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According to the OED, John Paul Scott coined the word " sociobiology " at a 1946 conference on genetics and social behaviour, and became widely used after it was popularized by Edward O. Wilson in his 1975 book, Sociobiology: The New Synthesis.
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According to the publishers, it would take a single person 120 years to " key in " text to convert it to machine readable form which consists a total of 59 million words of the OED second edition, 60 years to proofread it, and 540 megabytes to store it electronically.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary ( OED ), the word comes ultimately from Greek (, " accent of ' turning away ', or elision "), through Latin and French.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary ( OED ), the term bumblebee was first recorded as having been used in the English language in the 1530 work Lesclarcissement by John Palsgrave, " I bomme, as a bombyll bee dothe.
According to the OED, the word is first attested in 1926, defined in the Wise-Crack Dictionary by Main and Grant as " a device used for making a fair game crooked ".
According to the Oxford English Dictionary ( OED ), the first recorded use in the English language of the term " nore " (" north ") in association with the points of the compass and wind direction was by Dekker in 1612: " How blowes the winde Syr?
According to the OED, the first recorded use of the term " nor ' easter " occurs in 1836 in a translation of Aristophanes.
According to the OED ( 2nd edition, 1989 ), whom is " no longer current in natural colloquial speech ".
According to the OED, " In English the form hurrah is literary and dignified ; hooray is usual in popular acclamation.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary ( OED ), the term " redskin " came from the reddish skin color of some Native Americans, as in the terms red Indian and red man.
According to scholar Elizabeth Knowles, who studied the Murray-Hall correspondence in the OED archives, Hall spent ' four hours a day ... on proofs ' and that ' for much of the rest of the time, he was reading for vocabulary '.
According to the Online Etymology Dictionary ( OED ) the etymology of the words that make up the phrase " information infrastructure " are as follows:
According to OED, the first recorded usage of the term in English was found in a letter by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu dated 1718.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the name derives from the seat " partly resembling a bucket in shape ".< ref name =" OED "> bucket, n .< sup > 1 </ sup >.
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According to Friends, the unit was organized by John Snook, a former World War 2, commando who is vice president and general manager of the telephone company.
According to the Dictionary of American Hymnology, " Amazing Grace " is John Newton's spiritual autobiography in verse.
According to the medieval chronicler John of Worcester, Ealdred was given the see of Ramsbury to administer while Herman remained outside England.
According to John T. Townsend, " it is not before the last decades of the second century that one finds undisputed traces of the work.
According to John J. Collins in his 1993 commentary, Daniel, Hermeneia Commentary, the Aramaic in Daniel is of a later form than that used in the Samaria correspondence, but slightly earlier than the form used in the Dead Sea Scrolls, meaning that the Aramaic chapters 2-6 may have been written earlier in the Hellenistic period than the rest of the book, with the vision in chapter 7 being the only Aramaic portion dating to the time of Antiochus.
According to Hippolytus of Rome, John Mark is not Mark the Cousin of Barnabas, and Barnabas did not dispute with Paul because of personal favor to a blood relative, but due to his character as his nickname Barnabas (" Son of Encouragement ") indicates.
According to David Steel, curator of European art at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Erin Jones " brought that museum into the modern era ," employing " a top-notch curator, John Nolan ," and following " best practices in conservation and restoration.
According to John Gillespie, a former investment banker and co-author of a book critical of boards,: " Far too much of their time has been for check-the-box and cover-your-behind activities rather than real monitoring of executives and providing strategic advice on behalf of shareholders ".
According to Lycophron's Alexandra ( 808 ) and John Tzetzes ' scholia on the poem ( 795-808 ), however, Circe used magical herbs to bring Odysseus back to life after he had been killed by Telegonus.
According to Partridge ( 1972: 12 ), it dates from around 1840 and arose in the East End of London, however John Camden Hotten in his 1859 Dictionary of Modern Slang, Cant and Vulgar Words states that ( English ) rhyming slang originated " about twelve or fifteen years ago " ( i. e. in the 1840s ) with ' chaunters ' and ' patterers ' in the Seven Dials area of London.
According to scholars including Neil Forsyth and John L. McKenzie, the Old Testament incorporates stories, or fragments of stories, from extra-biblical mythology.
According to a 1965 deposition by Fausto Rodriguez, the Cuba Libre was first mixed at a Cuban bar in August 1900 by a member of the U. S. Signal Corps, referred to as " John Doe ".
According to US President John Adams, Ponet's work contained " all the essential principles of liberty, which were afterward dilated on by Sidney and Locke ", including the idea of a three-branched government.
According to the church historian Eusebius, the Quartodeciman Polycarp ( bishop of Smyrna, by tradition a disciple of John the Evangelist ) debated the question with Anicetus ( bishop of Rome ).
