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For example, P A might be the probability of event A. This can be thought of as the generalization of an ordinary probability function to the case where there are distinct events described by a continuous range of a variable. A praenomen, typically abbreviated when writing the full tria nomina. His girlfriend called him Pooblioobly-oo.

He hated when she would do that outside the senate. In the NFL, punters, kickers, and quarterbacks all have jersey numbers in the range Let's go to the histogram! I suppose it's no coincidence that 3 is the most popular jersey number for kickers and 7 the most popular for quarterbacks, though 6 and 8 would also be understandable.

The greater popularity of 7 than 6 for QB's may reflect the attitude that PAT 's are routine and usually successful, and may explain why 1 is not unusually popular for kickers. It also makes sense that no QB has the jersey number 2, since they're especially at risk for safeties. I suppose that it's also understandable that the most popular punter numbers are the relatively meaningless 4 and 9.

Naturally occurring, but not very much. Actually, this is a common evolution that linguists call assimilation. Learn more likely stories at its entry in WebElements and its entry at Chemicool. It might be that this has some political point. In , it appears that the Palestinians may achieve not just one but two states. See this NC entry regarding the possible prevalence of this real estate abbreviation. Without the period is the USPS abbreviation or code. Well, I can't find it now, but somewhere in this compendious reference work I should mention that Pennsylvania is known for having two seasons: Winter and Road Work.

I've been given to understand now that this climate is not unique to Pennsylvania. It might have to do with the expansion of water on freezing. Incidentally, I'm sure this isn't a stark distinction.

It's more like NFL news coverage: Benjamin Franklin was not the founder of Pennsylvania, but I think that answer gets partial credit.

No, not Samuel Adams. Oh wait -- that's with two ens. Term used primarily in the UK , not quite equivalent to secretary. Doesn't sound any too much better-defined than AA.

PAs employed by the federal government are credentialed to practice. As part of their comprehensive responsibilities, PAs conduct physical exams, diagnose and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, counsel on preventive health care, assist in surgery, and in most states can write prescriptions.

So I went there and my case was worked up by someone who was not a physician. I don't know if he was a nurse or a PA or what, but he carried a Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary to help him write the report that the physician would see.

I think I was expected to make an appointment to return later. At least I didn't go to Walter Reed. PA Phosphatidic Ptd Acid. You know, if you lose a few games big and win a bunch of close games, you can easily have a winning season with more points against than points for PF. The electoral college sometimes works that way too. Invented by Carothers in The polymer, I mean. Candy is older than that. Very well run, especially when compared to another P Authority.

Do not plead the sorites paradox. In the US Congress, you can vote aye, nay, abstain, or present, but you can't vote absent. At least not so far. With modern technology, though, I don't see why not.

PA Press Association, Ltd. Keeps the stars out of the director's hair, among other things. PA Program memory Area. PA Public Address system. Initialism often used for electric bullhorn. Did you say something about flight ? We announced that it's not necessary to check in again. Until the lounge acoustics are improved, or until the geniuses who manage the airport master the technical challenge of medium-fidelity sound reproduction, it might be helpful if the ticket agents enunciated carefully.

Pie in the sky, I know. Isn't this the sort of thing you'd prefer to keep private? Interesting stuff, because the polyion charge can be controlled by titration, yielding controllable properties ranging from uncharged polymer neutralized with base to polyelectrolyte.

Part of the vitamin B complex; used in synthesis of folic acid. Popular in sun screens because it blocks UV. Popular in health foods because -- do you need a reason? Contract bridge -- the card game. Zone 6 of the WBF. This specific term is used less often than the more general PBX, for the same reason that I don't refer to my personal transportation vehicle as self-propelled and self-starting.

There are centers scattered in all directions. Notre Dame 's is the Marie P. DeBartolo Performing Arts Center. An organization formed to pool contributions in support of some political or legislative initiative, candidacy, etc. Law that brought PAC's into being was part of the reform following Watergate, and was intended to strengthen the political clout of ordinary small contributors as against fat cats.

Today, PAC's have come to be seen as part of the problem, in part because large contributions can be laundered through them: No, I have no idea how such an obsolete concept could happen to be relevant any more. After all, we've made tremendous progress since the bad old days. After campaign reform laws have limited the amount that an individual may contribute to any campaign other than his or her own, PAC's became the largest source of campaign funding. However, this comes amid increasing uncertainty regarding the constitutional status of the original laws.

The basic question regards the extent to which spending on political speech can be restricted without infringing the first amendment right of free speech. In an early test, the Supreme Court ruled that laws could not restrict the amount that individuals may spend on their own campaigns. Liebling who long ago gave this formulation: Freedom of the Press belongs to those who own one.

The current court has given indications that it may strike down or weaken spending restrictions generally. That was the original idea, anyway. In practice, these nontargeted ads can look pretty indistinguishable from ordinary campaign ads Others have gotten into the business: This too was soft money.

