[permalink] [id link]
The first, termed Proto-Isaiah ( chapters 1 – 39 ), contains the words of the 8th-century BCE prophet with 7th-century BCE expansions ; the second, Deutero-Isaiah ( chapters 40 – 55 ), is the work of a 6th-century BCE author writing near the end of the Babylonian captivity ; and the third, the poetic Trito-Isaiah ( chapters 56 – 66 ), was composed in Jerusalem shortly after the return from exile, probably by multiple authors.
Some Related Sentences
first and termed
Colloquially referred to as the New World, this second super continent came to be termed " America ", probably deriving its name from the feminized Latin version of Vespucci's first name .< ref > Rival explanations have been proposed ( see Arciniegas, Germán.
The book records the first 39 years of what the Nephites termed " the reign of the judges ", a period in which the Nephite nation adopted a constitutional theocratic government in which the judicial and executive branches of the government were combined.
The last premolar of the upper jaw and first molar of the lower are termed the carnassials or sectorial teeth.
The first of the three laws, previously termed Clarke's Law, was proposed by Arthur C. Clarke in the essay " Hazards of Prophecy: The Failure of Imagination ", in Profiles of the Future ( 1962 ).
The first stage, termed the " Cthulhu Mythos proper " by Price, was formulated during Lovecraft's lifetime and was subject to his guidance.
There were certainly castrati in the Sistine Chapel choir in 1558, although not described as such: on 27 April of that year, Hernando Bustamante, a Spaniard from Palencia, was admitted ( the first castrati so termed who joined the Sistine choir were Pietro Paolo Folignato and Girolamo Rossini, admitted in 1599 ).
Twenty-six cartridges, termed ' Videocarts ', were officially released to consumers during the ownership of Fairchild and Zircon, the first twenty-one of which were released by Fairchild.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary Online, the first known recorded usage of the word diaspora in the English language was in 1876 referring " extensive diaspora work ( as it is termed ) of evangelizing among the National Protestant Churches on the continent ".
After first observing it under his microscope, he termed the structure the internal reticular apparatus.
He first termed it aquaculture but later found that aquaculture was already applied to culture of aquatic organisms.
Braid made a rough distinction between different stages of hypnosis, which he termed the first and second conscious stage of hypnotism ; he later replaced this with a distinction between " sub-hypnotic ", " full hypnotic ", and " hypnotic coma " stages.
It was the first combat sport that adopted the name of " Kickboxing " in 1966, later termed " Japanese kickboxing " as a retronym.
That is, the monopoly is restricted from engaging in price discrimination ( this is termed first degree price discrimination, such that all customers are charged the same amount ).
The first widespread motor vehicle services were shared taxi services termed service cars ; a significant early provider was Aard, operating elongated Hudson Super-Six Coaches.
Most geologists and paleontologists would probably set the Proterozoic-Phanerozoic boundary either at the classic point where the first trilobites and reef building animals ( archaeocyatha ) such as corals and others appear ; at the first appearance of a complex feeding burrow called Treptichnus pedum ; or at the first appearance of a group of small, generally disarticulated, armored forms termed ' the small shelly fauna '.
The precursor to the final functional form of protein is termed proprotein, and these proproteins may be first synthesized as preproprotein.
One version of the hypothesis is that a different type of nucleic acid, termed pre-RNA, was the first one to emerge as a self-reproducing molecule, to be replaced by RNA only later.
In the first, more philosophically oriented phase, Steiner attempted to find a synthesis between science and mysticism ; his philosophical work of these years, which he termed spiritual science, sought to provide a connection between the cognitive path of Western philosophy and the inner and spiritual needs of the human being.
The two designs were the first application of the two basic transformer construction types in common use to this day which can as a class all be termed as either core form or shell form ( or alternatively, core-type or shell type ), as in a ) or b ), respectively ( see images ).
* Length of delay: A delay of a year or more from the date on which the speedy trial right " attaches " ( the date of arrest or indictment, whichever first occurs ) was termed " presumptively prejudicial ," but the Court has never explicitly ruled that any absolute time limit applies.
Under zero-based numbering, the initial element is sometimes termed the zeroth element, rather than the first element ; zeroth is a coined ordinal number corresponding to the number zero.
It might, however, be more properly termed an anti-backronym because the term " Jini " never stood for anything in the first place.
first and chapters
The Book of Ezra consists of ten chapters: chapters 1-6, covering the period from the Decree of Cyrus to the dedication of the Second Temple, are told in the third person ; chapters 7-10, dealing with the mission of Ezra, are told largely in the first person.
The first three chapters have three apocalyptic visions while the last three chapters give one extended apocalypse, in full detail, pertaining to events that surround the Maccabean revolt.
Scholars have identified several passages in Jeremiah that can be understood as “ confessions ;” they occur in the first section of the book ( chapters 1-25 ) and are 11. 18-12. 6, 15. 10-21, 17. 14-18, 18. 18-23, and 20. 7-18.
The first 39 chapters prophesy doom for a sinful Judah and for all the nations of the world that oppose God, while the last 27 prophesy the restoration of the nation of Israel and a new creation in God's glorious future kingdom ; this section includes the Songs of the Suffering Servant, four separate passages referring to the nation of Israel, interpreted by Christians as prefiguring the coming of Jesus Christ.
