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One of the relevant Bible passages is John 1: 1-18 where, in the Trinitarian view, Christ is identified with a pre-existent divine hypostasis called the Logos or Word.
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One of Louis ' original plans had been to leave the kingdom of Poland to Mary, whose marriage with Sigismund was more relevant to this end as Sigismund was an heir in his own right to Poland and was intended to inherit Brandenburg, which was nearer to Poland than to Hungary.
One of the first relevant successful covers was Wynonie Harris's transformation of Roy Brown's 1947 original jump blues hit " Good Rocking Tonight " into a more showy rocker and the Louis Prima rocker " Oh Babe " in 1950, as well as Amos Milburn's cover of what may have been the first white rock and roll record, Hardrock Gunter's " Birmingham Bounce " in 1949.
One can explicitly construct the spinors, and then examine how they behave under the action of the relevant Lie groups.
The tagline changes in specific episodes to other X-Files slogans that are relevant to that episode, such as " Trust No One " in " The Erlenmeyer Flask ", " Everything Dies " in " Herrenvolk ", and " They're Watching " in " Trust No 1 ".
One possibility “ involves supposing that the ' morality ' of the act is one thing, probably to do with the praiseworthiness or blameworthiness of the agent, and its rightness or wrongness another .” Jonathan Dancy rejects this interpretation on the grounds that Mill is explicitly making intention relevant to an assessment of the act not to an assessment of the agent.
One could search the directory to find servers that might have content relevant to a specific field of interest.
" The pre-empted shows were parodies of current TV shows ( e. g. The A-Team Makes One Cup of Coffee Last Five Hours, " Hanging Out " or " Malls ", 1984 ), movies ( e. g. Top Gun Gets Put on Latrine-Cleaning Duty, " Discipline ", 1986 ), or other pop culture icons ( e. g. Boy George Without Make-up, " Halloween ", 1984 ), and were often relevant to the theme of the current episode ( e. g. the pre-empted show for " Safety " ( 1981 ) was Hit and Run on Sesame Street ).
One of the more recent definitions of leadership comes from Werner Erhard, Michael C. Jensen, Steve Zaffron, and Kari Granger who describe leadership as “ an exercise in language that results in the realization of a future that wasn ’ t going to happen anyway, which future fulfills ( or contributes to fulfilling ) the concerns of the relevant parties …”.
One relevant type of conditioning is positive reinforcement ( i. e. additive ) where a behavior becomes more frequent because of an increase in a rewarding or desirable consequence.
One can intuitively understand overfitting from the fact that information from all past experience can be divided into two groups: information that is relevant for the future and irrelevant information (“ noise ”).
" One particularly talkative cultist, known as " old Castro ", named the centre of the cult as Irem, the City of Pillars, in Arabia, and referenced a relevant passage in the text the Necronomicon: " That is not dead which can eternal lie, And with strange aeons even death may die ".
One cannot take every field specimen to the genomics laboratory for analysis, especially considering that an appropriately qualified field worker can recognise most relevant organisms on sight on the basis of external appearance, or with the help of a dissecting microscope or similarly undemanding equipment.
One can construct a model of a system by observing correlations between all the relevant properties ( e. g. The output of a NAND gate relative to its inputs ).
The International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems ( ICD-10 ) of the World Health Organization ( WHO ), includes two relevant entries: One is “ Excessive Sexual Drive ” ( coded F52. 8 ), which is divided into satyriasis for males and nymphomania for females.
One of the few rational critics, British champion William Winter, thought that there were too many strong pieces, making the minor pieces less relevant.
One important factor for sibling detection, especially relevant for older siblings, is that if an infant and one's mother are seen to care for the infant, then the infant and oneself are assumed to be related.
One must also look at the student's world to ensure success relevant to their own realm of accomplishment.
One simple and popular communications method is called the weekly reporting method: every employee composes an e-mail report, once a week, including information on their activities in the preceding week, their plans for the following week, and any other information deemed relevant to the larger group, bearing in mind length considerations.
