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The title " teacher " was first given to Aristotle by Muslim scholars, and was later used by Western philosophers ( as in the famous poem of Dante ) who were influenced by the tradition of Islamic philosophy.
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Certainly all can applaud passage of an auto title law, the school bills, the increase in teacher pensions, the ban on drag racing, acceptance by the state of responsibility for maintenance of state roads in municipalities at the same rate as outside city limits, repeal of the college age limit law and the road maintenance bond issue.
This work's title, translatable as " tutor ", refers to Christ as the teacher of all mankind, and it features an extended metaphor of Christians as children.
When the production of Richard Kelly's debut film, Donnie Darko, was threatened, Barrymore stepped forward with financing from Flower Films and took the small role of Karen Pomeroy, the title character's English teacher.
The main speaker in the book, identified by the name or title Qoheleth ( usually translated as " teacher " or " preacher "), introduces himself as " son of David, king in Jerusalem.
Jacob appointed Ephrem as a teacher ( Syriac, a title that still carries great respect for Syriac Christians ).
Her almost 60-year career crossed most media frontiers with both supporting and leading roles, but she may be best-remembered for playing the sardonic but engaging title character, a high school teacher, on Our Miss Brooks, and as the Rydell High School principal in the films Grease and Grease 2.
Rahel Berkovits, an Orthodox Talmud teacher at Jerusalem's Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies, states that as a result of such changes in Haredi and Modern Orthodox Judaism, " Orthodox women found and oversee prayer communities, argue cases in rabbinic courts, advise on halachic issues, and dominate in social work activities that are all very associated with the role a rabbi performs, even though these women do not have the official title of rabbi.
* Rahel Berkovits, an Orthodox Talmud teacher at Jerusalem's Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies, states that as a result of such changes in Haredi and Modern Orthodox Judaism, " Orthodox women have founded and overseen prayer communities, argue cases in rabbinic courts, advise on halachic issues, and dominate in social work activities that are all very associated with the role a rabbi performs, even though these women do not have the official title of rabbi.
The Head teacher of a Scottish High School / Secondary School is often known by the title of Rector.
Women were forbidden to join with men during the time of prayer ; fasting on Sunday was condemned ; no one was to retreat at home or in the mountains during Lent ; the Eucharist was to be taken in church and not brought home ; excommunicated persons were not to be sheltered by bishops ; a cleric was forbidden to become a monk on the motivation of a more perfect life ; no one was to assume the title " doctor " ( Latin for teacher ); women were not to be accounted " virgins " until they had reached the age of forty.
) best known as Rabbeinu Gershom ( Hebrew: רבנו גרשום, " Our teacher Gershom ") and also commonly known to scholars of Judaism by the title Rabbeinu Gershom Me ' Or Hagolah (" Our teacher Gershom the light of the exile "), was a famous Talmudist and Halakhist.
On December 6 of that year, however, Nápoles lost his title to British boxing teacher John H. Stracey, who won over Nápoles by a technical knockout in round six at Mexico City despite being floored by Nápoles in round one.
Pentemychos means " five recesses " or " five chambers ," also known as the pentagonas — the five-angle, and was the title of a work written by Pythagoras ' teacher and friend Pherecydes of Syros.
In 1693 Couperin succeeded his teacher Thomelin as organist at the Chapelle Royale ( Royal Chapel ) with the title organiste du Roi, organist by appointment to Louis XIV.
Doctor of the Church ( Latin doctor, teacher, from Latin docere, to teach ) is a title given by a variety of Christian churches to individuals whom they recognize as having been of particular importance, particularly regarding their contribution to theology or doctrine.
The progression of each episode essentially followed an improv format known as the Harold, which was invented by Del Close, improv teacher and mentor to the UCB ( who also contributed the voiceover in the show's opening title sequence ).
In that sense, the title “ Buddha ” is reserved for Shakyamuni simply because he happened to be the one to fulfil the role of teacher and model for all those who follow his path .” Nichren Shoshu believes that Nichiren was the “ Original Buddha of kuon ganjo ” while SGI views Nichiren as simply an ordinary person who attained Buddhahood “ I, Nichiren, vowed ... to attain Buddhahood ”.
* March 17-High school teacher Freddie Little becomes the world's Jr. Middleweight champion, defeating Stanley Hayward for the vacant world title, Las Vegas.
He joined the civil service as a forestry official, worked as a teacher in his uncle's private forestry institution, and in 1810 received the title of chief forester, but was not yet assigned a commensurate position.
* Der Schüler Gerber hat absolviert ( 1930 ) ( this semi-autobiographical novel tells the story of a grammar school student under the oppression of a tyrannical teacher ); later editions bore the shortened title Der Schüler Gerber, under which the novel is now generally known.
