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- abbr. Bible Psalm
- abbr. Bible Psalms
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- proper n. Abbreviation of Psalms.
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- n. An abbreviation of Passed Staff College.
- n. An abbreviation of Petersburg, or St. Petersburg, standard hundred: used in the lumber trade.
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- n. a note appended to a letter after the signature
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Old Latin entitles Ps. lxxxi (lxxx) quinta sabbati, "the fifth day of the week".
The Septuagint entitles Ps. xxiv (xxiii) tes mias sabbaton, "for the first day of the week"; Ps. xlviii
LXX. they were all added in Ps.xiv. from this discourse of Paul.
Now this was promised to David; it was one of the sure mercies of David, for it was said to him in Ps. xvi.
Paralipomena, and above all by collating passages twice reproduced in the Bible, such as Ps. xvii (xviii) with II Sam., xxii, or Is., xxxvi-xxxix, with II Kings, xviii, 17-xx, 19.
Dhammadinnā in Ps. xii.), because, too, of its being the path of the minority, and because of the Suttanta phrase calling the lay life sambādha, and the religious life abbhokāsa, free as air, I incline to take it literally.
Interesting take on the distinction between b2c and b2b for the 4 Ps. I have to say I think you are merging two concepts: a) the need to update the 4 Ps. which is dated b) taking social media concepts and applying them to b2b.
September 30, 2009 and 2008 (figures in thousands of Mexican pesos ( "Ps.") and U.S. dollars
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In this liturgical Latin the requirements demanded by Hilary for the style of the Christian exegete are realized to the full: Non enim secundum sermonis nostri usum promiscuam in his oportet esse facilitatem: "There is no place here for the loose facility of the colloquial language" (In Ps. 13.1).