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According to Henry Alford and F. H. A. Scrivener the passage was added by John in a second edition of the Gospel along with 5: 3. 4 and the 21st chapter.
Sura Al-Anbiya (, Sūratu al-Anbiyā, " The Prophets ") is the 21st sura ( or chapter ) of the Qur ' an with 112 ayat.
* Osokhor, a priest thought ( chapter 40 ) to have sold Egyptian priestly secrets to the Phoenicians: a Meshwesh king who ruled Egypt in the late 21st Dynasty.
On March 28, 2009, Delta Upsilon established its 152nd chapter, and the second of the 21st century, at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri.
She is also a chapter author for Scientific Literacy for the 21st Century.
The book's last chapter focuses on the potential developments of the 21st century.
His most recent release " 21st chapter " ( 2006 ) featured the hugely popular and classic " Jago Aaya ".

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This proved highly successful, even without training, and the concept was widely used in the 21st Army Group.
This document was based on several years of consultation aimed to lay out the government's priorities for museums in the 21st century.
The first commercial equipment for HR-CS AAS was introduced by Analytik Jena ( Jena, Germany ) at the beginning of the 21st century, based on the design proposed by Becker-Ross and Florek.
The Mach 2 Tu-160 ' Blackjack ' was built only in tiny numbers, leaving the 1950s Tupolev Tu-16 and Tu-95 ' Bear ' heavy bombers to continue being used into the 21st century.
By the turn of the 21st century, Battery Park City was mostly completed, with the exception of some ongoing construction on West Street.
First attested in depictions on a cylinder-seal from around the 21st century BC, it was explicitly recorded in the Babylonian star catalogues as " The Goat-Fish " before 1000 BC.
A comprehensive studies of civil war was carried out by a team from the World Bank in the early 21st century.
A survey of papers on Chinese history in the early 21st century would reveal relatively little attempt to fit Chinese history into a master paradigm of history as was common in the 1950s.
Central Committee was the common designation of a standing administrative body of communist parties, analogous to a board of directors, whether ruling or non-ruling in the 20th century and of the surviving states in the early 21st century.
At the 21st Party Congress Khrushchev boldly declared that Leninist legality had been reestablishing, when in reality, he himself was beginning to following some of the same policies, albeit not at the same level, as Stalin had.
Clearly separating the three levels was a major feature of the relational database model implementations that dominate 21st century databases.
In the 21st century a new trend of NoSQL databases was started.
The average age of the officers whose names were listed as signing the letter was 74, the oldest was 98, and Servicemembers United noted that " only a small fraction of these officers have even served in the military during the ' Don't Ask, Don't Tell ' period, much less in the 21st century military.
In the 1990s and first decade of the 21st century, one of the new " young lions " was Christian McBride ( born 1972 ), who has performed with a range of veterans ranging from McCoy Tyner to fusion gurus Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea, and who has released albums such as 2003's Vertical Vision.
At the turn of the 20th to 21st century, a whole new housing development called Meerhoven was constructed at the site of the old airport of Welschap, west of Eindhoven.
Arnaldo Momigliano wrote that in Eusebius's mind " chronology was something between an exact science and an instrument of propaganda " Drake in the 21st century treats Eusebius as working within the framework of a " totalizing discourse " that viewed the world from a single point of view that excluded anything he thought inappropriate.
These " post-environmental movement " thinkers argue that the ecological crises the human species faces in the 21st century are qualitatively different from the problems the environmental movement was created to address in the 1960s and 1970s.
In the early 21st century, Exxon's headquarters was located in Darien, Connecticut.

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However, the Quarterstaff section was omitted from the Boy Scout Handbook in the 21st century due to health risks and reluctance to promote violence.

