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kai Sentence Examples

  • The expression of his eyes had something "liquid and melting" (TOW o��arwv Tip) Sc aXvaiv Kai iypbrfra), and the hair which stood up over his forehead gave the suggestion of a lion.

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  • Martyrer, 137), Kai is to be inserted before ll paacs, and this to be understood as the name of the metropolis.

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  • The period of Lent is still described as "the six weeks of the fast" (E 41360µ6,5Es TWV vioreLWV), Holy Week (7) ayia Kai µeyaAn E/380µas) not being reckoned in.

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  • The later tradition and the Shahname of Firdousi makes him (in the modern form Kai Gushtasp) king of Iran.

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  • 20 § 112), the followers of Basilides spoke of 7rvd,uaT& Tcva irpocrurrt pEva T?7 Ao'yujj 1,tvra KaT& Tcva T&paXov Kai aiyxvvev dpXucriv: that is to say, here also is assumed an original confusion and intermingling.

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  • The fundamental uniform fact in nature is constant change (lravra Xwpei Kai ovSiv Ova); everything both is and is not at the same time.

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  • 9 (4, 5), on the relation of Greek sacrifices and festivals to Kou'wviac and politics: al yap apxaiac Ovotac Kai vuvoSoa 4aivovrac yiyveo-Oat uera rhs Kaplrcov crvyKoptSas olov airapxai; cf.

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  • AMMONIUS GRAMMATICUS, the supposed author of a treatise entitled IIEpc 6yoLwv Kai &acaopwv (On the Di f ferences of Synonymous Expressions), of whom nothing is known.

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  • Porphyry says of Origen, Kara Tds rrepi lrpay f caTWV Kai Belot) bo s as `EXX vt cav (Euseb.

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  • Among the Alexandrian writers alchemy was designated as Xpvvoi TE Kai apyipou 7roc7Jvews TEXvn Oda Kai iepa or k7fc6TY] �7] iepa.

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  • The arch is surmounted by a triple attic with Corinthian columns; the frieze above the keystone bears, on the north-western side, the inscription aZS' 'Aqvat, OouEw 7rpiv rats, and on the south-eastern, aZS' do' `ASptavoii Kai ou X i Ono-Los 'TO Xis.

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  • 3, we have the following impossible sentence, where Esau is referred t0: vEKpbs i v iipet /Lap, Kai 7ropevbµEVOS 'Avovipa,u airiaavev.

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  • agapr avOVVC) Lire Kai 7rpavvovvc Tb Kolar, Kai vvveubocovae Tols 7rpavvovv11,.

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  • Kai EdY.

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  • 829a) calls the lotus iroav Tlva Kai bi -ccv.

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  • But at the time his spirit of inquiry provoked Strabo's criticism as something alien to the school (re) alrloXo'ylKOv Kai rò apuQror X ov, Orep EKl Xlvovaty of igirep,I).

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  • CHOSROES, in Middle and Modern Persian Khosrau (" with a good name "), a very common Persian name, borne by a famous king of the Iranian legend (Kai Khosrau); by a Parthian king, commonly called by the Greeks Osroes; and by the following two Sassanid kings.

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  • Farther south, in the province of Kai (KOshiu), and separating two great rivers, the Fuji-kawa and the Tenriu-gawa, there lies a range of hills with peaks second only to those of the Japanese Alps spoken of above.

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  • Shirane (Kai) 70,330.

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  • 112 Shirane-san (Kai)..

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  • His treatise IIEpi a pwv, uBaTwv, Kai T07rwv (Airs, Waters, and Places) contains the first enunciation of the principles of public health.

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  • ('E7rch,utcov a Kai -y'); (5) On Regimen in Acute Diseases (IIEpi cairns o Ewv); (6) On Airs, Waters, and Places (IIEpi cthpwv, l'6aTwv, Kai rorrwv); (7) On the Articulations (IIEpi etpBpwv); (8) On Fractures (IIEpi by c&v); (9) The Instruments of Reduction (M0xXix6s); (Jo) The Physician's Establishment, or Surgery (Kar' i rpEiov); (II) On Injuries of the Head (IIEpi KE0aXij TpwpaTwv); (12) The Oath ("OpKoi); (13) The Law (Nopos).

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  • On the other hand among the mainland cities revolt was frequent; they were ready to rebel Kai irapa SGvaµiv.

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  • As soon as the grapes were ripe, he squeezed the juice into a cup, and, raising it to his lips, mocked the seer, who retorted with the words, lIoXXa / �ra b Ira a Ki X K01 Kai xE6AEos aKpOU (" there is many a slip between the cup and the lip").

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  • 2, 3 the construction of St50vae followed by Kai instead of infinitive or Iva is unique in this book.

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  • aurcov, and another in i i, o g iv Kai ourc g cTLV.

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  • If the clause Kai k Tou aiyaros rC:ov µapri)pcov'Incroii in 6 is an addition, then he thinks the source was Jewish and the "blood of the saints" was that shed at the destruction of Jerusalem, and the forecast of the author related to the destruction of Rome.

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  • 30.3: St' EKEivov av ip0977 Tou Kai H y 'AlroKaXokt y EcepaKOTOS o15 E 'yap 7r0 7roXXOJ xpovov EWpeter/, aXXa U X Esov E7r1 T'91 iii.IETEpas ')'EUEas, ran TW ?Exec T?)s AoµETtavou - Apx7)s.

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  • 3, 4 (61) Kai rt icis iwp&Kayev Ev Tn irpwrl') rtXtKia) militate against this interpretation, for elsewhere Irenaeus himself distinctly says" triginta annorum aetas prima indoles est juvenis "(ii.