I have wretchedly bad political intuition. I think that campaign reform will be successful this time! This could have been the fashion hair dye for the eighteenth century, but it wasn't to be. A journal no longer published in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe , which is no longer Salisbury, the capital of Rhodesia. Based in Nashville, Tenn. It's affiliated with ICEM. A group that funds a private-school voucher program in Dayton, Ohio. For the relevant word here, that form is pax. Pax is used productively within English, though the word has not really been naturalized see its entry below.

The head term, pace, is the ablative singular form. The ablative form in Latin has many uses, as we'll eventually explain at the abl. In English, pace is as a compact way of acknowledging disagreement and pressing on with one's own argument or narrative. There are at least half a dozen Latin pronunciation. I approve the one in which pace sounds the same as if it were read in Spanish by a Latin American.

BCD that only uses one nybble half a byte; four binary bits per decimal digit, instead of a full byte. Obviously, packed BCD is twice as space-efficient, but unpacked BCD is more convenient and efficient for processing with byte-based operations and instructions. Sometimes held on the Pacific Rim. To be more precise, it's an annual conference, and in even years it's held in New Zealand or Australia.

A selection of papers from one meeting was published in the journal Arethusa Fall Guest editors Cindy Benton and Trevor Fear wrote in their introduction p. This startling relocation of the Pacific Rim to New York State provided the perfect forum for an examination of geographical and cultural disjunction. It turns out that the presentations are not always confined entirely to Latin literature as such. Images and Ideas of Empire in Chariton's Persia'' pp. You know, titles with question marks are bad enough Travel is a prominent feature of ancient fiction; despite this, Rome and the Romans are conspicuously absent from the fictional landscape of the five extant Greek novels, products of an era when the culture of the Greek east strove to assert its centrality in the culture and structure of the Roman empire.

Although Rome is not on the map of the Greek novels, it loomed in the mental geography of their authors and audience. This can be seen in one Greek novel set in the classical age of the Greek cities: Chariton's Chaereas and Callirhoe , written some time in the first to early second centuries C.

This article argues that Rome is, so to speak, present in its absence from Chariton's novel. We have a bit on one PacRim conference -- on Latin Literature. As I recall, in France civil marriage and a religious ceremony are distinct and essentially independent things. If this doesn't date back to the Revolution, then it's probably an achievement of the old anticlerical alliance of the Third Republic.

A noteworthy feature of the noun acronym PACS is that it has been verbed and that this possibly not the original acronym, which still tends to be capitalized has been integrated into the language as an ordinary word. Need I say more? I suppose I need do.

It's a narrowband PCS NPCS product similar to cellular phones, but it makes intelligent guesses, based on tracking, to use the nearest base station. It implements frequency re-use and cell splitting for network efficiency.

Here are some useful related links, snake: Paddy Nickname for Patrick. In the more normal case of a ladder truck, the same vehicle is called a ladder truck whether it races from the firehouse to help firemen extinguish a blaze or lumbers out to rescue a cat. In contrast, the same vehicle that is a paddy wagon on the day of the arrests is called the prison van or police van when it ferries prisoners to and from court, or out of prison.

Some multifunctional articles of clothing are named in this circumstantial way -- a silk scarf may double as a bandanna a head scarf or as a big colorful pocket handkerchief -- but this doesn't work with just any accessory.

One day, I saw my claw hammer and thought: It didn't seem to bother the waitress to have a claw hammer next to the salt shaker, but then two cops came in for a long break, sitting between me and the door.

So it's 3 AM and I've got a claw hammer in a restaurant, and it clashes with the rest of my ensemble. It's times like this when you remember that you're overdue to renew your auto registration. I didn't feel like waiting for break to end, so I paid, wrapped the hardware in my reading matter and walked out as nonchalantly as I could while remembering not to whistle.

It wasn't a magazine -- it was camouflage. Of course, people are described by a different sort of noun. Unless you're Santa Claus or some other celebrity, you can be off duty sometimes and not be defined by your employment.

On the other hand, you can be defined by your employment. This is subject to regional variation. This is a problem for writers and artists of various sorts, who may write a long time before they start to make a living from it, if they ever do. One solution to that problem is to write about your day job.

That's basically the story of Waiting. It could be worse. Ever since it began to be possible to make a living primarily as a writer, there've been writers with no significant non-writer-related experiences to write about. Book prices need to come down. It's a U and non-U thing. Bush started out as the heavy favorite but was defeated in the first primary New Hampshire, as always by John McCain.

The primary in South Carolina then took on immense importance, and was sharply contested. Bush won that primary, and shakily but steadily pulled away from McCain to win the nomination.

I should probably explain that, but I'd have to hunt down the article for the details, and TNR was a weekly then. Instead, I'm going to report some breaking news on the paddy wagon front. It's from an article in the June 19, , Stockton Record. It's not for official police business, but for show. It debuted for the town's Cinco de Mayo parade. The black-and-white vehicle has padded bench seats and carpeted walls. You might think the word paddy referred to the fact that the truck is essentially a padded cell, but apparently it doesn't.

