Magi is to what As airplane is to hangar These are the answer choices a.creche b.school c.stadium d.park?
I think the answer is park.
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Beryllium is less dense and lightweight. it makes for better use as an alloy! =)
Answer The magi were priests of the Zoroastrian religion. Perhaps Matthew wanted to show that even the priests of this great religion wanted to worship Jesus. Later, the Zoroastrian connection became less important and many translations now call them "wise men". Other modern interpretations are t…hat they were kings. John Shelby Spong ( A Bishop Rethinks the Birth of Jesus ) says that among people he knows in New Testament circles, the universal assumption is that the magi were not actual people. (MORE)
Airplanes fly under their own power which means they can have a sustained flight until they deplete their power source - as opposed to gliders that maintain flight by an initial exterior power source and airships that fly by being buoyant in the air, or floating like a ship on water.. also planes f…ly by producing lift on wings or a lift producing body (a lifting body) - as opposed to a missile that flies entirely by its power source being greater than gravity, friction and other forces acting against the flight or by being "pushed" by external forces like a glider to overcome the same forces.. Helicopters are airplanes as the rotor is a spinning wing so they fly under their own power and produce lift - if you have ever seen one of the small aerobatic aircraft that can "hover" in vertical position it is still acting as an airplane since the prop is now acting as a spinning wing - but one of the new fighter jets doing the same thing would then become a powered missile rather than an airplane since it is no longer producing any lift.. The term aircraft can refer to any of these types that operate in an air environment: airplane, glider, airship or missile. (MORE)
The Three Magi are The Wise Men who were given the names Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar.. And they go to bethlehem..
A hangar is a large building where aircraft are kept, both forprotection from the elements and for repairs. The same term is alsoapplied to similar buildings that house submarines. The term aerodrome is usually used for a hangar where oldplanes are kept to show them off to other people and to pre…servethem. Be VERY careful to avoid confusing hangar with thesoundalike word hanger , which is a hook that's used to holdan object; e.g. clothing, lamps, etc. Many people erroneously usethe term "airplane hanger", but the only airplane hangers are found in museums where planes are suspended from the ceiling. (MORE)
It depends of which one you are referring to. A Hangar is a building to place a plane in. A Hanger is a person who hangs something or the device you place an article of clothing on like a coat hanger.
a caste of priests, philosophers, and magicians, among the ancient Persians; hence, any holy men or sages of the East
This story is of a young couple named Della and Jim. they give up their most priced possessions and buy gifts for each other .During the time of Jesus , there were three wise men who came and gave Jesus some wonderful gifts and they were called The Magi .In this short story by O.Henry ,Jim and Della… have been called the magi because they were very wise in giving gifts to each other The magi in the gift of the magi were Jim and Della, the two lovers living in a dingy flat. They were wise because they learned in the end that any material goods in the world were not worthy of their love for each other. (MORE)
if we didnt have a hangar than all our clothes would be lying on the floor. most airplanes are in the hanger WHAT THE HANGER IS GOING ON HERE?!
An aircraft or an airplane is used to either transport peoplefrom place to place or to transport goods or services from onepoint to its destination. It does so by flying through the air dueto the force of lift generated by the flow of air across its wingsdue to the forward thrust generated by its en…gines. (MORE)
Answer The author of Matthew's Gospel says that the magi came from the east, following a star. The magi were priests of the Zoroastrian religion which the Jews had encountered during the Babylonian Exile. So, the magi would have come from Persia or Babylon, where Zoroastrianism was practised.… However, John Shelby Spong ( A Bishop Rethinks the Birth of Jesus ) says that among people he knows in New Testament circles, the universal assumption is that Matthew's magi were not actual people. If they were not real people, the magi of Matthew's Gospel did not come form anywhere. (MORE)
The magi wer 3 wise men who brought gifts for Baby Jesus. They got him gold, frankincense and myrrh. can; allegory; the importance of giving gifts freely
The Magi are the Three Wise men. ( the bible does not enumerate them nor does it refer to them as Kings) they are more correctly associated with the Epiphany. the travel aspect and Camels make them a popular aspect of the holiday with kids- which is all well and good. There are some epiphany songs o…ther than ( we Three Kings)- One of the better ones, rarely heard- is Prokokiev"s March of The Kings- the lyrics go- Late at Night, upon the great Highway, I met three kings of the Orient, Riding..l In the East, there shone a starry ray.. to guide these Kings upon their Noble Way. Judged from sheet-music covers the Great Highway was, what else- the Great Wall of China! (MORE)
the magi is a magicly ball it can travel you in to anywere you want just tell it were you want to go then shake it and if it says yes then it will take you and if it says no then it will not take you either because it is too far or that it needs some batereis
Answer This question is no doubt asking about the magi of Matthew's Gospel, not the tallest Zoroastrian priest (which is what the magi were). Unfortunately, there can be no answer, because there weren't really any magi . John Shelby Spong ( A Bishop Rethinks the Birth of Jesus ) says that amon…g people he knows in New Testament circles, the universal assumption is that the magi , or wise men, were not actual people. He says that Matthew was writing Christian midrash. (MORE)
Nobody knows. We dont even know if there were three.\nTraditionally, they were Gasphar, Melchor, and Balthazar.\n
Strictly speaking, the Magi were a Median tribe that provided priests for the the other west Iranian tribes, including the Parsis (Persians). The west Iranians brought a primitive version of the proto-Indo-Iranian religion from their earlier homeland on the Russian steppes. At this stage, the Magi… were priests of the old religion. Zoroastrianism, derived from the same proto-Indo-Iranian religion, came later into the eastern regions and eventually spread into western Iran. The Magi continued as priests for Zoroastrianism. Matthew was portraying the priests of this great religion as regarding the birth of a Jewish Messiah as a momentous event. By having them wish to worship him, Matthew was probably demonstrating that Jesus had dominion over even the Zoroastrians. (MORE)
The magi are people who used to give out gifts. They are beleved to be very wise.