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  • A.D.) does not use the name Britannia; he speaks of v160s 'Iepvwv Kai 'AXf3tovwv (" island of the lerni and the Albiones ").

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  • Archimedes gave his results in the treatise IIepi Ti j c aOaipas Kai roD KUXLvbpov: he left unfinished the problem of dividing a sphere into segments whose volumes are in a given ratio.

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  • In eastern Siam the only towns of importance are Korat and Ubon, capitals of divisions, and Nong Kai, an ancient place on the Mekong river.

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  • The passage reads, rives TWv crvvayw'yijS Atfieprivwv, Kai Kvpnvaicev Kai 'AX€ avop&ov, Kai TcOv are) KcXLKLaS Kai 'AciaS, and opinion is divided as to the number of synagogues here named.

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  • In this case "the Synagogue of the Libertines" is the assembly of "the Freedmen" from Rome, descendants of the Jews enslaved by Pompey after his conquest of Judaea 63 B.C. If, however, we take Ac13EpTLvwv Kai Kvprivaiwv Kai AXE avbpLov closely together, the first name must denote the people of some city or district.

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  • the work is divided into three books, of which the first and second are generally called 'EKXoyai 4'vo-iKai Kai 170LKae (Physical and Moral Extracts), and the third 'Av90X6y.ov (Florilegium or Sermones).

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  • One of the principal mining districts is Kai Chow, in the prefecture of Kwei-yang Fu, and this district has the advantage of being situated near Hwang-p`ing Chow, from which place the products can be conveniently and cheaply shipped to Hankow.

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  • Lastly, his Mouseion (a word of doubtful meaning) contained the narrative of the contest between Homer and Hesiod, two fragments of which are found in the 'Agon `Omerou Kai `Esiodou, the work of a grammarian in the time of Hadrian.

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  • OtiTWS OUK Wv Oeos KOa l .LOV OUK E OLK iSvTWV, Kara/3aXO svoc Kai g Exov 7raoav g v g avrW T'nV TOE) KOagov 7ravolrsppi P (Philos.

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  • He was followed by Irenaeus, who, especially in the first book of his treatise Adversus haereses (EXE yxov Kai i.va:ponr* T1jS 1/Æ UScobyoV 'yvCJQEWS Otf3XLa 7rEPTE, c. A.D.

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  • Kai Tote SLa/3Xii€ 1 lcsa%E1v TO KO.p¢OS TO 'iv' TW 643aXpW T06 6.5EX(60U e ov.

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  • AiyEl 'IT] O'oUS iav µi 7 v77(rTEb(r77TE Ten, KOopOV p1 7 EUpr7TE Ti) v (3a0'i%ELav Beou' Kai iav pi 7 (ra013aTi(rr 7 TE TO aciMarov obi(64Æcree 7raripa.

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  • Al-yet 'Ir 7 (rOUs E[r]T7 7 v iv pEaw Kouaou Kai iv (rapid 65007 7 v air01S, Kai EUpov 7ravrac p OliovraS Kai obbcva EU pov 6L1fi&,vra lv abTOlc, Kai 7rovEl, lyv)(1 7 pot, iiri Tols viols T4)v civOpc.i rwv, OTL TU(')AOL Ei(rLV T7) Kapni¢ abrW[v] K[ai] ob J3Xi[7rovetv]....

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  • [Aiy]EL ['1770-ODs 67r[oo idy W(rLV [0, ad E[io ]v i&Beol Kai [b]7rov E[IS] i(rTLV pOvoc, [Xl]yw, iyc. EIpL pET' ailT[OU].

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  • Alyu '17 7 7rOALSOi K060p77piv77 fir' iiKpov [6]povs 'UlkXo13 Kai ivTI)PLypiyf OuTE 71-E[o]Ely SbvaraL 015TE Kpu[13]17vac.

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  • lws ay EU P77 Kai bra y Eiipr l [Bap#r7017vEraL Kai Ba / 430 Eis OavLXebvEL Ka[i /3avLAEbvas L'zva7ra17veral.

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  • 7 RaUL%ELQv el 1 3avLAEla Obpa[vW i(rTLV; Ta 0bp[avOU Kai Br7PiWV TL brro 7 7 As cal IXBbes T7 7 BaXc4[(rv7) oirrot lXKov- b//as cal i 7 QaQ[L%Eia ObpavWv Evtos bpWV [i](rTL [Kai 6(rrLS «v yvcw rain-7 7 v Eup17[vEl...

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  • iavrOUS vW6EQBE [Kai EiSi 7 vETE dTL viol 7rarpOS T[.

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  • yvcJ(r(EV)BE i Kai ELS i(rTi r77rTo[ (3) [Xi-yet 'Ir7 (6013)S a7roKvr 7 veL iivB[pw7ros.

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  • pow 7rEpi TOO T07rOU W) (Fete orL 7r0%AOl lvOVTac 7r[pTOI lvXaTOI KaL l(rXaTOL 7rpWTol Kai [.

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  • Xiyel '177(eou)s' [ra y Tb pi) 1p7rpo(rBEV T9] S t4'dWS (rOV Kai [TO KEKpvppivov Q7rO vol3 h7roKaXv4(0)i crer[ai O"ot.

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  • ob yap 'Ia- n ', Kpvirrbv O ob cPavE[pOv yev170'ETa6 Kai TEBappivov b o[1K iyEpO17vETaL.

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  • ] peea Kai 7rcn [..

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  • 'Yvxijs: On soul (perhaps cited Anima, 1.4, 407 b 29, Kai Tols Ev yEVOIAPOLS 2.

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  • 8.7repi pv7j,uns Kai avapv170-€ws: De memoria et reminiscentia: On memory and recollection.

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  • 9.7rEpL i17rvou Kai iypnyopaEws: De somno et vigilia: On sleep and waking.

