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The chronicler's application of this sentence to Eleanor indicates a desire to highlight the severity of her crimes while also aligning with her appearance before an ecclesiastical council.
Moreover, Chronicles also presumes specific knowledge of 1 Samuel 28, as the Chronicler's unique contribution of Saul's death depends on Saul's decision to seek a medium.
The Chronicler borrows from the Torah (Pentateuch) and what is known as the Deuteronomic Histories (Deuteronomy through Kings, though largely ignoring the Book of Judges).
A mill worker who moved into journalism and set up the North's first Labour newspaper, The Labour Light, in 1890, as well as being a prolific columnist writing under the name, Teddy Ashton', Clarke was poet, author of dialect sketches and chronicler of the moors and the 'windmill land' of Fylde, surrounding his Blackpool home.
LANTERNS ON THE PRAIRIE: THE BLACKFEET PHOTOGRAPHS OF WALTER MCCLINTOCK presents Walter McClintock's photos, surveying the works of an 1896 easterner who arrived on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and found himself a chronicler of Plains Indian life.
Rut Blees Luxemburg is, in some sense, the essential contemporary chronicler of an East London bathed in yellow fluorescent light.
A humanist raised in the Spanish court, who spent his later years in Hispaniola as the crown's royal chronicler, Oviedo consulted official papers about the conquest, interviewed many of the principal actors involved, and used novel methods to describe a new reality overseas within the framework of what Europeans knew up to that time about divine and human history, and the natural world.
again my shell of conch stripped of wax chronicler of stacks of raw
Author Peter Morris is a researcher and chronicler of baseball history: he uses primary documents to recreate a lost world and the underlying influences on the rise of baseball as a sport.
Israel, reward and retribution, attitude toward the Persians (the Chronicler "seems relatively content with life under Persian suzerainty, provided that the worship at the temple in Jerusalem is able to continue without restraint"), personal piety, and possible hopes for the future.
The autobiography, designed by Hewlett and ghost-written by Cass Browne, the band's official chronicler, details the rise to fame of the band and its four animated ape-like band members: 2D, Noodle, Murdoc and Russell.
Before The Year of Magical Thinking, Didion made her mark as the preeminent chronicler of Los Angeles at its dirtiest and dreamiest.