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appearing in a biblical canon

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of or relating to or required by canon law

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reduced to the simplest and most significant form possible without loss of generality

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conforming to orthodox or recognized rules

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On January 19, the Holy Synod, if it deems the Sunday vote canonic, is going to elect the Nevrokop Metropolitan between the two finalists.
Jews had their name for their books (miqra--that which is read), Christians, who disagreed among themselves as to exactly which books actually constitute canonical scriptures, had their name(s) for the canonic collection.
According to its canonic form, a 1:2 demux should contain just one transistor per branch.
Temperature is the variable that better explains the ordering in the species in axis 1, with a canonic coefficient of 0.
Simon McVeigh's chapter--written in memory of the late Meredith McFarlane, who was to have been a co-author--serves simultaneously to illuminate a previously largely-ignored institution within British musical culture and to place it within the context of more familiar canonic works and ideas ('Trial by Dining Club: The Instrumental Music of Haydn, Clementi and Mozart at London's Anacreontic Society', pp.
They were to incorporate any of the following: canonic manipulations--retrograde, inversion, inversion-retrograde, augmentation; transposition, chordal structures of the row (vertical combinations); rests, dynamics, contrasts in timbre and texture.
Perhaps a million different homemade selection albums in circulation might be the aim rather than some stone dead canonic discography' (p.
In this sense, this anthology is a step forward from earlier compilations of canonic Latino texts, which while valuable, contribute to the idea of a fixed, homogeneous notion of identity.
Just as in Canonic Texts in Media Research, the watertight compartments get leaky very quickly in The Happiness Game.
The Silcolease[R] UV series comprises both canonic and free-radical cure systems for ultimate flexibility.
If, as the book reminds us, during the Special Period Cuba saw "an explosion of forms of popular culture that questioned the canonic divide between 'high' and 'low,' sharply upheld by socialist cultural policies" (p.
It is precisely in the texts and symbols considered canonic for Polish identity, in the writings of Staszic, Mickiewicz, and Krasinski, in the legends of national liberation and the heroic myth of dying for the country, that Janion deciphers and unearths records and traces of half-explored themes--Jewish or simply antisemitic, as in Krasinskis The Undivine Comedy.
These opportunities include passage work in octaves between players, tempo fluctuations, pedaling, canonic entrances, as well as trading of lines from one player to the other.
Although generations of Poles have been schooled on the canonic works of the camps and Holocaust literature (e.
Despite the work being largely canonic, Sadat's show had resonance due to her personal decision to present it: She was adamant that her first ever show would be in Egypt, in the hopes that it would draw the world's attention to the country's modern art to supplement the widespread interest in its ancient art.