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The origin of the orthodox Clareni, approved as true Franciscans by Sixtus IV in 1474, is unknown ; nor is it clear whether they were followers of Angelo who kept aloof from heresy or, after falling into his error, retracted.
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origin and orthodox
By cultism we mean the adherence to doctrines which are pointedly contradictory to orthodox Christianity and which yet claim the distinction of either tracing their origin to orthodox sources or of being in essential harmony with those sources.
Elliss " Puss " Achong, a player of Chinese origin, was a left-arm orthodox spinner, playing for the West Indies at the time.
In 1545, the Parliament of Aix ordered the destruction of the villages of Lourmarin, Mérindol, Cabriéres in the Luberon, because their inhabitants were Vaudois, of Italian Piedmontese origin, and were not considered sufficiently orthodox Catholics.
" Another hair color word of French origin, brunet ( te ) ( from the same Germanic root that gave " brown "), also functions in the same way in orthodox English.
Traditional metaphysics, which is, according to Guénon, beyond any contingency ( knowledge of universal principles ), lies at the very source of all orthodox and legitimate traditions, making a connection between the heart of these traditions and a unique spiritual origin, the " Primordial Tradition ".
Although Basil is best known for his religious writing by most people, in this work Basil encouraged the study of Greek texts, and reassured his readers that despite their pagan origin, they were quite compatible with orthodox Christian thought.
* In the assignment of authorship -- the Syrian Jacobites and the Maronites in adopting those of Nestorian origin either suppressed the name of the author or substituted the name of one whom they considered orthodox, most frequently St. Ephraem
origin and approved
The government provides a wide range of incentives to investors, including remittance facilities to assist them in repatriating funds to the country of origin ; tax holidays which defer taxes for a period of years ; and duty-free access for machinery and raw materials imported for approved enterprises.
Viriatus was thought by some to have a very obscure origin, although Diodorus Siculus also says that Viriatus " approved himself to be a prince " and that he said he was " lord and owner of all ".
" Although the story takes pains to stress that it is merely one possible ' origin story ,' it has been widely accepted and adopted into DC continuity, and a central mutilation of a long-running character had to be specially approved by editor Wein.
The Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Marian litany originally approved in 1587 by Pope Sixtus V. It is also known as the Litany of Loreto, for its first-known place of origin, the Shrine of Our Lady of Loreto ( Italy ), where its usage was recorded as early as 1558.
Despite the fact that, from the seventeenth century onwards, the Litany of Loreto has been the subject of endless panegyrics and ascetical writings, there is a great lack of documentary evidence concerning its origin, the growth and development of the litany into the forms under which we know it, and as it was for the first time definitely approved by the Catholic Church in the year 1587.
Were a " scientific " version of intelligent design approved for inclusion in public school science curricula, then a path would be opened for discussion of alternatives to not only natural selection but naturalism as well, and eventually religious accounts on the origin of life.
In November 1938, shortly after Kristallnacht, the House of Commons had approved a measure that would permit the entry of refugees younger than 17 years old into Britain if they had a place to stay and a warranty of £ 50 was deposited for a return ticket for their eventual return to their country of origin.
origin and true
Like the other Passeroidea families, the true finches seem to be of roughly Middle Miocene origin, around 20-10 million years ago ( Ma ).
Kenichiro Terasawa ( Kosuke Toyohara ), an author of books on psychic phenomena, believes he's discovered Godzilla's true origin.
However, BBC books such as The Infinity Doctors and Unnatural History imply that the Doctor's origin is complex and that every version is somehow " true " ( such as Susan's claim in the original version of An Unearthly Child that she was born in the 49th century ).
It had great authority because of its supposed Aristotelian origin, and it was only when Proclus ' Elements were translated into Latin that Thomas Aquinas realised its true origin.
Kid tells Serge that she is aware of her true origin, and knowing that is a treasure which cannot be stolen.
::: A person manifests his true nature when surrounded by family or close friends, when in his own ambience and in his place of origin.
Any symmetry group whose elements have a common fixed point, which is true for all finite symmetry groups and also for the symmetry groups of bounded figures, can be represented as a subgroup of orthogonal group O ( n ) by choosing the origin to be a fixed point.
An enthusiast of Tangram puzzles, Loyd published a book of seven hundred unique Tangram designs and a fanciful history of the origin of the Tangram, which was, however, presented as true, and has been described as " Sam Loyd's Most Successful Hoax ".
The Zohar contains a discussion of the nature of God, the origin and structure of the universe, the nature of souls, redemption, the relationship of Ego to Darkness and " true self " to " The Light of God ," and the relationship between the " universal energy " and man.
Because these characteristics are very insignificant and show a high individual variability, most of these forms were probably not true subspecies, especially as they were often based upon zoo material of unknown origin that may have had " striking, but abnormal " morphological characteristics.
