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: The Original Version, Restored and Revised ( Second Printing 2007 ), which restored the book to its original content, with slight revisions, and added comprehensive end notes, an index, and an appendix.
* Conservative Judaism: Our Ancestors To Our Descendants ( Revised Edition ), Elliot N. Dorff, United Synagogue New York, 1996
* Coogan, Tim Pat, The IRA ( Fully Revised & Updated ), HarperCollins, London, 2000, ISBN 0-00-653155-5
* Simon Boccanegra, ( Revised Version ), 24 March 1881
Then we find Tabor ( Hosea 5: 1 ), Shechem ( Hosea 6: 9 the Revised Version ( British and American )), Gilgal and Bethel ( Hosea 4: 15, 9: 15, 10: 5, 10: 8, 10: 15, 12: 11 ).
* European Social Charter ( ESC ), and Revised Social Charter
As of version 9. 0 ( starting with the first test release after Alpha. 09 ), C-Kermit has an Open Source license, the Revised 3-Clause BSD License.
Notable translations of the New Testament based on these most recent critical editions include the Revised Standard Version ( 1946, revised in 1971 ), La Bible de Jérusalem ( 1961, revised in 1973 and 2000 ), the Einheitsübersetzung ( 1970, final edition 1979 ), the New American Bible ( 1970, revised in 1986 ), the Traduction Oecuménique de la Bible ( 1988, revised in 2004 ), and the New Revised Standard Version ( 1989 ).
In the English-speaking world, the Douay-Rheims Bible — translated from the Latin Vulgate by expatriate recusants in Rheims, France in 1582 ( New Testament ) and in Douai, France in 1609 ( Old Testament )— which was revised by Bishop Richard Challoner in 1749 – 1752 ( the 1750 revision is that which is printed today ), was, until the prompting for " new translations from the original languages " given by Pope Pius XII in the 1942 encyclical letter Divino afflante spiritu and the Second Vatican Council, the translation used by most Catholics ( after Divino afflante spiritu, translations multiplied in the Catholic world, just as they multiplied in the Protestant world around the same time beginning with the Revised Standard Version, with various other translations being used around the world for English-language liturgies, ranging from the New American Bible, the Jerusalem Bible, the Revised Standard Version Second Catholic Edition, and the upcoming English Standard Version Catholic lectionary ).
( 2nd Revised Edition 1986 ), R. Ernest Dupuy, and Trevor N. Dupuy.
This can be determined by using the Triage Revised Trauma Score ( TRTS ), a medically validated scoring system incorporated in some triage cards.
The Revised Version was finished in 1872 ( vocal score, 14 December 1871 ; full score 23 June 1872 ), and submitted to the Imperial Theatres in the autumn.
The majority of Orthodox Christians ( Russians, in particular ) follow the Julian Calendar in calculating their ecclesiastical feasts, but many ( including the Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Church of Greece ), while preserving the Julian calculation for feasts on the Paschal Cycle, have adopted the Revised Julian Calendar ( at present coinciding with the Gregorian Calendar ) to calculate those feasts which are fixed according to the calendar date.
( Old Style ), the celebration coincides with January 7 in the Revised Calendar.
* Revised Core Rulebook ( Star Wars Roleplaying Game ), 1st edition, 2002.

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According to the centimeter gram second system of units ( cgs ), the gauss is the unit of magnetic field B and the equivalent of esu / cm ^ 2, while the oersted is the unit of magnetizing field H. One tesla is equal to 10 < sup > 4 </ sup > gauss, and one ampere per meter is equal to 4π × 10 < sup >− 3 </ sup > oersted.
Larger amounts of smoke would produce larger climate changes, and for the 150 Teragrams ( Tg ) case produce a true nuclear winter ( 1 Tg is 10 ^ 12 grams ), making agriculture impossible for years.
where ΔP is the change in total pressure between the inlet and outlet ( in Pa ), and Q, the fluid flowrate is given in m ^ 3 / s.
^ Turman, PD ( 2001 ), " Situational Coaching Styles ," University of Northern Iowa, Iowa ^ " Coach Career Survey 2007 "
As a guideline, nekton are larger and tend to swim largely at biologically high Reynolds numbers (> 10 ^ 3 and up beyond 10 ^ 9 ), where inertial flows are the rule, and eddies ( vortices ) are easily shed.
This version also listed eight accents ( acute accent ( ´ ), grave accent ( ` ), circumflex ( ^ ), caron ( ˇ ), macron ( ¯ ), tilde ( ˜ ), trema ( ¨ ), and a superscript dot (˙) and nine punctuation marks (?
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These had an accuracy on the order of 1 part in 10 ^ 10 to better than 1 part in 10 ^ 12 ( depending upon type, e. g., rubidium, cesium, hydrogen ), or a drift of about 1 second in 30 million years.
# " Store-house consciousness " 藏識 ( Sanskrit: ālāyavijñāna ; Tibetan: kun-gzhi rnam-shes ), The seed consciousness 種子識 ( bi ^ ja-vijn ~ a ^ na ), " the consciousness which is the basis of the other seven " 本識.
It hosts the student organizations Spectrum ( formally SOUL ), Connecticut College Queer and Questioning ( CQ ^ 2 ), and the Campaign for Gender Identity Awareness ( CGIA ).

