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  • xxi.

  • xxi.).

  • In December 1869 the XXI.

  • in Neues Archiv, xxi.

  • Table Xxi It is instructive to inquire into the limiting efficiency of an engine consistent with the conditions under which it is working, because in no case can the efficiency of a steam-engine exceed a certain value which depends upon the temperatures at which it receives and rejects heat.

  • 2, xxi.

  • 17 sqq., xxi.

  • Table XXI.

  • The largest number of sheep attacked was [[Table Xxi]].

  • (1886); Obruchev, "Geology of Baikal Mountains," Izvestia of same Society (4890, xxi.

  • I (?), xxi.

  • In the xxi.

  • According to Numbers xxi.

  • cap. xxi.

  • xxi: 26, xxii.

  • (aixi+a2x2)"`=4, and the direct stitution xi = XXi -, LX2, X2 =, hX replacing cos 0, sin 0 respectively.

  • Sopherim, xxi.

  • So also is Petrus Hispanus (Pope John XXI.), who is chiefly important, however, as the author of the much-used manual Summulae logicales, in which the logic of the schools was expanded by the incorporation of fresh matter of a semi-grammatical character.

  • It was expressly censured by Pope John XXI.

  • 23, xxi.

  • 133 sqq., xxi.

  • 14, xxi.

  • 157 and xxi.

  • 4-16, xxi.

  • 13, xxi.

  • (Matthew xxiv., Luke xxi.).

  • John XXI >>

  • 24, xxi.

  • 3 (Rev. xxi.

  • 8, xxi.

  • 14, 16, 17, xxi.

  • 4b-5a, 6, xxi.

  • I-15, xxi.

  • 1-3, 8-15, xxi.

  • I-8, xxi.

  • 10, xxi.

  • 7 and xxi.

  • The standpoint of the heavenly Jerusalem is abandoned in xxi.

  • 5b, in xxi.

  • 5a, and in xxi.

  • and xxi.

  • He never refers to any previous intercourse with Christ such as we find frequently in the Fourth Gospel, and when he speaks of "the twelve apostles of the Lamb" (xxi.

  • 44, xxi.

  • 37, xxi.

  • 201, 245, xxi.

  • Certainly Polycrates, bishop of Ephesus, made a precisely similar mistake when about 190 he described the Philip " who rests in Hierapolis " as " one of the twelve apostles," since Eusebius rightly identifies this Philip with the deacon of Acts xxi.

  • 9 sqq.; xx., xxi.

  • 10-20; see 2 Kings xxi.

  • 22),-the only other Biblical reference (apart from Rev. xxi.

  • xxi.);.

  • 1, xxi.

  • - viii., xxi.

  • 3, xxi.

  • 5, xxi.

  • 49; Acts xxi.

  • 1-17, xxi.

  • (distribution of the land among the different tribes), xxi.

  • 1-15, xxi.

  • 23, and xxi.

  • 16, xxi.

  • 35, xxi.

  • Xxi.

  • 144, xxi.

  • 452, xxi.

  • Harvard, XXI I I.

  • Luke xxi.

  • Akontios), in Greek legend, a beautiful youth of the island of Ceos, the hero of a love-story told byCallimachus in a poem now lost, which forms the subject of two of Ovid's Heroides (xx., xxi.).

  • The campaign of the Pruth (March to July 1711) must have been fatal to the XXI.

  • The pontificate of John XXI.

  • Stapper, Papst Johannes XXI.

  • 89) calls it the " red sea," meaning probably the xxi.

  • Acts xxi.

  • He also viewed the xxi.

  • In the New Testament, though it is used in the sense of " offering (Luke xxi.

  • Again, a legend was based on John xxi.

  • 1319 sgq.: article "Woche, grosse," by Drews in Herzog-Hauck, Realencyklopadie (3rd ed., Leipzig, 3908), xxi.

  • 40-45; contrast xxi.

  • 25, xxi.

  • The only mention of Elijah's name in the book of Chronicles (2 Chronicles xxi.

  • places i Kings xxi.

  • 42, xxi.

  • Luke preferred to connect it with the call of Peter, the writer of John xxi.

  • The Jerusalem narrative is represented especially by Luke and John (excluding John xxi.

  • Attempts to reconcile these two narratives seem to be found in Matthew and in John xxi.

  • Probably John xxi.

  • The comparative sizes of the animals are indicated by xxi.

  • Harvard, xxi.

  • The XXI Vth Dynasty consisted of a single Saite king named Bocchoris (Bekerrinf), son of Tefnachthus, apparently the above Tefnakht.

  • J, xxi.

