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typology

 [ti-pol´ah-je]
the study of types; the science of classifying, as bacteria, according to type.

typology

/ty·pol·o·gy/ (ti-pol´ah-je) the study of types; the science of classifying, as bacteria according to type.

typology

the study of types; the science of classifying, as bacteria according to type.
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This is not to suggest, however, that the Islamicate meaning of "spiritual" is exhausted by the literary device of typological figuration.
As I myself have experienced, it is hard to combine a typological with a systematic approach.
Typological parallels for the Bithnah material and for the layout of the tomb itself have been provided in full, and there are few surprises.
We may wonder whether he overestimates the Bible's place in the evolution of western thought and art, and whether typological reading is specific to scriptural interpretation.
This service contract is a market consisting of - A firm phase corresponding to the first two components which are as follows - Part 1: historical, typological and landscape study of the city The Wheel in Anderlecht, bounded by the Mons road, the Hoorickx streets, Thrushes, and fanciers of Wolves and Waxweiler Avenue.
Rendered as an animated cartoon replete with clouds, rainbows, and pyramids, as well as extruded and metal structures, the twenty-six-frame sequence takes us on a journey through the brief history of the group's investigations into Pop images as well as the formal and typological transformation of monumental and technomorphic architecture.
With warm tones of timber, Addison has worked within the geometric possibilities associated with the typological forms of gables, hips, eaves and valleys.
This typological reading was the first iteration of the Christian philosophy of caritas that in the Fourth Book finds its classical roots in Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics in notion of the mean.
Despite the enormous size of the historical period and geographical region covered in this book, Hillenbrand eschews a traditional chronological or dynastic approach, opting for a broadly typological one in which the monuments are grouped under the following chapter heads: "The Mosque," "The Minaret," "The Madrasa," "The Mausoleum," "The Caravansarai," and "The Palace.
The erroneous interpretation of the story as the "Fall" comes from using Paul's typological Adam as a detailed explication of the story.
She also wants to contribute to typological studies, so she considers various phenomena from a typological view, and appends a table summarizing some of the more interesting typological features in the language.
The verb in archaic biblical poetry; a discursive, typological, and historical investigation of the tense system.