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Greeks

Mathematical measures of risk. See also: delta, gamma, rho, theta, and vega.
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(7.) "Hellene" and "Greek" are Putnam's original examples.
He is poised between "Hebrew" and "Hellene," between a certain monologic (Protestant-Puritan) assessment and a wider, more nuanced (religious humanist) appreciation.
The scene figuratively unites the cold with the hot, skeptic with the blissfully ignorant, Yahwist with Hellene, self-consciousness with mythological pre-consciousness.
8, at New Life Center Assembly of God Church in Springfield for Hellene Walker of the Lane County area.
It has great passages--the reconstruction of Borne's witty conversation, the' Letters from Helgoland' which purport to anticipate and celebrate the July Revolution of 1830, the satirical account of a gathering of exiled revolutionaries, and the reflection on the opposed Hellene and Nazarene character-types--but it aroused, and still arouses, incredulous ridicule by claiming the moral high ground while salaciously accusing Borne of living in a menage a trois.
La segunda parte, Unir et proteger, consta de: <<Monde hellene et chretiente romaine: l'union introuvable, 1878-1903>> (Giuseppe M.
It has one author and hero: a refined decadent, Montmartre poet, rebellious Russian student, 'Goetheanum' builder, camel-caravan leader in a Central Asian desert, bibliophile, artist, Hellene, Frenchman, and three-times Russian.
Just as the astonishing victory of a small number of Greek poleis over the mighty Persian empire had created a Herodotean history based on the bipolarity of Hellene and barbarian, and the pathetic dismemberment of imperial Athens at the hands of her fellow-Greeks had produced a Thucydidean history based on the bipolarity of nomos and phusis, the civilized rule of law and the brutal law of nature, so did Rome's inexorable pacification of the Mediterranean world inspire Polybius to write the first "universal history" in which these older bi-polarities needed to be re-interpreted as aspects of a single oikoumene (known world).
* Principal support involved encouraging the school library program's use by teachers and students, integrating it into curricular work, and providing flexible scheduling (Farwell, 1999; Hellene, 1974; Yetter, 1994).
They include his splendid study Hebrew and Hellene in Victorian England and the major articles that flank it, some so multi-valent and thoroughly researched that they might readily have been monographs.