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Esaias

(ēzā`yəs), variant of IsaiahIsaiah
, prophetic book of the Bible. It is a collection of prophecies from a 300-year period attributed to Isaiah, who may have been a priest. Some scholars argue that a long-lived "school" of Isaiah preserved his oracles and supplemented them in succeeding centuries.
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Inspired by works of Aelbert Cuyp, Esaias van de Velde, and Paulus Potter, he became more and more interested in painting animals: sheep flocks on country roads, oxen in plowing scenes.
Wayne Esaias, an amateur beekeeper and member of the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center told the Salon roundtable, "I think we are facing a series of problems like this, problems that are environmental in nature, and this has to be a real eye-opener for me as to how poorly prepared this country and countries around the world are in taking note of how climate change or global change will impact our ecosystems.
But Luke's scene, "There was delivered unto him the book of the prophet Esaias.
In conjunction with the 400th anniversary of Rembrandt's birth in 2006, Rembrandt And His Time: Masterworks From The Albertina, Vienna is the companion book to the Milwaukee Art Museum's exhibition of twenty-seven of Rembrandt's most important works, as well as drawings by Roelant Savery, David Vinckboons, Jacques de Gheyn II, Hendrick Avercamp, Jan van Goyen, and Esaias van de Velde which offer some of the earliest examples of naturalism.
Bowman and Esaias (1981) have, in fact, described tidal mixing zones around the perimeter of the basin and over the several lateral sills traversing the basin.
The most innovative proponents of the rustic landscape, and this is no surprise, are the great Haarlem printmakers of the first quarter of the seventeenth century: Claes Jansz Visscher first and foremost, but also Willem Buytewech and the cousins Esaias and Jan II van de Velde.
Esaias Tegner, our nineteenth-century national bard, says that all the words in the Swedish referring to anything but barbarianism are loan words ("Blott barbariet var en gang fosterlandskt").
There he was to meet Eritrea's President Esaias Afewerki and, after explaining his ideas, a number of government representatives.
On 12 December 2000, in the Algerian capital, Algiers, to worldwide relief and in response to sterling efforts initially on the part of the governments of Rwanda and the US, then taken up by the OAU and the UN, a peace agreement was eventually brokered and signed by Prime Minister Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia and President Esaias Afewerki of Eritrea.
jp/ADEOS/ [5]: Lyon and Willard (1993), [6]: Esaias and Barnes (1986) The Canadian Geographer / Le Geographe canadien 46, no 2 (2002) Tableau 3 Temperatures et salinites de survie et de croissance optimale de certaines especes representant un potentiel maricole dans les eaux du Quebec Temp.
49) As Irenaeus says, `Mark, on the other hand, commences with [a reference to] the prophetical spirit coming down from on high to men, saying, "The beginning of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, as it is written in Esaias the prophet", -- pointing to the winged aspect of the Gospel; and on this account he made a compendious and cursory ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) narrative, for such is the `prophetical character' (AH 3.
The style of the 40 or so solo pieces collected in this edition is essentially French with a German accent, like that of the music of Gumprecht's illustrious compatriot, Esaias Reusner, although it is on the whole less complex.