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Some of the descriptive passages of the biblical countryside are lush and beautifully written, but they seem superfluous – Technicolor glosses.
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Some and descriptive
Some authorities see in the name " Druze " a descriptive epithet, derived from Arabic dâresah (" those who study ").
Some philosophers rely on descriptive ethics and choices made and unchallenged by a society or culture to derive categories, which typically vary by context.
Some scholars take the term kenning broadly to include any noun-substitute consisting of two or more elements, including merely descriptive epithets ( such as Old Norse grand viðar “ bane of wood ” = “ fire ” ( Snorri Sturluson: Skáldskaparmál 36 )), while others would restrict it to metaphorical instances ( such as Old Norse sól húsanna “ sun of the houses ” = “ fire ” ( Snorri Sturluson: Skáldskaparmál 36 )), specifically those where “ he base-word identifies the referent with something which it is not, except in a specially conceived relation which the poet imagines between it and the sense of the limiting element '” ( Brodeur ( 1959 ) pp. 248 – 253 ).
Some subfields of modern phonology have a crossover with phonetics in descriptive disciplines such as psycholinguistics and speech perception, resulting in specific areas like articulatory phonology or laboratory phonology.
Some authorities do accept them as descriptive of male falsettists, although this view is subject to controversy ; they would reserve the term " countertenor " for men who, like Russell Oberlin, achieve a soprano range voice with little or no falsetto, equating it with haute-contre and the Italian tenor altino.
Some scholars propose that the names of the valkyries themselves contain no individuality, but are rather descriptive of the traits and nature of war-goddesses, and are possibly the descriptive creations of skalds.
Some critics have argued that research based on ANT perspectives remains entirely descriptive and fails to provide explanations for social processes.
Some published standards only use those more descriptive terms and may never refer to these various lumber components as cleats.
Some decision analysts, in turn, argue that their approach is prescriptive, providing a prescription of what actions to take based on sound logic, rather than a descriptive approach, describing the flaws in the way people do make decisions.
Some labels used to denote classes of CPU architectures are not particularly descriptive, especially so the CISC label ; many early designs retroactively denoted " CISC " are in fact significantly simpler than modern RISC processors ( in several respects ).
Some informative descriptive statistics, such as the sample range, do not make good test statistics since it is difficult to determine their sampling distribution.
Some have no particular or descriptive name: for example, those invoked along with Mars in the Carmen Arvale are simply Lases ( an archaic form of Lares ), whose divine functions must be inferred from the wording and context of the Carmen itself.
Some years previously Ayloffe had induced Joshua Kirby, a well-known draughtsman of Ipswich, to prepare a number of engravings of the chief buildings and monuments in Suffolk, and twelve of them were published with descriptive letterpress by Ayloffe in 1748.
Some and passages
" Some scholars theorize that the " we " passages in Acts are just such " handed down " quotations from some earlier source who accompanied Paul on his travels.
Some cave passages may be marked with flagging tape or other indicators to show biologically, aesthetically, or archaeologically sensitive areas.
Some religious denominations believe that the passages that directly or indirectly refer to homosexuality condemn it or its practice, while others have disputed their interpretations.
Some Christians believe that Biblical passages have been mistranslated or that these passages do not refer to LGBT orientation as currently understood.
Some Protestant Christian denominations prohibit the drinking of alcohol based upon Biblical passages which condemn drunkenness ( such as Proverbs 23: 21, Isaiah 28: 1, Habakkuk 2: 15 ), but others allow moderate use of alcohol.
Some players use the more nimble tips of the fingers to play fast-moving solo passages or to pluck lightly for quiet tunes. The use of amplification allows the player to have more control over the tone of the instrument, because amplifiers have equalization controls that allow the bassist to accentuate certain frequencies ( often the bass frequencies ) while de-accentuating some frequencies ( often the high frequencies, so that there is less finger noise ).
Some passages and sections of Melville's works demonstrate his willingness to address all forms of sexuality, including the homoerotic, in his works.
Some have tiny entrances which open into caves, others lead into a maze of passages which can be several kilometers long.
Some scholars historians argue that Solomon's apparent initial devotion to YHWH, described in passages such as his dedication prayer (), were written much later, after Jerusalem had become the religious centre of the kingdom, replacing locations such as Shiloh and Bethel.
Some scholars believe that passages such as these in the Books of Kings were not written by the same authors who wrote the rest of the text, instead probably by the Deuteronomist.
Some historians have interpreted passages in his diaries as suggesting that King regularly had sexual relations with prostitutes.
Some of the nuraghes are, however, located in strategic locations – such as hills – from which important passages could be easily controlled.
Some Bible translators argue that even if there are passages in the text that lend themselves to inclusive language, other changes are unfaithful to the original Hebrew and Greek.
* Some believe that male nuances are not attached to words in various passages ; therefore, translations like the TNIV could be more accurately communicate the meaning of the text.
Some claim that Virgil meant to change them before he died, while others find that the location of the two passages, at the very end of the so-called Volume I ( Books 1 – 6, the Odyssey ), and Volume II ( Books 7 – 12, the Iliad ), and their short length, which contrasts with the lengthy nature of the poem, are evidence that Virgil placed them purposefully there.
Some of Wright's more shocking passages dealing with race, sex, and politics were cut or omitted before original publication.
Some composers, such as Mikhail Glinka, Alexander Serov, Rimsky-Korsakov, Puccini, and Mascagni wrote passages of music without text and subsequently had the librettist add words to the vocal melody lines.
Some passages in the novel suggest that the Nazgûl wore their rings, while others suggest that Sauron actually held them.
Some modern scholars tend to reject these approaches stating that the Matthew account is a midrashic exposition that allows the author to present the event as a fulfillment of prophetic passages from the Old Testament.
Some hold them to be marks of erasure ; others believe them to indicate that in some collated manuscripts the stigmatized words were missing, hence that the reading is doubtful ; still others contend that they are merely a mnemonic device to indicate homiletical explanations which the ancients had connected with those words ; finally, some maintain that the dots were designed to guard against the omission by copyists of text-elements which, at first glance or after comparison with parallel passages, seemed to be superfluous.