codecs, codecsau, chodecs, chodecsau, godecs, godecsau, nghodecs, nghodecsau
Noun(1) an official list of chemicals or medicines etc.(2) an unbound manuscript of some ancient classic (as distinguished from a scroll
(1) In the case of the Vatican codex , its visual and verbal articulations function as a political tool that masks fracture as much as it creates cohesion.(2) The Sierra codex was a document written by the master historian and master of deception, Crassus Syra, a runaway from home disguised as a man.(3) He suggests that they indicate that the stone vessel may have originally contained a Maya codex , or ancient book.(4) This codex and similar specifications helped in identifying environmentally friendly as well as harmful chemicals.(5) Whether codex or manuscript, they were here to love real books and real words.(6) The modern book descends from the codex , not the scroll, and it inherits and develops the advantages of the form.(7) One example is this twelfth-century illumination from another Greek codex of the book of Job.(8) Like a medieval codex , the book seems laced with charms and spells, to seduce the innocent and repel the hostile.(9) Nahuatl terms written in alphabetical characters accompany the multitude of indigenous persons, places, and things listed and depicted in the codex .(10) The later development of the codex (roughly corresponding to our present book format) made for greater ease of reference and portability.(11) Neither the philosophical content of the 12th century book nor the religious content of the law codex stimulated the creation of such a decoration program.(12) Through the Vatican codex the text sets up an expectation that is then fulfilled in the images.(13) ├ö├ç├┐Let your memory be your codex ,├ö├ç├û writes Augustine.(14) In AD 180 he may have known examples of the four gospels bound together in one codex .(15) She holds a scroll, he a codex , on both of which the writing is clearly legible.(16) The only known surviving copy of the gospel was found in a codex , or ancient book, that dates back to the third or fourth century A.D.
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