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Muspelheim

In Norse cosmology, Muspelheim, also called Muspell, is a realm of fire. The etymology of "Muspelheim" is uncertain, but may come from the Mund-spilli, "world-destroyers", "the wreck of the world."

                                               

Solomon Schechter Day School of Bergen County

Solomon Schechter Day School of Bergen County is a coeducational Jewish day school at 275 McKinley Avenue in New Milford, New Jersey, United States. The school is a member of the Conservative Jewish Movement and the Solomon Schechter Day School A ...

                                               

Solomon Schechter Day School of Raritan Valley

Solomon Schechter Day School of Raritan Valley was a Conservative Jewish day school that served students in kindergarten through eighth grade that was located in East Brunswick, New Jersey, United States, until its closure before the start of the ...

                                               

Solomon Schechter High School of New York

Solomon Schechter High School of New York was a coeducational Jewish high school located in the New York City borough of Manhattan. The school, which was affiliated with the Conservative Movement of Judaism and a member of the Solomon Schechter D ...

                                               

Anglican doctrine

Anglican doctrine is the body of Christian teachings used to guide the religious and moral practices of Anglicans.

                                               

Church covenant

A church covenant is a declaration, which some churches draw up and call their members to sign, in which their duties as church members towards God and their fellow believers are outlined. It is a fraternal agreement, freely endorsed, that establ ...

                                               

Anglican Marian theology

Anglican Marian theology is the summation of the doctrines and beliefs of Anglicanism concerning Mary, mother of Jesus. As Anglicans believe that Jesus was both human and God the Son, the second Person of the Trinity, within the Anglican Communio ...

                                               

Eastern Orthodox theology

Eastern Orthodox theology is the theology particular to the Eastern Orthodox Church. It is characterized by monotheistic Trinitarianism, belief in the Incarnation of the essentially divine Logos or only-begotten Son of God, a balancing of catapha ...

                                               

Gnomic will

Gnomic will is a Eastern Christian theological notion meaning spontaneous individual aspiration and movement of the mind. This concept belongs to St. Maximus the Confessor. The term gnomic derives from the Greek gnome, meaning desire or intention ...

                                               

History of Eastern Orthodox theology in the 20th century

20th century Eastern Orthodox theology has been dominated by neo-Palamism, the revival of St. Palamas and hesychasm. John Behr characterizes Orthodox theology as having been "reborn in the twentieth century." Norman Russell describes Orthodox the ...

                                               

Prelest

Prelest, Greek: πλάνη - plani), also known as: spiritual delusion, spiritual deception, delusion, illusion, – according to Holy Fathers of Orthodox Church, a false spiritual state, a spiritual illness, "a wounding of human nature by falsehood". T ...

                                               

Old Testament theology

Old Testament Theology is the branch of Biblical theology that seeks theological insight within the Old Testament or Hebrew Bible. It explores past and present theological concepts as they pertain to God and Gods relationship with creation. While ...

                                               

Original righteousness

Original righteousness is a concept in Roman Catholic theology relating to the Edenic state of sinlessness. According to this doctrine, Adam and Eve were created without sin, and this original righteousness meant that a number of conditions that ...

                                               

Traducianism

In Christian theology, traducianism is a doctrine about the origin of the soul or synonymously, spirit, holding that this immaterial aspect is transmitted through natural generation along with the body, the material aspect of human beings. That i ...

                                               

Tripartite (theology)

In Christian theology, the tripartite view holds that humankind is a composite of three distinct components: body, spirit, and soul. It is in contrast to the bipartite view, where soul and spirit are taken as different terms for the same entity.

                                               

Church of Christ in China

The Church of Christ in China was a coalition of churches in mainland China, established in the early half of the twentieth century. After missionaries were expelled from China in the 1950s, it would continue to exist primarily in the Hong Kong C ...