  • Alongside of this code we find another, dealing in part with the civil and social (xxi.

  • The cases dealt with fall into .five divisions: (I) The rights of slaves, xxi.

  • 2-11; (2) capital offences, xxi.

  • 15, 16, and note the formula of treason, r Kings xxi.

  • In the extinct XXI.

  • 13; xxi.

  • [3], xxi.

  • The verb form See especially Athenische Mitteilungen, xxi.

  • Meyer, Paul Braune and Sievers' Beitreige, xxi.

  • According to Professor Leskien (Grammatik der altbulgarischen (altkirchenslavischen) Sprache, Heidelberg, 1909, p. xxi.), Cyril had probably made a prolonged and careful study of Slavonic before proceeding on his missionary journey, and probably in the first instance with a view to preaching the Gospel to the Sla y s of Macedonia and Bulgaria, who were much nearer his own home, Thessalonica, than were those of Moravia.

  • Such a man as Luke would have rare facilities for collecting Palestinian materials, varying no doubt in accuracy, but all relatively primitive, whether in Antioch or in Caesarea, where he probably resided for some two years in contact with men like Philip the Evangelist (xxi.

  • cc. xiii.-x v., xxi.

  • 15 and xxi.

  • Paul's own " free " attitude to the Law, when on Gentile soil, is just what is implied by the hostile rumours as to his conduct in Acts xxi.

  • So also with (2) the cause of the Egyptian pseudo-prophet in Acts xxi.

  • XXI.

  • This belief is based upon the commission given by Christ to Peter as " prince of the apostles," " Feed my sheep " (John xxi.

  • 39, xxi.

  • xxi.) the Buddha is the " Father of the World," " Self-born " or Uncreate (like the eternal Brahma of the Hindu theology), the protector of all 'creatures, the Healer (Saviour) of the sickness of their sins.

  • 10 seq.; xx.) and reverses (xxi.

  • Ber., 1895, xxi.

  • xiii., xiv., xxi.; Jer.

  • Another derivation suggested is from Aaf3pus, a Lydian or Carian word meaning a "double-edged axe" (Journal of Hellenic Studies, xxi.

  • the rules for the priesthood (chap. xxi.), the feasts (xxiii.

  • (i) regulations ensuring the holiness of (a) ordinary priests, xxi.

  • 16-24; (3) the enjoyment of sacred offerings limited to (a) priests, if they are ceremonially clean, xxi.

  • Signs of such revision may be traced back to the compiler of H, but the evidence shows that the process must have been continued down to the latest period of editorial activity in connexion with P. To redactors of the school of P belong such phrases as " the sons of Aaron " (xxi.

  • 2, 18), " the seed of Aaron " (xxi.

  • 3), " the offerings of the Lord made by fire " (xxi.

  • 22, 27), " the most holy things " (xxi.

  • " holy things " only), " throughout their (or your) generations " (xxi.

  • 3), the references to the anointing of Aaron (xxi.

  • 10, 12) and the Veil (xxi.

  • 23), the introductory formulae (xxi.

  • 1 f., 17 f., 26) and the subscription (xxi.

  • Apart from these redactional additions, chap. xxi.

  • Auge, mother of THE Great Altar Of Zeus, From The North-West, As Set Up In The Kaiser Friedrich Museum, Berlin« Xxi.

  • Rev. xxi.

  • To most he seemed but a fruitful worker within lines determined by "the twelve apostles of the Lamb" as a body (Rev. xxi.

  • Philip the Evangelist in Acts xxi.

  • To be more exact, our book represents some form of the Hebrew text of the Pentateuch midway between the forms presupposed by the Septuagint and the Syriac; for it agrees more frequently with the Septuagint, or with combinations into which the Septuagint enters, than with 1 In the Ethiopic Version in xxi.

  • 307, xxi.

  • They are as follows: (i.) The Calendar; (ii.) The names of the Faires of Scotland; (iii.) The Confession of Faith used at Geneva and received by the Church of Scotland; (iv.-vii.) Concerning the election and duties of Ministers, Elders and Deacons, and Superintendent; (viii.) An order of Ecclesiastical Discipline; (ix.) The Order of Excommunication and of Public Repentance; (x.) The Visitation of the Sick; (xi.) The Manner of Burial; (xii.) The Order of Public Worship - Forms of Confession and Prayer after Sermon; (xiii.) Other Public Prayers; (xiv.) The Administration of the Lord's Supper; (xv.) The Form of Marriage; (xvi.) The Order of Baptism; (xvii.) A Treatise on Fasting with the order thereof; (xviii.) The Psalms of David; (xix.) Conclusions or Doxologies; (xx.) Hymns - metrical versions of the Decalogue, Magnificat, Apostles' Creed, &c.; (xxi.) Calvin's Catechism; (xxii.

