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In early manuscripts OC (for hos, “[he] who"), for example, might easily be
mistaken for the traditional abbreviation of God: 6C (for 6EOC, theos).
Dittography (the picking up of a word or group of words and repeating it) and
haplography (the ...
People who took this intensification of the Law upon themselves dared to do it as
an example of “messianic license”—i.e., to use the ethics of the Kingdom in the
present in a church still under historical ambiguity and in constant struggle with ...
For example, if a prey, through natural selection, becomes swifter or more agile in
escape, a predator may develop, ... These examples of coevolution illustrate the
dynamics of the process, the constant influence of each participant upon the ...
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