Mosaism

Mosaism

1. the system of laws and rituals established by Moses.
2. devotion to the Mosaic laws. — Mosaist, n. — Mosaic, adj.
See also: Judaism
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Somatic mosaism was found with massive parallel sequencing in six of eight patients who presented with suspected cryopyrin-as-sociated peirodic syndrome and were shown not to carry NLRP3 mutations with Sanger sequencing and these individuals were found to carry known/new pathogenic mutations.
The true antagonism is not the Mosaism as an antithesis, but the modern nation with its working classes as an antithesis of the ancient, dissolvent and egoist race, which has no concern for the public welfare.
In the Memar Marqah, a fundamental Samaritan text from the 4th century, God tells Moses to "take from me divinity and with it make your prophethood strong." (54) Ayala Lowenstamm writes that with the advent of this text, "Samaritanism is 'Mosaism.'" (55)