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  • This was called the Anathema; it was a real sacrifice; and in Leviticus it is ordained that the living souls which shall be devoted shall not be spared; but it is not in any manner prescribed that they shall be eaten; this is only threatened.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

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    Anathema

  • He is mysterious in "The Life of Man," where he is _Man's_ constant companion; he is mysterious in "Anathema," where he guards the gate leading from this finite world to eternity.

    Savva and the Life of Man Two plays by Leonid Andreyev

  • "Anathema" means "set apart to God," to His glory, but to the person's own destruction.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • 'Anathema' means an offering, or a thing devoted; and its use in the New Testament arises from its use in the Greek translation of the Old Testament, where it is employed for persons and things that, in a peculiar sense, were set apart and devoted to God.

    Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V)

  • German, French, and English, two of his dramas, "Anathema" and "To the

    Essays on Russian Novelists

  • We find an interpretation of it, as it were, in "Anathema," in which _Someone_ sums up the fate of _David_ -- who lived an even sadder life than _Man_ and died a more horrible death -- in these words: "David has achieved immortality, and he _lives immortal_ in the deathlessness of fire.

    Savva and the Life of Man Two plays by Leonid Andreyev

  • Any views of this type is not Conservative because they are Anathema to Conservatism which is Nationalistic in Nature whether or not it has some elements of Socialism included.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Right and the News

  • Anathema in the US, but a key principle in the EU.

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  • Anathema though it may seem to a generation of antibacterial hand-gel obsessives, the technique is increasingly being embraced by DIY aficionados and whole-food advocates who like the idea of low-tech preservation and also believe that unpasteurized foods aid digestion and boost immunity.

    Fermentation: A wild way to make food come to life

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