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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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Coint must be struck that match the beauty of the ancient Tyrian Shekel and be called Palestinian Shekels or Galilean Shekels.
JUICE is looking for a broader understanding how the entire group of Galilean satellites formed and evolved.
In a Galilean system, the eyepiece is a concave lens and the objective lens is convex.
This race is the longest two-year-old maiden of the season in Ireland and Galilean looks well equipped for the task at hand.
Featuring thoroughly 'kitchen cook friendly' recipes, the dishes range from Mushroom Falafel with herb Tabouleh and Sweet and Spicy Yogurt Sauces; Carrot, Cilantro, and Preserved Lemon Salad with Sweet Chili Dressing; and Galilean Kugel; to Glazed Burrata with pumpkin Carpaccio, Pumpkin Seeds, and Fried Sage; Tel-Aviv Style Ashkenazi Knafeh; Broccli Pie; and Pan-Fried Grouper with Jerusalem Artichoke Stew and Clams.
The Galilean moons - Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto - are just large enough to be seen through a pair of binoculars and are easily seen when using a telescope as four points of light around the disc of Jupiter.
While a person who believes that Elvis is still alive is unlikely to get promoted to a position of great power and responsibility, you cannot get elected president unless you say you believe the equally irrational belief that a Bronze Age Galilean man once walked on water.
Galilean, Keplerian, Newtonian and Conde are types of what instrument?
Though hastily prepared fortification walls from the revolt suggest initial Galilean enthusiasm for the revolt, an overall lack of destruction layers (with obvious exceptions such as Yodefat) indicate that by the time the Romans arrived en masse such support had withered.
To really understand the Jesus movement and appreciate its rapid expansion, one needs to know the Galilean context where it all began.
His most revolutionary act-what is at the core of what might be called the Galilean moment --was to usher in a way of looking at the world in which we can look at the heavens with lenses, think of its chandeliers and swings as pendulums, and read its book in the language of mathematics.
These so-called Galilean satellites, named after the 17th century scientist Galileo Galilei, who discovered them with a telescope, complete orbits around Jupiter with durations ranging from 2 days to 17 days.