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Best Douay predates Challoner and Haydock

Post by flatterme on Sat Jan 07, 2017 8:49 pm

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Re: Best Douay predates Challoner and Haydock

Post by FlatEarthFanatic on Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:25 pm

Isaiah 40:22 in the REAL Douay-Rheims says COMPASS not GLOBE

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COMPASS - Definition: noun: compass; plural noun: compasses; plural noun: magnetic compass; noun: pair of compasses; plural noun: pairs of compasses

1.an instrument containing a magnetized pointer that shows the direction of magnetic north and bearings from it.

2.an instrument for drawing circles and arcs and measuring distances between points, consisting of two arms linked by a movable joint, one arm ending in a point and the other usually carrying a pencil or pen.

3.the range or scope of something. "the event had political repercussions that are beyond the compass of this book" synonyms: scope, range, extent, reach, span, breadth, ambit, limits, parameters, bounds "faith cannot be defined within the compass of human thought" the enclosing limits of an area. "this region had within its compass many types of agriculture" the range of notes that can be produced by a voice or a musical instrument. "the cellos were playing in a rather somber part of their compass" verb - archaic verb: compass; 3rd person present: compasses; past tense: compassed; past participle: compassed; gerund or present participle: compassing 1.go around (something) in a circular course. "the ship wherein Magellan compassed the world" surround or enclose on all sides. "they were compassed with numerous fierce and cruel tribes" 2.contrive to accomplish (something). "he compassed his end only by the exercise of violence"

Origin Middle English: from Old French compas (noun), compasser (verb), based on Latin com- ‘together’ + passus ‘a step or pace.’ Several senses (‘measure,’ ‘artifice,’ ‘circumscribed area,’ and ‘pair of compasses’) that appeared in Middle English are also found in Old French, but their development and origin are uncertain. The transference of sense to the magnetic compass is held to have occurred in the related Italian word compasso, from the circular shape of the compass box.

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Re: Best Douay predates Challoner and Haydock

Post by ItsFlat on Thu Oct 19, 2017 4:30 pm

Don't forget Job 26:10.

Circumcedit

The wall holds back the seas.

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