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Such passages, says the music historian Donald Jay Grout, " reveal Handel the dramatist, the unerring master of dramatic effect ".
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Such scholars purport that passages in scripture related to slavery, war, genocide, female marginalization, and sex between men may not necessarily be about God's wishes, but rather about the predominant culture's opinions at the time of the passage's writing.
Such views have been challenged by other historians who maintain that there is evidence that these passages in Kings are derived from official court records at the time of Solomon and from other writings of that time that were incorporated into the canonical books of Kings.
Such a view may be independently attractive to the theist, as it permits an agreeable interpretation of certain biblical passages, such as "... Who makes peace and creates evil ; I am the Lord, Who makes all these.
Such serious, weighty passages place the original, lighter material in figurative quotation marks, almost mocking them as unserious or unworthy.
Such cores, sometimes reinforced by wires, are used to create under cut profiles and cavities which cannot be molded with the cope and drag, such as the interior passages of valves or cooling passages in engine blocks.
Such passages were easy pickings for satirists such as Jane Austen demonstrated in Northanger Abbey as well as many of her other novels and works.
Such passages include Acts 26: 25, " But Paul said, ' I am not out of my mind, most excellent Festus " and Acts 24: 2, " Tertullus began to accuse him, saying: ' Since through you we enjoy much peace, and since by your foresight, most excellent Felix, reforms are being made for this nation, [...]"
Such passages form a keyhole cross section: a round shaped section at the top and a rectangular trench at the bottom.
Such passages are widely distributed throughout the Bible, but those most often cited are from Ezekiel, Daniel, Matthew 24, Matthew 25, and Revelation.
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Such rhetorical devices, discussed in more detail below, are: " ignoring the question " to divert argument to unrelated issues using a red herring ; making the argument personal ( argumentum ad hominem ) and discrediting the opposition's character, " begging the question " ( petitio principi ), the use of the non-sequitur, false cause and effect ( post hoc ergo propter hoc ), bandwagoning ( everyone says so ), the " false dilemma " or " either-or fallacy " in which the situation is oversimplified, " card-stacking " or selective use of facts, " false equivalence ", and " false analogy ".
Such idealists have the world view which says that we each create our own reality, and while most people may be in general agreement ( consensus ) about what reality is like, they might live in a different ( or nonconsensus ) reality.
: But as to the plan of Shinar, in the country of Babylonia, Hestiaeus mentions it, when he says thus: " Such of the priests as were saved, took the sacred vessels of Zeus Enyalius, and came to Shinar of Babylonia.
" Such a society, he says, will give full scope to people's talent and creativity, enable all the people to share the social wealth brought by reform and development, and forge an ever closer relationship between the people and government.
" Such suffering is an increasing concern in medical anthropology, ethnography, mass media analysis, and Holocaust studies, says Iain Wilkinson, who is developing a sociology of suffering.
Such casual non-use of a passage actually says very little, if anything, about the contents of the manuscripts used by these two writers.
Such beliefs are, as Boyer says, remarkably widespread, and for all their variant forms the variation is neither limitless nor random.
Such a rule says that if α and α → β are proved at degree λ and μ, respectively, then we can assert β at degree min
Such issues include marriage of clergy, which Jewel allows ( II. 9 ); sacerdotalism, a category of offence which would include, for example, making the mass a sacrifice ; veneration of saints, which the Apology denounces ( II. 20 ); private absolution, which it denies ( II. 8 ); and the language of the mass, which Jewel says should be in the vernacular ( II. 19 ).
" Krenov really helped re-create an interest in fine woodworking that had largely died out by the 1950s ," says Frank Ramsay, president of the Bay Area Woodworkers Association, " Such a change from the ' make a box, cover it with plywood and paint it ' era of the 1960s.
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Such buildings were used to host civic town functions – including dancing, music listening, and gambling.
Such references in their music and image were originally tongue-in-cheek, but as time went on, bands and members of the subculture took the connection more seriously.
Such views were influenced by an account of Telemann's music by Christoph Daniel Ebeling, a late-18th-century critic who in fact praised Telemann's music and only made passing critical remarks of his productivity.
Such composers as Tomás Luis de Victoria, Luis de Milán and Alonso Lobo helped to shape Renaissance music and the styles of counterpoint and polychoral music, and their influence lasted far into the Baroque period.
Such a statement on her part, however, worked to her advantage because it made her statements that all of her writings and music came from visions of the Divine more believable, therefore giving Hildegard the authority to speak in a time and place where few women were permitted a voice.
Such musical publishing enterprises, however, were rare: " In nineteenth-century Oxford the idea that music might in any sense be educational would not have been entertained ", and few of the Delegates or former Publishers were themselves musical or had extensive music backgrounds.
Such a definition arbitrarily excludes disciplines other than history, cultures other than Western, and forms of music other than " classical " (" art ", " serious ", " high culture ") or notated (" artificial ")-implying that the omitted disciplines, cultures, and musical styles / genres are somehow inferior.
Such music often seemed far removed from the preceding jazz tradition, even though it almost always preserved one or more central elements of that tradition while abandoning others.
Such country music legends as Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Roy Acuff, the Carter family, Bill Monroe, Ernest Tubb, Kitty Wells and Minnie Pearl became regulars on the Opry's stage ( although Williams was banned in 1952 due to frequent drunkenness ).
Such diversity was largely unprecedented in global pop music in 1968, and the album ’ s sprawling approach provoked ( and continues to provoke ) both praise and criticism from observers.
Such " key-color " was an essential part of much 18th-and 19th-century music and was described in treatises of the period.
Such websites had a profound effect on the viewing of music videos ; some artists began to see success as a result of videos seen mostly or entirely online.
Such music existed prior to the 13th century and the First Crusade into Palestine and the city of Jerusalem, possibly even before the year 900.
Such honky tonk music was an important influence on the formation of the boogie-woogie piano style, as indicated by Jelly Roll Morton's 1938 record " Honky Tonk Music " and Meade Lux Lewis's big hit " Honky Tonk Train Blues.
Such sources could include: absorbing a native language spoken in a different dialects or countries, a language other than their own and fictional language from books, music, films and videogames.
Such establishments were distinguished from theatres by the fact that in a music hall you would be seated at a table in the auditorium and could drink alcohol and smoke tobacco whilst watching the show.
Such has been the success of music abroad that clubs specializing in Swedish music have sprung up in major cities like Berlin, Barcelona and London.
Such bars often feature entertainment, which may be a live band or a disc jockey playing recorded music.