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Kaya Natin 'Yan' (from the movie 100 Tula Para Kay Stella) - lyrics by Jason Paul Laxamana, arranged by Carl Christian Guevarra, interpreted by Bela Padilla
Funk and the Jesus Seminar that the scriptures have to be interpreted backward from the resurrection, as is shown in John 2:13-22; Mark 12:18-27; Luke 24:13-35.
In refuting the liberal-activist idea that the words "a well regulated Militia" in the Second Amendment are meant to confine the "right" to people in the regular military, the OLC notes that what this section of the amendment actually does, if it's interpreted as it would have been in the days of the Founding, is to justify the necessity of arming the populace-at-large.
The "Tropical Songs of the Year Award" went to La Agarro Bajando (composed by Carlos Javier Montes Quilles and interpreted by Gilberto Santa Rosa) and Te Quiero Igual Que Ayer (composed by Wilfran Castillo and interpreted by Monchy y Alexandra).
In that same vein, these individuals have routinely been interpreted as evidence for existing prehistoric social structures that called upon members of a group to support one another.
Jim interpreted the equation as a representation for the slack rope board.
The range of things interpreted is unlimited, including not only events and human characters but mysterious figures like the three traveling males and the lady in the yard with a basket (102), as well as the Cross, dreams, and potential signs.
Six recent books on the Bible look back at the people and places from whence the Good Book sprang, examine the ways we have interpreted these sacred writings, and ask how scripture has shaped our own language and politics.
DeCastro said the MTA interpreted limitations on the use of the money to apply to basic subway construction items, which were part of a funding agreement with the federal government.
For the years at issue, the code and regulations--as interpreted by published revenue rulings--were ambiguous.
Information is interpreted to create what Bruner calls "products of mind.

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