By the Same Word

1–10) where Philo is interpreting the lemma ja· pqos ́hgje teje?m t1m !dekv1m aqtoO t1m -bek (LXX Gen 4:2) so as to show how one perspective, donam %topom (represented by Cain), is replaced by another, jak1m docla (Abel), ...

Author: Ronald Cox

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 3110212145

Category: Religion

Page: 406

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This study compares writings from Second Temple Judaism, the New Testament and Gnosticism that adopt the Middle Platonic tri-partite view of reality, with its transcendent One, its cosmologically active intermediary, and its material realm, in their efforts to explain the relationship between the Deity and the physical cosmos. The study shows that these Jewish, Christian and Gnostic writings take up this intermediary doctrine to different ends, reflecting their distinctive views about creation and humanity’s place therein.

The Other Word

Yet they have done so from within a discourse that plants the possibility of " change while remaining the same ... political autonomy , meaning basic political rights ; physical autonomy , the right to make decisions concerning their ...

Author: Rosalva Aida Castillo

Publisher: IWGIA

ISBN: 9788790730437

Category: Social Science

Page: 151

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On December 22nd 1997, 32 women and 13 men in the los Naranjos encampment for displaced people in the community of Acteal, Chiapas, Mexico, were assassinated by heavily armed men. The voices and feelings of women that were lost among the numbers, cronologies, and political analyses of this mass of information are rescued in this book.

Another word or two or Architectural hints continued in lines to those Royal academicians who are painters addressed to them on the re election of Benjamin West to the president s chair 10th December 1806 by Fabricia Nunnez

... but exclaims , in the tranquillizing words of Hamlet , “ Rest ! rest ! perturbed spi“ rit ! ... taking that wish into considera tion in another point of view , be as advantageous to art , and in the same degree as Artists indulge ...

Author: Peter Coxe





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Another Word for Help

Same old, same old, the guilt slammed down on Keith like a hammer to an anvil. It was sharp at first, but after a couple of seconds it dulled down to a mere ache. Remember what Brandon said about not getting involved?

Author: K. E. Marlow

Publisher: K. E. Publishing

ISBN: 1953937020

Category: Fiction

Page: 348

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There’s a reason the words “help” and “hell” are only one letter off. Keith is a student struggling to pay for his last year of college. After fighting tooth and nail for a job as a live in personal assistant things are starting to look up. Free food, no bills to pay, a flexible schedule, and he still gets paid by the hour. His job is a dream come true! Until it isn’t. When the other PAs start getting fired or quit without warning Keith tries to stick it out for the student he’d been hired to assist; however, after a confrontation gone wrong he has to chose between saving himself or hanging onto the hope of helping someone who doesn’t want it.

Word Processing Technology in Japan

Finally, there are words which are basically the same word but are written with different characters; there is Only a minuscule difference in meaning, and they are either used as the same word, eg the two versions of 'gogen' (etymology) ...

Author: Nanette Gottlieb

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136114823

Category: Social Science

Page: 219

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This book deals with a topical issue relating to the use of script in Japan, one which has the potential to reshape future script policy through the mediation of both orthographic practices and social relations. It tells the story of the impact of one of the most significant technological breakthroughs in Japan in the latter part of this century: the invention and rapid adoption of word-processing technology capable of handling Japanese script in a society where the nature of that script had previously mandated handwriting as the norm. The ramifications of this technology in both the business and personal spheres have been wide-ranging, extending from changes to business practices, work profiles, orthography and social attitudes to writing through to Japan's ability to construct a substantial presence on the Internet in recent years.

Another Word for Murder

“Being cross and using cross words isn't the same as doing Cookie's puzzles, sweetheart.” But Lily's brain had already flown off in another direction. “Guess why Bear likes to swim?” she demanded of Belle. “Why?” was the amused response ...

Author: Nero Blanc

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1497671752

Category: Fiction

Page: 289

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Murder moves into the neighborhood in this witty and suspenseful crossword mystery featuring husband-and-wife sleuth team Belle Graham and Rosco Polycrates Belle Graham and her canine bodyguards, Kit and Gabby, are enjoying their daily outing in the local dog park with new friends Karen Tacete, her daughter Lily, and their dog Bear. But Karen’s picture-perfect life shatters when her husband, Dan, fails to return home. He’s barely been declared officially missing when Karen receives a ransom note that includes a dire warning: If she contacts the police or the FBI, Dan dies. Who would kidnap the popular dentist against whom no one ever had a cross word? That’s what Belle and her husband, PI Rosco Polycrates, need to find out. When the Tacete abduction escalates to murder, Belle and Rosco realize the solution may lie in the baffling nursery rhyme–themed crosswords Belle has been receiving. As they dig into the life of Newcastle’s most charitable DDS, they soon find themselves up to their eyeteeth in danger, racing to fill in the blanks of a plan orchestrated by someone out to make a killing. This ebook includes six crossword puzzles that can be downloaded as PDFs, with answers in the back of the book. Another Word for Murder is the 7th book in the Crossword Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.

The Great Cryptogram

from the bottom of the second subdivision of 74 : 2 , counting up and forward , the 304th word is the same 86th word - jade ... counting in the bracketed words and additional hyphenated words , again brings us to the same word , jade .

Author: Ignatius Donnelly



Category: Ciphers

Page: 998

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Rhyme Meter and Other Word Music

The words rhyme exactly , meaning their vowel sounds and end consonant sounds are the same . In the case of hard “ shake / mistake / flake , " we see that all of the words have a long a sound and end in a k sound . sound .

Author: Jennifer Fandel

Publisher: The Creative Company

ISBN: 9781583413425

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

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Describes the use of rhyme and meter in poetry.

Just Another Word or Two

... those without the same Were by fate the unadorned But to be shunned and mourned So much for material shacklings Yet upon the blessed shores of the living Hell There was meaning Beyond mere contrivance And conceit There was virtue In ...

Author: Joseph Jackson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1503536068

Category: Poetry

Page: 158

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In this book the reader shall chance upon a voyage of of the heart, a voyage equally disheartening, beauty, the importance of owning a pet. Also a plea to do away with arms, the joy of a good fish dinner, precious stones, to beware birds of field and their gatherings, a heeding to beware of clowns, boy's first kiss with a dolphin, a flower girl who rather not,etc. "JUST A WORD OR TWO" takes the reader on a trip to the world of prose and enthralls with the magic of the moment as the reader takes off on a magic carpet ride into a wonderland of verses. It also introduces the reader to poetry a bit off the beaten path which would most certainly be a sight for sore eyes. Therefore for those poetry followers whom seek engrossing reading there is a wealth of perusing covering a quite diverse number of topics. It should altogether make for a welcomed wealth of more varied subject matter.