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Imputation and Impartation (2009)
Union with Christ in American Reformed Theology by William B. Evans
The fact, as was evident in the preceding survey of Scholarship, that the precise relation of Calvin's conception of union with Christ to the doctrine of justification has been a vexed question is an indication ”Ibid., III.3.9. "Ibid., III.3.11. "Ibid., III.3.9 .
by B. Datta-Ray, S. P. Agrawal
The vexed question is a hornet ' s nest . Three types of consequences are emerging as a result of ethnicity . One is the role of the people ( they ) who at one time asserted that they only can run the administration and will forever rule over the ...
by Royal Whitman
The vexed question is that of early weight bearing , as opposed to complete cessation of function , from the inception to the end of the disease , a period of several years . From the practical standpoint , what has been described as the ...
A Dictionary of Law (1891)
Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern; Including the Principal Terms of International, Constitutional, and Commercial Law; with a Collection of Legal Maxims and Numerous Select Titles from the Civil Law and Other Foreign Systems by Henry Campbell Black
A vexed question; a question often agitated or discussed, but not determined or settled; a question or point which has been differently determined, and so left doubtful. 7 Coke, 43b; 8 Burrows, 1547. VEXATION. The injury or damage which is ...
A Law Dictionary Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern ... (1995)
by Henry Campbell Black
A vexed question; a question often agitated or discussed, but not determined or settled: a question or point which has been differently determined, and so left doubtful. 7 Coke, 456; 8 Burrows, 1547. VEXATION. The Injury or damage which is ...
March's Thesaurus Dictionary (1925)
A Treasure House of Words and Knowledge by Francis Andrew March
J A vexed question. Vexed question. Anything that causes discussion or contest. Variakcb — Verbs. Be discordant. To clash or be at variance. See Nouns. Bicker. To wrangle; exchange blows. Brangle. To dispute contentious!
Designed to Suggest Immediately Any Desired Word Needed to Express Exactly a Given Idea; a Dictionary, Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms, Foreign Phrases, Pronunciations, a Copious Correlation of Words, Prepared Under the Supervision of Francis Andrew March ... and Francis Andrew March, Jr by Francis Andrew March
A vexed question. Vexed question. Anything that causes discussion or contest. VARIANce—Verbs. Be discordant. To clash or be at variance.
Primarily for the Use of Students, But Adapted Also to the Use of the Profession at Large by J. Kendrick Kinney
Wexata quaestio: a vexed question; a question often agitated or discussed, but not settled. Wey, l. fr. Way. Weyer, l. fr. To see; to view. Weyer est: it is to be seen. Weyet: sees. Weyn, l. fr. In old English law. Void. Wi, l. By force. Wi et armis: with ...
a new etymological dictionary of the English language by Joseph Emerson Worcester
Vexed question, a question much disputed. Vi'a. [L.] By the way of. VT-a-Ml' j-tjr, n . The state of being viable. VTa-ble, a [Ft. viable; vie, L. vita, life.] Capable of living Vl'a-dfict, n. [L. via, a way, and ducere, ductum, to carry.] An elevated roadway.
by C. M. Schwarz, Elizabeth McLaren Kirkpatrick
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there was the always vexed question of contraband. There was no Hague Convention which dealt with the question of conditional and absolute contraband . As the Declaration of London (see London, Declaration of) was declared by- Great ...
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