  • 7; Caelius Antipater xxi.

  • The earliest of these original sources was probably Silenus, with whom may possibly be placed, for books xxi.

  • 41, xxi.

  • Literatur, xxi.

  • 35; xxi.

  • 22; xxi.

  • 9; xxi.

  • p. xxi.).

  • The history of Abraham's family shows us clearly that the concubine might be dismissed at any time, and her children were liable to be cast off equally summarily with gifts, in order to leave the inheritance free for the wife's sons (Genesis xxi.

  • 2 58 D, xxi.

  • The spurious poem xxi.

  • " Herdsman " (BoveoXio-Kos), xxi.

  • xxi.; Bacher, Agada der Babyl.

  • Argentino (1905), xxi.; K.

  • It fumes in moist air and is quickly decomposed by water giving hydrofluoric and phosphoric xxi.

  • 2 seq., xxi.

  • 18, xxi.

  • In the pre-Deuteronomic passage, Exodus xxi.

  • 54, xxi.

  • In xxi.

  • xxi.); S.

  • 7, xxi.

  • (1271), John XXI.

  • (1276) and John XXI.

  • 202 f., 206, xxi.

  • They are probably identical with the Lacetani of Livy (xxi.

  • which, it is very important to observe, are wanting in the Septuagint; and xxi.

  • 2-10 is followed by xxi.

  • - xxi.

  • 23; xxi.

  • xxi.) also show the stars into which they were metamorphosed, as the Eskimo and Australians and Aryans of India and Greeks have recognized in the constellations their ancient heroes.

  • The payment he refused, and threatened to " cut off their ears with the sword " (Iliad, xxi.

  • in Brownson's Quarterly Review (Boston, Mass.), xxi.; R.

  • It is continued in xxi.

  • The story of the dismissal of Hagar and Ishmael, and the revelation (xxi.

  • 16; xxi.

  • 5, 8), Ishmael is a young child who has to be carried (xxi.

  • 15), but the Hebrew text of xxi.

  • The story of the events at the court of Abimelech (xxvi.) finds a parallel in the now disjointed xx., xxi.

  • I to the parallel story in xii., the absence of allusion to xx., and the apparent editorial references to xxi.

  • On the whole, the story of Isaac's wife at Gerar is briefer and not so elevated as that of Sarah, but the parallel to xxi.

  • 29; xxi.

  • 17, xxi.

  • Cornu's analysers xxi.

  • It also results on the oxidation of ortho xxi.

  • Bouche-Leclercq, L'Astrologie grecque (Paris, 1899), with a full bibliography; Franz Boll, Sphaera (Leipzig, 1903); Franz Cumont, Catalogus Codicum Astrologorum Graecorum (Brussels, 1898; 7 parts published up to 1909); Franz Boll, "Die Erforschung der antiken Astrologie" (in Neue Jahrbiicher fur das klassische Altertum, Band xxi.

  • 14 (1826); reprinted in Isis, xxi.

  • xxi, 1 it is Satan who tempts him.

  • Satan possesses the ungodly (Ecclesiasticus xxi.

  • Barnes, Chron., p. 104), it is surely difficult, on historical grounds, to reconcile David's recurring fights with the Philistines with his subsequent escape from Saul to Achish of Gath (xxvii.; already anticipated in xxi.

  • r), and the remarkable story of the pacification of the Gibeonites (xxi.

  • are closely connected the exploits in xxi.

  • This being so, the conflicts in xxi.

  • 12-iv.; they throw another light upon David's relations to Saul's family (xxi.

  • Although xxi.

  • 24-30 respectively; the gloss xxi.

  • I point back, not to xxi.

  • xviii.) and by David's " last words," which sever xxi.

  • These in turn part two related narratives in xxi.

  • xxi.) shows several signs of later origin or revision.

  • With the loss of Shiloh is explained the appearance of the priests at Nob outside Jerusalem (xxi.

  • 28, xxi.

  • 30 seq., xxi.

  • B.C.), son of Hezekiah, and king of Judah (2 Kings xxi.

  • Marc. xxi.

  • Group Xxi.

  • Thus in xxi.

  • 5 - xx.; (5) xxi.

  • xxi; Aboth of Rabbi Nathan vii.).

  • parable of the wicked husbandmen (Mt. xxi.

  • Beside the He-like triplets, Fe XXI line ratios are used to obtain plasma densities.