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  • 12.7repi paKpo/3LOTfTos Kai OpaXv(3LOrnros: De longitudine et brevitate vitae: On length and shortness of life.

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  • 13.7rEpi Peot77tos Kill yi 7A ws Kai 7rEpL SW7 7S Kai 9avbTOV: De juventute et senectute et de vita et morte: On youth and age, and on life and death.

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  • [Ascribed to Theophrastus, or his time, by Zeller.] 3.t avEpwv 9eaees Kai 7rpoa7 7 yoptaL: Ventorum situs et appellationes: A fragment on the winds.

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  • of the Nicomachean, which is Z of the Eudemian, pleasure is defined as i v pyELa g EEws itvEgn-66LUTos (chap. 12, 1153 a 14-15); and in the Magna Moralia as Klv7wcs alma Kai 114pyeca (ii.

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  • 505 B) to identify the form of good, without which nothing is good, with the gentlemanly thing (KaXov Kai ayaObv), without which any possession is worthless, he inspired into the author of the Eudemian Ethics the very limit (ipos) of good fortune and gentlemanliness with which it concludes, only without Plato's elevation of the good into the form of the good.

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  • 8): virtuous actions are gentlemanly actions, and happiness accordingly is being at our best and noblest and pleasantest (tipcarov Kai KaXXCaTOV Kai rjScarov).

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  • Among all the eight passages mentioned above, the most valuable is that from the Eudemian Ethics (A 8), which discriminates extraneous discourses and philosophical (Kai ie rois i wTEpLKOLS XIyocs Kai iv roas Kara 4cXoac41av, 1217 b 22-23); and it is preceded (A 6, 1216 b 35-37 a 17), by a similar distinction between foreign discourses (h¦Xorpioc Aoyoc) and discourses appropriate to the thing (oiKEioc Aoyoc Tor, 7rpayp,aros), which marks even better the opposition intended between dialectic and philosophy.

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  • Now, as in all eight passages Aristotle speaks, somewhat disparagingly, of " even (Kai) extraneous discourses," and as these include his own early dialogues, they must be taken to mean that though he might quote them, he no longer wished to be judged by his early views, and therefore drew a strong line of demarcation between his early dialogues and the mature treatises of his later philosophical system.

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  • While nature aims at Him as design, as an end, a motive, a final cause, God's occupation (bca-yw'yi) is intelligence (vo oLs); and since essence, not indeed in all being, but in being understood, becomes identical with intelligence, God in understanding essence is understanding Himself; and in short, God's intelligence is at once intelligence of Himself, of essence and of intelligence, - Kai g vrt y vo o'ts varrecos v6 n (Met.

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  • P. i., iiriv ir tar] 11] OfCJpeZ 6v fi ov Kai Ta W inrapxovra Ka6' avr6).

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  • His chief work, 'EKA(ryr) 'Ovoµarwv Kai `Prµarwv Attgkcjv, is a collection of selected Attic words and phrases, partly arranged in alphabetical order, compiled as a help to Greek composition from the works of Phrynichus, Ammonius, Herodian and Moeris.

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  • Several works have been attributed to him, but they are all lost; some fragments are preserved in the extant TWV 'Apa-rov Kai EiMEov cbacvo thvwv E07ryilvEwv (30Xia Tpia of the astronomer Hipparchus (ed.

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  • The fundamental postulates of Epicureanism are atoms and the void (iiroya Kai Kevov).

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  • His chief treatise is entitled Difficulties and Solutions of First Principles ('A7ropiae Kai Xuo - Irepi TWV 7rpcorwv apxWV).

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  • Hence the Greek phrase &Xas Kai rpasrq"av irapa13aivecv, the Arab phrase " there is salt between us," the expression " to eat the salt of the palace " (Ezra iv.

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  • In late hieroglyphic the name of Thoth often has the epithet " the twice very great," sometimes " the thrice very great "; in the popular language (demotic) the corresponding epithet is " the five times very great," found as early as the 3rd century B.C. Greek translations give o p..iyas Kai ' Alias and p. yco-Tos: T pio-jeyas occurs in a late magical text.

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  • 4) describes his form in the same way as 2 Thessalonians (Kai T6TE 4 atvi]UETat.

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  • 6 !coo-µoirX avos cis uias OEOi Kai rote: n pE7a Kai TEpara).

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  • ex nihilo nihil), nor from being (E'in yap a y arw Kai ou ybioLTo).

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  • Strabo follows up the topographical data with a few brief historical statements - "OaKot €t ov Kai raur'v Kai 111v e0-js no,u?rniav.

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  • eITa Tvj gvoi Kai IIEXao-yoi, µeTar avra 2avVirat.

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  • We need then to develop the alternative, and to pass from the external aspect of all-ness to the intrinsic ground of it in the universal Kau' auTO Kai n ai)TO, which, whatsoever the assistance it receives from induction in some sense of the word, in the course of its development for the individual mind, is secured against dependence on instances by the decisive fiat or guarantee of vas, insight into the systematic nexus of things.

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  • Xvv07r71,K7) lo-ropia rWV vav f .caxc& v Tcov 7rAok,w Tciv Tpiwv vi 7 ?wv, "TSpas, IIEro'wv Kai Tapbv (Nauplia, 1833); Id.

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  • Further, he says expressly that Leotychides Kai i.e.

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  • But Septuagint Kai b irira0'Ev = u' n (i.

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  • kai.

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  • 414 EL itcrro oDop,erpiot Kai 7rpfirovroc), i.

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  • 5 A ilyLaivovroi Kai TETay / .

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  • Meliarakes, IQTopta roD Bao - tXitov NcKacas Kai TOU D H7rELpou (Athens, 1898).

