This can help in defining the context of your search.
But in its new context, this meaning can hardly be retained.
Dr. Cummins places the story of the Picts in its historical context.
The course places the history of medicine in a social and cultural context.
If these words, therefore, belong to the original context, they mark it as not from Micah's hand; though they might be a later gloss.
There is also a need to understand the more specific context, in which racism is reproduced in society on an everyday basis.
In its original context, that of the Jerusalem Talmud, 12 the passage refers to the Greek translation of Aquila.
Still, the context in which the quotation occurs makes it evident that the subject-matter was not the nature of particular species nor the spiritual lessons to be drawn therefrom, but rather the place occupied by animal beings in the system of creation.
Here the editor simply changed the name Noah in the context before him into Enoch, for the statement is based on Gen.
But the words have little connexion with the context in Isaiah, and may be the quotation of a copyist suggested by ver.
There is a mention of Marcion in the same context, but it is unintelligible.
In theology the term "accommodation" is used rather loosely to describe the employment of a word, phrase, sentence or idea, in a context other than that in which it originally occurred; the actual wording of the quotation may be modified to a greater or lesser extent.
Unfortunately the methods pursued were as little reasonable as those adopted by the medieval Jewish Rabbis; instead of the context being studied as a whole, with a view to the recovery of its literal sense, each single verse was considered separately, and explained as an allusion to some obscure myth or as embodying some mystical meaning.
In other cases the pronunciation can be ascertained only from the context, as in use, unvoiced for the substantive, voiced for the verb.
But there is no mention of a third article in the creed, beyond a reference to the Holy Ghost in the context of 2 Tim.
And these words with their context prove that Paul, like the Fathers of the church, regarded the gods and goddesses as real living supernatural beings, but malignant.
Because truth is a value and vitally valuable, and all meaning depends on its context and its relation to us, there cannot be any abstract "absolute" truth disconnected from all human purposes.
The context of the religious debates was current when the plays were written and performed.
Then the teacher can move from that to a classroom context.
And some forty of these propositions represent, more or less accurately, certain sentences or ideas of Loisy, when torn from their context and their reasons.
The LD environment element cannot suffice to encapsulate the functionality of a learning object context.
The first section lays out the basics of the "wider organizational context" mentioned above.
A cross reference points directly to any remote naming context.
Every major physics concept is treated, but should arrive to the student in a real-world context.
What is important is the social context of the organization for health.
He maintains that " the Greek of the New Testament may never be understood as classical Greek is understood," and accuses the revisers of distorting the meaning " by translating in accordance with Attic idiom phrases that convey in later Greek a wholly different sense, the sense which the earlier translators in happy ignorance had recognized that the context demanded."
In the wider context, dementia services need to be considered.
Supplier, master and consumer references are held in the context prefix entry of the naming context prefix that has been replicated.
That said, he would set out the broader context for manufacturing.