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These scholars understand the term to refer to schools of Buddhism that did not accept the teachings of the Mahayana Sutras as authentic teachings of the Buddha.
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These scholars also maintain that Jesus was the only human ever elected and that individuals must be " in Christ " ( Eph 1: 3 – 4 ) through faith to be part of the elect.
These fragments typically feature lacunae or gaps that scholars fill with ' educated guesses ', including for example a " brilliant supplement " by Maurice Bowra in fr. 34, a hymn to the Dioscuri that includes a description of St Elmo's fire in the ship's rigging.
These scholars have claimed this element represents an Old English word amor, the name of a woodland bird.
These have sometimes been identified as another, separate work, the Ezra Memorial ( EM ), but other scholars believe the EM to be fictional and heavily altered by later editors.
These scholars have held that, if not for Confucianism's influence on these cultures, many of the people of the East Asia region would not have been able to modernize and industrialize as quickly as Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, and even China have done.
These theories were first applied in the 1920s by Chinese scholars such as Guo Moruo, and became orthodoxy in academic study after 1949.
These metrical inconsistencies ( along with a knowledge of comparative linguistics ) have led scholars to infer the presence of a lost digamma in the original Ionic text of the poem.
These scholars influenced methods of research and editing, due in part to the Islamic practice of isnad which emphasized fidelity to written record, checking sources, and skeptical inquiry.
" These difficulties have led many scholars to assume that Ezra arrived in the seventh year of the rule of Artaxerxes II, i. e. some 50 years after Nehemiah.
These scholars argue that the book does not attempt to claim that Qoheleth / Solomon wrote the book, but rather to use Qoheleth / Solomon as the main character in a book of wisdom literature.
These influences have led some scholars to suggest that Islamic law may have laid the foundations for " the common law as an integrated whole ".
These scholars note parallels with a series of Morisco forgeries, the Sacromonte tablets of Granada, dating from the 1590s ; or otherwise with Morisco reworkings of Christian and Islamic traditions, produced following the expulsion of the Moriscos from Spain.
These picshuas have been the topic of study by Wells scholars for many years, and recently a book was published on the subject.
These later scholars tested their claims and agreed to them, so that today, they are considered the most reliable collections of hadith.
These dreams are another factor which has lead some scholars to associate Imhotep with the Biblical figure of Joseph.
These manuscripts were brought back to the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris and studied by French scholars Charles Defrémery and Beniamino Sanguinetti.
These are generally regarded as anachronisms, and most scholars believe that they refer to Sarmatians or Scythians.
These guidelines are used by projects encoding historical documents, the works of particular scholars, periods, or genres, and so on.
These scholars point to statements about judicial review made in the Constitutional Convention and the state ratifying conventions, statements about judicial review in publications debating ratification, and court cases before Marbury that involved judicial review.
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These new poems have only a few direct references to jazz and jazz musicians, but they show changes in Patchen's approach to his poetry, for he has tried to enter into and understand the emotional attitude of the jazz musician.
These problems frequently arise where a firm is making items for the Government not directly along the lines of its normal civilian business or where the Government specifications require operations that the firm did not understand when it undertook the contract.
These children have been described as those who were trying to say something to adults who did not understand.
These Arminians reject the concept of individual election entirely, preferring to understand the doctrine in corporate terms.
These anthropologists continue to concern themselves with the distinct ways people in different locales experience and understand their lives, but they often argue that one cannot understand these particular ways of life solely from a local perspective ; they instead combine a focus on the local with an effort to grasp larger political, economic, and cultural frameworks that impact local lived realities.
These traditional problems often lay unsolved for centuries, and mathematicians gradually came to understand their depth ( in some cases ), rather than treat them as puzzles.
These fossils help scientists to date the core and to understand the depositional environment in which the rock units formed.
These investors are typically institutions, such as pension funds, university endowments and foundations, or high-net-worth individuals, who are considered to have the knowledge or resources to understand the nature of the funds.
These techniques allow organizations to understand their existing code assets ( using discovery tools ), provide new user and application interfaces to existing code, improve workflow, contain costs, minimize risk, and enjoy classic qualities of service ( near 100 % uptime, security, scalability, etc.
These mean, respectively, how people understand themselves to be able to be in a right relationship with supernatural powers, and how to explain evil-or why bad things seem to happen to those who seem to be good people ".
These outbreaks do not trouble the trainers with experience, for they understand the condition the men are in.
These inscriptions have helped modern scholars to understand the nature and development of the Kannada language and its literature.
These discoveries also played a key role in the development of a new discipline of geohistorical analysis within geology in the 1820s that sought to understand the history of the earth by using evidence from fossils to reconstruct extinct organisms and the environments in which they lived.
These languages are considerably different from both modern Ukrainian and Russian, but similar enough that a modern educated Ukrainian or Russian reader can understand 11th-century texts reasonably well.
These stored programs could automatically load further more complex software from external storage devices without user intervention, to form an inexpensive turnkey system that does not require a computer expert to understand or to use the device.
These laws argue that youth do not have the reasoning capabilities to fully understand their actions and should therefore be prohibited from these actions until a certain age, even if those prohibitions create a hindrance for adults as well.
These were conceded partly out of expediency and partly because the Qing officials did not yet know of international law or understand the long term consequences.
These try to understand not just one-off encounters but protracted stand-offs, and mainly differ in the criteria by which an individual decides to give up rather than risk loss and harm in physical conflict ( such as through estimates of Resource holding potential ).
These scandals identified Board members who either did not exercise their responsibilities or did not have the expertise to understand the complexities of the businesses.