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According and custom
According to Orthodox Jews too there are variations in Jewish custom from one part of the world to another.
According to Diskin Clay, Epicurus himself established a custom of celebrating his birthday annually with common meals, befitting his stature as hero ctistes ( or founding hero ) of the Garden.
According to Hume these beliefs were to be accepted nonetheless because of their profound basis in instinct and custom.
According to Strabo their territory was divided in accordance with custom, each tribe was further divided into cantons, each governed by a military aristocratic ruler whose title chief of the tribe gave him the powers of a King-Priest (' tetrarch ').
According to scholar Alan Dundes, who wrote extensively on the topic, the custom originated among Romani Gypsies in Wales ( Welsh Kale Gypsies ) and England ( English Romanichal Gypsies ).
According to Frankish custom, Louis had expected to share his inheritance with his brothers, Charles the Younger, King of Neustria, and Pepin, King of Italy.
According to Slavonic custom, a father was expected to divide his legacy among all his sons.
According to current Swazi law and custom, the monarch holds supreme executive, legislative, and judicial powers.
According to Jan Michiel Otto, Professor of Law and Governance in Developing Countries at Leiden University, " Anthropological research shows that people in local communities often do not distinguish clearly whether and to what extent their norms and practices are based on local tradition, tribal custom, or religion.
According to custom, all free Norse men were required to own weapons, as well as permitted to carry them all the time.
According to Strauss the beginning of philosophy involved the " discovery or invention of nature " and the " pre-philosophical equivalent of nature " was supplied by " such notions as ' custom ' or ' ways, which appear to be really universal in all times and places.
According to custom, he was named after the patron saint of the church.
According to custom, the young bride would continue to live with her parents until her husband started earning and could establish their household.
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, the etymology of the word can be traced back to the Old English word hlāford which originated from hlāfweard meaning ' bread keeper ' or ' loaf-ward ', reflecting the Germanic tribal custom of a chieftain providing food for his followers.
According to custom, the mistletoe must not touch the ground between its cutting and its removal as the last of Christmas greens at Candlemas ; it may remain hanging through the year, often to preserve the house from lightning or fire, until it is replaced the following Christmas Eve.
According to ancient Christmas custom, a man and a woman who meet under a hanging of mistletoe were obliged to kiss.
According to an interview with Bernard's trainer Bouie Fisher, prior to the fight members of Hopkins ' team visited the Trinidad dressing room in what is considered a normal boxing custom to watch the taping of Trinidad's hands before his gloves were placed on.
According to Worcester, it was " very much the custom with Gov.
According to Japanese custom, the solid ingredients are chosen to reflect the seasons and to provide contrasts of color, texture, and flavor.
According to the custom of the time, the continuator did not hesitate to interpolate Fordun's portion of the work, with additions of his own, and the whole history thus compiled is known as the Scotichronicon.
According to the custom of wealthy families of the time, after receiving basic instruction at home with private instructors including his parents, young Alberto was sent out alone to larger cities to do his secondary studies.
According to Burmese custom a person's age is their age upon their next birthday.
According to Singer, Aquinas held that conscience, or conscientia was an imperfect process of judgment applied to activity because knowledge of the natural law ( and all acts of natural virtue implicit therein ) was obscured in most people by education and custom that promoted selfishness rather than fellow-feeling ( Summa Theologiae, I – II, I ).
According to custom he married early, but he avoided intercourse with his wife ; she applied for a divorce, which he granted.

According and verses
According to Sunni tradition the following verses of the Qur ' an were revealed due to this:
According to normative Judaism, the verses in require that the months be determined by a proper court with the necessary authority to sanctify the months.
According to the documentary hypothesis, use of names of God indicates authorship, and form critics variously assign passages like Genesis chapter 26, verses 6-11 to the Yahwist source, and Genesis chapter 20 verses 1-7, chapter 21, verse 1 to chapter 22, verse 14 and chapter 22, verse 19 to the Elohist source ; this source-critical approach has admitted problems, in that the name " Yahweh " appears in Elohist material.
