Roger Hodskins said: "It is wonderful in this day and age to belong to an organisation like the Royal Antediluvian
Order of Buffaloes who, together with the International Order of Ladies Glades and friends like all the members of the Parkview Social Club, can put together donations to great causes like CLIC Sargent.
Considering the ages of a number of the antediluvian
lives, see the "Metonic Cycle" which is based on 19 years.
on clayed fence posts, antediluvian
At the moment there are many platforms that are accessible by stairs or that dreadful antediluvian
lift that takes people a very long way round.
what falls, antediluvian
as a psalm, but all that will emerge
According to Beaulieu, the king was the focal point of wisdom and the closely related antediluvian
knowledge in pre-Kassite times; lie was a culture bearer and responsible for ensuring harmony with the gods.
W]e must stop exploiting the Second Amendment to justify our pathetic, quasi-patriotic, petty imitations of antediluvian
, cowboy-esque individualism.
Inspired by an Irish postgraduate conference for medievalists, the contributors find evidence in the attitudes of medieval translators on literal translation, in antediluvian
lore in Irish texts, in the sources of Aelfric's descriptions of animals and his applications, in Giraldus as a natural historian, in Julian of Norwich's visions and revisions, in alchemy and poetics in The Canterbury Tales, in Middle English debates of mortality, in Whittocksmead's approach to compilation and organization as well as identity, and in the Protestant imagery of Piers Plowman.
legislation also makes adultery a crime, with a one-year brig sentence.
tradition lent important support to the Christian perspective that had divided the Jewish Jesus community almost from its very Inception.
Perhaps, it is time that the Florida legal system awakens to the antediluvian
charter of F.
Gould summarized the legend as follows: "In the heroic version, John Scopes was persecuted, [Clarence] Darrow rose to Scopes' defense and smote the antediluvian
[William Jennings] Bryan, and the antievolution movement dwindled or ground to at least a temporary halt.
Still, Hart seems to recognize that such positions were, even at the time, antediluvian
Constructed to make the Tennessee River more navigable and less flood prone, as well as to reclaim the "marginal lands" of the Tennessee Valley, the TVA's several dozen dams were also meant to bring electricity to the region and, thereby, "social uplift" to people living in a "seemingly antediluvian
world of sorghum mills, wood-fired stoves, and one-room schoolhouses," writes Tom Vanderbilt, a Brooklyn-based writer.
In the antediluvian
'80s, when mass participation in the Internet was still but a gleam in Al Gore's eye, an enthusiastic network of avant-garde geeks was exploring an embryonic cyberspace.