10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PRETERMISSION»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to pretermission
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A Critical Exposition of the third chapter of Paul's Epistle ...
It is implied in the Apostle's remark that it would not have been a right and
righteous thing to have pretermitted any of the sins of former ages, had not the
propitiation been divinely precontemplated. Such pretermission or
nonpunishment would ...
Gnomon of the New Testament
the pretermission [passing by]) Paul, in the Acts, and epistles to Ephesians,
Colossians, and Hebrews, along with the other apostles, often uses upieiv,
remission : None but he alone, and in this single passage, uses irapmiv,
Johann Albrecht Bengel, Ernest Bengel, Johann Christian Friedrich Steudel, 1858
John Albert Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament: Pointing ...
On account of the remission — Gr. xdpeatv, literally, pretermission, passing by ;
Paul, in the Acts, and to the Ephesians, Colossians, and Hebrews, as well as the
other apostles, often speaks of &tpeotv, remission: but he alone, and only in this ...
Johann Albrecht Bengel, 1860
Wills, Trusts, and Estates
(Glaze, J.) No. A pretermission statute that on its face unambiguously applies to
wills does not apply to an inter vivos trust. The state's pretermitted-heir statute
unambiguously applies to wills only. It says: ''If, at the time of the execution of a
An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language
Der. pretermission, from MF. pretermission, 'a pretermission,' Cot., fromL. acc.
prœtermissiōnem. PRETERNATURAL, supernatural, extraordinary. (L.)'Simple
aire, beingpreternaturally attenuated;' Bacon, Nat.Hist.§ 30. From Preter and
United States Code 2006
Pretermission of Regular Session of Court at Hempstead and Holding of Special
Session at Westbury; Procedures Applicable, Appropriations, Etc. Sections 2 to 5
of Pub. L. 95-271 provided that: "Sec. 2. The United States District Court for the ...
theory and academic law, Epstein neglects the functional equivalent of
testamentary disinheritance: the pretermission of children entitled to be instituted
heirs. Admittedly, unless one has a total picture of the testator's family, it is difficult
to say ...
Pantologia: a new cabinet cyclopaedia, comprehending a ...
See Grammar. PRETER 1TION. s. (prelerition, French ; from preterite.) The act of
going past ; the sstite of being past. Preterition, or Pretermission, in rhetoric, a
figure whereby, in pretending to pass over a thing untouched, we make a
The Institutes of Justinian
This requires that all children, whether family heirs or emancipated, shall be
specially disinherited, and declares that their pretermission shall have the effect
of avoiding the will of their parent, and depriving the instituted heirs of the
Synonyms of the New Testament
1-4}, no entire abolition of sin even for the faithful themselves, but only a present
pretermission (irdpeats), a temporary dissimulation, upon God's part, in
consideration of the sacrifice which was one day to be; the dvapwriffis tmv
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PRETERMISSION»
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Meet the woman from Mars, Vandi Verma on driving Curiosity rover
Even the smallest miscalculation, pretermission or negligence can mean the end of a mission. But how do you arm a robotic space cowboy ... «YourStory.com, Jul 15»
What Amiri Baraka Said About Kwame Nkrumah(7)
... problematic—may not be morally far removed from the political equator of developmental pretermission. Ironically, Africa's encounter with the ... «GhanaWeb, Mar 14»