about 332 B.C. It is possible that he is correct in placing the building of the temple at the later date, but probably he errs in connecting it with the secession of Manasseh, which, according to Nehemiah, occurred a century earlier; it has been suggested that he has confused Darius Codomannus with his predecessor, Darius Nothus.
76, errs in stating that he used the title imperator as a praenomen.
" The philosopher who errs in his predictions observes silence for the rest of his life."
The view (traceable no doubt to the Aristotelian definition) that equity mitigates the hardships of the law where the law errs through being framed in universals, is to be found in some of the earlier writings.
Since 19 Julian years make 6939 days, 18 hours, the relation errs by only I.
The Second, ?9, Gives Seven Intercalary Days In Twenty Nine Years, And Errs In Defect, As It Supposes A Year Of 365 Days 5 Hours 47 Min.
He died on the 9th of July 1228, and was buried in Canterbury Cathedral, where his tomb, unless tradition errs, may still be seen.
But he errs in attributing the fall of the rate of interest which takes place in the progress of industry to the increase in the quantity of money.
Froissart errs in describing this knight as Thomas, lord of Berkeley, for the covenant made in 1360 for the release of Maurice is still among the Berkeley muniments, the ransom being stated at 1080.
errs when he discusses, as he recently did in Singapore, the possibility of an exit.
But in its overall image of the medieval Italian city, the book perhaps errs a little on the side of stability.
It is of course obvious that the reason sometimes errs in some of these statements.
errs too far on the side of persuasion.
However, he errs when arguing that new nationalism is based on cultural divergence and not on cultural superiority.
It errs by excess; for it is apt to become too paternal in the administration of law and justice.
even solar people have to conform to some rules. ' Cupitt errs in dividing philosophy from social and economic life.
c. io) defines equity as a better sort of justice, which corrects legal justice where the latter errs through being expressed in a universal form and not taking account of particular cases.
Even solar people have to conform to some rules. ' Cupitt errs in dividing philosophy from social and economic life.
A parent can compromise with a brightly patterned swimsuit that is even a two-piece yet still errs on the side of being youthful.
" All the world errs, Rome and Jerusalem err, only the Scoti and the Britones are in the right " is quoted as the opinion of the Scoti and Britones in 634.
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