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  • 1 quoted passage — index excerpt, reference (citation) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 Quoted — Quote Quote (kw[=o]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Quoted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Quoting}.] [OF. quoter, F. coter to letter, number, to quote, LL. quotare to divide into chapters and verses, fr. L. quotus. See {Quota}.] [Formerly written also {cote}.] 1. To …

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  • 3 passage — noun 1 narrow way through ADJECTIVE ▪ long, short ▪ narrow, small ▪ winding ▪ connecting, side …

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  • 4 quoted — kwəʊt n. citation, passage taken from another source; commercial offer; quotation mark, punctuation mark used to enclose a direct citation (the mark ) v. cite, repeat the words of another person; offer as evidence to support a claim; state a… …

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  • 5 Northwest Passage — For other uses, see Northwest Passage (disambiguation). Northwest Passage routes The Northwest Passage is a sea route through the …

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  • 6 Northwest Passage (newspaper) — Cover of v.1, n.2 (April 10, 1969) issue. Photo showing members of the local freak community, including Northwest Passage staffers. Frank Kathman is the tall, mustachioed man in the upper right. The Northwest Passage was a bi weekly underground… …

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  • 7 Northwest Passage (song) — Northwest Passage copyright 1981 Written by Stan Rogers Language English Original artist Stan Rogers Recorded by Garnet Rogers, Coyote Run, Chor Leoni Northwest Passage is one of the best known songs by Canadian musician Stan Rogers. An a… …

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  • 8 List of cultural references in The Cantos — This is a list of people, places, events, etc. that feature in Ezra Pound s The Cantos , a long, incomplete poem in 120 sections, each of which is a canto. It is a book length work, widely considered to present formidable difficulties to the… …

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  • 9 Extreme Unction — • A sacrament to give spiritual aid and comfort and perfect spiritual health, including, if need be, the remission of sins, and also, conditionally, to restore bodily health, to Christians who are seriously ill Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight …

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  • 10 Sifra — (Aramaic: סִפְרָא) is the Halakic midrash to Leviticus. It is frequently quoted in the Talmud, and the study of it followed that of the Mishnah, as appears from Tanḥuma, quoted in Or Zarua , i. 7b. Like Leviticus itself, the midrash is… …

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  • 11 Eusebius of Caesarea —     Eusebius of Cæsarea     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Eusebius of Cæsarea     Eusebius Pamphili, Bishop of Cæsarea in Palestine, the Father of Church History ; b. about 260; d. before 341.     LIFE     It will save lengthy digression if we at… …

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  • 12 Shir ha-Shirim Zutta — (Hebrew: שיר השירים‏ ‏זוטא) is a midrash, or, rather, homiletic commentary, on Canticles; referred to in the various Yalḳuṭim and by the ancient Biblical commentators as Midrash Shir ha Shirim, or Agadat Shir ha Shirim. CharacteristicsThe De… …

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  • 13 Socrates and the beginnings of moral philosophy — Hugh H.Benson INTRODUCTION Cicero in Tusculan Disputations famously tells us that Socrates first called philosophy down from the sky, set it in cities and even introduced it into homes, and compelled it to consider life and morals, good and evil …

    History of philosophy

  • 14 Plato: metaphysics and epistemology — Robert Heinaman METAPHYSICS The Theory of Forms Generality is the problematic feature of the world that led to the development of Plato’s Theory of Forms and the epistemological views associated with it.1 This pervasive fact of generality appears …

    History of philosophy

  • 15 Gilyonim — is a term used by the scribes flourishing between 100 and 135 CE to denote the Gospels.Play upon wordsThe designation as used by them did not imply any mockery; Rabbi Meïr, who flourished after 135, a descendant of Greek proselytes, was the first …

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  • 16 Morganatic marriage — In the context of European royalty, a morganatic marriage is a marriage between people of unequal social rank, which prevents the passage of the husband s titles and privileges to the wife and any children born of the marriage. It is also known… …

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  • 17 quote — v. & n. v.tr. 1 cite or appeal to (an author, book, etc.) in confirmation of some view. 2 repeat a statement by (another person) or copy out a passage from (don t quote me). 3 (often absol.) a repeat or copy out (a passage) usu. with an… …

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  • 18 Cain and Abel — This article is about the first and second sons of Adam and Eve. For other uses, see Cain and Abel (disambiguation). Abel , Cain , and My Brother s Keeper redirect here. For other uses, see Abel (disambiguation), Cain (disambiguation), and My… …

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  • 19 Dusios — In the Gaulish language, Dusios[1] was a divine being[2] among the continental Celts[3] who was identified with the god Pan of ancient Greek religion and with the gods Faunus, Inuus, Silvanus, and Incubus of ancient Roman religion. Like these… …

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  • 20 Moral influence theory of atonement — Part of a series on Atonement in Christianity Moral influence Recapitulation Substitutionary …

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