Authorized Version

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Authorized Version

(Bible) the Authorized Version an English translation of the Bible published in 1611 under James I. Also known as : the King James Version or the King James Bible

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Noun1.Authorized Version - an English translation of the Bible published in 1611Authorized Version - an English translation of the Bible published in 1611
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The operator of more than 9,600 retail pharmacies is offering a generic epinephrine auto-injector, the authorized version of Adrenaclick manufactured by Impax Laboratories, at a price of $109.
The budget approved Thursday is supposedly an updated, authorized version.
In fact, after learning about the FTC's investigation, Concordia released an authorized version of Kapvay in December of 2014.
Very contrasting in style are works related to Tessa's fascination with the language of Old Testament prophet Job, including some 2013 woodcuts of text from the authorized version of the King James Bible.
The bottom line in that kind of situation is to skip the free program and pay to get an authorized version or a substitute.
Nafsho (his soul) was adopted by the Authorized Version.
First published in 1611, the King James or Authorized version, is one of countless translations and paraphrases of the Bible and yet it remains at the heart of Christianity today.
ALSO known as the Authorized version, the King James Bible is now 400 years old.
The Authorized Version of the Bible, more commonly known as the King James Version because it was translated under the authority of King James I of England, was begun in 1604.
Peter Burke writes "Translations of Scripture were published in fifty-one languages between 1456 and 1699, including classic versions such as Luther's German Bible, the Czech Kralicy Bible, the English Authorized Version and the Dutch 'States' Bible.
Haye's edition is based on T, which represents the final authorized version of Rococciolo's text, but readings from M appear in an apparatus.

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