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Wisdom of Solomon.
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(i) Average Implied Standard Deviation (AISD), and (ii) Weighted Implied Standard Deviation (WISD).
To address this question, the Waco Independent School District (WISD) initiated a project offering AP Spanish Language to Hispanic students in the eighth grade (AP Spanish Project).
In attempting to address these social and academic issues, the Waco Independent School District (WISD), in Waco, TX, initiated a project offering AP Spanish Language to Hispanic students in eighth grade.
(14.) Wisd. of Sol 3:11, New Revised Standard Version.
Moreover, Bodin did not refer to Jesus Christ as God in his book; he preferred a religion without ceremonies; and he put great emphasis on the Hebrew wisd om tradition.
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1:3, cited in the first book of the Apology for Origen by Pamphilus and Eusebius, Origen has recourse to the following similes to explain the special relationship of Christ, the Wisdom of God (Wisd. 7:25), with the Father: "When it uses the term `breath,' it has taken this from the physical realm, so that we can understand, at least partially, how Christ himself, who is Wisdom, by analogy with that breath which proceeds from some corporeal substance, comes into being from the power of God himself as a kind of breath.
In the 1992-93 school year, WISD reported 166 pregnancies and classified 57 percent of its students as at risk for failing two or more courses, falling behind one or more grade levels, having excessive absences, or having a history of abuse.
I sought an object for my love; I was in love with love, and I hated safety and a path free of snares (Wisd. 14:11; Ps.
Can [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in Wisd. 3:2, 7:6 carry all the weight of the exodus from Egypt when it is paired with [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in 7:6 (p.212)?
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