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  • of the Herbad Mihirapan Kai Khusro at Cambay (1323 and 1324), two Vendidads with Pahlavi in London and Copenhagen, and two Yasnas with Pahlavi in Copenhagen and formerly in Bombay (now Oxford).

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  • Tit 7rov Kai Zfvin Eiri epovov izyay€ 4aµa, 1.93.

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  • 2 olvos, W ca LX€ Arai, MyeraL Kai ciXaO a.

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  • It is extremely interesting to find a similar poem in the recently discovered mimes of Herondas, the fourth of which is termed " Women making offerings to Aesculapius" (Acranirly avar,OE2aat Kai Ovaci ovaac).

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  • His extant works consist of two treatises; the one, Hcpi ravovj.thv s v4aipas, contains some simple propositions on the motion of the sphere, the other, IIEpi EirtroXWV Kai Sbo €wv, in two books, discusses the rising and setting of the fixed stars.

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  • chap. 9, to) He is the prototype of the world and the energizing principle (LSia Kai Evipyeca) of things.

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  • Sopater, the commentator on Hermogenes, wrote on M€Ta130Xai Kai merairocicr as Twv z j,uoaOivovs Xwpiwv, " adaptations or transcripts of passages in Demosthenes."

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  • HOKKAIDO, the Japanese name for the northern division of the empire (Hoku = north, kai = sea, and do = road), including Yezo, the Kuriles and their adjacent islets.

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  • Apollo, Helios, and Hephaestus were fire, Hera was air, Poseidon was water, Artemis was the moon, Kai Ta Xoora 6Aoiws.

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  • Stated in the barest form, these results do not differ greatly from the conclusions of Theagenes of Rhegium, who held that " Hephaestus was fire, Hera was air, Poseidon was water, Artemis was the moon, Kai ra Xoura bµoiws."

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  • kai, a respectable Bushman once saw the personal wind at Haarfontein.

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  • The " hunger and thirst after righteousness " of the sacred Demosthenes, De corona, p. 313, Kai Kat aipow robs TEXovAvous Kai Q,7r0/26TTwv - Kai 7runipOLS.

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  • Kwyos EvXQ,plov oU E,7 J 7rral TO Q7rapriov, Kai Ev Ta l TEXEralS t301,Elro Iva Quoted by Lobeck, Aglaophamus, i.

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  • 7rpev 1 3eiwv, 7repi aperi j s Kai KaKias); the other consists of two fragments from the "select passages" from Greek historians compiled by the directions of Constantine Porphyrogenitus in the 10th century.

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  • The best known is ` Tiroµv'µaTCVµoi Kai Miscellanea philosophica et historica (ed.

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  • Kai struggled to his feet as befitted an elderly dame, calling on the lad to buy some pegs for his mother.

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  • dive Six We dived on the wreck of the Kai Sai, opposite Flic en Flac.

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  • Kai, still groggy from the fumes, squirmed away, dragging the wizard with him till he could go no further.

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  • Kai has a rather ingenious file update distribution system.

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  • Out in the fresh air once more, Ewan and Kai rejoined a jubilant Leon and a rather po-faced wizard.

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  • We spoke to things Tiki such kai in november.

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  • Similarly his pioneer work in mechanics is illustrated by the story of his having said 80s pot iroi Kai KU'i Tip 'yi]v (or as another version has it, in his dialect, 7ra 0c7) Kai Kivw TOY -yav), " Give me a place to stand and I (will) move the earth."

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  • The extant treatises are as follows: (1) On the Sphere and Cylinder (Peri sphairos kai kylindron).

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  • (3) On Conoids and Spheroids (Peri konoeideon kai sphairoeideon) is a treatise in thirty-two propositions, on the solids generated by the revolution of the conic sections about their axes, the main results being the comparisons of the volume of any segment cut off by a plane with that of a cone having the same base and axis (Props.

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  • The expression of his eyes had something "liquid and melting" (TOW o��arwv Tip) Sc aXvaiv Kai iypbrfra), and the hair which stood up over his forehead gave the suggestion of a lion.

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  • Martyrer, 137), Kai is to be inserted before ll paacs, and this to be understood as the name of the metropolis.

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  • The period of Lent is still described as "the six weeks of the fast" (E 41360µ6,5Es TWV vioreLWV), Holy Week (7) ayia Kai µeyaAn E/380µas) not being reckoned in.

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  • 40, who put down a rebellion of 3000 settlers (Kai - mot) in Persis.

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  • The later tradition and the Shahname of Firdousi makes him (in the modern form Kai Gushtasp) king of Iran.

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  • Six miles below this the ruins of Kai' at Dibse mark the site of the ancient Thapsacus (Tiphsah of 1 Kings iv.

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  • 20 § 112), the followers of Basilides spoke of 7rvd,uaT& Tcva irpocrurrt pEva T?7 Ao'yujj 1,tvra KaT& Tcva T&paXov Kai aiyxvvev dpXucriv: that is to say, here also is assumed an original confusion and intermingling.

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  • The fundamental uniform fact in nature is constant change (lravra Xwpei Kai ovSiv Ova); everything both is and is not at the same time.

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  • 9 (4, 5), on the relation of Greek sacrifices and festivals to Kou'wviac and politics: al yap apxaiac Ovotac Kai vuvoSoa 4aivovrac yiyveo-Oat uera rhs Kaplrcov crvyKoptSas olov airapxai; cf.

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  • AMMONIUS GRAMMATICUS, the supposed author of a treatise entitled IIEpc 6yoLwv Kai &acaopwv (On the Di f ferences of Synonymous Expressions), of whom nothing is known.

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  • Porphyry says of Origen, Kara Tds rrepi lrpay f caTWV Kai Belot) bo s as `EXX vt cav (Euseb.