It's believed to be connected to the nickname that occurs as the entry above this one: Paddy wagon is believed to be derived from that, either because the arrestees or according to a conflicting theory the policemen were predominantly Irish.

This dichotomy -- the large numbers of Irish immigrants who became policemen and who became police work -- was discussed by the late Daniel Patrick Moynihan in one or another, and probably a few, of his books. His own immigrant-son experience informed his understanding of social dysfunction. One indication that the Irish connection with the paddy-wagon etymology is not fanciful comes from an alternative term: In Philadelphia, the prisons are remote from the Courts of Justice, and carriages, which, for obvious reasons, are of a peculiar construction, are used to convey criminals to and fro.

The popular voice applies the name of "Black Maria" to each of these melancholy vehicles, and, by general consent, this is their distinguishing title.

The following scrap of text has drifted so far from the text it originally referred to that I had to reread the entry from the top to remember what the point was. It refers to my claw-hammer fashion foray. For another story about the compiler of this socially beneficial reference work not being arrested, see the ID entry.

Continental drift is like that, by the way: The clearest example of this phenomenon is along the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, where new sea floor is being generated. The sea floor is spreading as the additional material pushes the Americas away from Africa and Europe. Another possibility is that an ocean plate will be pushed into a continental plate that refuses to give, or give fast enough. In that case the ocean plate can be pushed under the continental plate at the edge -- subducted.

For a consequence of that, see the pluton entry. You know, I feel sure that we've drifted off topic, but this entry began millions of years ago and I can't remember what it's about anymore.

We're in the P's, so I guess it's about Perkins. As I already explained, I think, you can get breakfast there anytime if they're open. You can't order breakfast anytime. I mean, if you come in and order breakfast at six you can't eat it at nine. It's ridiculous -- the eggs will be cold! We don't go for the small potatoes; we go for hash browns. For more on the mysteries of breakfast time, view this image. Maybe this entry was about Presidential Campaigns. If I had my druthers, I'd say fight the Boer war in the Bahamas in You benefit from the element of surprise and nice weather, and the enemy will never find you.

Padieu A surname based on an Old French oath. Details at the Depardieu entry. An enzyme that is part of cellular repair. A class of organic polymers considered for microelectronic insulation. Specifically, as ILD's with k below 3. Another candidate is BCB. Figure of merit for amplifiers.

Don't ask me what that means, because I really should know. The landscape of French television and radio broadcasts. A VFD code from A fuel cell FC in which the electrolyte is phosphoric acid. If you remembered your high school chemistry, I wouldn't have to be explaining this.

This is good enough for space heating, but only marginally efficient for cogeneration ; using a good catalyst platinum , the waste heat has been used for reforming methane.

A constituent of the AGD. The glycine amide of PABA , used in renal tests. A component of the exhaust gas in incomplete hydrocarbon fuel burning i. In the summer of , it was announced that some meteor material, believed to have originated on Mars , contained traces of PAH's. Historically, Mars has been an excellent source of things to see that aren't there. See explanation at aa the other kind of lava -- rough and cindery.

PAID It's not an acronym; it's capitalized because it's important. Many businesses keep a rubber stamp that says PAID in bold letters, so bills can be satisfyingly marked. Paige Originally a variant spelling of the surname Page, based on the occupation of page.

During the 20th century, this name had a vogue as a girls' given name in America. Possibly the film actress known as Janis Paige born Donna Mae Jaden in had something to do with starting this.

From Mad Scientist Software, Inc. This is medical software -- patient discharge instructions. It hurts so good. Spicy food works the same way. There are four major nerve ganglia conducting taste information to the brain not counting olfactory information, which has a rather tight connection to the bottom of the brain. The information that food is spicy is detected by the same nerves that, and carried by the same nerves that, detect tissue damage.

In other words, the taste for spicy hot things is the taste for pain. Good spicy food and good exercise both make you sweat. You know, the delete key is way over in the corner of the keyboard, and my arms ache. Pakistan This is the entry for the country's name. For further information about the country, see the. To be more precise, it was divinely inspired.

To quote the inspiree: I observed chillahs and prayed for Allah's guidance. According to a interview with his generally admiring former secretary, Miss Frost , he was led to the name while riding on the top of a London bus. It was evidently no pedestrian epiphany. The word first appeared in a four-page leaflet entitled Now or Never , published January 28, The leaflet was signed by Rahmat Ali and three fellow students at Cambridge University.

That leaflet used the form Pakstan no letter i and implied an expansion: At this solemn hour in the history of India , when British and Indian statesmen are laying the foundations of a Federal Constitution for that land, we address this appeal to you, in the name of our common heritage, on behalf of our thirty million Muslim brethren who live in PAKSTAN - by which we mean the five Northern units of India, Viz: Punjab, North-West Frontier Province Afghan Province , Kashmir, Sind and Baluchistan - for your sympathy and support in our grim and fateful struggle against political crucifixion and complete annihilation.