The true origin of the blancmange is obscure, but it is believed that it was a result of the Arab introduction of rice and almonds in early medieval Europe.
( This, if true, would be similar to the origin of casserole, a generic name for a set of main courses originally prepared in a dish called a casserole.
Precapillary sphincters are rings of smooth muscles at the origin of true capillaries that regulate blood flow into true capillaries and thus control blood flow through a tissue.
Moore reconfigured Swamp Thing's origin to make him a true monster as opposed to a human transformed into a monster.
Regardless of its true origin, McCrae worked on the poem for months before considering it ready for publication.
This shameless and scandalous boy died in Egypt when the court was there ; and forthwith his Imperial Majesty issued out an order or edict strictly requiring and commanding his loving subjects to acknowledge his departed page a deity and to pay him his quota of divine reverences and honours as such: a resolution and act which did more effectually publish and testify to the world how entirely the Emperor's unnatural passion survived the foul object of it ; and how much his master was devoted to his memory, than it recorded his own crime and condemnation, immortalised his infamy and shame, and bequeathed to mankind a lasting and notorious specimen of the true origin and extraction of all idolatry.
Here it is no longer true that every meromorphic function can be regarded as holomorphic function with values in the Riemann sphere: There is a set of " indeterminacy " of codimension two ( in the given example this set consists of the origin ).
origin and Franciscans
The term is not of military origin, despite popular misconceptions, but is derived from " general ", as opposed to " particular " ( as with many other Catholic religious orders, like the Dominicans ' " master general ", Franciscans ' " minister general ", Carthusians ' " prior general ", etc.
origin and by
since Bourbon whiskey, though of Kentucky origin, is at least as much favored by liberals in the North as by conservatives in the South.
Each song or ditty was prefaced by an author's note which indicated the origin and meaning of the song as well as special interest the song had, musical arrangement, and most of the chorus and verses.
There, Mother was received by the scions of aristocratic lines which are dominated by the Budweisers ( of beer derivation ), the Chalmers ( of underwear origin ), and the Heinzes ( whose forbears founded a nationally famous trade in pickles ).
The coronary arteries were sclerotic and diffusely narrowed throughout their courses, and the right coronary artery was virtually occluded by a yellow atheromatous plaque 1.5 cm. distal to its origin.
Now, with virtually every writer, not only was the European origin of public law acknowledged as a historical phenomenon, but the rules thus established by the advanced civilizations of Europe were to be imposed on others.
Though Americans usually lived in groups segregated by national origin or religious belief, they liked to work and shop in the noise and vitality of downtown.
by means of an origin statement which refers to an actual address, the corresponding index word will be reserved.
-- The results of microanalysis of tektites ( natural glasses of unknown origin ) for gallium and germanium have shown that these glasses are probably produced from terrestrial ( or less likely from lunar ) matter by impact of a celestial body.
`` Such a vicious statement can only have its origin in the desire of a new political candidate to try to make his name known by condemning a man of world stature.
This religious explanation is supported by modern Pueblo beliefs about a North Road leading to their place of origin and along which the spirits of the dead travel.
The Mills Commission, chaired by Abraham G. Mills, the fourth president of the National League, was appointed in 1905 to determine the origin of baseball.
The information obtained by astrometric measurements provides information on the kinematics and physical origin of our Solar System and our galaxy, the Milky Way.
The Bohr model of the atom fixed the problem of energy loss from radiation from a ground state ( by declaring that there was no state below this ), and more importantly explained the origin of spectral lines.
Recent observations by the European Space Agency's INTEGRAL satellite may explain the origin of a giant cloud of antimatter surrounding the galactic center.
According to fellow folk singer Joan Baez, it was one of the most requested songs from her audiences, but she never realized its origin as a hymn ; by the time she was singing it in the 1960s she said it had " developed a life of its own ".
Perhaps the word may be included among those mysterious expressions discussed by Adolf von Harnack, “ which belong to no known speech, and by their singular collocation of vowels and consonants give evidence that they belong to some mystic dialect, or take their origin from some supposed divine inspiration .”
Another monument near Jerusalem ( not the modern " Absalom Tomb "-" Yad Avshalom " which is of later origin ) was erected by Absalom in his lifetime to perpetuate his name ():
Little is known of Andreas Capellanus's life, but he is presumed to have been a courtier of Marie of Troyes, and probably of French origin ; he is sometimes known by a French translation of his name, André le Chapelain.
According to Richard I. Pervo, " Townsend's methodologically adventurous but ultimately cautious essay is another valuable lesson in the danger of establishing the date of Acts – or any work – by arguing for the earliest possible time of origin.
The name, origin, birth date, and occupation were released by the FBI, but the picture was not of him.
On the plane the most common alternative is polar coordinates, where every point is represented by its radius r from the origin and its angle θ.