"The east". Commentary: Magi / Astrologers / Kings - all the same. The number of Magi is never mentioned in the Bible. There were three gifts, gold ( earthly kingship of the child ) frankincense (divine kingship of the child ) myrrh (ointment used in burial - prophecy of death of child). The number… three might also be significant as to the sons of Noah, who at that time were thought to be the particular "races" (Japeth - Europeans; Shem - Semites Ham African) thus signifying that all the world (gentiles) came to the feet of the Christ. (MORE)
A 'hangar party' is an event held in an aircraft hangar at an airport, usually catered/with entertainment. They usually have one of three purposes: . Company event for an aviation-related business . Event for an aviation-related organization (not necessarily the business operating the hangar) . …Promotion, targeted at invitees, for a flight school or charter/leasing/fractional ownership business. (MORE)
How big is your aircraft hangar? There are little 'T' hangars that only hold one little airplane, to HUGE military and industrial hangars that can cover acres of land.
No, a hangar sword is a specific reference to decorativebasket-hilted swords. Although modern decorative swords are the most prolific "hangarswords", being usually made of very brittle stainless steel and noteven having good tangs*, there are examples of hangar swords thatdate earlier on, possibly …as early as the late 1600s. Historically,if a general wanted or needed a very decorative sword as a symbolof power, but did not need it to be especially useful for battle,they would go for a hangar sword. Swords most typically called hangar swords are basket-hilted swordsthat belonged to people of wealth and status. Bear in mind thatmany generals, admirals and wealthy citizens did not expect toengage in close combat, with the exception of duels, which would befought with different sets of swords. It was entirely possible forthe same person to wear one decorative sword on the street and haveone fencing sword stored for duelling purposes. * The "tang" is the part of a sword that goes into the hilt, anextremely important feature in determining a sword'sdurability (MORE)
True love and sacrifice. If my memory is correct, she cuts her hair for money to buy something for his watch. He sells his watch to buy something for her hair. What they gave as presents was far more less than the love they had for each other.
Commonly, the Magi are thought to be either heathen/paganworshippers of the Zoroastrian god, or pehaps practisers of blackmagic. Just because something is considered by many as correct,does not make it so - like the earth is flat. So in keeping withthe category, let's refer to the Scriptures for ans…wers. The earliest mention of 'Magi' occurs in Jeremiah 39:3,13 where theterm in the KJV is 'Rab-mag' that was left untranslated as no oneknew the meaning. However, it has come to be deciphered to mean'Chief Magi' who were pagan priests, physicians, and learned men inthe company of Babylonians. The stem word comes from 'mag or mog'meaning priest or great one in the Old Persian or 'pahlavi'language. A reliable Bible dictionary will confirm this for thereader. Examples of this definition may be found in the Book ofEsther - Harman the Agagite, and Bar-Jesus or Elymas the sorcerer(Magi) in Acts 13. So we have one definition of the term Magi fromthe Bible. But there is another also. In Daniel 2:48 we read, "Then the king made Daniel a great man, andgave him many great gifts, and made him ruler of the whole provinceof Babylon, and chief of the governors over all the wise men(Hebrew: Magi) of Babylon. So one of God's prophets and righteousmen is in charge of the Babylonian Magi who certainly taught othersGod's ways as he lived a long time amongst them. As Daniel taughtof the Christ and the end of the reign of men, these Magi becameaware of this as well. Their home, as is most commonly suggested is in Persia. Yet, thesePersian Magi were priest of the Zoroastrian savior. Ask yourself,would Zoroastrian priests come to see Christ being born King? The'Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics,' Hastings, Vol VII, p. 244says, " It is noteworthy, therefore, that Matthew 2...isolates theMagi from Persian religion. Hastings has much to say proving theseMagi did not study astronomy and despised dreams. In contrast, theWise Men of Matthew's account are very learned in astronomy, andcertainly considered dreams. No, the wise men are not Persian, not Zoroastrian Magi. The bestidentification for them are the Parthian Empire, the land of theMagi, the empire of the East in power from about 250 BC to about226 AD. These 'peoples' just happened to arise in the southernshores of the Caspian Sea during the time of the House of Israel(not House of Judah) dispersion from their previous Assyriancaptivity. The geographer Strabo shows a strong influence of theseMagi in the king's council of Parthia - consisting of 2 groups -kinsmen and Wise Men (Magi) both appointed by the kings (Geography,11.9.3). The Gospel of Matthew, chapter 2 follows the prophecy of Numbers24:17. If these Magi are actually the 'lost 10 tribesmen' it wouldaccount for the Apostle Thomas' work in Parthia with the Magi afterChrist's resurrection. As Christ said in Matthew 15:24, 'I am notsent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel.' But we neverread of Christ going to them perhaps because the House of Israelcame to Christ at His birth via the caravan of Magi (representingthe lost sheep of Israel). (MORE)
It disappoints me, also, that the military will not allow this information to citizens. Anyone who could tell you the answer would either have to kill you afterward, or the Air Force would come around to kill you yourself. The question is, is it right for them to hide this information? What really …happened that night? My brother is in the Air Force; He goes to Wright-Patterson every day. I believe he knows, but he would never tell. (MORE)
for flying really, but they also can do the different tasks they are built to do(exp. a passenger planes carries people to a certain destination,a bomber planes drops bombs on a certain target etc.)
