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  • n. Plural form of recension.


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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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

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

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  • 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

  • There have been several recensions of Church Slavonic throughout history. SERVICES IN MODERN GREEK.

  • The editor had before him four recensions of the narrative; those of the Sung and Ming dynasties, with appendixes on the names of certain characters in them; that of

    A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms

  • Instead of “Anna” the Chinese recensions have Vina; but Vina or Vinataka, and Ana for Sudarsana are names of one or other of the concentric circles of rocks surrounding mount Meru, the fabled home of the deva guardians of the bowl.

    A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms


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