In the 20th century the first part of the prologue ( chapters 1: 1-2: 5 ) and the two parts of the epilogue ( 17-21 ) were commonly seen as miscellaneous collections of fragments tacked on to the main text, and the second part of the prologue ( 2: 6-3: 6 ) as an introduction composed expressly for the book ; this view has been challenged in the latter decades of the century, and there is an increasing willingness to see Judges as the work of a single individual, working by carefully selecting, reworking and positioning his source material to introduce and conclude his themes.
The first four poems ( chapters ) are acrostics, like some of the Psalms ( 25, 34, 37, 119 ), i. e., each verse begins with a letter of the Hebrew alphabet taken in order.
Ironically, the relentless God demonstrated in the first chapter becomes the merciful God in the last two chapters ( see 3: 10 ).
The first stage was the collection and arrangement of some spoken sayings of the historical Micah ( the material in chapters 1-3 ), in which the prophet attacks those who build estates through oppression and depicts the Assyrian invasion of Judah as Yahweh's punishment on the kingdom's corrupt rulers, including a prophecy that the Temple will be destroyed.
On this plan, the first part tells of God's rescue of his people from Egypt and their journey under his care to Sinai ( chapters 1-19 ) and the second tells of the covenant between them ( chapters 20-40 ).
The first few chapters of the novel, dealing with the discovery of Erewhon, are in fact based on Butler's own experiences in New Zealand where, as a young man, he worked as a sheep farmer on Mesopotamia Station for about four years ( 1860 – 1864 ) and explored parts of the interior of the South Island of which he wrote about in his A First Year in Canterbury Settlement ( 1863 ).
# Paul is aware that there is some conflict between Gentile and Jewish Christians in the Roman church, and he addressed those concerns ( chapters thirteen and the first half of fourteen ).
first and 1
In later years Josephus Daniels was to claim that World War 1, was the first in American history in which there was great concern for both the health and morals of our soldiers.
February's volume was 1 per cent above January's for the first pickup since last October, although it's still 1.5 per cent off from February 1960.
Since accurate base maps are necessary for any planning program, the first step taken by the planning division to implement the long-range state plan has been to prepare two series of base maps -- one at a scale of 1 inch to a mile, and the second a series of 26 sheets at a scale of 1 inch to 2000 feet, covering the entire state.
At that time consideration will be given to whether in the light of the United States supplies of rice available for Title 1, disposal, India's production, consumption and stocks of food grains, other imports from the United States and countries friendly to the United States, India's storage capacity, and other related factors, any increase would be possible in the portion of the total rice programmed which is currently planned for procurement during the first year.
When 1 ml of conjugate was passed through a column ( Af ), the first and second milliliter fractions collected were the most specific and gave no nonspecific staining in some experiments, and very little in others.
For example, the marksman gets 5 shots, but we take his score to be the number of shots before his first bull's-eye, that is, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 ( or 5, if he gets no bull's-eye ).
For Athabascan, with a greater range of stems, the first two of five corresponding columns were identical, 1 and 2 stems ; ;
As to relative frequencies of competing roots ( 7 - 1 vs. 4 - 4, etc. ), Thomas with his ' weighting ' seems to be the first to have considered the significance this might have.
The first step in processing was to analyze the returns from Questions 1, 2, and 3 to determine whether the respondents were large businesses or small businesses, in accordance with the definitions contained in ASPR Section 1-701.
The photograph, Figure 1 of the completed frieze, shows how, having been separated from his fellows in useless isolation for eighty years, he has now been given a hand, and by juxtaposition ( and the permission of the Committee ), given a new job, to represent the witnesses of the first flight at Kitty Hawk in 1903.
This reduces to the relationship: Af, where Af is the intercept at zero thickness of the extrapolation of the slope indicated in eqn. ( 1 ), Af is the thickness of the coating equivalent to the rounding off of the knife tip, Af is a straight line first approximation of this roundness, and the other symbols are equivalent to those of eqn. ( 1 ).
The largest hurdle the Republicans would have to face is a state law which says that before making a first race, one of two alternative courses must be taken: 1
Officials estimated the annual tax boost for the medical plan would amount to 1.5 billion dollars and that medical benefits paid out would run 1 billion or more in the first year, 1963.
In the left part there were four beads, which in the first row have unitary values ( 1, 2, 3, and 4 ), and in the right side there are three beads with values of 5, 10, and 15 respectively.
For example, the analysis of the debris at the testing site of the first U. S. hydrogen bomb, Ivy Mike, ( 1 November 1952, Enewetak Atoll ), revealed high concentrations of various actinides including americium ; due to military secrecy, this result was published only in 1956.
The axioms are referred to as " 4 + 1 " because for nearly two millennia the fifth ( parallel ) postulate (" through a point outside a line there is exactly one parallel ") was suspected of being derivable from the first four.
At the command of Moses he stretched out his rod in order to bring on the first of three plagues ( Exodus 7: 19, 8: 1, 12 ).
* 1896 – In Athens, the opening of the first modern Olympic Games is celebrated, 1, 500 years after the original games are banned by Roman Emperor Theodosius I.
* 1961 – The Russian ( Soviet ) cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin becomes the first human to travel into outer space and perform the first manned orbital flight, in Vostok 3KA-2 ( Vostok 1 ).