synoptical view

  • 1 Synoptical — Synoptic Syn*op tic, Synoptical Syn*op tic*al, a. [Gr. ?: cf. F. synoptique. See {Synopsis}.] Affording a general view of the whole, or of the principal parts of a thing; as, a synoptic table; a synoptical statement of an argument. The synoptic… …

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  • 2 synoptical — adj. pertaining to or constituting a synopsis, summary; presenting a similar point of view; of or pertaining to the first three gospels in the New Testament (Matthew, Mark and Luke) …

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  • 3 synoptical — adjective presenting or taking the same point of view; used especially with regard to the first three gospels of the New Testament synoptic sayings • Syn: ↑synoptic • Similar to: ↑same …

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  • 4 bird's-eye view — 1. View from above, air view. 2. General survey, rapid glance over, conspectus, synoptical view …

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  • 5 Alexander Henry Haliday — Alexander Henry Haliday, also known as Enrico Alessandro Haliday and Alexis Heinrich Haliday (1807–1870), was an Irish entomologist. He is primarily known for his work on Hymenoptera, Diptera and Thysanoptera, but Haliday worked on all insect… …

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  • 6 Synoptic — Syn*op tic, Synoptical Syn*op tic*al, a. [Gr. ?: cf. F. synoptique. See {Synopsis}.] Affording a general view of the whole, or of the principal parts of a thing; as, a synoptic table; a synoptical statement of an argument. The synoptic Gospels.… …

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  • 7 Synoptically — Synoptic Syn*op tic, Synoptical Syn*op tic*al, a. [Gr. ?: cf. F. synoptique. See {Synopsis}.] Affording a general view of the whole, or of the principal parts of a thing; as, a synoptic table; a synoptical statement of an argument. The synoptic… …

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  • 10 Julian calendar — The Julian calendar began in 45 BC (709 AUC) as a reform of the Roman calendar by Julius Caesar. It was chosen after consultation with the astronomer Sosigenes of Alexandria and was probably designed to approximate the tropical year (known at… …

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  • 11 synoptic — also synoptical adjective Etymology: Greek synoptikos, from synopsesthai Date: 1763 1. affording a general view of a whole 2. manifesting or characterized by comprehensiveness or breadth of view 3. presenting or taking the same or common view;… …

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  • 12 synoptic — adj. & n. adj. 1 of, forming, or giving a synopsis. 2 taking or affording a comprehensive mental view. 3 of the Synoptic Gospels. 4 giving a general view of weather conditions. n. 1 a Synoptic Gospel. 2 the writer of a Synoptic Gospel. Phrases… …

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  • 15 synoptic — synoptically, adv. /si nop tik/, adj. 1. pertaining to or constituting a synopsis; affording or taking a general view of the principal parts of a subject. 2. (often cap.) taking a common view: used chiefly in reference to the first three Gospels… …

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  • 16 synoptic — adjective 1》 of, forming, or involving a synopsis or general view. 2》 (Synoptic) relating to or denoting the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke, which describe events from a similar point of view, as contrasted with that of John. Derivatives… …

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  • 17 synoptic — [si näp′tik] adj. [ModL synopticus < Gr synoptikos] 1. of or constituting a synopsis; presenting a general view or summary 2. [often S ] giving an account from the same point of view: said of the first three Gospels, as distinguished from the… …

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  • 20 Takenoshin Nakai — Nacimiento 9 de noviembre 1882 Gifu Fallecimiento 6 de diciembre 1952 Tokio Nacionalidad japonés Campo …

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