                                               

Adhi Vinayaka

Adhi Vinayaka is a form of the Hindu deity Ganesha, which portrays Ganesha with a human head, prior to being decapitated by his father, Shiva. This specific form of Ganesha is rarely worshipped, with only few dedicated shrines, such as the one ne ...

                                               

Avanangattilkalari Vishnumaya Temple

Avanangattilkalari Sree Vishnumaya Temple is a Hindu temple at peringottukara, Thrissur District, Kerala state, India. It is dedicated to the god Vishnumaya in Kerala. The god is known also by the names Chathan. Avanangattilkalari vishnumaya temp ...

                                               

Banjari (deity)

Banjari is one of the popular Hindu deity in Orissa, India. There are many Banjari temples present in the western and southern parts of Orissa. Banjari temple in Majursahi-known in Orissa. Banjari is also the primary deity associated with the fam ...

                                               

Guardians of the directions

In Hinduism the Guardians of the Directions are the deities who rule the specific directions of space according to Hinduism and Vajrayāna Buddhism - especially Kālacakra. As a group of eight deities, they are called Asta-Dikpāla, literally meanin ...

                                               

Jayanta

In Hindu mythology, Jayanta, also spelled as Jayanta, is the son of Indra, the king of the gods and his consort Indrani. He resides in Svarga, the Hindu heaven, governed by Indra. He has a sister called Jayanti. He appears in various Hindu script ...

                                               

Manikeswari

Manikeswari is one of the popular Hindu deity in Orissa. There are many Manikeswari temples present in Western and Southern part of Orissa. Manikeswari temple in Bhawanipatna is well known in Orissa. Manikeswari is also the primary deity associat ...

                                               

Mārtanda

Mārtanda in Hinduism is the eighth and last of the Vedic solar deities called Adityas. He is known as an Aditya by virtue of being born to Aditi.

                                               

Thirty-three gods

The Thirty-three deities is a pantheon of Vedic deities, some of Vedic origin and some developed later. All the Vedic deities are called tri-pistapa, and there are three kinds of them - the Ādityas, the Vasus and the Rudras - beneath whom are the ...

                                               

Common grace

Common grace is a theological concept in Protestant Christianity, developed primarily in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Reformed/Calvinistic thought, referring to the grace of God that is either common to all humankind, or common to everyone wi ...

                                               

Predestination in Calvinism

Predestination is a doctrine in Calvinism dealing with the question of the control that God exercises over the world. In the words of the Westminster Confession of Faith, God "freely and unchangeably ordained whatsoever comes to pass." The second ...

                                               

Soul competency

Soul competency is a Christian theological perspective on the accountability of each person before God. According to the view, ones family relationships, church membership, or ecclesiastical or religious authorities cannot affect salvation of one ...

                                               

Ahead-of-time compilation

In computer science, ahead-of-time compilation is the act of compiling a higher-level programming language such as C or C++, or an intermediate representation such as Java bytecode or.NET Framework Common Intermediate Language code, into a native ...

                                               

Apple Dylan

Apple Dylan is the original implementation of the programming language Dylan. It was developed by Apple Computer from 1992 to 1995. Dylan was developed by Apple Cambridge, formerly of coral software, developers of Macintosh common Lisp. The origi ...

                                               

Banerjee test

In compiler theory, the Banerjee test is a dependence test. The Banerjee test assumes that all loop indices are independent, however in reality, this is often not true. The Banerjee test is a conservative test. That is, it will not break a depend ...

                                               

C--

C-- is a C-like programming language. Its creators, functional programming researchers Simon Peyton Jones and Norman Ramsey, designed it to be generated mainly by compilers for very high-level languages rather than written by human programmers. U ...

                                               

GCD test

In compiler theory, a greatest common divisor test is the test used in study of loop optimization and loop dependence analysis to test the dependency between loop statements.

                                               

Maximal munch

In computer programming and computer science, maximal munch or longest match is the principle that when creating some construct, as much of the available input as possible should be consumed. The earliest known use of this term is R. G. G. Cattel ...