But he earned a higher title to fame in that he was the champion of his Church's faith during a long and active life, her trusted leader in time of trial, and for more than half a century the most conspicuous teacher of her ministry.
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He went to Key West every fall and winter and was the only man in town who did not know that his title of `` Commodore '' was never used without irony.
The earlier of them was an unofficial enterprise, sponsored by Life magazine, under the title of The National Purpose.
In order to further refine the management of passenger vehicles, on July 1, 1958, the actual title to every vehicle was transferred, by Executive Order, to the Division of Methods, Research and Office Services.
In Berlin he published his views of the chemical laws of nature in German and this was issued in French translation ( Paris, 1813 ) under the title Recherches Sur l'identite Des Forces chimiques et electriques, a work held in very high esteem by the new generation of research chemists.
Again it was used as the title for the hoss wrangler, and when the order was given to go out and `` rustle the hosses '', it meant for 'im to go out and herd 'em in.
Van Brocklin, the quarterback who led the Eagles to the title, was signed by the Vikings last Wednesday.
For example, there was sheet music with the word `` jazz '' in the title, to illustrate how a word of uncertain origin took hold.
She asked him and, laughing, she added, `` I was nervous about buying a book with a title like that, but I knew you'd like it ''.
Lincoln later noted that this move was " partly on account of slavery " but mainly due to land title difficulties.
Aplu, it is suggested, comes from the Akkadian Aplu Enlil, meaning " the son of Enlil ", a title that was given to the god Nergal, who was linked to Shamash, Babylonian god of the sun.
Aplu, meaning the son of, was a title given to the god Nergal, who was linked to the Babylonian god of the sun Shamash.
A port was in development for the 5200 and advertised as a launch title but never officially released, although an unofficial release was produced by AtariAge.
The Atari 7800 version was a launch title and featured co-operative play, it was the built in game on the European Atari 7800 release.
( This package was released for the PC a year earlier under the title Atari: 80 Classic Games in One.
The title was an implicit admission that such chapters as Chapter 7, " The Piper at the Gates of Dawn ", could not survive translation to the theatre.
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How, for example, could a Voltaire understand the strange predicament in which a Rousseau would find himself when, soon after the furor of his first Discourse, he acquired still another title to fame??
This first film was based on the 1957 novel 4: 50 from Paddington ( U. S. title, What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw!
At first it was employed as a respectful title for any monk, but it was soon restricted by canon law to certain priestly superiors.
One of his first acts as Emperor was to persuade the Senate to grant divine honours to Hadrian, which they had at first refused ; his efforts to persuade the Senate to grant these honours is the most likely reason given for his title of Pius ( dutiful in affection ; compare pietas ).
Moody and Sankey began publishing their compositions in 1875, and " Amazing Grace " appeared three times with three different melodies, but they were the first to give it its title ; hymns were typically published using the first line of the lyrics, or the name of the tune such as " New Britain ".
As a spa city, Aachen could use the title Bad Aachen, but as the town then would not appear in first place on alphabetically ordered lists, it declined to do so.
She was only the third Roman woman ( Livia Drusilla and Antonia Minor received this title ) and only the second living Roman woman ( the first being Antonia ) to receive this title.
In disposition Alexander bore little resemblance to his soft-hearted, liberal father, and still less to his refined, philosophic, sentimental, chivalrous, yet cunning granduncle, emperor Alexander I of Russia, who could have been given the title of " the first gentleman of Europe ".
The title ' Nobilissimus ' was given to senior army commanders, the future emperor Alexios I Komnenos being the first to be thus honoured.
o Bolonhês ), King of Portugal ( 5 May 1210 in Coimbra – 16 February 1279 in Alcobaça, Coimbra or Lisbon ) was the first to use the title King of Portugal and the Algarve, from 1249.
Amos, however, is the first prophet whose name also serves as the title of the corresponding biblical book in which his story is found.
One side-effect of the timing is that, as Alan was awarded a knighthood a few months before the divorce, both his first and second wife are entitled to take the title of Lady Ayckbourn.
The first is my father is king, which could be considered simply as a generic title given to a crown prince.
The first occurred in, but is the subject of controversy, with supporters of the Pottsville Maroons believing that Pottsville should have gotten the title.
Their second title, and the first to be received through a championship game, came in, two decades before the first Super Bowl game was played.
In 1980, after a nine game winning streak, the Falcons posted a franchise then-best record of 12 – 4 and captured their first NFC West division title.
In the late 9th-century Anglo-Saxon Chronicle ( around four hundred years after his time ) Ælle is recorded as being the first bretwalda, or " Britain-ruler ", though there is no evidence that this was a contemporary title.
AZ's second championship was the first Eredivisie title in 28 years, and the first time since then that the Eredivisie was won by a team other than the " big three " ( Ajax, PSV and Feyenoord ).