The Pak National Liberation Movement. I bet that glitch was the work of a saboteur from a large country on the Indian subcontinent, nudge, nudge, wink, wink.

We must remain vigilant and preserve military parity! As I was writing, on page of the latter work, Rahmat Ali made the etymological testament quoted earlier, and gave the following detailed explanation and expansion: It means the lands of the Paks--the spiritually pure and clean. It symbolizes the religious beliefs and the ethnical stocks of our people; and it stands for all the territorial constituents of our original Fatherland.

It has no other origin and no other meaning; and it does not admit of any other interpretation. Oh well, a little bit of inconsistency to spice the pot. I haven't yet been able to get my hands on the cited source.

The above is cribbed from Khalid B. That edition covered the longer period , but the later version has added material. For Urdu I cite William E. Basic Urdu and English Wordbook The Urdu there is written in LRU script, q. For Persian I have the authority of A. Librairie du Liban, , where it is the second translation offered for pur. A more compendious source is F.

Librairie du Liban, Given its repeated appearance, I'll mention that according to its colophon, Librairie du Liban was founded in Librairie is a faux ami. The volume cited is a reimpression of Steingass's first edition.

One example is the DGE , a Greek - Spanish dictionary under construction at the turn of the twenty-first century, based on but considerably improving upon the LSJ , an early twentieth-century revision of a nineteenth-century Greek-English dictionary, which in turn was based on the Greek-German lexicon of Franz Passow first edition , based in turn on the Greek-German lexicon of Johann Gottlob Schneider first edition Anyway, the point of bringing up this dictionary here is that on page it gives a pretty good sense of the semantic range of pak in Persian.

The suffix -stan is productive in Persian and many nearby languages that Persian has influenced some of these languages are Indo-European like Persian, and some are not ; a vowel is often inserted to avoid uncomfortable consonant clusters. A related fact of some relevance: In Semitic languages, this sort of matres lectionis is generally enough to disambiguate the pronunciation, since the languages are built up out of consonantal roots with vowels determined grammatically and therefore usually inferable semantically.

And you thought English was crazy. Imagine if every spelling were as ambiguous as read or read, and most of the letters looked alike. Persian manages using an Arabic script with the addition of four consonants for sounds not present in Arabic. Baluchi or Balochi was considered a dialect of Persian i. Urdu is also written in Arabic characters. However, the partition left the largest number of subcontinent Muslims, and particularly of Urdu speakers, in the new country of India.

Today, the greatest number -- about half -- of Pakistanis are Punjabi speakers. Urdu is a distant third or so. As it happens, the i in Pakistan is not indicated in the usual Arabic-script spelling. The partition also left a few millions of people dead, and Rahmat Ali's ancestral estate out of his control, and Rahmat Ali himself destitute.

He was forced to leave Pakistan in , returned to Cambridge and died there of influenza and a medically undiagnosed broken heart on February 3, Just as I did before at the mondegreen entry, I will now pat myself loudly on the back for thorough ness and accuracy.

Now we'll make some invidious comparisons, but we won't call them that. Instead we'll just say that this is an informative measure of how far short of accuracy and perfection some other reference works may stop. The Oxford English Dictionary doesn't like to explain proper nouns.

It has an entry for Pakistani , indicating a terminus ante quem of for first use of that word. The Encyclopedia Britannica vol. As the expansion makes clear, only northwestern provinces and neighboring states are mentioned. Rahmat Ali coined the name Pakistan to refer only to what was initially West Pakistan, and what has been Pakistan only since the secession of East Pakistan to become Bangladesh at the end of Rahmat Ali published a map of the subcontinent showing three allied but independent Muslim nations: This website on freeserve.

This other one was put together by Dr. Tom Taufiq Shelley, who conducted the interview with Miss Frost quoted above. The main difference is indicated by the acronym expansion, which is meant to imply that the method for encoding hue is reversed between lines. Thus, if some error causes the even-numbered lines to be too cyan, the same error will cause odd-numbered lines to be too magenta. The human eye averages the lines together and one sees accurate hues in spite of the error.

Hence the colloquial expansion of PAL: More information, particularly on different alphabetically named flavors of PAL, at the video encoding entry. An early version of the midnight-basketball idea: Used for address decoding in bit microprocessors. Proprietary trademark ed name of Programmable Logic Device. The thing is not yet completely specified, however, so ghost cancellation may eventually be included.

This last will be welcome news to cable viewers, sure. Read all about it. I'm sure it makes sense for some viewers, but really, what good is high-fidelity bilge?

An approach to large-screen display developed by Fujitsu, and jointly by Sony and Tektronix, in which the plasma switches the LC displays on. We mention a few palindromic business names at the Yreka entry.

Jim Kalb's Palindrome Connection is a venerable by web standards and quite comprehensive resource. One site offers long lists of single-word and sentence palindromes [ Wortpalindrome look carefully: Why is it that palindrome aficionados so often resort to pseudonyms? A print magazine called The Palindromist has a website with a discussion forum and other stuff.