                                               

Microsoft Phoenix

Microsoft Phoenix, being developed at Microsoft Research, is a framework for developing compilers as well as program analysis, testing and optimization tools, to be used as the back-end for future compiler technologies from Microsoft. It is also ...

                                               

Multi-pass compiler

A multi-pass compiler is a type of compiler that processes the source code or abstract syntax tree of a program several times. This is in contrast to a one-pass compiler, which traverses the program only once. Each pass takes the result of the pr ...

                                               

One-pass compiler

In computer programming, a one-pass compiler is a compiler that passes through the parts of each compilation unit only once, immediately translating each part into its final machine code. This is in contrast to a multi-pass compiler which convert ...

                                               

PQCC

The Production Quality Compiler-Compiler Project was a long-term project led by William Wulf at Carnegie Mellon University to produce an industrial-strength compiler-compiler. PQCC would produce full, optimizing programming language compilers fro ...

                                               

Retargeting

In software engineering, retargeting is an attribute of software development tools that have been specifically designed to generate code for more than one computing platform.

                                               

TDM-GCC

TDM-GCC is a compiler suite for Microsoft Windows. It has an easy-to-use single-file installer that creates a working installation with just a few clicks, and can update that installation when new packages become available. It can create 32-bit O ...

                                               

UNCOL

UNCOL was a proposed universal intermediate language for compilers introduced by Melvin E. Conway in 1958. It was never fully specified or implemented, in many ways it was more a concept than a language. UNCOL was intended to make compilers econo ...

                                               

ASSIST (computing)

ASSIST is an IBM System/370-compatible assembler and interpreter developed in the early 1970s at Penn State University by Graham Campbell and John Mashey. plus student assistants. In the late 1960-ies, computer science education is expanding rapi ...

                                               

CINT

CINT is a command line C/C++ interpreter that is included in the object oriented data analysis package ROOT. Although intended for use with the other faculties of ROOT, CINT can also be used as a standalone addition to another program that requir ...

                                               

Pry (software)

Pry is an interactive shell for the Ruby programming language. It is notable for its Smalltalk-inspired ability to start a REPL within a running program. This lets programmers debug and modify the current state of a system.

                                               

System/34 BASIC

IBM System/34 BASIC was an interpreter for the IBM System/34 midrange computer. System / 34 basic was first offered in 1978, and as such, contains many of the attributes that the program will be faced in the time period TRS-80, or many other prop ...

                                               

JetBrains MPS

JetBrains MPS is a Language workbench developed by JetBrains. MPS is a tool to design domain-specific languages. It uses projectional editing which allows users to overcome the limits of language parsers, and build DSL editors, such as ones with ...

                                               

Charities in Scotland

Scotland hosts many charities, covering topics as diverse as animal welfare, disabled people, children, religious charities, health, and social welfare. Scottish charities fall under the auspices of the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator, w ...

                                               

The Cookie Jar Foundation

The Cookie Jar Foundation is a non-profit, bespoke foundation established to help meet funding requirements for a wide range of notable beneficiaries including the Edinburgh Sick Kids Hospital, the young persons group at Maggies Cancer Centre at ...

                                               

GALVmed

The Global Alliance for Livestock Veterinary Medicines, formerly the Global Alliance for Livestock Vaccines, is a not-for-profit livestock health product development and access partnership. It operates as a public-private partnership and a UK reg ...

                                               

HALO Trust

The HALO Trust is a non-political and non-religious registered British charity and American non-profit organization which removes debris left behind by war, in particular land mines. With about 6.000 deminers worldwide, HALOs largest operation is ...

                                               

The Clanranald Trust for Scotland

The Clanranald Trust for Scotland is a recognised non-profit organisation founded in 1995 and based in Carronvalley, Scotland. Its chairman is Charlie Allan.

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