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of or connected with a deluge

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gratiam diluvium nominat), which Hubmaier related to the biblical flood and the sanctuary of the ark as a figure of baptism and its salvific character (Gen.
Galaxy and diluvium, the infinite and the eternal, enter into the orbit of human interests.
And yet the widespread unconsolidated superficial deposits (so-called "diluvium") that rested on top of the older Tertiary and still older Secondary strata indicated that an important conceptual gap still remained between the present and Tertiary time.
(35) "Quoad originem et antiquitatem Emblematis seu Symboli, non desunt scriptores, qui illius authorem constituunt magnum Israelitici populi ducem, Mosen, asseverantque, se in evolvendis sacris ipsius voluminibus reperire nescio quae emblematum vestigia, qualia sunt arbor vitae, plantata in paradiso terrestri; Iris, post universale diluvium supra nubes pluvias formata; columba, viridem oleae ramum sustinens, et c.", Philippo Piccinelli, Mundus symbolicus,/in emblematum universitate, formatus, explicatus, et tam sacris,/quam profanis eruditionibus ac sententiis illustratus:/subministrans/oratoribus, praedicatoribus, academicis,/poetis et c.
In consequence, the assembly concur in Jove's decision to destroy humankind--"illa propago / contemptrix superum," as impious collectively as Lycaon had been individually, "saevaeque avidissima caedis / et violenta" (1.160-162)--by the diluvium that ensues: "perdendum est mortale genus" (188).
Then Durio recounted the epic story of the diluvium. "Once this entire land became flooded," he began.
Os vocabulos eruditos titulus e dignus foram pronunciados com um i, diluvium e studium com um u, como o mostram as formas do antigo frances titele, digne e diluvie, estudie, e do portugues titulo, digno e diluvio, estudio tomados do latim depois da reforma (cf.
Linguarum diversitas exorta est in aedificatione turris post diluvium. Nam priusquam superbia turris illius in diversos signorum sonos humanam divideret societatem, una omnium nationum lingua fuit, quae Hebraea vocatur [...] Initio autem quot gentes, tot linguae fuerunt, deinde plures gentes quam linguae; quia ex una lingua multae sunt gentes exortae.
Post obitum vero Noe convenerunt duces in unum, in campum Sennaar, et timentes diluvium consilio Nemrod coeperunt aedificare turrim, quae pertingeret usque ad caelos, habentes lateres pro cemento.
I have examined this manuscript in person): "Concedunt igitur inventas scientias in aliqua parte mundi (ut in Grecia post Deucalionis diluvium), sed in mundo semper fuisse scientias.
The author of over thirty novels and novellas in addition to several collections of short stories, Willem Brakman creates in Ante Diluvium a surrealistic world of youthful violence where young boys plot evil acts against their elders and against one another.
Geology of the bridge site includes layered alluvium and diluvium deposits over what is called the hard Akashi or Kobe layer.