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The second chronological limit is 415, which is traditionally considered to be the date when Augustine ’ s book Liber ad Orosium contra Priscillianistas et Origenistas was published, in which Augustine replies to Orosius ’ s Commonitorium.
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380 in Constantinople ; this is a translation into Latin of the chronological tables which compose the second part of the Chronicon of Eusebius, with a supplement covering the period from 325 to 379.
The first set consists of the entire Blackwater Park album, while the second set contains one song from every album excluding Blackwater Park, in chronological order representing the twenty years of " evolution " in their music.
The second ( chapters 12 – 20 ) flashes back to focus primarily on the " Great Big Siege of Bologna " before once again jumping to the chronological " present " of 1943 in the third part ( chapter 21 – 25 ).
Xenophon adopts a similarly hostile attitude in the early parts of his work, but apparently had a change of heart during the chronological break in composition that divides the second book of the Hellenica ; his portrayal of Theramenes during the reign of the Thirty Tyrants is altogether more favorable than that of his earlier years.
This second option is viable if you are uncomfortable with using the chronological separation of year 12 and year 13 as your rationale, especially since college courses are not necessarily all taken in a predetermined chronological order ( the order can vary from student to student ).
Select cases were published in 1600, containing the most famous of his decisions and pleadings, while a second volume in 1602 was more chronological in nature.
* Allgemeine Geschichte der Philosophie ( Halle, 1788 ), second edition with a continuation and chronological tables ( 1796 )
At Zürich he laboured for a period of twenty-eight years, during which, besides commentaries on The Psalms ( 1835 – 1836 ; 2nd ed., 1863 – 1865 ), The Minor Prophets ( 1838 ; 3rd ed., 1863 ), Jeremiah ( 1841 ; 2nd ed., 1866 ), Ezekiel ( 1847 ), Daniel ( 1850 ), Ecclesiastes ( 1847 ), Canticles ( 1855 ), and Proverbs ( 1858 ), he published a monograph, Über Johannes Markus und seine Schriften ( 1843 ), in which he maintained the chronological priority of the second gospel.
Another is the important chronological point that a manuscript of the Jawhar al-Dāt, the chief work in the second group, bears the date 735 A. H. (= 1334-35 AD ).
While the game is the first in chronological order in the Shining series, it is the second game released in the series, of which the first game released is Shining in the Darkness.
The first two chapters proceed in a general chronological order, with the second focusing on the students of Yochanan Ben Zakkai.
In the second book, Herodian states that his intention was to “ narrate only the most important and conclusive … actions separately and in chronological order .” ( 2. 15. 7 ) Because of this, Herodian sometimes consolidates a large number of events into a single reference or two.
Amanda Waller stated that this was the second or third generation of the gang ; she can't remember which ( this is a reference to this being the third Royal Flush Gang in production terms, but the second in chronological order of the DCAU ).
This book formed the third part of the " She " trilogy, although in chronological terms, it necessarily served as a prequel to the first two " She " books, since Holly and Leo, the protagonists of the first two books, both die at the end of the second novel.
The second part deals with chronological and mathematical questions, and has been of great service in determining the principal epochs of ancient history.
Ai Shimai does not strictly adhere to chronological order ; it could be that the second and third parts depict separate, alternate endings.
The Corinthianesque capital between the second and third bays of the Cenacle is stylistically indicative of multiple geographical regions and chronological periods.
Zero Hour also contains 3 new campaigns of five missions each, one for each side, with their chronological order being USA first, GLA second, and China last.
It was composed circa 380 in Constantinople ; this is a translation into Latin of the chronological tables which compose the second part of the Chronicon of Eusebius, with a supplement covering the period from 325 to 379.
Matthew's work, Zhamanakagrutyun (), or Chronicle, which he probably began writing in 1113 and completed before 1140, is written in a dialect of Western Armenian and is rather chronological, covering two centuries from the second half of the tenth through the second half of the twelfth.
Underworld is the fourth Resident Evil book written by S. D. Perry, the fifth in chronological order, and the second which is not based directly on one of the games.
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The second proof does not need this because showing that the error term vanishes proves the existence of the limit directly.
The term started to get its modern negative meaning with Cornelius Sulla's ascension to the dictatorship following Sulla's second civil war, making himself the first Dictator in more than a century ( during which the office was ostensibly abolished ) as well as de facto eliminating the time limit and need of senatorial acclamation, although he avoided a major constitutional crisis by resigning the office after about one year due to poor health, dying shortly after.
The second digit indicates if the transaction must be sent online for authorization always or if transactions that are below floor limit can take place without authorization.
Hayek stated that if the Conservative leader had said " that free choice is to be exercised more in the market place than in the ballot box, she has merely uttered the truism that the first is indispensable for individual freedom while the second is not: free choice can at least exist under a dictatorship that can limit itself but not under the government of an unlimited democracy which cannot ".
Typically the dead time will result in an upper count rate limit of 10 < sup > 4 </ sup > to 10 < sup > 5 </ sup > counts per second depending on the characteristic of the tube being used.
The initial specified clock frequency limit was 2 MHz and with common instructions having execution times of 4, 5, 7, 10 or 11 cycles this meant a few hundred thousand instructions per second.
Hence, the passing of time was more discernible in the very early years, such as the graduation of Spider-Man ; and what started as children or teenaged characters, such as Kitty Pryde, Franklin Richards, Valeria Richards, Power Pack, or the New Mutants are all allowed to age at wildly shifting rates ( in the second case even backwards at times ), whereas surrounding characters somewhat dependent on a certain age limit do not change at all.
In the second section, Klein discusses how brands use their size and clout to limit the number of choices available to the public-whether through market dominance ( Wal-Mart ) or through aggressive invasion of a region ( Starbucks ).
* February 2 – A second international conference on disarmament ends without results, It tries to limit the army sizes of the major powers, while Germany is entitled to 200, 000, Germany leaves the conference because a plan postpones the limitations for 4 years.
Before the 50 km race on 23 February, a random test for hemoglobin levels found Mühlegg above the limit ; a second test five minutes later was below the limit, and he was allowed to compete.
That value was chosen so that the caesium second equalled, to the limit of human measuring ability in 1960 when it was adopted, the existing standard ephemeris second based on the Earth's orbit around the Sun.
There are reports of " super-EMP " nuclear weapons that are able to overcome the 50, 000 volt per metre limit by the very nearly instantaneous release of a burst of gamma radiation of much higher energy levels than are known to be produced by second generation nuclear weapons.
However, according to him, there is less duality, in the sense of opposition, than synthesis ( one is the limit of the other ) and the effort of synthesis is constant according to him, like in his first formula, in which the first member pertains to mechanics and the second to optics:
If the tangents at the ends of the segment are represented by unit vectors, it is easy to show that in this limit, the magnitude of the difference vector is equal to dθ, which leads to the given expression in the second definition of curvature.
rounds were played to a time limit ; the first round was played for 30 seconds and each match was worth $ 50, while the second was played for 45 seconds with $ 100 earned for each match.
A consequence of the eight second limit on the duration of each note is that if one wants to play chords that last longer than eight seconds, one must release different notes in sequence in a process that has been compared to a spider crawling across the keyboard.
The Roche limit (), sometimes referred to as the Roche radius, is the distance within which a celestial body, held together only by its own gravity, will disintegrate due to a second celestial body's tidal forces exceeding the first body's gravitational self-attraction.
The supernova explosion is caused by a white dwarf or a star core reaching a certain mass / density limit, the Chandrasekhar limit, causing the object to collapse in a fraction of a second.