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Most of our knowledge of classical literature now derives from copies made in the scriptoria of Charlemagne.
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Most of our working days were spent on the telephone calling `` bookies '', illegal gambling dens, a certain `` residential club for young actresses '', more than a hundred different bars or the steam room of the athletic club.
Most of our information about him is derived from Herodotus ( 2. 161ff ) and can only be imperfectly verified by monumental evidence.
" Most tellingly, Pirckheimer wrote in a letter to Johann Tscherte in 1530: " I confess that in the beginning I believed in Luther, like our Albert of blessed memory ... but as anyone can see, the situation has become worse.
Most of the substances we encounter in our daily life are some kind of mixture ; for example: air, alloys, biomass, etc.
Most Protestants reject the doctrine of Purgatory on the basis that, according to the Protestant interpretation of Scripture, Christ has already made full atonement for our sins on the cross, thereby removing all obstacles which prevent us from coming directly into the presence of God after death.
Most of these islands are small, they are separated by narrow channels, and for nearly a hundred years hermits lived there, coming from our land, Ireland, by boat.
Most of its releases begin with these stories then add background material to explain the settings ( often as alternate worlds whose history diverges from our own ), adventures, and other game material.
Most English personal pronouns have five forms ; in addition to the nominative and oblique case forms, the possessive case has both a determiner form ( such as my, our ) and a distinct independent form ( such as mine, ours ) ( with the exceptions that these are not distinct for the third person singular masculine car, it is his and that the third person singular neuter it does not have the possessive independent form ); and they have a distinct reflexive or intensive form ( such as myself, ourselves ).
Most of our knowledge of ancient Hebrew medicine during the 1st millennium BC comes from the Torah, i. e. the Five Books of Moses, which contain various health related laws and rituals, such as isolating infected people ( Leviticus 13: 45-46 ), washing after handling a dead body ( Numbers 19: 11-19 ) and burying excrement away from camp ( Deuteronomy 23: 12-13 ).
Most of our knowledge of ancient Hebrew medicine during the 1st millennium BC comes from the Torah, i. e. the Five Books of Moses, which contain various health related laws and rituals.
Most meteorites date from the oldest times in the solar system and are by far the oldest material available on our planet.
Most of the superhumans in Marvel's Earth owe their powers to the Celestials, cosmic entities who visited Earth millions of years ago and experimented on our prehistoric ancestors ( a process they also carried out on several other planets ).
To this end, Gould later commented that " Most of our paleontological colleagues missed this insight because they had not studied evolutionary theory and either did not know about allopatric speciation or had not considered its translation to geological time.
The result of us relying and living our life according to our own understanding is that, from that moment ( the eating of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil ) on, we are to rationally consider what to believe and filter with our natural understanding, rather than accepting what is good directly in our will, which was depicted of the Most Ancient people by Adam.
# Most of all, a reason which is peculiarly appropriate and presents the difficulty that is felt by everybody-not only number but also mathematical magnitudes and what is outside the heaven are supposed to be infinite because they never give out in our thought.
Most planets in our solar system, including Earth, spin in the same direction as they orbit the Sun.
In an accompanying explanatory treatise, Luculentissima quaedam terrae totius descriptio (“ A Most Lucid Description of All Lands ”), he explained: “ The Portuguese, thus, sailed around this region, the Brasilie Regio, and discovered the passage very similar to that of our Europe ( where we reside ) and situated laterally between east and west.
Most and knowledge
Most of Bede's informants for information after Augustine's mission came from the eastern part of Britain, leaving significant gaps in the knowledge of the western areas, which were those areas likely to have a native Briton presence.
Most in cognitive science, however, presumably do not believe their field is the study of anything as certain as the knowledge sought by Plato.
Most undergraduate programs emphasize mathematics and physics as well as chemistry, partly because chemistry is also known as " the central science ", thus chemists ought to have a well-rounded knowledge about science.
Most scholars believe that Cyril was born and brought up in Caesarea of Palestine but some say he may have been born in Jerusalem because of his early knowledge of the city's layout, but this could have been attributed to research or information he learned after moving there to become bishop.
Most established scientific knowledge is supported by a convergence of evidence: if not, the evidence is comparatively weak, and there will not likely be a strong scientific consensus.
Most scholars hold that Ezra lived during the rule of Artaxerxes I, though some have difficulties with this assumption: Nehemiah and Ezra " seem to have no knowledge of each other ; their missions do not overlap ; and no reflection of Ezra's activity appears in Jerusalem of Nehemiah.
Most knowledge about nuclear weapon urban blast destruction originates from studies of Little Boy at Hiroshima.
* Most moral epistemologies, of course, posit that moral knowledge is somehow possible, as opposed to moral skepticism.
Most reliabilists maintain that a belief can be justified, or can constitute knowledge, even if the believer does not know about or understand the process that makes the belief reliable.
Most scientists are empirical skeptics, who admit the possibility of knowledge based on evidence, but hold that new evidence may always overturn these findings.
Most of these are slight differences in the wording of the prayers ; for instance, Oriental Sephardic and some Hasidic prayer books state " חננו מאתך חכמה בינה ודעת ", " Graciously bestow upon us from You wisdom ( ḥochmah ), understanding ( binah ) and knowledge ( daat )", in allusion to the Kabbalistic sefirot of those names, while the Nusach Ashkenaz, as well as Western Sephardic and other Hasidic versions retain the older wording " חננו מאתך דעה בינה והשכל ", " Graciously bestow upon us from You knowledge, understanding, and reason ".
Most professional garden designers are trained in principles of design and in horticulture, and have an expert knowledge and experience of using plants.
Most of these were with the full knowledge of Alexandra, who later permitted Alice Keppel to visit the King as he lay dying.
Most scholars believe that he never taught at Magnaura or at any other university ; Vasileios N. Tatakes asserts that, even while he was patriarch, Photios taught " young students passionately eager for knowledge " at his home, which " was a center of learning ".
Most were trained under apprenticeships and were expected to have a basic knowledge of Latin, ritual and doctrine.
Balaam had the knowledge of the Most Sacred Name of God, and whatever he asked of God was granted to him.