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( Chapter 1 is the first of three important moments in Joshua marked with major speeches and reflections by the main characters ; here first God and then Joshua make speeches about the goal of conquest of the Promised Land ; at chapter 12, Joshua looks back on the conquest ; and at chapter 23 Joshua gives a speech about what must be done if Israel is to live in peace in the land ).
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However, readers who accept Freud's findings and believe that he has solved completely the mystery of dreams, should ponder over the following words in his Interpretation Of Dreams, Chapter 1::
However, according to Josephus, in Antiquities, Book 7, Chapter 1, Joab had forgiven Abner for the death of his brother, Asahel, the reason being that Abner had slain Asahel honorably in combat after he had first warned Asahel and had no other choice but to kill him out of self defense.
*" Kant's ' Appropriation ' of Lampe's God ", Harvard Theological Review 85: 1 ( January 1992 ), pp. 85 – 108 ; revised and reprinted as Chapter IV in Stephen Palmquist, Kant's Critical Religion ( Ashgate, 2000 ).
A view of Ann Arbor toward Liberty and State streets, showing the Burton Memorial Tower, Michigan Theater ( Ann Arbor ) | Michigan Theater, the Borders Group | Borders bookstore No. 1 ( now closed following the company's Chapter 11 bankruptcy ), and several buildings of the University of Michigan
In November 2010, American Media filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection due to nearly $ 1 billion in debt, and assets of less than $ 50, 000.
International Master John L. Watson has dubbed the line 1. c4 Nf6 2. Nc3 e6 3. Nf3 Bb4 the " Nimzo-English ", employing this designation in Chapter 11 of his recent book Mastering the Chess Openings, Volume 3.
* Folio 7 recto: Lion ( Leo ) ( Physiologus, Chapter 1 ; Isidore of Seville, Etymologiae, Book XII, ii, 3-6 )
The earlier period would place Obadiah as a contemporary of the prophet Elijah as reflected in 1 Kings, Chapter 18, Verses 1-16.
Chapter 1: 1 identifies the prophet as " Micah of Moresheth " ( a town in southern Judah ), and states that he lived during the reigns of Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah, roughly 750-700 BC.
Chapter 3 may be an independent addition, now recognized as a liturgical piece, but was possibly written by the same author as chapters 1 and 2.
* The Literary Protégées of the Lake Poets, Dennis Low ( Chapter 1 contains a revisionist contextualisation of Robert Southey's infamous letter to Charlotte Brontë )
Chapter 1, Article 3 of the Confession reads: " The books commonly called Apocrypha, not being of divine inspiration, are no part of the Canon of Scripture ; and therefore are of no authority in the Church of God, nor to be any otherwise approved, or made use of, than other human writings.
The Delaware General Corporation Law ( Title 8, Chapter 1 of the Delaware Code ) is the statute governing corporate law in the state of Delaware.
Chapter 4 then concludes with a summary of the topics discussed and with the benediction, followed by 5 ; 6: 1 – 10 teaching about the right use of their Christian freedom.
A new constitution came into force on 1 January 2009 which modernised the Chapter on fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual, embedding self-determination in the main body of the constitution.
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Chapter 8, is entitled `` On Magnetism '' and in it are included such remarks as, `` One has always been tempted to compare the magnetic forces with the electrical forces.
In the above mentioned report of the Notre Dame Chapter of the American Association of University Professors, the basic outlook of the new breed of lay faculty emerges very clearly in the very statement of the problem as the members see it: `` Even with the best of intentions he ( the President of the university ) is loath to delegate such authority and responsibility to a group the membership of which, considered ( as it must be by him ) in individual terms, is inhomogeneous, mortal and of extremely varying temperament, interests and capabilities.
In his commentary on Chapter 3 of the Brahma Sutras, Sivananda notes that karma is insentient and short-lived, and ceases to exist as soon as a deed is executed.
He declines to solve a case for the Home Secretary because he is retired in Chapter One of Peril at End House ( 1932 ).
The Eaglet is a character appearing in Chapter 2 and 3 of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, a reference to Edith Liddell, Alice's sister.
But there are smaller snippets of tradition preserved in the Historia Brittonum: in Chapter 31, we are told that Vortigern ruled in fear of Ambrosius ; later, in Chapter 66, various events are dated from a Battle of Guoloph ( often identified with Wallop, ESE of Amesbury near Salisbury ), which is said to have been between Ambrosius and Vitolinus ; lastly, in Chapter 48, it is said that Pascent, the son of Vortigern, was granted rule over the regions of Buellt and Gwrtheyrnion by Ambrosius.