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Having declined from more than one million speakers around 1950 to about 200, 000 in the first decade of the 21st century, of whom 61 % are more than 60 years old, Breton is classified as " severely endangered " by the UNESCO Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger.
Canals have found another use in the 21st century, as easements for the installation of fibre optic telecommunications network cabling, avoiding having them buried in roadways while facilitating access and reducing the hazard of being damaged from digging equipment.
The rise of comic book specialty stores in the late 1970s created / paralleled a dedicated market for " independent " or " alternative comics " in the U. S. The first such comics included the anthology series Star Reach, published by comic book writer Mike Friedrich from 1974 to 1979, and Harvey Pekar's American Splendor, which continued sporadic publication into the 21st century and which Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini adapted into a 2003 film.
In the 21st century it is possible to find a map of virtually anything from the inner workings of the human body to the virtual worlds of cyberspace.
Rumsfeld served as the 13th Secretary of Defense from 1975 to 1977 under President Gerald Ford, and as the 21st Secretary of Defense from 2001 to 2006 under President George W. Bush.
On Tuesday, February 14, 2012, the Red Wings set the NHL record for most consecutive wins at home in a single season by winning their 21st home game with a 3-1 victory over the Dallas Stars, and on Sunday, February 19, 2012, defeated the San Jose Sharks to record their 23rd consecutive home victory, breaking the overall record previously held by the Boston Bruins over two seasons from 1929-1930.
Italian composer Sylvano Bussotti, whose composing career spans from the 1930s to the first decade of the 21st century, wrote a solo work for bass in 1983 entitled Naked Angel Face per contrabbasso.
Notable rockabilly revivalists and psychobilly performers from the 1990s and first decade of the 21st century include Scott Owen ( from the Australian band The Living End ), Jimbo Wallace ( from the US band Reverend Horton Heat ), Kim Nekroman ( Nekromantix ), Patricia Day ( HorrorPops ), Geoff Kresge ( Tiger Army, ex-AFI ).
Because this Victorian cycle differed from the Alexandrian cycle in the dates of some of the Paschal Full Moons, and because it tried to respect the Roman custom of fixing Easter to the Sunday in the week of the 16th to the 22nd of the lunar month ( rather than the 15th to the 21st as at Alexandria ), by providing alternative " Latin " and " Greek " dates in some years, occasional disagreements from the date of Easter as fixed by Alexandrian rules continued.
As of the early 21st century, Japan's succession law prohibits a female from ascending the throne.
Although there were seven other reigning empresses, their successors were most often selected from amongst the males of the paternal Imperial bloodline, which is why some conservative scholars argue that the women's reigns were temporary and that male-only succession tradition must be maintained in the 21st century.
Although there were seven other reigning empresses, their successors were most often selected from amongst the males of the paternal Imperial bloodline, which is why some conservative scholars argue that the women's reigns were temporary and that male-only succession tradition must be maintained in the 21st century.

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The first two editions place a first nuclear war near the end of the 21st century, with the final war in the years AD 2309-2322, and ascribe the final annihilation to a terrorist group called " The Apocalypse and the ensuing retaliation by surviving factions.
As a result, in the early 21st century, the term shareware was being used less, replaced by either demo for trial software or freeware for full editions.
Though considered by some ( including Jeremy Bentham ) to be an indifferent judge, his Observations on the Statutes, chiefly the more ancient, from Magna Charta to 21st James I ( 1766 ), had a high reputation among historians and constitutional antiquaries, and ran through five editions down to 1796.
With few new English translations over the 1950 – 1980 period, these three Muslim translations were to flourish and cement reputations that were to ensure their survival into the 21st century, finding favor among readers often in newly revised updated editions.
After Gesenius ' death in 1842, the 14th through 21st editions were published by E. Rödiger, and the 22nd through 28th editions were published by Emil Kautzsch.
In the early 21st century, the online and CD-ROM editions of the Macmillan English Dictionary gave two different spoken readings of the headword for the entry " George, St.the PATRON SAINT of England ": the American reading was the correct " Saint George ," but the British reading was " George Street.
Green Day recorded a cover that was included as a bonus track on deluxe editions of their recent album 21st Century Breakdown.
He also edited two editions of the book Worldchanging: A User's Guide for the 21st century and has written for magazines and newspapers including Business Week and Wired.
21st Editions recently published Yamamoto's work in two limited editions, a Deluxe Edition ($ 9000 ) and Prism book ($ 750 ).
( Various editions, early 19th c. to early 21st c .)

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