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“The scriptural usage of the word sarx is very extensive.”
“They also pointed out the correct meaning of the Scriptural passages alleged by Apollinaris, remarking that the word sarx in St. John, as in other parts of Holy Writ, was used by synecdoche for the whole human nature, and that the true meaning of St. Paul (Philippians and”
“A Sarcoma (from the Greek 'sarx' meaning "flesh") is a cancer of the connective tissue (bone, cartilage, fat) resulting in mesoderm proliferation.”
“Sarcoidosis, also called sarcoid (from the Greek sarx, meaning "flesh") or Besnier-Boeck disease, is a multisystem disorder characterized by non-caseating granulomas (small inflammatory nodules).”
“The word “sarcopenia” is derived from the Greek root words sarx, meaning “flesh,” and penia, meaning “loss.””
“The NIV translates sarx or the flesh as sinful nature.”
“ORIGIN mid 16th cent.: from French sarcasme, or via late Latin from late Greek sarkasmos, from Greek sarkazein ‘tear flesh,’ in late Greek ‘gnash the teeth, speak bitterly’ from sarx, sark- ‘flesh’ .”
“Beowulf, is there some reason you believe that the words ho logos sarx egeneto couldn't bear such an interpretation?”
“* Ei poinun he sarx he despotike, to kuriakon plasma, ho xenos anthropos, ho ouranios, to neon blastema, to apo tes xenes hodinos anthesan houtos lambanei to pneuma hagion:  1”
“ Ei poinun he sarx he despotike, to kuriakon plasma, ho xenos anthropos, ho ouranios, to neon blastema, to apo tes xenes hodinos anthesan houtos lambanei to pneuma hagion, etc.”
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