The opportunity to use this word arises very infrequently. Make sure you know it so you'll be ready when that rare chance comes. Needless to say, the entry is still under construction. Outside the Iberian peninsula, palo and its Portuguese cognate pau are used for various trees and bushes. The most common diminutive forms of palo are palito and palillo. The word palillo occurs in the list item for limpiadientes in the limpia entry.

An ol' digital software product. They also take up a lot more space than as multiple issues bound together in volumes. Pamela A novel of insipid manners and detestable morals, by Samuel Richardson.

The full title was, inappropriately enough, Pamela; or, Virtue Rewarded. This was an epistolary novel, not to be confused with a pistolary novel like Mario Puzo's The Godfather Many regard Pamela as the first English novel. The greatest virtue of this thing was that it immediately inspired Henry Fielding to write a parody Shamela or two Joseph Andrews.

I figured Fielding for a kindred spirit, and didn't bother to read the parodies at first. Instead, I read his Tom Jones. That worked out for the best, because I'm not sure whether we are kindred spirits after all. When I finally got around to reading Shamela, I discovered that his parody turns Pamela into a floozie who is constantly trying to seduce the rake. In Pamela, the heroine goes to work for a young, rich, and attractive rake, on his estate the story is told in her letters back home.

He tries to seduce and then rape her, but she resists and he fails, and eventually he falls in love with her and marries her. What offended me was that she was happy to marry a man who tried to rape her never mind that he was even a failure at that.

If I had lived in that time, I would also have been offended that she was willing to marry a man who had tried to seduce her. Brands, the parent company of KFC. It included the following wonderful declaration of incomprehension: At least they don't do it surgically. I suppose it was written PAM-L on some earlier list-management software.

A list of mailing list s, apparently defunct when I looked for it in July The last time I checked probably before it was small about mailing lists but fairly up-to-date. It also tended to be focused on less frivolous lists, or at least ones that were not of extremely parochial interest, and it also has an extremely distinguished history, having been maintained for a number of years by the net.

A field experiment developed by instructors at Penn State. The experiment is used in conjunction with a fairly traditional lecture course in radar meteorology. Dayhoff's symbol comparison table for amino acid sequence mutations, based on very roughly speaking generations. Members, candidates, and supporters are often called panistas that's a common-gender noun, like periodista s , q.

Mexico was essentially a single-party state, however, and it was not until , fifty years later, that PAN won -- or was allowed to win, as they say -- its first governorship Baja California. Don't ask me what PRI stands for! If you weren't so lazy, you would have followed the link in the last paragraph and found out. The most common of the peroxyacyl nitrates PANs , q. Discovered in the 's by smog chemists working with plant biologists to determine the cause of crop damage in southern California CA , at the entry for which there is no relevant information.

A planned communications environment in which PDA 's, laptops, mobile phones and other wireless-capable IT devices automatically find and use each other to pass data and act as gateways onto other systems. A starting material for commercial carbon fibers. There's an informative PAN entry in the Macrogalleria.

I'm tired of all this nonsense about beauty being only skin-deep. What do you want --an adorable pancreas? The pancreas is a longish gland that lies sort of behind and under the stomach. It contains little regions called islets of Langerhans, which contain beta cells. Beta cells produce insulin. To understand where the n went, see this ng entry.

That's my hypothesis, anyway. Why, you are beautiful, Theaetetus, and not, as Theodorus said, ugly; for he who speaks beautifully is beautiful and good. Oh yeah, that Socko -- such a sweetheart. This meant that she got to attend the first night of every Broadway show for free, and if she got a headache that evening the show would probably close in a week. Pandora A genus of bivalves with fragile shells. The common pandora, Pagellus erythrinus , can live up to at least ten years, and reach lengths of at least 37 cm.

Pandora is very good at accumulating mercury. Pandora A moon of Saturn. Pandora and Prometheus are shepherd satellites for Saturn's F ring. Pandora is very heavily cratered, Prometheus less so. An article by P. Stooke in Earth, Moon, and Planets , vol. A project to create and test a prototype navigation database for land vehicles that was supported in the early 's by the EU 's DRIVE.

Pandora moth Coloradia pandora. Saturniidae , by nocturnal fire,'' by A. Kelsey, in Forest Ecology and Management , vol. Pandora's box It was a jar , not a box. Learn more about it after reading all the way through most of the irrelevant octane-number entry. Sound like they ought to be related to the pterodactyl nitrides.

Well, PANs are a class of oxidants produced by oxidation of hydrocarbons and oxygenates aldehydes, ketones, etc. The most abundant one is peroxyacetyl nitrate PAN , q. PANs are poisonous to plants and to your eyes, and they're mutagens too. If they were manufactured intentionally they'd probably be illegal under the Geneva conventions on chemical warfare.

