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The single account of the Massacre comes in the Gospel of Matthew: it is not mentioned in Luke's gospel or by any contemporaneous historians, or by the later Roman Jewish historian, Josephus.
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" One example is Isidore of Seville's account of Alaric's reign: consisting of a single paragraph, it is primarily about Alaric's death in that battle.
According to several biblical scholars, Benjamin was also originally part of this single tribe, but the biblical account of Joseph as his father became lost.
Check digits and parity bits are special cases of checksums, appropriate for small blocks of data ( such as Social Security numbers, bank account numbers, computer words, single bytes, etc .).
It carries all the routing information needed to get a payment from one bank to another wherever it may be ; it contains all the key bank account details such as Bank Identifier Codes, branch codes ( known as sort codes in the UK and Ireland ) and account numbers and it contains check digits which can be validated at source according to a single standard procedure.
The check digits enable the sending bank ( or its customer ) to perform a sanity check of the routing destination and account number from a single string of data at the time of data entry.
With the development of the special relativity, the need to account for a single universal frame of reference had disappeared — and acceptance of the 19th century theory of a luminiferous aether disappeared with it.
* If in any account there is a transaction exceeding 7. 00 lakh in a single day that has to be reported as Cash Transaction Report ( CTR ).
" The legal scholar Ellis Sandoz has noted that " the historically ancient and the ontologically higher law -- eternal, divine, natural -- are woven together to compose a single harmonious texture in Fortescue's account of English law.
The second was launched when Gabriel Dallet suggested that a single trans-Neptunian planet lying at 47 AU could account for the motion of Uranus.
Although no single Gospel gives an inclusive or definitive account of the resurrection of Jesus or his appearances, there are four points at which all four Gospels converge:
Since the final RF amplification is now concentrated in a single sideband, the effective power output is greater than in normal AM ( the carrier and redundant sideband account for well over half of the power output of an AM transmitter ).
This must be taken into account by the demodulator ( and in the IF filtering ) in the case of certain types of modulation such as single sideband.
According to the biblical account, a united humanity of the generations following the Great Flood, speaking a single language and migrating from the east, came to the land of Shinar, where they resolved to build a city with a tower " with its top in the heavens ... lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the Earth ".
In the analysis of the single slit, the non-zero width of the slit is taken into account, and each point in the aperture is taken as the source of one contribution to the beam of light ( Huygen's wavelets ).
In Central Asia, The Secret History of Mongols is regarded as the single significant native Mongolian account of Genghis Khan.
Star formation theory, as well as accounting for the formation of a single star, must also account for the statistics of binary stars and the initial mass function.
There does not seem to be a single account that is represented in all of the sources: rather, it seems that the accounts represent a collection of rumors accusing different political figures in attempts to tarnish their names.
"... a true assessment of the degree of decentralization in a country can be made only if a comprehensive approach is adopted and rather than trying to simplify the syndrome of characteristics into the single dimension of autonomy, interrelationships of various dimensions of decentralization are taken into account.
For example, a transfer of funds from one bank account to another, even though that might involve multiple changes ( such as debiting one account and crediting another ), is a single transaction.
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What was probably the single largest massacre of Chinese troops occurred along the banks of the Yangtze River on December 18 in what is called the Straw String Gorge Massacre.
Iron Maiden covered the song " Massacre " from Thin Lizzy's Johnny the Fox album, and released it on their 1988 single Can I Play with Madness.
Alongside such few events as the Black September Massacre in Jordan, the attack has been described as one of " the single deadliest acts by any Arab government against its own people in the modern Middle East ".
The cover picture of the single is taken from the 6 October 1976 Massacre in Thailand, and depicts a member of the rightist crowd beating the corpse of a student protester with a metal chair.
She contributed vocals to the group's debut album Beg for Mercy and to 50 Cent's The Massacre, including the album's number-one single " Candy Shop ".
Only then would they go on to record their first single, " Metal Massacre Attack ", whose recording sessions lasted two whole months in a studio in North Carolina.
Some have suggested that their 1989 single " Massacre " may have been a ' between the lines ' response, with Poet making anoynymous references like " sucker MC's try to test me ...".
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The word encyclopaedia comes from the Koine Greek ἐγκυκλοπαιδεία, from Greek, transliterated enkyklios paideia, meaning " general education ": enkyklios ( ἐγκύκλιος ), meaning " circular, recurrent, required regularly, general " + paideia ( παιδεία ), meaning " education, rearing of a child ", but it was reduced to a single word due to an error by copyists of Latin manuscripts.
However in some languages a multigraph may be treated as a single unit for the purposes of collation ; for example, in a Czech dictionary, the section for words that start with ⟨ ch ⟩ comes after that for ⟨ h ⟩.
The next step was to ask how this undifferentiated bundle comes to be experienced as a unity-as a single subject.
Whereas MVC comes from the previous decade ( by work at Xerox PARC in the late 1970s and early 1980s ) and is based on observations of applications that ran on a single graphical workstation ; MVC was applied to distributed applications later in its history ( see Model 2 ).
The spectrum of light that comes from a single source ( see idealized spectrum illustration top-right ) can be measured.
One may also encounter the term " single cask ", signifying the bottling comes entirely from one cask.
The XT Premium comes with a multi-information in-dash satellite navigation system and single CD / DVD player ( 7-inch touch screen ).
Maximum efficiency comes in this system when the inter-disk spacing approximates the thickness of the boundary layer, and since boundary layer thickness is dependent on viscosity and pressure, the claim that a single design can be used efficiently for a variety of fuels and fluids is incorrect.
The legality of chain letters comes into question when they attempt to funnel monetary value to a single source.
Twice a day for 40 days, Goliath, the champion of the Philistines, comes out between the lines and challenges the Israelites to send out a champion of their own to decide the outcome in single combat, but Saul and all the Israelites are afraid.
If so, the episodes of mutilation and sexual abuse would form a single story, in which Set assaults Horus and loses semen to him, Horus retaliates and impregnates Set, and Set comes into possession of Horus ' Eye when it appears on Set's head.
Using floating-point variables and mathematical functions ( sin (), cos (), atan2 (), log (), exp (), sqrt () are the most popular ones ) of double precision as opposed to single precision comes at execution cost: the operations with double precision are usually slower.
The first record of Amadeus's marriage and use of the comital title (" count ", Latin comes ) comes from a single document dated 22 October 1030.
After a pleasant relationship with a single mother, Angie, Will comes up with the idea of attending a single parents group as a new way to pick up women.
Though Fab Five Freddy's contributions to hip-hop culture are numerous, perhaps the most historic comes from his 1982 single entitled Change the Beat.
" The parable, though, is more condensed than the allegory: a single principle comes to bear, and a single moral is deduced as it dawns on the reader or listener that the conclusion applies equally well to his own concerns.
The most commonly cited etymology for this is that it comes from the notion common among nineteenth-century antiquarians, but based on only a single 1500 manuscript, that it was used to fill empty space at the foot of stained-glass windows in medieval churches.