According to economist John Quiggin, the standard features of " economic fundamentalist rhetoric " are " dogmatic " assertions and the claim that anyone who holds contrary views is not a real economist.
According to Philip Schaff, " To the Greek acts was afterwards added a ( pretended ) letter of Pope John VIII.
According to David Biello and John Pavlus in Scientific American, Singer is best known for his denial of the health risks of passive smoking.
" According to writer Philip Norman, when Groucho jokingly pointed his index fingers as if holding a pair of six-shooters, Elton John put up his hands and said, " Don't shoot me, I'm only the piano player ," thereby naming the album he had just completed.
The Gospel According to John ( Greek τὸ κατὰ Ἰωάννην εὐαγγέλιον ), commonly referred to as the Gospel of John or simply John and often referred to in New Testament scholarship as the Fourth Gospel, is an account of the public ministry of Jesus.
According to the Church Fathers, the Bishops of Asia Minor requested John, in his old age, to write a gospel in response to Cerinthus, the Ebionites and other Hebrew groups which they deemed heretical.
According to scholar Ronald Cameron, it was originally composed some time between the middle of the 1st century and early in the 2nd century, and it was probably written shortly before the Gospel of John.
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According to the majority viewpoint, Acts describes Paul differently from how he describes himself, both factually and theologically.
According to Paul the Apostle, marriage is a social obligation that has the potential of distracting from Christ.
According to Christian theologian Alister McGrath, the Jewish Christians affirmed every aspect of then contemporary Second Temple Judaism with the addition of the belief that Jesus was the messiah, with Isaiah 49: 6, " an explicit parallel to 42: 6 " quoted by Paul in Acts 13: 47 and reinterpreted by Justin the Martyr.
According to Christian writers, most notably Paul, the Bible teaches that people are, in their current state, sinful, and the New Testament reveals that Jesus is both the Son of man and the Son of God, united in the hypostatic union, God the Son, God made incarnate ; that Jesus ' death by crucifixion was a sacrifice to atone for all humanity's sins, and that acceptance of Jesus as Savior and Lord saves one from Divine Judgment, giving Eternal life.
According to tradition, Saul / Paul of Tarsus wrote this letter while he was in prison in Rome ( around AD 62 ).
According to Acts, Paul spent better than two years in Ephesus and was emotionally attached to the believers there.
According to Metzer it was written in the 50s while Paul was in prison, Colossians is similar to Ephesians, also written at this time.
The following arguments have been based on the content: ( 1 ) It is perceived to be theologically incompatible with Paul's other epistles: elsewhere Paul attributed Jesus's death to the " rulers of this age " ( 1 Cor 2: 8 ) rather than to the Jews, and elsewhere Paul writes that the Jews have not been abandoned by God for " all Israel will be saved " ( Rom 11: 26 ); According to 1 Thes 1: 10, the wrath of God is still to come, it is not something that has already shown itself ( 2 ) There were no extensive historical persecutions of Christians by Jews in Palestine prior to the first Jewish war ( 3 ) The use of the concept of imitation in 1 Thes.
According to Irenaeus, a 2nd century Church Father, the church at Rome was founded directly by the apostles Peter and Paul.
According to Linehan, Father Ted was a character created by Mathews for Paul Woodfull, when the three men performed together as The Joshua Trio on the comedy circuit in Ireland.
According to Acts of the Apostles, Paul founded the church in Corinth ( Acts 18: 1 – 17 ), then spent approximately three years in Ephesus ( Acts 19: 8, 19: 10, 20: 31 ).
According to Paul Williams, " the deep-rooted misconception concerning an unfailing, ubiquitous fierce criticism of the Lesser Vehicle by the is not supported by our texts.
According to Paul VI, married love takes its origin from God, who " is love ", and from this basic dignity, he defines his position:
According to George Weigel's biography of John Paul II, Paul VI named Archbishop Karol Wojtyła ( later Pope John Paul II ) to the commission.
According to John L. Allen, Jr., " In addition, three decades of bishops ’ appointments by John Paul II and Benedict XVI, both unambiguously committed to “ Humanae Vitae ,” mean that senior leaders in Catholicism these days are far less inclined than they were in 1968 to distance themselves from the ban on birth control, or to soft-pedal it.
" According to Allen "... it is reasonable to assume that John Paul I would not have insisted upon the negative judgment in Humanae Vitae as aggressively and publicly as John Paul II did, and probably would not have treated it as a quasi-infallible teaching.
According to Church tradition, it was under Nero's persecution that Peter and Paul were each martyred in Rome.
According to Paul the Deacon's 8th century work Historia Langobardorum, the Langobards migrated southward from Scandinavia led by Ibur and Aio, while Saxo Grammaticus records in his 12th-century work Gesta Danorum that this migration was prompted by Aggi and Ebbi.