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use "exegesis" in a sentence

The translations often reflect traditional Jewish exegesis of the bible.

This "Roman" exegesis of Mathew 16:18, however, has been unacceptable to the patriarchs of Eastern Orthodoxy.

On the one hand, there are those oral traditions of Rabbinic exegesis ( Midrash ) and legal discussion (
names her as his executor.

Panushka served as the executor as Engel's estate, while Dill is his biographer.

She is actually the seventh most skilled executor for "The Burial Agency", a shadow branch of the Church created to exterminate "heretics".

The Gibneys rejected the idea of a public park and expressed to Robert Meyner, Toni's executor to estate, their Right of First Refusal.

I was the executor of a law made by man.

Cornelia trusted him to be co-executor of her estate, of which there were many outstanding debts, not settled for two decades.

Quinn, 651 Memoir Griswold claimed that "among the last requests of Mr. Poe" was that he become his literary executor "for the benefit of his family".

The executor in a transitive sentence always precedes the experiencer.

He put his hand on the back of Ali's neck and said "This is my brother, my executor (Wasi), my successor ( Caliph ) among you, so listen to him and obey him." 62 more results not shown.

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