Babylonic

Bab`y`lon´ic


a.1.Pertaining to Babylon, or made there; as, Babylonic garments, carpets, or hangings.
2.Tumultuous; disorderly.
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At the turn of the century, the region witnessed population growth and thriving economic activity, while Russia and China failed to establish a strong border and the frontier society perhaps reached its dynamic and babylonic moment.
A new beginning in the history of the relationship between God and His people was made in the Babylonic exile.
He classifies as many as nineteen major civilizations: Egyptian, Andean, Sinic, Minoan, Sumerian, Mayan, Indic, Hittite, Hellenic, Western, Orthodox Christian/Russian, Far Eastern, Orthodox Christian/main body, Persian, Arabic, Hindu, Mexican, Yucatec, and Babylonic. Further on, there are--as he calls them--four abortive civilizations (Far Western Christian, Far Eastern Christian, Scandinavian, Syriac) and five arrested civilizations (Polynesian, Eskimo, Nomadic, Ottoman, Spartan).
GEN.: Then I can write a washing bill in Babylonic cuneiform, And tell you every detail of Caractacus's uniform: In short, in matters vegetable, animal and mineral, I am the very model of a modern Major-General.
"He's saying that under New Babylonic circumstances, the lust for aggression will be sublimated into the lust for playfulness," Cruyff would explain.
Moreover, there is much evidence that the GCP "babylonic captivity" of the model of reconciliation has simply lasted too long.
The Mayans geared no fewer than ten distinct celestial systems to reach a Grand Cycle of 374,440 years, while the Babylonic Great Year should in theory have reached an unimaginable 432,000 of our own years.
He classifies as many as nineteen major civilizations: Egyptian, Andean, Sinic, Minoan, Sumerian, Mayan, Indic, Hittite, Hellenic, Western, Orthodox Christian/ Russian, Far Eastern, Orthodox Christian/main body, Persian, Arabic, Hindu, Mexican, Yucatec, and Babylonic).