" In Chapter 48 Ambrosius Aurelianus is described as " king among all the kings of the British nation ".
During combat, he is injured in his back, fatally ( Chapter 6 ) — the resulting wound is large enough for Paul to see Haie's breathing lung when Himmelstoss carries him to safety.
Chapter 17 of William Bates ' 1920 book Perfect Sight Without Glasses, in which the author argues that observation of the sun is beneficial to those with poor vision, includes a figure of somebody " Focussing the Rays of the Sun Upon the Eye of a Patient by Means of a Burning Glass.
* A baldric features prominently in Chapter 4 of Alexandre Dumas, père's The Three Musketeers, in which D ' Artagnan has his nearly-disastrous first encounters with Porthos ( who is wearing one ), Aramis, and Athos.
( A fourth, Elihu the Buzite ( Heb: Alieua ben Barakal the Buzite ), begins talking in Chapter 32 and plays a significant role in the dialogue, but his arrival is not described ).
After Elihu's speech ends with the last verse of Chapter 37, God appears and in the second verse of Chapter 38, God says, speaking of Job: “ Who is this that darkeneth counsel by words without knowledge?
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In May 1220 at Bologna the Order's first General Chapter mandated that each new priory of the Order maintain its own studium conventuale thus laying the foundation of the Dominican tradition of sponsoring widespread institutions of learning.
On December 1, 1874, Queen Esther Chapter No. 1 became the first Prince Hall Affiliate chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star when it was established in Washington, D. C. by Thornton Andrew Jackson.
* Chapter 5 prescribes prompt, ungrudging, and absolute obedience to the superior in all things lawful, " unhesitating obedience " being called the first degree, or step, of humility.
This is the night in which Muslims believe the first revelation of the Quran was sent down to Muhammad stating that this night was " better than one thousand months proper worship, as stated in Chapter 97: 3 of the Qu ' ran.
* Sigismund, a character from the Warhammer 40, 000 game series, First Captain of the Imperial Fists Legion and later founder and first High Marshall of the Black Templars Chapter
However, Sayers ' first reference to Le Fanu appears in an earlier Lord Peter Wimsey novel, The Nine Tailors ( 1934 ), where he is quoted directly ( from Wylder's Hand, in the opening to the seventh " part " of Chapter II and again in the opening to the second " part " of Chapter III ) and a mysterious letter is referred to ( first by Wimsey's valet, Mervyn Bunter ) as " written by a person of no inconsiderable literary ability, who had studied the works of Sheridan Lefanu and was, if I may be permitted the expression, bats in the belfry, my lord.
Chapter VI begins by saying the next three chapters will address possible objections to the theory, the first being that often no intermediate forms between closely related species are found, though the theory implies such forms must have existed.
Hall and Popkin defend Mill against this accusation pointing out that he begins Chapter Four by asserting that “ that questions of ultimate ends do not admit of proof, in the ordinary acceptation of the term ” and that this is “ common to all first principles .” According to Hall and Popkin, therefore, Mill does not attempt to “ establish that what people do desire is desirable but merely attempts to make the principles acceptable .” The type of “ proof ” Mill is offering " consists only of some considerations which, Mill thought, might induce an honest and reasonable man to accept utilitarianism ".
Chapter Seven: ' Hotwired-Publishing on the Web ' ( pp 300-308 ) ISBN 0-471-17187-5 </ ref > HotWired coined the term " banner ad " and was the first company to provide click through rate reports to its customers.
Hackers and computer scientists often like to call the first chapter of a publication " Chapter 0 ", especially if it is of an introductory nature.
* April 22 – The Lambda Chapter of the Joe Whelan Sorority, Incorporated ( the first chapter of a black sorority in New York State ) is chartered.
Chapter XIV describes the preparations with Wordsworth for their revolutionary collaboration Lyrical Ballads ( first edition 1798 ), for which Coleridge had contributed the more romantic, Gothic pieces including The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.
The concept of Pax Romana was first described by Edward Gibbon in Chapter Two of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.
Darwin used the term twice in the 1859 first edition of his work On the Origin of Species, in Chapter IV: Natural Selection, and in Chapter VI: Difficulties on Theory –