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Chapter 14 of the Book of Isaiah refers to what Jewish exegesis of the prophetic vision of Isaiah 14: 12-15 identifies as King Nebuchadnezzar II ; the Hebrew word says " Helel ben Shaḥar " (" the shining one, son of the morning ").
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* Folio 10 recto: Elephant ( Elephans ) ( Isidore of Seville, Etymologiae, Book XII, ii, 14 ; Physiologus, Chapter 43 ; Ambrose, Hexaemeron, Book VI, 35 ; Solinus, Collectanea rerum memorabilium, xxv, 1-7 )
In Chapter 14, the prophet urges Israel to seek forgiveness, and promises its restoration, while urging the utmost fidelity to God.
In 1823 the French sinologist Jean-Pierre-Abel Rémusat suggested a relationship between Abrahamic faiths and Taoism ; he held that Yahweh was signified by three words in Chapter 14 ; yi ( 夷 " calm ; level ; barbarian "), xi ( 希 " rare ; indiscernible ; hope "), and wei ( 微 " tiny, small ; obscure ").
Wilhelm Schneemelcher's standard work, New Testament Apocrypha ( Chapter 14 Apostolic Pseudepigrapha ) includes a section on the Latin Epistle to the Laodiceans and a translation of the Latin text.
Power and Choice: An Introduction to Political Science — Chapter 14 Example: Parliamentary Government in India.
Jerzy Kosiński (; June 14, 1933 – May 3, 1991 ), born Józef Lewinkopf, was an award-winning Polish American novelist, and two-time President of the American Chapter of P. E. N.
Jonah is mentioned twice in Chapter 14 of the apocryphal Book of Tobit, the conclusion of which finds Tobit's son, Tobias, at the extreme age of one hundred and twenty seven years, rejoicing at the news of Nineveh's destruction by Nebuchadnezzar and Ahasuerus in apparent fulfillment of Jonah's prophecy against the Assyrian capital.
* Swedenborg, E. The Consummation of the Age ; the Coming of the Lord ; and the New Heaven and New Church, Chapter 14 in The True Christian Religion Containing the Universal Theology of The New Church Foretold by the Lord in Daniel 7 ; 13, 14 ; and in Revelation 21 ; 1, 2 ( Swedenborg Foundation 1952 )
To date, the band has recorded seven studio albums: Tormented ( 1996 ), Dysfunction ( 1999 ), Break the Cycle ( 2001 ), 14 Shades of Grey ( 2003 ), Chapter V ( 2005 ), The Illusion of Progress ( 2008 ), and their self-titled album ( 2011 ).
* Andrew Lang, Psychanalyse-paris. com, " Science and ' Miracles '", The Making of Religion Chapter II, Longmans, Green, and Co., London, New York and Bombay, 1900, pp. 14 – 38.
* Robert A. Heinlein named a spaceship after him in his 1957 novel Citizen of the Galaxy, a ' Free Trader ' ship called the Norbert Wiener mentioned in Chapter 14.
Vale of Siddim or Valley of Siddim (" Salt Sea ", " sea of the Arabah ", " east sea ", Arabic: Bahr Lut ( the Sea of Lut ), " Lake Asphaltitus ", " Dead Sea ") is a Hebrew Bible place name mentioned in the Book of Genesis Chapter 14.
December 14, Borders UK converted to liquidation ( which is equivalent to Chapter 7 in the US ) and announced it was going out of business.
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F. Rahman, Avicenna's Psychology: An English Translation of Kitab al-Najat, Book II, Chapter VI with Historical-philosophical Notes and Textual Improvements on the Cairo Edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1952.
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.
* Folio 7 recto: Lion ( Leo ) ( Physiologus, Chapter 1 ; Isidore of Seville, Etymologiae, Book XII, ii, 3-6 )
* Folio 9 recto: Panther ( Panther ) ( Physiologus, Chapter 16 ; Isidore of Seville, Etymologiae, Book XII, ii, 8-9 )
* Folio 23 verso: Weasel ( Mustela ) ( Isidore of Seville, Etymologiae, Book XII, iii, 2 ; Physiologus, Chapter 21 )
His comparative approach is obvious in the following excerpt from Chapter III of Book I of what many consider to be his masterpiece, De l ' esprit des lois:
Also, in Chapter XI ( entitled ' How to compare two different Systems of Laws ') of Book XXIX he advises that " to determine which of those systems the French and English systems for the punishment of false witnesses is most agreeable to reason, we must take them each as a whole and compare them in their entirety.
" Yet another excerpt where Montesqieu's comparative approach is evident is the following one from Chapter XIII of Book XXIX:
The instructions for its use can be found in the fictitious Book of Armaments, Chapter 2, verses 9-21, parodying the King James Bible and the Athanasian Creed