According to the Mahabharata itself, the tale is extended from a shorter version of 24, 000 verses called simply Bhārata.
According to Ahmad ibn Hanbal, these verses were followed to the letter at the times of Muhammad, when Jews and Christians, considered monotheists, were still allowed to the Masjid al-Haram.
According to Jewish tradition ( adopted by Christianity ) the Torah was dictated to Moses by God, with the exception of the last eight verses of Deuteronomy which describe the death and burial of Moses.
* According to Islamic belief, the archangel Gabriel first appears to Muhammad, reciting to him the first verses of surat Iqra ( al -` Alaq ), thus beginning the revelation of the Qur ' an ( approximate date ).
According to the King James version of the Holy Bible, from within The book of Mark, Chapter ( 5 ), verses ( 25 ) through ( 33 ) by experiential definition.
According to a legend, when Phidias was asked what inspired him — whether he climbed Mount Olympus to see Zeus, or whether Zeus came down from Olympus so that Pheidias could see him — the artist answered that he portrayed Zeus according to Book One, verses 528 – 530 of Homer's Iliad:
According to William R. Farmer, it is in many cases easy to see how Mark, if he had access to both Luke and Matthew, could have written the precise verses that he did.
According to an anonymous biographer of Aeschylus, the Athenians chose Simonides ahead of Aeschylus to be the author of an epigram honouring their war-dead at Marathon, which led the tragedian ( who had fought at the battle and whose brother had died there ) to withdraw sulking to the court of Hieron of Syracuse — the story is probably based on the inventions of comic dramatists but it is likely that Simonides did in fact write some kind of commemorative verses for the Athenian victory at Marathon.
According to Athenaeus, he was small, thin and surprisingly strong The Byzantine encyclopaedia Suda, recorded that he was expelled from Ephesus by the tyrants Athenagoras and Comas, then settled in Clazomenae, and that he wrote verses satirising Bupalis and Athenis because they made insulting likenesses of him.
According to the poem Vafþrúðnismál, verses 46 – 47:
According to an article about Graces from the University of Cambridge, a slightly different version of the Latin text of these verses is painted ( apparently as a decoration ) around Old Hall in Queens ' College, Cambridge, and is " commonly in use at other Cambridge colleges ".
According to Lennon, the inspiration for the first two verses was the death of Tara Browne, the 21-year-old heir to the Guinness fortune who had crashed his Lotus Elan on 18 December 1966 in Redcliffe Gardens, Earls Court.
According to one of Tchaikovsky's fellow students, Alexandr Rubets, Rubinstein would sometimes begin class by reading some verses, then assign them to be set for either solo voice or chorus, depending on the student's preference.
" According to this view, the verses were drinking songs in so far as the symposium was understood to be a microcosm of society, where multiple views were an aspect of adaptive behaviour by the embattled aristocracy, and where even eroticism had political symbolism: " As the polis envisaged by Theognis is degenerate, erotic relationships are filled with pain ..."
According to Philodemus, who presented it as a little-known fact, Tyrtaeus was honoured above others because of his music, not just his verses, Pollux stated that he introduced Spartans to three choruses based on age ( boys, young and old men ) and some modern scholars in fact argue that he composed his elegies in units of five couplets each, alternating between exhortation and reflection, in a kind of responsion similar to Greek choral poetry.
According to Bernard Lewis and other scholars, the earliest verses of the Quran were largely sympathetic to Jews.
According to Gerber, in numerous verses (; ; ; ;,, ; ) the Quran accuses Jews of altering the Scripture.
According to Ibn Bibi, in 618 / 1221 the Saljuq of Rum Ala ' al-Din Kay-kubad decorated the walls of Konya and Sivas with verses from the Shahnameh.
According to the Records of the Three Kingdoms, Cao Zhi could recite the Shi Jing, Analects and more than ten thousand verses worth of poems before he even turned twenty.
According to Islamic tradition contained in the hadith, Emperor Negus of Abyssinia and Byzantine Emperor Heraclius received letters from Muhammad containing verses from the Qur ' an.

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