I'm trying to come up with a joke about extinction here, but I haven't yet. PANSS is an evaluation instrument with three distinct scales: Each item is scored on a seven-point scale: Absent Minimal Mild Moderate Moderately severe Severe Extreme The positive P and negative N scales attempt to measure symptoms positively and negatively correlated respectively with schizophrenia, and the general scale G is intended to provide a kind of baseline or background measure of psychopathology.

Items in the P scale include evidence of delusions P1 , grandiosity P5 , and hostility P7 ; N scale items include blunted affect N1 and stereotyped thinking N7. The G scale includes [inappropriate] somatic concern G1 , anxiety G2 , guilt feelings G3 , depression G6 , disorientation G10 , and active social avoidance G The scores are based on patient responses to an interview, which should take minutes.

It seems that most of my favorite people have no psychopathology but are totally schizophrenic. Many published articles and webpages also renumber the scale to run from 1 to 7. Pantologia A combined encyclopedia and dictionary published in twelve volumes in London in The military US, at least has them.

An abbreviation used in medicine. When a link is established, a two-way handshake is used to establish identity only once. Passwords are sent over the media in text format, which offers no protection from playback attacks.

Can't these guys do anything in the normal order? Papar probably is related to the English word pap. However, there are a large number of similar-sounding Germanic and Romance words with closely related meanings, and their interrelationships are unclear. Because of the first Germanic sound shift, IE roots that yielded Latin words beginning in p would have yielded Germanic terms beginning in f, so these separate sources probably don't correspond to a IE common root.

It could also simply be imitative. One of the first articles in the Journal of Irreproducible Results was an analysis some centuries hence of texts uncovered at the archaelogical site called Tel-el-New-York.

The texts dated back to the early twentieth century, and reported mysterious doings that were very difficult to understand. Hey -- ornithology or orthography, it's all good. Coincidentally, a few days ago, early in the twenty-first century and late in the second game of the ALDS, a swarm of flies afflicted the New York Yankees as the rival Indians were behind and at bat. The Indians went ahead in that inning and went on to win. It looked very suspiciously like unscrupulous divine powers had placed some heavy bets on Cleveland.

Following Augustine, I believe because it is absurd. The article was reprinted in one of the many collections of selected articles from JIR -- articles in this genre age well -- but it's not in the one I have to hand, which is The Best of the Journal of Irreproducible Results: I suspect that the widespread prejudice against people whose mouths are habitually agape or even those who are frequently slack-jawed and the belief that they are stupid, arise from the fact that they are stupid.

I'd estimate 20 IQ points, at least, separate the average intelligence of the habitually slack-jawed and the habitually closed-jawed. It should be a consolation to people suffering from TMJ. Look, if your nose is stuffed, take a decongestant. The least you can do is pout seductively, with your lips sensually parted.

Of course, you're probably not the sort of person who read all the way down to this paragraph. A Japanese English term wasei eigo pronounced in what would be transliterated from kata kana as peipaa doraibaa. I wonder how your engines feel. Specifically, on the paper of the city plan. Often, maps based on these will show a street that doesn't exist.

Two indications of a paper street: Sounds like victory gardens in the war on poverty. No electrons were killed in the creation of this glossary entry. I can't say the same for brain cells, but aren't brain cells really part of the problem, after all? The word parachute was formed in precisely the same way, but in French.

There's a little play in the interpretation or translation of para, but the aguas is definitely a plural noun. See plural nouns in stock Spanish terms. Details of the meaning are discussed in the final paragraph.

The most common spelling is paralipsis. The different spellings arise thus: The next two paragraphs spell this out sorry in greater detail. It happens that the formal diphthong epsilon-iota was regularly rendered as i in Latin transliteration. The earlier pronunciation of epsilon-iota, even restricting the question to the Attic dialect, is a little bit muddled and may include both monophthong and diphthong pronunciations that merged.

Eventually, this and a number of other vowels converged on the sound of iota. It should be noted that the word paraleipsis was not used in Latin until the post-classical period. After all, there was preterition. However, I doubt that confusion between these two Greek words explains the occurrence of the -lepsis spelling in English for the word discussed above paraleipsis.

My guess, based on inadequate research, is that paralipsis became paralepsis in medieval Latin and was borrowed in the latter form into English. Medieval logicians gave us argumentum ad vericundiam -- note the i -- as the name of a standard type of fallacious argument, and theirs is still the much more common spelling. In the case of paralepsis , the reversion to paralipsis was evidently much more successful.

The direct transliteration from Greek paraleipsis must also have been part of the more general movement away from indirect borrowing through Latin transliterations. This movement gained strength through the second half of the nineteenth century, and the relative prevalence of the paraleipsis spelling appears to reflect that.

Of course, in the compound, the second pi in the root combines with first sigma in the suffix so together they are represented by a single letter psi. I pronounce myself done. For a considered usage suggestion, see our entry for the synonymous preterition. This entry's spelling paralepsis dates from the 16th century in English. Judging from the evidence the OED can adduce, it seems to have been the original and standard form, before being supplanted by paralipsis.