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Starting from Julian Date 2443144. 5 ( 1 January 1977 00: 00: 00 ), corrections were applied to the output of all participating clocks, so that TAI would correspond to proper time at mean sea level ( the geoid ).
In the left part there were four beads, which in the first row have unitary values ( 1, 2, 3, and 4 ), and in the right side there are three beads with values of 5, 10, and 15 respectively.
In contrast, the largest North American community north of the circle, Sisimiut ( Greenland ), has approximately 5, 000 inhabitants, while between Canada and the USA, Barrow, Alaska is the largest settlement with circa 4, 000 inhabitants.
The practical definition may lead to confusion with the definition of a coulomb ( i. e., 1 amp-second ), but in practical terms this means that measures of a constant current ( e. g., the nominal flow of charge per second through a simple circuit ) will be defined in amperes ( e. g., " a 20 mA circuit ") and the flow of charge through a circuit over a period of time will be defined in coulombs ( e. g., " a variable-current circuit that flows a total of 10 coulombs over 5 seconds ").
A rare exception to the dominance of α-amino acids in biology is the β-amino acid beta alanine ( 3-aminopropanoic acid ), which is used in plants and microorganisms in the synthesis of pantothenic acid ( vitamin B < sub > 5 </ sub >), a component of coenzyme A.
Thus at Mobile the annual mean is 67 ° F ( 19 ° C ), the mean for the summer 81 ° F ( 27 ° C ), and for the winter 52 ° F ( 11 ° C ); and at Valley Head, in De Kalb county, the annual mean is 59 ° F ( 15 ° C ), the mean for the summer 75 ° F ( 24 ° C ), and for the winter 41 ° F ( 5 ° C ).
In 1981, Parsons, Woolfson and their record label Arista, were stalled in contract renegotiations when on 5 March the two submitted an all-instrumental atonal album tentatively titled ' The Sicilian Defence ' ( the name of an aggressive opening move in chess ), arguably to get out of their recording contract.
This is seen in, for example, phenol ( C < sub > 6 </ sub > H < sub > 5 </ sub >- OH ), which is acidic at the hydroxyl ( OH ), since a charge on this oxygen ( alkoxide-O < sup >–</ sup >) is partially delocalized into the benzene ring.
Historiography in the Twentieth Century: From Scientific Objectivity to the Postmodern Challenge ( 1997 ), ch. 5
Even though the parentheses were rearranged ( the left side requires adding 5 and 2 first, then adding 1 to the result, whereas the right side requires adding 2 and 1 first, then 5 ), the value of the expression was not altered.
ROM 807, the holotype of A. arctunguis ( now referred to A. sarcophagus ), had a 2. 5 by 3. 5 cm deep hole in the iliac blade, although the describer of the species did not recognize this as pathological.
The largest species are red alder ( A. rubra ) on the west coast of North America, and black alder ( A. glutinosa ), native to most of Europe and widely introduced elsewhere, both reaching over 30 m. By contrast, the widespread Alnus viridis ( green alder ) is rarely more than a 5 m tall shrub.
Abner is only referred to incidentally in Saul's history ( 1 Samuel 17: 55, 26: 5 ), and is not mentioned in the account of the disastrous battle of Gilboa when Saul's power was crushed.
Soon after Abner's death, Ish-bosheth was assassinated as he slept ( 2 Samuel 4 ), and David became king of the reunited kingdoms ( 2 Samuel 5 ).
( 2004 ), two out of a sample of sixteen ( or 12. 5 %) Ainu men have been found to belong to Haplogroup C3, which is the most common Y-chromosome haplogroup among the indigenous populations of the Russian Far East and Mongolia.
To determine palatability, different levels of amaranth grain flour were mixed with the wheat flour and baking ingredients ( 1 % salt, 2. 5 % fat, 1. 5 % yeast, 10 % sugar and 52 – 74 % water ), fermented, molded, pan-proved and baked.
Alexander Jagellon never felt at home in Poland, and bestowed his favor principally upon his fellow Lithuanians, the most notable of whom was the wealthy Lithuanian magnate Michael Glinski, who justified his master's confidence by his great victory over the Tatars at Kleck ( 5 August 1506 ), news of which was brought to Alexander on his deathbed in Vilnius.
o Bolonhês ), King of Portugal ( 5 May 1210 in Coimbra – 16 February 1279 in Alcobaça, Coimbra or Lisbon ) was the first to use the title King of Portugal and the Algarve, from 1249.

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