Galilean


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Galilean

a. the. an epithet of Jesus Christ (?4 bc--?29 ad), the founder of Christianity
b. a Christian
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Kamenarovic, Existence theorems for ruled surfaces in the Galilean space [G.
The Galilean space is a three dimensional complex projective space [P.
Experiments, however, have shown that the Galilean space and time coordinates competently describe reality, whereas the Minkowski-Einstein spacetime construct is merely a mathematical artifact, and that various observable phenomena cannot be described by that formalism.
In Fletcher's big picture, Galilean Motion transpires either in infinitely expanded Space or, as hyperactivity, in a bounded, urban space like that of Jonsonian comedy.
I am not convinced Emperor and Galilean is responding in any way to Victor Hugo's Romantic melodrama Hernani, or that Arnold Bocklin was a source for The Lady from the Sea.
Whereas Wyclif held to a true presence of Christ in the Eucharist, he did not think that presence involved the Galilean body.
Other highlights of the session included a long look at Aldebaran, the bright-red star that serves as the bull's-eye in the Taurus constellation, as well as the four Galilean moons of Jupiter lined up in a neat row.
The Galilean, sir, as you know, was a paladin for the poor, the destitute, the downtrodden.
Real Realism: The Galilean Strategy, PHILIP KITCHER
my ancestress the one woman who is named who speaks in Talmud an actual historical person they say you learned three hundred precepts from three hundred rabbis in a single day a miraculous feat they say when your sons died you forestalled the grief of your husband the great Rabbi Meir saying: if someone lend me two jewels then require them of me what should I do he said: return them then you showed him the dead boys and when your house was robbed your husband wished to curse the thieves so that they would die but you said it would be better to pray for their repentance and they say once when the formalist Rabbi Yose the Galilean met you on the road and asked directions of you you spoke to him ironically: should you not use fewer words when speaking to a woman
He is considered to be a popular poet who uses significant elements of colloquial Arabic and Galilean idiom, whereas the others use classical Arabic (the fusha) with all its resonance and richness and power, an Arabic understood throughout the Arabic world and evocative of a glorious past.
The Galilean moons vary in size from just smaller than Earth's moon (Europa) to nearly as large as Mars (Ganymede).