This is perhaps a noteworthy achievement, since standardized spelling was not a particular strength of that century. Of the three extant spellings, however, it is also the one that probably enjoys the least etymological justification.

Words have feelings about their etymologies, you know. Every year during Golden Week, they journey back to the graves of their etymons among the dead languages. On top of the heading-stones, they leave small memorial tokens -- grave accents. For more about the etymological progression of spellings, and for less important stuff about the meaning, see the paraleipsis entry.

Many faithful readers of the glossary have written in to ask why we don't also mention that guidance on choosing the best synonym to use can be found at the preterition.

There's no reason -- we just don't, that's all. For the history of the spelling, see paraleipsis , above. An horizon is a great circle separating the things seen from those that are out of sight, as one half of the heavens is always plainly visible while another half is always hid. So it seems to us by reason of the great distance of the starry sphere; yet the difference is in the ratio of the earth's semi-diameter to the semi-diameter of the starry heavens--a difference not perceived by the senses.

She put them on the mantel To see if they would fall off. Every month has about a chance in seven of having a Friday the 13th. Over the long term, it would be exactly one seventh if the Gregorian calendar didn't have a periodicity that is an integer number of weeks.

It might still be exactly one seventh, but I can't be bothered to compute it, and it's doubtless pretty close. It is unknown when the superstition arose that Friday the 13th is an ill-omened day. If you'd believe that, you would believe that Somehow, out of all the calamitous events of the fourteenth century, this does not seem quite momentous or portentious enough to be the origin. I think what probably happened is that someone stubbed his toe some Friday the thirteenth, and invented the story that this day was unlucky so he could show off that he could count that high.

It sounded like useful information to some people who heard the story -- sort of a poor-man's astrology: It wasn't immediately refutable, so the story spread quickly and became a widely accepted truth -- perhaps occasionally a self-fulfilling prophecy. See by what vehicle you may escape. You say you want to know what the heck it means , already? Oh sure, check out the asyndeton entry. Pardieu A surname based on an Old French oath. On October 18, , Prof. The similarity of the Greek words apparently reflects the similarity of the two animals' colors.

Corominas y Pascual acknowledge the possibility that for the unlearned, the false analysis based on leo pardus is natural, but the evidence is at least equally consistent with direct local survival of the sparrow or cat name, or both. Pardoe A surname of English origin, based on an Old French oath. Pardy A surname of English origin, based on an Old French oath. Then when they finally get it -- sure enough, they're angry! You'd think that'd teach them, but they're ineducable.

Spellings don't map smoothly to meanings. There's also one in Europe. Mary McCarthy disliked giving interviews. She gave great talking head, though, because she was compulsively honest. They're in a permanent state of irascibility. See, for example, this abstract in the APS March meeting, Paris, the Judgment of There's really no need for this entry, but here's something relevant from ch.

This chapter is written in the first person of Captain Hastings, the usual not-entirely-reliable narrator of Hercule Poirot's adventures. Seeing Jane's beauty and appreciating the charm that her exquisitely husky voice lent to the most trite utterances, I could hardly wonder at his [the Duke of Merton's] capitulation.

But one can get used to perfect beauty and an intoxicating voice! It crossed my mind that perhaps even now a ray of common-sense was dissipating the mists of intoxicated love. It was a chance remark--a rather humiliating gaffe on Jane's part that gave me that impression.

It's London and New York that count. It was an awkward moment. On my right I heard Donald Ross draw in his breath sharply. Widburn began to talk violently about Russian opera. Everyone hastily said something to somebody else. Jane alone looked serenely up and down the table without the least consciousness of having said anything amiss.

It was then I noticed the Duke. His lips were drawn tightly together, he had flushed, and it seemed to me as though he drew slightly away from Jane.

He must have had a foretaste of the fact that for a man of his position to marry a Jane Wilkinson might lead to some awkward contretemps. Hyphen, long dashes, and periods sic, incidentally. This adjective is useful in distinguishing among different nouns and adjectives of the Latin third declension. And January in Arizona. A chilly 70 Fahrenheit! It's an English-like expression used in the liturgical language of Notre Dame, a church-run school in Indiana Church-of-Holy-Football, a non-oblate sect of holy rollers.

The phrase appears on signs at parking lots around campus. Quite by coincidence, this turns out to be absolutely correct. However, if you don't know the local language, you will fail to realize the entire significance of the sign. The entire significance is that cars will begin to be towed at 5: The special no-parking language of Notre Dame Latin motto: Footballisus bears such a close resemblance to English that you may not realize when it is being used.

This can cause confusion. The guard had probably supposed, quite innocently, that I too was fluent in no-parking. After all, it's the same language that's used in the parking regulations brochure that you get with your sticker or hang tag. Oh, I suppose one might consider the possibility that the guard was not fluent in no-parking, and that he was unwittingly repeating what he had read in a brochure or on a no-parking sign as if it had been written in English -- mispronouncing it, so to speak.

