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canon

(1) Dogma, see there.
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Assemblage I, which occurs in samples KAMA 21 and KAMA 24, is observed in the canonic subspace of axis 1.
The time and manner of the prayer and the content of canonic prayer has not varied since the time of the Prophet, and the language of prayer remains in the language of revelation: Arabic, even though the majority of Muslims in the world, all of whom recite their prayers in Arabic, do not understand Arabic.
On the other hand, the ethnical spirit of the ROC negatively influenced the panorthodox collaboration, and the systematic discussions with other Orthodox Churches, regarding, first and foremost, canonic issues.
In an attempt to understand the heterogeneity of ovarian endometrioid adenocarcinomas, highlighted by differences in their global gene expression profiles (Figure 2, E), a series of 72 primary tumors, including all of those with gene expression profile data, were analyzed for mutational defects in the canonic Wnt and PI3K/Akt signaling pathways (10).
Erickson's canonic works of the 1960s and 1970s interweave landscape and structure, the spaces and light that enfold the human context.
Part one consists of five essays on canonic theories of "monarchisms and republicanisms"; part two has three essays on "enlightened Christian and millenarian monarchisms"; part three presents five essays on the defense and resistance to absolute monarchy; and part four contains a substantial essay on "the case" of George III.
Tot i aixo, podem aventurar dues hipotesis: d'una banda, la influencia rebuda per part de sant Ramon de Penyafort, eclesiastic i canonista, i, de l'altra, la mes general de la "resurreccio" del dret roma i la consolidacio del dret canonic al segle XII.
In case of application of the ESC LM process volume of the metal pool is significantly smaller than that of the ingot of a similar diameter, melted according to canonic ESR scheme, and length of the two-phase zone of solid-liquid state during solidification of the deposited metal layers is significantly smaller than in conventional ESR ingots.
ambiguity conclusively, by resort to judge-made canonic presumptions.
Canons and Canonic Techniques, 14th-16th Centuries: Theory, Practice, and Reception History.
Playing up Andy's bedpan humor, which is often overlooked in the rush to legitimize his work, Allen Hatch's Warhol's Gallbladder Operation Performed By Rembrandt's Circle (2000)--a wicked parody of the canonic The Anatomy Lesson of Dr.
This contention Kontje elaborates in a series of representative analyses of canonic authors well selected for the purpose, from Wolfram to Grimmelshausen and Lohenstein, several Romantics, Goethe, Freytag, Thomas Mann, Grass, and Botho Strauss (not to forget a peroration on Ozdamar and Roes).