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Used in mathematics and logic to denote something that is known after a proof has been carried out.

In philosophy, used to denote something that can be known from empirical experience. Used in mathematics and logic to denote something that is known or postulated before a proof has been carried out.

The act of reaming is a harsh cleaning out of the inside of the gun, with a heavy swab, to remove any residues from previous firings.

The date of Abraham's birth in Ur "of the Chaldees" (i.e., southern Ur) is not known, but can be computed roughly from archeological evidence at Bab-edh-Dhra, near Sodom. No monuments to him have survived, but discoveries at Mari, Nuzi, and elsewhere have shown that his activities were consistent with Middle Bronze Age Mesopotamian life (ca. As such, Abraham emerged from a background of high culture, and was not the illiterate shepherd envisaged by some nineteenth-century literary critics.

Abraham is of profound religious significance because he was the historic ancestor of the twelve tribes, the "seed of Abraham, " who regularly described their God as "the God of Abraham." By virtue of being children of divine promise ( Gen 12:2 ), the Israelites were living proof of God's existence and power in human society.

This man, whose name may mean "the father is exalted, " was the first of the great patriarchs of Israel.

In the ancient Near East a patriarch was the leader or ancestor of a family, but Abraham exceeded this status by becoming the progenitor of one specific nation, the Hebrews, as well as of other peoples.

Said of an argument that seeks to prove a statement's validity by pointing out the absurdity of an opponent's position (cf.

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