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meatworkers' name for omasum.
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While there are goofy sections that seem clearly intended to entertain, The Year of Living Biblically is a gracefully written book with a heart.
These are all attributes ascribed to biblically based standards of feminine beauty both in appearance and in conduct.
Since 1994, the CAABA has been on a mission to empower retailers to more effectively retail products that are biblically and culturally accurate, as well as inclusive of the African American market.
Ten years from now it would be nice to see the Reverend Jerry Falwell step to the fore and herald an end to biblically based homophobia because the story of Sodom and Gomorrah has virtually nothing to do with homosexuality.
James Cowles Prichard, a towering figure in British ethnology, helped confine racialist thinking in the empire to the margin of acceptability with a biblically informed defense of the unity of the human species.
Other scholars have taken this fruitful line of inquiry with Vaughan, but West substantially furthers and complicates the narrative of "Vaughan's deep, biblically coded lamentations" (3).
The great question is, in that context, in that setting, how does one preach, and how does one preach biblically, if in fact we are speaking different languages and often languages in conflict with one another?
After all," says Ciola, "most nutritionists will tell you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so why not start it out as biblically as possible?
Transgender Good News' includes an overview of transgenderism, a critique of some of the research on the topic, and a discussion of a biblically Christian attitude towards transgender people.
Located an hour north of Chicago near Lake Michigan on the Wisconsin border, Zion's religious origins and former glory are still apparent in the town's biblically named streets, parks, and skating rinks.