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Jesus united in himself the fragments of our lost humanity, in his life, in his death, in his resurrection.
How this fragment came to America is unknown, and scholars say they can't be sure it's from Qumran.
The fractured fragment and the maxillary right central incisor were cleaned using pumice and water slurry.
The diagnosis of dorsal herniated disc fragment is made on the basis of magnetic resonance imaging and intraoperative findings.
The study group found that the ants carried long fragments at a steeper angle than short fragments of the same mass.
If the fragment is indeed an original copy of Deuteronomy, the revelation has the potential to change the understanding - and possibly even the wording - of the modern Bible, Charlesworth said.
Reck's descriptions of (he individual fragments are characterized by great attention to detail, which will greatly facilitate future research.
L] are the heavy and light fragment deformation energy, respectively, calculated using the Nilsson model [8] and CE is the Coulomb interaction energy between the two fragments separated by 2 fm.
However, it is a sentence fragment because it does not contain a complete thought.
The acquisition layer is made up of a plurality of fragments of a liquid-absorbing, open-celled, polyacrylate-based foam material.
DNA fragments from C/preM and NS5 genes amplified by RT-PCR assays employing primers WN212/WN619c (5'-TTGTGTTGGCTCTCTTGGCGTTCTT-3'/5'-CAGCCGACAGCACTGGACATTCATA-3') and WN9483/ WN9794c (5'-CACCTACGCCCTAAACACTTTCACC3"/5'-GGAACCTGCTGCCAATCATACCATC-3') were sequenced.
Over the next 18 years, he found many more bone chips, including a large fragment of a rib, at the same place.
Spectra from Spitzer also reveal that the largest fragment, dubbed C, contains a higher abundance of micrometer-size silicate grains than is typically seen in intact short-period comets, says Cincinnati-based Spitzer scientist Michael Sitko of the Space Science Institute.
Following a complete list of plays and fragments, acknowledgments, and abbreviations (viii-xvi), this volume includes an introduction (1-12) and entries on 104 plays: Albion Knight (fragment); All for Money; Apius and Virginia; The Ashmole Fragment; The Bugbears; Calisto and Melebea; Cambises; The Cambridge Prologue; The Castle of Perseverance; Christ's Burial; Christ's Resurrection; Clyomon and Clamydes, Common Conditions; The Conflict of Conscience; The Contention between Liberality and Prodigality; The Conversion of St.
The native Ara h2 protein digested with these enzymes produced a 10-kDa protein fragment that was stable for the length of the experiment.