Noachian


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No·a·chi·an

 (nō-ā′kē-ən) also No·ach·ic (-ăk′ĭk) or No·ach·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Bible Of or relating to Noah or his time.
2. Antiquated; ancient; long obsolete.

Noachian

(nəʊˈeɪkɪən) or

Noachic

adj
(Bible) Old Testament of or relating to the patriarch Noah

No•a•chi•an

(noʊˈeɪ ki ən) ,

adj.
of or pertaining to the patriarch Noah or his time.
[1670–80; Noach (variant of Noah) + -ian]
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Adj.1.Noachian - of or relating to Noah or his time; "Noachian deluge"
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The lion's share of the clay deposits found on Mars thus far have turned up in terrains that date back to the earliest Martian epoch, known as the Noachian period.
To see which early Mars better explains the modern features of the planet,researcher Robin Wordsworth of the Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and his colleagues used a 3-dimensional atmospheric circulation model to compare a water cycle on Mars under different scenarios 3 to 4 billion years ago, during whats called the late Noachian and early Hesperian periods.
The water stored there is thought to capture the evolution of Mars water during the wet Noachian period, which ended about 3.
The genealogy from Noah to Abraham and the names detailed in the Bible can thus be read as a chronicle of socio-religious evolution during the post- Noachian era, moving from the trauma of the Flood to the division into nations and the deification of sun and moon, culminating in Abraham's reintroduction of the true monotheistic religion.
Miranda's first sight is of a rainbow, central to the Noachian Covenant; yet here, rather than symbolizing divine promises, it serves strictly as a "tall portal" that frames for Miranda "a deep clear landscape of sea and sand, of soft meadow and sky" without overt explanation (324).
Four such episodes are considered here: Moses' second assent of Sinai, Jonah's rejection and then acceptance of God's instructions to go to Nineveh, the Noachian Flood, and sibling issues in the stories of Jacob and Esau and Leah and Rachel.
Clays are widely scattered across Mars' oldest terrain, dating to the Noachian period 4.
London, July 30 (ANI): A research on hydrothermal formation of Clay-Carbonate rocks in the Nili Fossae region of Mars could provide a link to evidence of living organisms on Mars, roughly 4 billion years ago in the Noachian period.
The Noachian covenant indicates to her that God had evolved from an omnipotent, omniscient deity "to a sadder, wiser deity" who realizes that his punishment was "a bit excessive" (46).
While attitudes are slowly changing, there are still antediluvian tendencies within local associations and frankly the party simply cannot afford to wait for a Noachian conversion.
22) As he transitioned from the Noachian flood narrative of Genesis 6-10, Smith told the story of the tower on the plain of Shinar with brief but significant modifications.