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Sinope

(sĭnō`pē), in astronomy, one of the 39 known moons, or natural satellites, of JupiterJupiter
, in astronomy, 5th planet from the sun and largest planet of the solar system. Astronomical and Physical Characteristics

Jupiter's orbit lies beyond the asteroid belt at a mean distance of 483.6 million mi (778.
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Sinope

(si-noh -pee) A small satellite of Jupiter, discovered in 1914 by Seth Nicholson. See Jupiter's satellites; Table 2, backmatter.

Sinope

[′sin·ə·pē]
(astronomy)
A small satellite of Jupiter with a diameter of about 17 miles (27 kilometers), orbiting with retrograde motion at a mean distance of about 1.47 × 107 miles (2.37 × 107 kilometers). Also known as Jupiter IX.
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Wisdom of Shadow" stands as an allusion to the legend that Diogenes of Sinope had requested Alexander the Great stop blocking his sunshine, through which the curators question the possibility of creating "a collective awareness together with the residents of Sinop to perform a similar gesture towards the actors of the global politics, who disregard the sustainable [lifestyle] that both metaphorically and literally comes from the sun," as the team of curators explains on their website.
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However, Cynicism was an Ancient Greek philosophical movement probably founded by Diogenes of Sinope.
My claim is that the work of Diogenes of Sinope will shape both the rhetorical structure and the philosophical thematics of The Gay Science.
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This struggle apparently crystallised in the condemnation of Marcion of Sinope as a Christian heretic, for his belief that the Hebrew Scriptures revealed an altogether different and inferior God to that revealed in the New Testament.
dagger]) Attributed to Greek philopher Diogenes of Sinope.
Phocas lived a simple, quiet life in the city of Sinope, in what is now Turkey.
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The quantity of images is also to be commended: four of the five surviving pages of the sixth-century Sinope gospels (cat.
Here Seneca makes Diogenes of Sinope (404-323 BCE) typify the Cynic sage of Greek antiquity.