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  • Mathematicians such as Theodorus of Cyrene (who is included in Iamblichus 'catalogue) and Hippocrates of Chios (who is not) are not treated as Pythagoreans in the early sources such as Plato,

    Pythagoreanism

  • It is to be remembered that in a compound we do not think of the parts as having a significance also by themselves; in the name 'Theodorus', for instance, the _doron_ means nothing to us.

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  • So let the spectators be assembled, and let them choose between Helladius and Theodorus which is fittest to be Pantomimist of the Greens, whose salary we will pay. '

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  • St. Chrysostom begins his second Exhortation to Theodorus, which is much shorter than the first, by expressing his grief as follows: (t. 1, p. 35:) "If tears and groans could have been conveyed by letters, this would have been filled.

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  • A third, and closely allied, kind of defect in matters of passion is that which Theodorus used to call parenthyrsus.

    On the Sublime

  • The text is a dialogue between Socrates and the mathematician Theodorus, another student named Socrates (referred to as Young Socrates), and an unknown philosopher expounding the ideas of the statesman.

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  • It may derive from Theodorus (Greek for "gift of god") or from the Aramaic word for "heart" [1].

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  • Just one of Hendrik's four van der Merwe grandsons married, however, and it does not appear that he had children. 17 One of those grandsons, Theodorus, was the son of Hendrik's daughter, Aletta Sibella.

    Belongings: Property, Family, and Identity in Colonial South Africa

  • Theodorus did not marry, though, so all of Hendrik's great-grandchildren appear in the family trees of the Myburghs, the du Toits, and the de Villiers, among others. 19 Whatever their surnames, these descendants 'material circumstances were undoubtedly influenced by the material legacy Hendrik bequeathed. 20 His children were not poor; those who lived long enough married into families possessed of landed wealth in Stellenbosch and Drakenstein.

    Belongings: Property, Family, and Identity in Colonial South Africa

  • Karl mentions the constellation, Ursa Theodorus, which he and Alex called the Teddy Bear.

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  • You stink, Theo.

    December 4, 2009