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In a historical or geopolitical sense the term usually refers collectively to Christian majority countries or countries in which Christianity dominates or was a territorial phenomenon .“ Christendom is originally a medieval concept steadily to have evolved since the fall of the Western Roman Empire and the gradual rise of the Papacy more in religio-temporal implication practically during and after the reign of Charlemagne ; and the concept let itself to be lulled in the minds of the staunch believers to the archetype of a holy religious space inhabited by Christians, blessed by God, the Heavenly Father, ruled by Christ through the Church and protected by the Spirit-body of Christ ; no wonder, this concept, as included the whole of Europe and then the expanding Christian territories on earth, strengthened the roots of Romance of the greatness of Christianity in the world .”
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He suggests that the Sangam legends are based on a historical " body of scholiasts and grammarians ' sits ' as a norm-giving, critical college of literary experts, and shifts its seat according to the geopolitical conditions of the Pantiyan kingdom.
historical and sense
The sense of relationship overreaches the historical truth that Shakespeare may have known next to nothing of the actual works of Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides.
Forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabit, as the Roman poet, Virgil, declared with much more historical sense than most writers of today.
According to the new theories, the nineteenth century corporate sovereign was `` sovereign '' in a quite new and different sense from his historical predecessors.
Most of us remember and think of the Wagner-Peyser Act in its historical sense, as a major milestone in the development of public placement services.
It combines qualities that are seldom found in one work: Scrupulous scholarship, a fund of personal experience, a sense of drama and characterization and a broad grasp of the era's great historical issues.
He " has a sense of identity, a sense of historical and religious tradition, a feeling of belonging to a concrete family, place, and region, which are psychologically and culturally beneficial.
In some expressions it retains this pan-American sense, but its usage has evolved over time and, for various historical reasons, the word came to denote people or things specifically from the United States of America.
Though the resolution is historically significant, Hideaki Uemura, professor at Keisen University in Tokyo and a specialist in indigenous peoples ' rights, commented that the motion is " weak in the sense of recognizing historical facts " as the Ainu were " forced " to become Japanese in the first place.
In the society in which it is told, a creation myth is usually regarded as conveying profound truths, metaphorically, symbolically and sometimes even in a historical or literal sense.
In that sense, not only is Kraepelin's significance historical, but contemporary psychiatric research is also heavily influenced by his work.
ESP is also sometimes casually referred to as a sixth sense, gut instinct or hunch, which are historical English idioms.
The city of Lille identifies itself as a part of historic Flanders, and thus as " Flemish " in the geographical and historical sense, and this is reflected, for instance, in the name of its local railway station TGV Lille-Flandres.
The pursuit of family history tends to be shaped by several motivations, including the desire to carve out a place for one's family in the larger historical picture, a sense of responsibility to preserve the past for future generations, and a sense of self-satisfaction in accurate storytelling.
It is filled with precisely the kind of shrill hyperbole that Finkelstein rightly deplores in much of the current media hype over the Holocaust ; it is brimming with the same indifference to historical facts, inner contradictions, strident politics and dubious contextualizations ; and it oozes with the same smug sense of moral and intellectual superiority.
The term is derived from the wider senses of the word historia in Latin and Italian, and essentially means " story painting ", rather than the painting of scenes from history in its narrower sense in modern English, for which the term historical painting may be used, especially for 19th century art.
Judeo-Christian ( also Abrahamism ) is a term used in a historical sense to refer to the connections between the precursors of Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism in the Second Temple period, especially in the United States.
The earliest use of the term " Judeo-Christian " in the historical sense dates to 1829 in the missionary journal of Joseph Wolff, and before that as " Judeo Christian " in a letter from Alexander M ' Caul dated October 17, 1821.
While these arts are based on historical traditions of folklore, they are not " historical " in the sense that they reconstruct or preserve a historical system from a specific era.
In a historical and political sense, the Main line is referred to as the northern border of Southern Germany, with its predominantly Catholic population.
historical and term
Anatolia ( from Greek — " east " or "( sun ) rise "; also Asia Minor, from " small Asia "; in modern ) is a geographic and historical term denoting the westernmost protrusion of Asia, comprising the majority of the Republic of Turkey.
Modern Armenia term means Republic of Armenia which occupies part of historical Armenia, whose ancient centers were in the valley of the Araks River and the region around Lake Van in Turkey.
Alternate history is related to but distinct from counterfactual history — the term used by some professional historians when using thoroughly researched and carefully reasoned speculations on " what might have happened if ..." as a tool of academic historical research.
A Goði or Gothi ( plural goðar ) is the historical Old Norse term for a priest and chieftain in Norse paganism.
The term is applied to a variety of brasses and the distinction is largely historical, both terms having a common antecedent in the term latten.
( The term " reenactment " is a common misnomer ; games are contested and not meant to recreate a specific historical event.
However, since " bronze " is a somewhat imprecise term, and historical pieces have variable compositions, in particular with an unclear boundary with brass, modern museum and scholarly descriptions of older objects increasingly use the more cautious and inclusive term " copper alloy " instead.
In 1988, Jesse Jackson urged Americans to use the term African-American because the term has a historical cultural base.
When used in a historical context, the term Boer may refer to an inhabitant of the Boer Republics as well as those who were cultural Boers.
In addition, there are several historical uses of the term that provide some background as to its meaning.
The distinctions also reflect an important and significant technical difference between memory and mass storage devices, which has been blurred by the historical usage of the term storage.
Columnist Andrew Cohen called Canada Day a term of " crushing banality " and criticized it as " a renunciation of the past a misreading of history, laden with political correctness and historical ignorance ".
In some historical cases the term machine carbine was the official title for sub-machine guns, such as the British Sten and Australian Owen guns.
In American law and constitutional studies, the term caste has been used to distinguish the social structure envisioned by founders of America with that of historical Europe.
The term often refers to a book written by a chronicler in the Middle Ages describing historical events in a country, or the lives of a nobleman or a clergyman, although it is also applied to a record of public events.
The term Eastern Danish is occasionally used for Bornholmian, but including the dialects of Scania ( particularly in a historical context ).
The term ' decorative arts ' is a traditional term used in historical discourses to describe craft objects, and also sits within the umbrella of Applied arts.
Some have seen it more as an aspiration, which has been successfully realised in the short term by commitment to the principles of subsidiarity and solidarity ( these being built into financially independent local cooperatives and small family businesses ), though proponents also cite such periods as the Middle Ages as examples of the historical long-term viability of distributism.
A ( ), ( collectively /, " the people of the dhimma ") is a historical term referring to non-Muslim citizens of an Islamic state.