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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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La desverguenza de los cinicos era legendaria: es fama que Diogenes de Sinope se masturbaba en el agora para luego exclamar: "
4) El rechazo cinico de la civilizacion era tan radical que no solo criticaba las convenciones sociales, sino, incluso, la humanidad misma, como prueba el hecho de que Diogenes de Sinope, segun afirma Plutarco, rechazase el uso del fuego y se expusiese "al peligro en combate contra un pulpo crudo para que nuestra vida se aproxime a la de los animales" (Sobre comer carne, I, vi, [seccion] 995 c-d, t.
Sin embargo, el concepto original de ciudadano cosmopolita fue acunado en Grecia antigua por el filosofo Diogenes de Sinope, quien habia renunciado a su ciudadania para dedicarse a una vida mas cercana a la naturaleza y a la verdad, de alli que se le muestre en pinturas y graficas como un viejo que carga una lampara en busca de personas honestas y que vive en un desvencijado barril.
The danger ensconced in the christological concentration was evident early on in the proposals of Marcion of Sinope and Manichaeism that, while officially repulsed, still haunted Christian theology and preaching from time to time.
Sinope and Trebizond (Trapezuntes / Trapezundae and its empire) and Tabriz (Taurisium) stand out as two of the most relevant intermediaries of the time and prospered as great trade centres and the main junctions of caravan routes throughout most of this early period.
6) Las Nueve Heroinas se componen de seis amazonas: Sinope, Hipolita y su hermana Menalipe, Pentesilea, Lampedo y Tamiris; y tres reinas o princesas paganas: Teuca, Semiramis y Delfila.
Diogenes de Sinope, el cinico (continua la anecdota o el chiste recogido por Diogenes Laercio), se presento un cierto dia al salon de conferencias de la Academia de Platon con un pollo desplumado diciendoles: "aqui esta el hombre de Platon".
It was Diogenes Laertius's Lives of the Philosophers that gave the most enduring account of Cynical philosophy in his description of the life of his namesake, Diogenes of Sinope.
se le atribuye a Diogenes de Sinope (o Diogenes el cinico) la frase "cuanto mas conozco a los hombres mas quiero a mi perro".
The first ecclesiastic of the first century Christian movement to compile an anthology sacred writings and advocate them as a canon of scripture for Christian study and theology, Marcion of Sinope (c.
70) Meme theme chez Isocrate, Areopagitique, 20; Panathena'ique, 131 et Sur l'Echange, 283-290; voir aussi le [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] du philosophe cynique Diogene de Sinope (Diogene Laerce, Vie des philosophes, VI 20 et 71 e.