• The Bible Version Controversy
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    A controversy of immense silliness has recently broken out among Evangelicals regarding the validity of modern, conservative translations of the Bible like the New American Standard, the New International, and the New King James. The controversy was ignited by a book written by Gail Riplinger entitled New Age Bible Versions. The only thing sillier than the controversy is the book that sparked it. Remember the old joke? -- 'If the King James Version was good enough for the Apostle Paul, then it's...
  • Amino Acid Rna Site Codon
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    6. 4 Translation 6. 4. 1 Explain how the structure of t RNA allows recognition by a t RNA-activating enzyme that binds a specific amino acid to t RNA, using ATP for energy. Each amino acid has a specific t RNA activating enzyme that helps t RNA to combine with its complementary m RNA codon. The enzyme has a 3 part active site that recognizes three things: . A specific amino acid. ATP, . A specific t RNA. The enzyme attaches the amino acid to the 3' end of the t RNA. The amino acid attachment s...
  • Explication Ballad Of Birmingham
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    Explication: "Ballad of Birmingham" In the poem "Ballad of Birmingham", by Dudley Randall, many different things can be analyzed. The difference in the two translations; one being a literal translation, telling the true meaning of the poem, and the other being a thematic translation, which tells the author's theme and symbolism used in his / her work. Another thing that all poets have in common is the usage of poetic devices; such as similes, metaphors, and personification. Before translations a...
  • Protein Synthesis Amino Acid
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    Understanding Human Genetics: From Nucleotides to Life Within the nuclei of every one of our cells lie massive amounts of information. This information is stored neatly in our chromosomes. The coding on these chromosomes dictates every aspect of our physical self, but it is useless if it simply remains undecided in the depths of our nuclei; it must be translated into something that can be read. This happens in the process of protein synthesis. The first part of the process of protein synthesis i...
  • Bible Book Chapter Search
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    Virtual Christianity: Bibles A comprehensive list of on-line Bibles, in English and other languages, both ancient and modern; each featured site having a short description of its content and arrangement. This page is part of the Virtual Christianity Web site. Find out What's New at the Virtual Christianity Web site. For some introductory guidelines on reading the Bible for the first time, see How To Read The Bible For Better Understanding. To discuss the Bible on-line, come and post a message on...
  • Fitts And Fitzgerald's Translation Oedipus People Berkowitz
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    The different translations of The Oedipus Cycle emphasize and suggest different aspects of the presented scene. There are multiple examples of this in the comparison of The Fitts and Fitzgerald's Translation and the Luci Berkowitz and Theodore F. Brunner's Translation. Such as the differences in format, sentence structure, and diction imply different characteristics. Also, similarities in the two translations reinforce the importance of the concepts. The most noticeable difference in the two tra...
  • Graves And Fitzgerald Chapman Writers Words
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    The Illiad Homer Homer is one of the greatest writers; his works have action, romance, war, friendship, and much more. Since, Homers writings are not in English the Greek non-speaking majority of us rely on people to translate or interpret his works for us. The problem with that is everyone has their own interpretation of what homer is saying, and not only that but their own way of putting it into words. Chapman, Gladstone, Graves, Fitzgerald are just to name a few of the many intelligent men th...
  • Absolute Value Functions Axis Vertex Located
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    Absolute Value Functions (y = a|x-b|+c) In an absolute value function "a" represents the slope of the equation. The slope is counted up or down, then both left and right thus producing the function's "V" shape and its symmetry. If a 0 in the equation, then the "V" has and upward direction, but if a 0 then the "V" has a downward direction. This reflection is around y = c. "a" also helps determine the range of the function. If a 0 then y c, in other words the "V" will face downward and will have a...
  • Omar Khayyam The Enigma
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    PROLOGUE Omar Kahyyam was primarily a mathematician and an astronomer. He was an extremely intelligent individual who wrote many theories in physics and metaphysics. He is also attributed with the reformation of the Persian calender with seven other great intellects to create a calender more accurate than the Gregorian calender. Ironically he is known to the world today for his translated collection of lyrical quatrains called the Rubaiyat. His life and works are somewhat of a mystery because h...
