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  • noun Plural form of recension.

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Examples

  • The Ukrainians and other Greek Catholics observe different recensions or local traditions of the Byzantine RiteNote: I will NOT tolerate snide remarks about how all of this is "modernist" and "ecumenist".

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Two important reformist goals acted as at least rhetorical pillars of Redevelopment and its later recensions.

    A History of American Law

  • Two important reformist goals acted as at least rhetorical pillars of Redevelopment and its later recensions.

    A History of American Law

  • Two important reformist goals acted as at least rhetorical pillars of Redevelopment and its later recensions.

    A History of American Law

  • Further, an Arabic partial paraphrase of Plotinus 'Enneads circulated under the pseudepigraphic title The Theology of Aristotle in two recensions, the shorter of which is called the

    Isaac Israeli

  • You can watch/ listen to one of the more recent recensions of the tale of star-crossed love.

    Too Many Tissues in the House?

  • You can watch/ listen to one of the more recent recensions of the tale of star-crossed love.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • One of his key arguments is that stories and doctrines that are found in other recensions are relegated to the Pali commentaries.

    Speedlinking 9/6/07

  • This is why the last two chapters of these two recensions are the same.

    Biography of Nagarjuna

  • My first impulse is to go with the Greek -- I am trying to evoke the experience of living in the Greek Age of the Gods, which should not be filtered through Roman recensions.

    Archive 2005-05-01

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