Adjective(1) appearing in a biblical canon(2) of or relating to or required by canon law(3) reduced to the simplest and most significant form possible without loss of generality(4) conforming to orthodox or recognized rules
(1) After an acrimonious debate, in 1981 The Catholic University revised its special bylaws and again required that professors have a canonical mission in order to teach theology.(2) We used the RT of the element present in sequence AC006067 as the canonical copy for the analyses presented in figure 3.(3) The first consequence is a fundamental change in the present legal status, canonical and secular, of the university.(4) High-priority inserts were then sequenced from both ends; virtually all of them had a Cbs element with the canonical chromosome breakage sequence.(5) My exegetical method combines elements of postmodernist literary criticism and canonical criticism.(6) Was Augustine's reading of the text in keeping with the intention of those second-century Christians who first began to read the Epistle to the Romans as a canonical text?(7) Breadth of reading also played a central role in science, because to establish their authority as writers many scientists needed to show a familiarity with the canonical texts of the Western literary tradition.(8) The best results were obtained by the local alignment method LALIGN, as the analyzed sequences contained numerous gaps, insertions, and duplications relative to the canonical hobo sequence.(9) An alternative explanation for the low level of divergence among canonical P sequences in the two species groups is that these elements shared a common ancestor more recently than did their host species.(10) These works have cast a long shadow, and their influence has helped to broaden approaches to a range of canonical writers.(11) Moreover, citing a breach of their canonical right to due process, some priests are appealing to Rome.(12) These mutations generated variant repeats that differed at one or several positions from the canonical sequences defined earlier for each repeat of the A 2 allele.(13) It has some bearing on the meaning of one of the great historical novels that remains canonical in the most obdurate of ways, Alessandro Manzoni's I Promessi Sposi.(14) For most elements with poly tails in the genomic sequence, the canonical AATAAA polyadenylation signal can be found upstream.(15) Translation of the DNA is performed initially according to the canonical code, but when the code changes different organisms in the population may be translated by different codes.(16) This argument assumes that some crimes and punishments in that system are comparable to the canonical crime of clerical sexual wrongdoing with a minor and the ecclesiastical penalties available for it.
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