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a toxin treated by heat or chemical agent to destroy its deleterious properties without destroying its ability to combine with or stimulate the formation of antitoxin.
diphtheria toxoid a sterile preparation of formaldehyde-treated products of the growth of Corynebacterium diphtheriae, used as an active immunizing agent, generally in mixtures with tetanus toxoid and pertussis vaccine (DTP) or with tetanus toxoid alone (DT for pediatric use and Td, which contains less diphtheria toxoid, for adult use).
tetanus toxoid a sterile preparation of formaldehyde-treated products of the growth of Clostridium tetani, used as an active immunizing agent, either in mixtures with diphtheria toxoid and pertussis vaccine (DTP, DT, Td) or by itself (T).


Abbreviation for delirium tremens; duration of tetany.


Abbreviation for deoxythymidine.


Abbreviation for deoxythymidine.
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Many recently printed prayer books offer Luria's reading as the correct one for Deuteronomy 9:7.
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That is better for you if ye did but know.' (Qur'an 62:9) 'Keep the sabbath day to sanctify it, as the LORD thy God hath commanded thee.' (Exodus 20:8, Deuteronomy 5:12)
In Exodus (20:11) we read, "Far in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all therein, and rated on the seventh day; therefore, the Lord blessed the Sabbath and made it holy." In contrast, in Deuteronomy (5:15), the reason provided for Sabbath observance is different: "And you shall remember that you were a slave in the land of Egypt and the Lord, your G-d, removed you from there with a strong hand and an outstretched arm; therefore, the Lord, your G-d commanded you to do (observe) the
The permeation of passages of Deuteronomy in Christian scriptures testifies that Israelite religion is a core belief in first-century Christianity.
The author's choice of Deuteronomy as a sample of scribal culture is dependent on the 1889 work of Karl Marti, who identified the torat yhwh attributed to the "deceitful pen of the scribes," in Jeremiah 8:8, as the book of Deuteronomy.
Deuteronomy sums it up best: "But any prophet who speaks in the name of other gods, or who presumes to speak in nay name a word that I have not commanded the prophet to speak--that prophet shall die" (18:20).
"Underneath are the everlasting arms." - Deuteronomy 33:27
Firstly, like Genesis, the Book of Deuteronomy had a disappointing tendency to contain poorly constructed sentences which began with conjunctions or, at best, prepositions.
In Deuteronomy 23:12-13 (Revised Standard Version), the ancient Israelites are instructed, "You shall have a place outside the camp and you shall go out to it; and you shall have a stick with your weapons; and when you sit down outside, you shall dig a hole with it, and turn back and cover up your excrement." These aren't the kind of verses dwelt upon in most houses of worship, but in academic Bible scholarship, anything goes.
Here you will learn something about the history of the text of the Old and New Testaments, and about the evolution of the sex laws from Deuteronomy to Leviticus to the New Testament and into later Christian thought.