In Hebrew, the root of the word ( usually in a three or occasionally four letter format ), and depending on the vowels that are used, has several meanings ( that are relevant to the general meaning of the word Shalom ); as for example: One meaning is " Whole ", another could be the actual verb " Pay " usually in command form.
One theory of axions relevant to cosmology had predicted that they would have no electric charge, a very small mass in the range from 10 < sup >− 6 </ sup > to, and very low interaction cross-sections for strong and weak forces.
One relevant documentary is The Corporation, the history of organizations and their growth in power is discussed.
One such study reviews results from experiments that indicate that long-lasting changes in synaptic strengths can be induced by physiologically relevant synaptic activity working through both Hebbian and non-Hebbian mechanisms
One and Bible
One is impressed with the dignity, clarity and beauty of this new translation into contemporary English, and there is no doubt that the meaning of the Bible is more easily understandable to the general reader in contemporary language in the frequently archaic words and phrases of the King James.
According to the World English Bible translation, Titus 1: 12-13 reads ( in part ) " One of them, a prophet of their own, said, ' Cretans are always liars, evil beasts, and idle gluttons.
One approach, the regulative principle of worship, favoured by many Zwinglians, Calvinists and some radical reformers, considered anything that was not directly authorised by the Bible to be a novel and Catholic introduction to worship, which was to be rejected.
One of the earliest known references to what served the major role of a passport is found in the Hebrew Bible.
Modalists note that the only number ascribed to God in the Holy Bible is One and that there is no inherent threeness ascribed to God explicitly in scripture.
One of the earliest taxes mentioned in the Bible of a half-shekel per annum from each adult Jew ( Ex.
One of the few star groups mentioned in the Bible ( Job 9: 9 ; 38: 32 ; — Orion and the Pleiades being others ), Ursa Major was also pictured as a bear by the Jewish peoples.
One critic ( Welsh's personal friend Kevin Williamson ) went so far as to say that Trainspotting " deserves to sell more copies than The Bible ".
One of the primary manifestations of this was the Puritan movement, which sought to " purify " the existing Church of England of its many residual Catholic rites that they believed had no mention in the Bible.
Johnson did not swear on a Bible, as there were none on Air Force One ; a Roman Catholic missal was found in Kennedy's desk and was used for the swearing-in ceremony.
The Daughters of Zelophehad ( illustration from the 1908 Bible and Its Story Taught by One Thousand Picture Lessons )
The word for Tabernacle, mishkan, is a derivative of the same root and is used in the sense of dwelling-place in the Bible, e. g. Psalm 132: 5 (" Before I find a place for God, mishkanot ( dwelling-places ) for the Strong One of Israel.
One root was Dispensationalism, a new interpretation of the Bible developed in the 1830s in England.
One reviewer from The New York Times called the book " a remarkable volume " and compared Patchen's work to Walt Whitman, Hart Crane, D. H. Lawrence, and even to the Bible.
One conception is of eternal suffering and denial of entrance to heaven, often described in the Bible as burning in a Lake of Fire.
One of the two New Tribes Bible Institute campuses within the United States is located on a large hill in central Waukesha.
One example is Easton's Bible Dictionary ( 1897 ) digitized by the Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
One of the defining features of the local churches is their interpretation of the Bible refers only to churches as being defined by their locality and that the Christians in a city or locality are members of the church in the locality in which they reside.
The Oxford Bible Commentary states that it may be word-play on the use of " nazirite ," " Holy One of God ," in Isaiah 4: 3, meant to identify Jesus with the Nazoreans, a
One example of this was the hosting, by Abilene Christian University ( also founded in 1906 ), of the annual Restoration Unity Forum for 2006, as part of ACU's annual Bible Lectureship.
One of the chief works undertaken in the early years of the College was the preparation under Allen's direction of the well-known Douai Bible.
* Baker, David L., Two Testaments, One Bible ( second edn ; Leicester: Inter-Varsity, 1991 ): pp. 35, 48-52.
One proposal to resolve this difficulty holds that the account of Ai's conquest in the Book of Joshua is not meant to be historical, but etiological ; that is, the writers of the Bible noted the presence of a great, impressive local ruin ( the remains of the Early Bronze city ) and sought to explain this destruction in terms of a legendary ancestor.