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  • Among the Alexandrian writers alchemy was designated as Xpvvoi TE Kai apyipou 7roc7Jvews TEXvn Oda Kai iepa or k7fc6TY] �7] iepa.

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  • The arch is surmounted by a triple attic with Corinthian columns; the frieze above the keystone bears, on the north-western side, the inscription aZS' 'Aqvat, OouEw 7rpiv rats, and on the south-eastern, aZS' do' `ASptavoii Kai ou X i Ono-Los 'TO Xis.

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  • Angelopoulos, lEpi HapacC6s Kai TWV Xt j i ewe afro (Athens, 1898).

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  • to Lasthenes in which al &Karai Kai Ta TXf 7 are mentioned, I Macc. I I, 35 (Beloch, by an oversight, refers to the paraphrase of the documents in Joseph.

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  • 3, we have the following impossible sentence, where Esau is referred t0: vEKpbs i v iipet /Lap, Kai 7ropevbµEVOS 'Avovipa,u airiaavev.

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  • Such a combination of offices naturally makes us think of the Maccabean priest-kings of the 2nd century B.C. The possibility of doubting this reference is excluded by the words that immediately follow: - cal 7rpovhuv77vars Tb alrip,LCa mirth; 13TL inrip UoWY airoBavEirac iv 7roXE,uoLS 6paroLS Kai aoparocs' Kal iv u 7 tiv g o rat lavtXEUS aid,vcos.

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  • agapr avOVVC) Lire Kai 7rpavvovvc Tb Kolar, Kai vvveubocovae Tols 7rpavvovv11,.

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  • Kai EdY.

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  • They are 'EK TWV 9EoSOrou Kai T'ls avaroXu i s KaXov / J v1 7 s SLSao'KaXias Kara Tous OuaXEvrivov X pOL ' OU S E71-6TOIla1, and 'EK TWY 7rpoOnTLKWY EKXoya(.

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  • 829a) calls the lotus iroav Tlva Kai bi -ccv.

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  • r) does not involve any official tinge, which would justify the deletion of Kai Teµ66Eos 6 65€X00s, uou in that verse, and of r)µwv in vv.

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  • But at the time his spirit of inquiry provoked Strabo's criticism as something alien to the school (re) alrloXo'ylKOv Kai rò apuQror X ov, Orep EKl Xlvovaty of igirep,I).

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  • CHOSROES, in Middle and Modern Persian Khosrau (" with a good name "), a very common Persian name, borne by a famous king of the Iranian legend (Kai Khosrau); by a Parthian king, commonly called by the Greeks Osroes; and by the following two Sassanid kings.

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  • The increasing veneration paid to the Prophet and love for the marvellous soon gave rise to fables about his childhood, his visit to heaven, &c., which have found their way even into sober histories, just as many Jewish legends told by the converted Jew Kai) al-Abbar and by Wahb ibn Monabbih, and many fables about the old princes of Yemen told by `Abid, are taken as genuine history (see, however, Mas`udi, iv.

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  • Along with Kai and Bedwyr (Bedivere), Peredur (Perceval), Gwalchmai (Gawain), and many others, we have such figures as Sgilti Yscandroed, whose way through the wood lay along the tops of the trees, and whose tread was so light that no blade of grass bent beneath his weight; Sol, who could stand all day upon one leg; Sugyn the son of Sugnedydd, who was "broad-chested" to such a degree that he could suck up the sea on which were three hundred ships and leave nothing but dry land; Gweyyl, the son of Gwestad, who when he was sad would let one of his lips drop beneath his waist and turn up the other like a cap over his head; and Uchtry Varyf Draws, who spread his red untrimmed beard over the eight-and-forty rafters of Arthur's hall.

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  • Among less important, but still conspicuous, figures may be mentioned Kay (the Kai of the Mabinogion), Arthur's foster-brother and sensechal, the type of the bluff and boastful warrior, and Bedivere (Bedwyr), the type of brave knight and faithful retainer, who alone is with Arthur at his passing, and afterwards becomes " a hermit and a holy man."

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  • Farther south, in the province of Kai (KOshiu), and separating two great rivers, the Fuji-kawa and the Tenriu-gawa, there lies a range of hills with peaks second only to those of the Japanese Alps spoken of above.

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  • Shirane (Kai) 70,330.

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  • 112 Shirane-san (Kai)..

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  • His treatise IIEpi a pwv, uBaTwv, Kai T07rwv (Airs, Waters, and Places) contains the first enunciation of the principles of public health.

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  • ('E7rch,utcov a Kai -y'); (5) On Regimen in Acute Diseases (IIEpi cairns o Ewv); (6) On Airs, Waters, and Places (IIEpi cthpwv, l'6aTwv, Kai rorrwv); (7) On the Articulations (IIEpi etpBpwv); (8) On Fractures (IIEpi by c&v); (9) The Instruments of Reduction (M0xXix6s); (Jo) The Physician's Establishment, or Surgery (Kar' i rpEiov); (II) On Injuries of the Head (IIEpi KE0aXij TpwpaTwv); (12) The Oath ("OpKoi); (13) The Law (Nopos).

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  • On the other hand among the mainland cities revolt was frequent; they were ready to rebel Kai irapa SGvaµiv.

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  • As soon as the grapes were ripe, he squeezed the juice into a cup, and, raising it to his lips, mocked the seer, who retorted with the words, lIoXXa / �ra b Ira a Ki X K01 Kai xE6AEos aKpOU (" there is many a slip between the cup and the lip").

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  • 2, 3 the construction of St50vae followed by Kai instead of infinitive or Iva is unique in this book.

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  • aurcov, and another in i i, o g iv Kai ourc g cTLV.