  • wicked husbandmen (Mt. xxi.

  • The front prong of the main fork, however, xxi.

  • 3 For a reconstruction of the poem in xxi.

  • Jour., 1903, xxi.

  • What he was celebrated XXI.

  • In December 1869 the XXI.

  • He was taken prisoner by Hannibal (Livy xxi.

  • xx., xxi.; 31.

  • Apoc. Baruch, xxi.

  • xxi.; Blackman, On the Fertilization, Alternation of Generations, and General Cytology of the Uredineae, Ann.

  • xxi.; On the Cytological Features exhibited by certain Varietal and Hybrid Ferns, Ann.

  • xxi.; Guignard, Sur las anthrozoides et la double copulation sexuelle chez les vbgtaux angiospermes, Comptes rendus (1899), 128; Flaberlandt, Physiologische PJlanzenanatomie (Leipzig, 1909); Die Lichtsinnesorgane der Laubbldtter (Leipzig, 1905); R.

  • xxi.; On the Prophases of the Heterotype Mitosis in the Embryo-sac Mother-cell of Lilium, Ann.

  • Agric. Soc. Eng., 1860, xxi.

  • in Neues Archiv, xxi.

  • Dixon, " The Interstate Commerce Act as Amended," Quarterly Journal of Economics, xxi.

  • Engine efficiency depends upon many variable factors, such as the cut-off, the piston speed, the initial temperature of the steam, the final temperature of the steam, the quality of the steam, the sizes of the steam-pipes, ports and passages, the arrangement of the cylinders and its effect on condensation, the mechanical perfection of the steam-distributing gear, the tightness of the piston, &c. A few values of the thermal efficiency obtained from experiments are given in Table XXI.

  • Table Xxi It is instructive to inquire into the limiting efficiency of an engine consistent with the conditions under which it is working, because in no case can the efficiency of a steam-engine exceed a certain value which depends upon the temperatures at which it receives and rejects heat.

  • The actual thermal efficiencies observed in some of the cases cited in Table XXI.

  • The data from which this result is deduced will be found in Professor Goss's paper quoted above in Table XXI.

  • 9 See Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, xx., xxi.

  • In the days of Manasseh syncretism went on unchecked even in the Jerusalem temple and its precincts, and it was not till the year of Jcsiah's reformation (621 B.C.) that the Kedeshim and Kedeshoth as well as the Asherah were banished for ever from Yahweh's sanctuary (2 Kings xxi.

  • References to them abound in preexilian literature: Judges xxi.

  • (Amsterdam, 1874); Mobius and Hommel in their xxi.

  • r5), and here, concealing his disgrace by a fictitious story, he also obtained bread from the consecrated table and the sword of Goliath (chap. xxi.

  • It might, however, fit into the break that plainly exists in the history at xxi.

  • Recognized and suspected as a redoubtable foe, he made his escape by feigning madness, which in the East has inviolable privileges (xxi.

  • 2, xxi.

  • The awful deed took place at the beginning of harvest (April - May), and the bodies remained suspended until, with the advent of the autumn rains, Yahweh was once more reconciled to his land (xxi.

  • 17 sqq., xxi.

  • The amusements which the favourite had encouraged became the business of the xxi.

  • 1; 1 Kings xxi.; 2 Kings ix.

  • Table XXI.

  • The largest number of sheep attacked was [[Table Xxi]].

  • (1886); Obruchev, "Geology of Baikal Mountains," Izvestia of same Society (4890, xxi.

  • I (?), xxi.

  • By the 12th century the manufacture of papyrus had entirely ceased, as appears from a note by Eustathius in his commentary on the Odyssey, xxi.

  • In the xxi.

  • According to Numbers xxi.

  • cap. xxi.

  • Winge, " Gronlands Fugle," Meddelelser om Gronland, part xxi.

  • xxi: 26, xxii.

  • (aixi+a2x2)"`=4, and the direct stitution xi = XXi -, LX2, X2 =, hX replacing cos 0, sin 0 respectively.

  • In 218, as a leader of the democratic opposition, Flaminius was one of the chief promoters of the measure brought in by the tribune Quintus Claudius, which prohibited senators and senators' sons from possessing sea-going vessels, except for the transport of the produce of their own estates, and generally debarred them from all commercial speculation (Livy xxi.

  • Sopherim, xxi.

  • So also is Petrus Hispanus (Pope John XXI.), who is chiefly important, however, as the author of the much-used manual Summulae logicales, in which the logic of the schools was expanded by the incorporation of fresh matter of a semi-grammatical character.

  • It was expressly censured by Pope John XXI.

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