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EC

abbreviation for EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES.
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Both the rich man and the philosopher of Ecclesiastes stand in cold isolation.
Jayadvaita reads through the Book of Ecclesiastes chapter by chapter, often verse by verse, exploring its meaning and its implication and offering often insightful perspectives on that text.
Ecclesiastes is Erasmus' most substantial writing, in which he re-emphasises "that grammar is the basis of all disciplines" and "dialectic is blind without grammar.
I emphasized the observations from Ecclesiastes that "Whatever has been is what will be and whatever has been done is what will be done.
The remembrance service at the Methodist Free Church on Sunday was led by Mr R Horn, who opened by reading from Ecclesiastes 'time for everything'.
Barton, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Ecclesiastes (ICC; Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1908) p.
The third (designated IV A) presents the Aramaic Targum version of the Old Testament books Chronicles, Ruth, Canticles, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, and Esther.
After a discussion of biblical attitudes toward animals in general, and ranging through such topics as the Ark and the prohibition on taking a mother bird with her young, Shalev offers a prolonged account of the contemporary Hebrew idiom "the fence-breaker will be bitten by a snake," which, he points out, derives from Ecclesiastes.
The premise for this paper is in the Bible verse Ecclesiastes 2:26: (NASB) "For to a person who is good in His sight He has given wisdom and knowledge and joy.
Ecclesiastes 1:10 assures us, There is nothing new under the sun.