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  • If the clause Kai k Tou aiyaros rC:ov µapri)pcov'Incroii in 6 is an addition, then he thinks the source was Jewish and the "blood of the saints" was that shed at the destruction of Jerusalem, and the forecast of the author related to the destruction of Rome.

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  • 30.3: St' EKEivov av ip0977 Tou Kai H y 'AlroKaXokt y EcepaKOTOS o15 E 'yap 7r0 7roXXOJ xpovov EWpeter/, aXXa U X Esov E7r1 T'91 iii.IETEpas ')'EUEas, ran TW ?Exec T?)s AoµETtavou - Apx7)s.

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  • 3, 4 (61) Kai rt icis iwp&Kayev Ev Tn irpwrl') rtXtKia) militate against this interpretation, for elsewhere Irenaeus himself distinctly says" triginta annorum aetas prima indoles est juvenis "(ii.

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  • A.D.) does not use the name Britannia; he speaks of v160s 'Iepvwv Kai 'AXf3tovwv (" island of the lerni and the Albiones ").

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  • Archimedes gave his results in the treatise IIepi Ti j c aOaipas Kai roD KUXLvbpov: he left unfinished the problem of dividing a sphere into segments whose volumes are in a given ratio.

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  • Tsountas, Mvrcivac Kai Mvcfvauces iroacrcvuos (1893); Tsountas and Manatt, The Mycenaean Age (1897); Perrot and Chipiez, Histoire de l'art dans l'antiquite, vol.

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  • In eastern Siam the only towns of importance are Korat and Ubon, capitals of divisions, and Nong Kai, an ancient place on the Mekong river.

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  • The passage reads, rives TWv crvvayw'yijS Atfieprivwv, Kai Kvpnvaicev Kai 'AX€ avop&ov, Kai TcOv are) KcXLKLaS Kai 'AciaS, and opinion is divided as to the number of synagogues here named.

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  • In this case "the Synagogue of the Libertines" is the assembly of "the Freedmen" from Rome, descendants of the Jews enslaved by Pompey after his conquest of Judaea 63 B.C. If, however, we take Ac13EpTLvwv Kai Kvprivaiwv Kai AXE avbpLov closely together, the first name must denote the people of some city or district.

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  • the work is divided into three books, of which the first and second are generally called 'EKXoyai 4'vo-iKai Kai 170LKae (Physical and Moral Extracts), and the third 'Av90X6y.ov (Florilegium or Sermones).

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  • One of the principal mining districts is Kai Chow, in the prefecture of Kwei-yang Fu, and this district has the advantage of being situated near Hwang-p`ing Chow, from which place the products can be conveniently and cheaply shipped to Hankow.

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  • Lastly, his Mouseion (a word of doubtful meaning) contained the narrative of the contest between Homer and Hesiod, two fragments of which are found in the 'Agon `Omerou Kai `Esiodou, the work of a grammarian in the time of Hadrian.

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  • OtiTWS OUK Wv Oeos KOa l .LOV OUK E OLK iSvTWV, Kara/3aXO svoc Kai g Exov 7raoav g v g avrW T'nV TOE) KOagov 7ravolrsppi P (Philos.

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  • He was followed by Irenaeus, who, especially in the first book of his treatise Adversus haereses (EXE yxov Kai i.va:ponr* T1jS 1/Æ UScobyoV 'yvCJQEWS Otf3XLa 7rEPTE, c. A.D.

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  • Kai Tote SLa/3Xii€ 1 lcsa%E1v TO KO.p¢OS TO 'iv' TW 643aXpW T06 6.5EX(60U e ov.

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  • AiyEl 'IT] O'oUS iav µi 7 v77(rTEb(r77TE Ten, KOopOV p1 7 EUpr7TE Ti) v (3a0'i%ELav Beou' Kai iav pi 7 (ra013aTi(rr 7 TE TO aciMarov obi(64Æcree 7raripa.

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  • Al-yet 'Ir 7 (rOUs E[r]T7 7 v iv pEaw Kouaou Kai iv (rapid 65007 7 v air01S, Kai EUpov 7ravrac p OliovraS Kai obbcva EU pov 6L1fi&,vra lv abTOlc, Kai 7rovEl, lyv)(1 7 pot, iiri Tols viols T4)v civOpc.i rwv, OTL TU(')AOL Ei(rLV T7) Kapni¢ abrW[v] K[ai] ob J3Xi[7rovetv]....

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  • [Aiy]EL ['1770-ODs 67r[oo idy W(rLV [0, ad E[io ]v i&Beol Kai [b]7rov E[IS] i(rTLV pOvoc, [Xl]yw, iyc. EIpL pET' ailT[OU].

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  • Alyu '17 7 7rOALSOi K060p77piv77 fir' iiKpov [6]povs 'UlkXo13 Kai ivTI)PLypiyf OuTE 71-E[o]Ely SbvaraL 015TE Kpu[13]17vac.

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  • Kai Owµi cal (Trey [abroli vas S TWV robr[wv hKobvp OavhTov ob µ17 yebo-r7rat.

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  • lws ay EU P77 Kai bra y Eiipr l [Bap#r7017vEraL Kai Ba / 430 Eis OavLXebvEL Ka[i /3avLAEbvas L'zva7ra17veral.

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  • 7 RaUL%ELQv el 1 3avLAEla Obpa[vW i(rTLV; Ta 0bp[avOU Kai Br7PiWV TL brro 7 7 As cal IXBbes T7 7 BaXc4[(rv7) oirrot lXKov- b//as cal i 7 QaQ[L%Eia ObpavWv Evtos bpWV [i](rTL [Kai 6(rrLS «v yvcw rain-7 7 v Eup17[vEl...