It transports you from one place to another so u can get to new places.
Example sentence - We pulled the airplane out of the hangar before the sun came up.
Magi is pronounced like this. May- J- eye the g is like j for (jar)
Beryllium has a much better strength to weight ratio. However, it is also much more expensive than iron.
The battle of Hangar Wood started because of the Germans sinking a british hospital ship.
Density of aluminium is 2.70 g/cc iron is 7.87 g/cc. Aluminium is lighter and weight is a major consideration in airplane efficiency.
You will find written in Matthew chapter 2 concerning the "Mag-os", who visited Christ and brought him gifts. in verse 12 of chapter 2 you will find the vision "dream" or father provided to them concerning Herod and his evil plans.
A hangar is normallay used to keep aircraft, either in storage or as a place of manufacture, service and repair.
A car going down-hill ! It's moving - the plane in the hangar is static.
Push the flight attendant call button and pretend it gave you a shock. . Call the Psychic Hotline and ask if they know where you are (only do this when phones are permitted on). . Drop a pen in the aisle and wait until someone reaches to pick it up and scream, "That's mine!" . Lay down a Twister …mat in the back of the plane and ask people if they'd like to play. . Swat at flies that don't exist. . When the attendant passes out pillows yell, "pillow fight!" . Wear a puppet on your hand and use it to talk to other passengers. . Blow your nose and offer to show the contents of your kleenex to other passengers. . Offer name tags to everyone getting on the plane. Wear yours upside-down. . Stare, grinning, at another passenger for a while, and then announce: "I've got new socks on!" . Challenge the person next to you with a "Thumb War." . Ring the stewardess button frequently and always ask this question: "Are we there yet?" . Try not to think about penguins. It's very hard. . Invent Eyeshadow Application techniques. . Barage your neighbor with one stupid question after another, for example: What do you like better, hands or feet? Have you ever gone cow tipping? Do you untie your shoes when you take them off? you can play games if u hava a psp or on your phone .. also you can play card games if there is another person.... you can go on your laptop. (MORE)
The first airplane was made by the Wright Brothers (Orville and Wilbur) called the Wright Flyer or just the Flyer. It had no specific purpose.
You can do many things sutch as look out the window, Get snacks play games and some other stuff but you must do it in your seat!
No not at all history very clearly states that in the book of Matthew Magi , which is plural of Magus ,were actually from the East and were very learned priests of Zorstrain.
A hanger is an object that is specifically shaped to hang your clothes on. A hangar is a large building used to store airplanes in most cases, but it is known to have been used for government in tell or as a storage facility.
It is not recorded at all so no one knows. It is often assumed though that they came from Persia.
Those are two very different things. The Pharisees were theTorah-sages (see attached Related Link). Whereas magi werepractitioners of Zoroastrianism, sometimes associated withstargazing or sorcery and explicitly repudiated by the Torah-sages(for example, Talmud, Shabbat 75a).
It is a large hangar (#18), at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, inwhich aircraft are stored, Further, it is believed by some, thatparts of or even an entire alien ship, that was said to havecrashed in Roswell, New Mexico is or has been housed there.
hanÂ·gar (noun) ËhaÅ-Ér, ËhaÅ-gÉr - shelter, shed; especially : a covered and usually enclosed area for housing and repairing aircraft
Hangars are typically used for storing aircraft or spacecraft in protective storage. Hangars can be used to protect aircraft or spacecraft from weather conditions and direct sunlight.
You can ask the air hostess on the airplane to bring you food ofyour choice.
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