In English - applying a canon of literature from a variety of cultures.
The Youngs and their family lived in the converted attic, where Canon Willis had kept a huge train set.
The church did not put together a canon that made books authoritative because they were included in it.
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Christians accepted the same Old Testament canon from them.
He was first appointed as a residentiary canon and only became Chancellor after several years with us.
In 25 years the literary canon has greatly expanded.
The first five books of the Hebrew canon are known as the Torah meaning ' the Law '.
What we do ask is how the Covenant should be related to canon law.
The church not only employed priests and bishops, but also canon lawyers, estate managers, scholars and lecturers.
He will speak on the process of canon formation in Spanish cinema and TV.
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The New Testament canon in its current form was first formally attested in 367.
Symphonique #3 (Ode To Venus) - a twelve part canon with a four bar coda.
Proven project management of wright 's canon such a success.
Unlike Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam, Druidry had no human founder, nor does it have a fixed canon of scriptures.
The poor canon of the cathedral of Paris was spiked again.
William Florence remained a canon of the new capitular body till his death in 1547, when he was succeeded by Sewell.
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Inside can be found many wood carvings by a Canon Wilson, a vicar there for 40 years.
Canon Vincent Berry, parish priest, was the principal celebrant.
Rosary at 7 p.m. and Mass at 7.30 p.m. Canon McBride is the main celebrant.
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Pachelbel was another baroque composer, today chiefly known for his sublime Canon in D.
Concordats extend the reach of Canon Law, and human rights lawyers express concern about the impending Slovak " conscience concordat ".
Canon 21: A monk or nun may not leave one convent for another.
Canon David Yeoman served curacies in the parishes of Caerphilly and Cardiff.
While they did not delimit the canon as Marcion did, the Gnostics also performed a catalytic function in the formation of the canon.
Married to a canon of Westminster, she was deeply devotional woman who modeled her life on Catherine of Siena.
He was awarded a doctorate in Canon Law in 1991.
A serious fire in 1985 destroyed the chief surviving feature, a large C15 roof of the former canon 's dormitory.
There is a display made by Canon that uses nano-composites, but they are metallic particles and not quantum dots.
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But the code of governance of the " canon " specifically excludes any person from being " nobody else but themself.
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Publication of the Assyrian eponym canon, begun in 1862, failed to break the suspense.
Our only niggles concern the Canon menu system, which is just too esoteric for our liking.
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The peasantry were also called upon as canon fodder in times of war.
We also saw two of our new canon retaining headstocks and a lot of other bells and bits.
The Upper House, in theory, defies every canon of democracy, since its membership is mainly appointed and partly hereditary.
Did you realize that as an atheist turned agnostic, RVW wrote a vast canon of church music and edited four major hymnals?
Only with the shrinkage of the literary canon in the Roman period would Apollodorus' enterprise have begun to be conceivable.
The upper voices form a mensural canon: they sing the same melody but at slightly different speeds.
We would like to thank Canon Philip Dearden for his prayers and comforting ministrations during our father 's illness and on his final journey.
The church has a long-time commitment to the ministry of evangelism, through the former vicar, Canon John Collins.
The Index reveals an alternative literary canon of the poets most widely read in printed miscellanies.