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  • iavrOUS vW6EQBE [Kai EiSi 7 vETE dTL viol 7rarpOS T[.

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  • yvcJ(r(EV)BE i Kai ELS i(rTi r77rTo[ (3) [Xi-yet 'Ir7 (6013)S a7roKvr 7 veL iivB[pw7ros.

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  • pow 7rEpi TOO T07rOU W) (Fete orL 7r0%AOl lvOVTac 7r[pTOI lvXaTOI KaL l(rXaTOL 7rpWTol Kai [.

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  • Xiyel '177(eou)s' [ra y Tb pi) 1p7rpo(rBEV T9] S t4'dWS (rOV Kai [TO KEKpvppivov Q7rO vol3 h7roKaXv4(0)i crer[ai O"ot.

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  • ob yap 'Ia- n ', Kpvirrbv O ob cPavE[pOv yev170'ETa6 Kai TEBappivov b o[1K iyEpO17vETaL.

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  • 'Yvxijs: On soul (perhaps cited Anima, 1.4, 407 b 29, Kai Tols Ev yEVOIAPOLS 2.

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  • rem: aio-No-€ws Kai aia977r&,: De sensu et sensili: On sense and objects of sense.

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  • 8.7repi pv7j,uns Kai avapv170-€ws: De memoria et reminiscentia: On memory and recollection.

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  • 9.7rEpL i17rvou Kai iypnyopaEws: De somno et vigilia: On sleep and waking.

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  • 12.7repi paKpo/3LOTfTos Kai OpaXv(3LOrnros: De longitudine et brevitate vitae: On length and shortness of life.

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  • 13.7rEpi Peot77tos Kill yi 7A ws Kai 7rEpL SW7 7S Kai 9avbTOV: De juventute et senectute et de vita et morte: On youth and age, and on life and death.

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  • [Ascribed to Theophrastus, or his time, by Zeller.] 3.t avEpwv 9eaees Kai 7rpoa7 7 yoptaL: Ventorum situs et appellationes: A fragment on the winds.

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  • of the Nicomachean, which is Z of the Eudemian, pleasure is defined as i v pyELa g EEws itvEgn-66LUTos (chap. 12, 1153 a 14-15); and in the Magna Moralia as Klv7wcs alma Kai 114pyeca (ii.

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  • 505 B) to identify the form of good, without which nothing is good, with the gentlemanly thing (KaXov Kai ayaObv), without which any possession is worthless, he inspired into the author of the Eudemian Ethics the very limit (ipos) of good fortune and gentlemanliness with which it concludes, only without Plato's elevation of the good into the form of the good.

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  • 8): virtuous actions are gentlemanly actions, and happiness accordingly is being at our best and noblest and pleasantest (tipcarov Kai KaXXCaTOV Kai rjScarov).

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  • Among all the eight passages mentioned above, the most valuable is that from the Eudemian Ethics (A 8), which discriminates extraneous discourses and philosophical (Kai ie rois i wTEpLKOLS XIyocs Kai iv roas Kara 4cXoac41av, 1217 b 22-23); and it is preceded (A 6, 1216 b 35-37 a 17), by a similar distinction between foreign discourses (h¦Xorpioc Aoyoc) and discourses appropriate to the thing (oiKEioc Aoyoc Tor, 7rpayp,aros), which marks even better the opposition intended between dialectic and philosophy.

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  • Now, as in all eight passages Aristotle speaks, somewhat disparagingly, of " even (Kai) extraneous discourses," and as these include his own early dialogues, they must be taken to mean that though he might quote them, he no longer wished to be judged by his early views, and therefore drew a strong line of demarcation between his early dialogues and the mature treatises of his later philosophical system.

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  • While nature aims at Him as design, as an end, a motive, a final cause, God's occupation (bca-yw'yi) is intelligence (vo oLs); and since essence, not indeed in all being, but in being understood, becomes identical with intelligence, God in understanding essence is understanding Himself; and in short, God's intelligence is at once intelligence of Himself, of essence and of intelligence, - Kai g vrt y vo o'ts varrecos v6 n (Met.

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  • P. i., iiriv ir tar] 11] OfCJpeZ 6v fi ov Kai Ta W inrapxovra Ka6' avr6).

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  • His chief work, 'EKA(ryr) 'Ovoµarwv Kai `Prµarwv Attgkcjv, is a collection of selected Attic words and phrases, partly arranged in alphabetical order, compiled as a help to Greek composition from the works of Phrynichus, Ammonius, Herodian and Moeris.

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  • Several works have been attributed to him, but they are all lost; some fragments are preserved in the extant TWV 'Apa-rov Kai EiMEov cbacvo thvwv E07ryilvEwv (30Xia Tpia of the astronomer Hipparchus (ed.

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  • The fundamental postulates of Epicureanism are atoms and the void (iiroya Kai Kevov).

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  • His chief treatise is entitled Difficulties and Solutions of First Principles ('A7ropiae Kai Xuo - Irepi TWV 7rpcorwv apxWV).

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  • Hence the Greek phrase &Xas Kai rpasrq"av irapa13aivecv, the Arab phrase " there is salt between us," the expression " to eat the salt of the palace " (Ezra iv.

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  • In late hieroglyphic the name of Thoth often has the epithet " the twice very great," sometimes " the thrice very great "; in the popular language (demotic) the corresponding epithet is " the five times very great," found as early as the 3rd century B.C. Greek translations give o p..iyas Kai ' Alias and p. yco-Tos: T pio-jeyas occurs in a late magical text.

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  • 4) describes his form in the same way as 2 Thessalonians (Kai T6TE 4 atvi]UETat.

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  • 6 !coo-µoirX avos cis uias OEOi Kai rote: n pE7a Kai TEpara).

