed for short period underwater operation such as encountered in landing and fording operations.
These ships were considered to be “ general purpose ” ships, mainly used for fishing and trade, but occasionally were commissioned for military use.
In 1880, the general conference included in the Discipline a broad statement which included, “ Temperance is a Christian virtue, Scripturally enjoined .” Due to the temperate stance of the church, the practice of Eucharist was altered — to this day, Methodist churches most commonly use grape juice symbolically during Communion rather than wine.
File: Wheeler, John-Archibald 1963 Kopenhagen. jpg | John Wheeler ( 1911-2008 ): revived interest in general relativity in the United States after World War II, worked with Niels Bohr to explain principles of nuclear fission, tried to achieve Einstein ’ s vision of a unified field theory, coined the terms black hole, quantum foam, wormhole, and the phrase “ it from bit ”.
At the time, the general Scipio Africanus wanted to confront Hannibal, a plan “ strongly favored by the plebs ”.
In fact the word cattle is the Old Norman variant of Old French chatel ( derived from Latin capitalis, “ of the head ”), which was once synonymous with general movable personal property.
Freud wrote that changing homosexuality was difficult and possible only under unusually favourable conditions, observing that “ in general to undertake to convert a fully developed homosexual into a heterosexual does not offer much more prospect of success than the reverse .” Success meant making heterosexual feeling possible, not eliminating homosexual feelings.
Not only “ In the rabbinic literature, the cockcrow is used as general marking of time ”, but also some of the Sages interpreted the " cockcrow " to mean the voice of the Temple officer who summoned all priests, Levites, and Israelites to their duties and used as such because the Hebrew gever was used also to mean a " rooster " in addition to the meaning of " man, strong man ".