  • What Are The Limits And Advantages Of Translation
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    To answer the question above we first have to define what is actually meant by translation before we are able to think about the limits and advantages of translation. Translation can be described as an expression of a sense from one language to another as well as a transmission of a written or spoken language into another. Translation is since the beginning of human culture an important item of understanding between different countries. So the "Stone of Rosette" made it possible to decipher the ...
  • How We Got The King James Vers
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    "The King James Version has become so sanctified by time and use that to many people it has come to be regarded as the Bible." Our English Bible James I was born in 1566 and died in 1625. He belonged to the House of Stuart along with all the other Kings of Scotland and a few from England. James I became the King of England when Elizabeth I, his cousin, died. This happened in the year 1603. When he took over the English throne, he was also the King of Scotland and ruled under the name of King Jam...
  • Protein Synthesis Secondary Structure
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    Protein synthesis is one of the most fundamental biological processes. To start off, a protein is made in a ribosome. There are many cellular mechanisms involved with protein synthesis. Before the process of protein synthesis can be described, a person must know what proteins are made out of. There are four basic levels of protein organization. The first is primary structure, followed by secondary structure, then tertiary structure, and the last level is quaternary structure. Once someone under...
  • The Odyssey Movie Vs Book
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    Different Character Portrayals From Book to Film The Odyssey, the classic epic by Homer, has been retold for centuries since it was first written in . Each of these retellings differs from, one another, seeing as each version has a somewhat alternate take on the tale. This causes characters to be portrayed differently from translation to translation. After reading the retellings by John Evslin and W. H. D. Rouse, as well as watching Konchalovslky s film version, it was clear one could detect vi...
  • Tyndale And The Bible
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    Tyndale, William c. 1494-1536. William Tyndale was probably born in Gloucestershire. He became chaplain in the house of Sir John Walsh in about 1521. He had studied at both Oxford and Cambridge and was a strong supporter of the movement for reform in the Church. His opinions involved him in controversy with his fellow clergymen and about 1522 he was actually summoned before the Chancellor of the Diocese of Worcester on a charge of heresy. He left for London. He had by this time determined to tr...
  • William Tyndale Bible Translation Tyndales
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    How has William Tyndales translation influenced all the following English translations of the Bible In 1525, William Tyndale began to write his famous version of the scriptures. Printing had already been achieved, so Tyndale had the desire to give the people a Bible of their own, in their own language. By 1526, Tyndales version of the English Bible had been published and printed. There was great turmoil over the translation however, because the King of England, Henry VIII decreed that the transl...
  • Language Languages Translation Science
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    Translation is a representation or recreation in any language of what is written or said in another language. Translation is an art, a bilingual art. Like painting, translation enables us to reproduce the fine thought of somebody, not in colours, but in words, in words of a different language. Translation is also said to be a kind of science because it has a whole set of rules governing it and certain objective laws to go with. Skills and technique are needed in order to attain clearness of sty...
  • 2 Languages Translator Business Translators
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    If you know two of more languages fluently, then you are qualified for a job as a translator or interpreter. A translator mainly consists of translating the written words of one language to another as opposed to an interpreter who translates the spoken word. Translators translate many different publications, including articles, fictional materials, screenplays, business reports, and websites. The translation field is set to double to a $20 billion industry by 2004. Two main causes of this are th...
  • Enlightenment To The Listening Class
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    Enlightenment to the listening classes from the study of listening comprehension process Helen Wang T. The current situation of listening comprehension classes In listening comprehension classes, a large number of students often complain that the speed of the material is so fast that they cannot catch the meaning, if the material is slowed down; students will understand it quite well. But, in daily life who would speak so slowly? Therefore, itfs necessary to train the students to listen to the m...
  • Reception Theory And Poem Translation
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    Literary fuzziness is one of the characteristics of literature. It leads to what is called in Reception Theory! ^0 indeterminacies! +/- and! ^0 gaps! +/- in literary works. According to Reception Theory, a literary work is full of! ^0 indeterminacies! +/- or! ^0 gaps! +/-, depending for their effect on the reader! s interpretation. Thus a kind of interaction between the writer and the reader is achieved. Moreover, since each individual reader, during the process of reading, resorts to imaginatio...