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  • ex nihilo nihil), nor from being (E'in yap a y arw Kai ou ybioLTo).

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  • Strabo follows up the topographical data with a few brief historical statements - "OaKot €t ov Kai raur'v Kai 111v e0-js no,u?rniav.

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  • eITa Tvj gvoi Kai IIEXao-yoi, µeTar avra 2avVirat.

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  • We need then to develop the alternative, and to pass from the external aspect of all-ness to the intrinsic ground of it in the universal Kau' auTO Kai n ai)TO, which, whatsoever the assistance it receives from induction in some sense of the word, in the course of its development for the individual mind, is secured against dependence on instances by the decisive fiat or guarantee of vas, insight into the systematic nexus of things.

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  • Xvv07r71,K7) lo-ropia rWV vav f .caxc& v Tcov 7rAok,w Tciv Tpiwv vi 7 ?wv, "TSpas, IIEro'wv Kai Tapbv (Nauplia, 1833); Id.

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  • Change, growth and decay he explained on the principle of mechanical compensation (S&Sovai yap aura rir6Y Kai S&KT, rTjc aSucias).

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  • Of his writings two collections of admonitory maxims are extant: the first, Ocbao-KaXia Kai rapalvE rts, containing instructions for monks, is published with a Latin version by Fr.

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  • Further, he says expressly that Leotychides Kai i.e.

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  • But Septuagint Kai b irira0'Ev = u' n (i.

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  • 414 EL itcrro oDop,erpiot Kai 7rpfirovroc), i.

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  • 5 A ilyLaivovroi Kai TETay / .

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  • Meliarakes, IQTopta roD Bao - tXitov NcKacas Kai TOU D H7rELpou (Athens, 1898).

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  • of the Herbad Mihirapan Kai Khusro at Cambay (1323 and 1324), two Vendidads with Pahlavi in London and Copenhagen, and two Yasnas with Pahlavi in Copenhagen and formerly in Bombay (now Oxford).

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  • Tit 7rov Kai Zfvin Eiri epovov izyay€ 4aµa, 1.93.

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  • 2 olvos, W ca LX€ Arai, MyeraL Kai ciXaO a.

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  • It is extremely interesting to find a similar poem in the recently discovered mimes of Herondas, the fourth of which is termed " Women making offerings to Aesculapius" (Acranirly avar,OE2aat Kai Ovaci ovaac).

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  • His extant works consist of two treatises; the one, Hcpi ravovj.thv s v4aipas, contains some simple propositions on the motion of the sphere, the other, IIEpi EirtroXWV Kai Sbo €wv, in two books, discusses the rising and setting of the fixed stars.

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  • chap. 9, to) He is the prototype of the world and the energizing principle (LSia Kai Evipyeca) of things.

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  • Sopater, the commentator on Hermogenes, wrote on M€Ta130Xai Kai merairocicr as Twv z j,uoaOivovs Xwpiwv, " adaptations or transcripts of passages in Demosthenes."

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  • HOKKAIDO, the Japanese name for the northern division of the empire (Hoku = north, kai = sea, and do = road), including Yezo, the Kuriles and their adjacent islets.

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  • Apollo, Helios, and Hephaestus were fire, Hera was air, Poseidon was water, Artemis was the moon, Kai Ta Xoora 6Aoiws.

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  • Stated in the barest form, these results do not differ greatly from the conclusions of Theagenes of Rhegium, who held that " Hephaestus was fire, Hera was air, Poseidon was water, Artemis was the moon, Kai ra Xoura bµoiws."

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  • kai, a respectable Bushman once saw the personal wind at Haarfontein.

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  • The " hunger and thirst after righteousness " of the sacred Demosthenes, De corona, p. 313, Kai Kat aipow robs TEXovAvous Kai Q,7r0/26TTwv - Kai 7runipOLS.

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  • Kwyos EvXQ,plov oU E,7 J 7rral TO Q7rapriov, Kai Ev Ta l TEXEralS t301,Elro Iva Quoted by Lobeck, Aglaophamus, i.

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  • 7rpev 1 3eiwv, 7repi aperi j s Kai KaKias); the other consists of two fragments from the "select passages" from Greek historians compiled by the directions of Constantine Porphyrogenitus in the 10th century.

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  • The best known is ` Tiroµv'µaTCVµoi Kai Miscellanea philosophica et historica (ed.

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  • Greedily, it began to feed on Kai 's swollen belly, slurping away with great relish.

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  • Kai gave her a smacking kiss on the cheek which she received with obvious pleasure.

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  • In others words get Kai, here Kai is synonymous with quality.

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  • We spoke to things tiki such kai in november.

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  • Kai Madison Trump, daughter of Donald Jr. and wife Vanessa, was born May 12, 2007 in New York.

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  • Aguilera wore a Christian Lacroix gown and the bridesmaid's dresses were designed by Stevie Wonder's wife Kai Milla.

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  • You can purchase a personalized ring through Kai Silver.

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  • Of the three ninja suit styles available, the Kobra Kai is the favorite and no wonder - it's black with a white skeleton on front!

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  • Along with Kena Kai's exclusive DataSafe© security features, this travel wallet packs a style punch with its unique ostrich embossed leather look.

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  • This Kena Kai rectangular zip around wallet comes in a delicious citrus-y orange, a brilliant medium blue, and a velvety chocolate.

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  • He later became the First Minister of Bajor, a powerful political figure second only to the religious leader of the planet, the Kai.

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  • Six miles below this the ruins of Kai' at Dibse mark the site of the ancient Thapsacus (Tiphsah of 1 Kings iv.

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  • 1.4.ETavOiJU11 Kai a6TOU /.lOYOU.

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  • 1.4.ETavOiJU11 Kai a6TOU /.lOYOU.

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