However, that would require not only that 1 he have assumed that the sign or whatever was written in English, but furthermore that 2 I was a fluent English speaker, 3 just like himself. That all seems like too much of a coincidence, requiring the stars to line up just right and all, so it was probably just my mistake. Either that or ND is in a very special time zone. PAR lamps are made from heavy, heat-resistant glass, with the inside back surface shaped like a paraboloid of revolution with a reflective aluminum coat.

Interesting that R lamps and PAR lamps both use parabolic reflector back surfaces, and in R lamps they are often aluminized.

It can be seen that illumination engineers are not very bright. Specifically, an and-parallel variant of Prolog. I should find out what all that stands for, sure. Parmenides Let's try to get this straight: Soon after, the neighborhood was alarmed, and the Spirit of God listed to blow as a mighty rushing wind in so much that in three years time they had increased to three churches and upwards of communicants, viz.: It is a mother church, nay a grandmother and a great grandmother.

All the Separate Baptists sprang hence: The word went forth from this Sion, and great was the company of them who published it, in so much that her converts were as drops of morning dew. As soon as the little group of sixteen persons arrived at Sandy Creek from Virginia, they chose Shubal Stearns as pastor, and he had at that time for his assistants, Daniel Marshall and Joseph Breed, neither of whom were ordained.

Seymour York, a native of England, gave the land for the construction of their first church building. He was one of the original grantees of Tolland, Connecticut, serving as selectman for two years and was the second Town Clerk. He died in Orange County, North Carolina, in This may not be an accurate date. They had eleven children, four sons and seven daughters. At the age of nine he moved with his family to Tolland, Massachusetts. The family was members of the Congregational Church in Tolland.

They had one child, Hepzibah, born June 27, , and died February 4, After moving to the Sandy Creek area of Orange County, North Carolina, and establishing a church, Stearns immediately went to work and between November , and January , had baptized over people, of whom became members of Sandy Creek Baptist Church itself.

Great crowds of people attended, mostly through curiosity. The great power of God was among us. But the young and illiterate preachers were afraid of him, and kept at a distance. They even refused to invite him into their Association.

All this he bore patiently, sitting by while they transacted their business. He preached also every day. His preaching was in the Spirit of the Gospel. Their hearts were opened, so that before he left they were greatly attached to him. This Association was also conducted in love, peace and harmony. Morgan Edwards gave the following characterization of the Reverend Shubal St;earns: They were born in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

In , the Reverend Stearns baptized Dutton Lane and assisted in the ordination of his brother-in-law, Daniel Marshall. He also assisted in the ordination of Joseph Murphy in William Murphy became pastor of the Staunton Baptist Church and was ordained in The Reverend Shubal Stearns assisted in his ordination.

He assisted in the ordination of Dutton Lane of Virginia on October 22, Shubal Stearns was opposed to the Regulator Movement and he and the Sandy Creek Baptist Association threatened to excommunicate members who were Baptists, who were involved in this movement that later resulted in the Battle of Alamance.

Shubal Stearns died after the Battle of Alamance. He was made to suffer much, and protractedly, in body, but his soul was joyful in the God of his salvation. Having preached to others the Savior of sinners, he found Him, in the trying hour, precious to his soul.

On the 20 th of November , his happy spirit was dismissed, to take its place among the holy and good in a better world. His body was interred near the meeting-house in which he had so often spoken the Word of God. Stearns closed his valuable life. He had traveled extensively in North Carolina and Virginia and been instrumental in doing much good, when his Master called him to his reward in Heaven.

Tidence Lane was converted under the preaching of the Reverend Shubal Stearns and was baptized by him. Date of his ordination has not been preserved, but Stearns assisted in his ordination. He was the executor of the will of the Reverend Shubal Stearns, and was the older brother of the Reverend Dutton Lane.

Tidence was the first minister to preach regularly to a Tennessee congregation. Isaac and Rebecca Johnson Stearns are not listed as constitutional members of the Sandy Creek Baptist Church, but must have moved to the area later.

They had one child, a daughter, Hepzibah, who was born in , in Tolland. Historians tell us that the Reverend Shubal Stearns was caring for his brother, who had both physical and mental problems. In general, it may be said that while the Baptist from parts of North Carolina to the north of Sandy Creek went to Tennessee, those from Little River and the southeastern parts of the Province went rather to South Carolina, when they despaired of being protected in their rights by the Government of North Carolina.

In , the Sandy Creek Baptist Church split, between members supporting the missionary movement, and members who were non-missionary. Members supporting the missionary movement left and established a church near a school known as Shady Grove.

Today the two churches, Primitive Baptist and Missionary Baptist, stand alongside the site of the original church and share ownership and maintenance of the grave of Shubal Stearns.

Two of Shubal Stearns disciples: She was born in , in Virginia. The Tax List showed that he owned acres in Columbia and Washington counties of Georgia. She was once jailed in Virginia, for refusing to stop preaching the Gospel, although she was three months pregnant at the time. Her preaching was powerful enough to convince a man named Cartledge to become a preacher. She also converted her arresting constable and magistrate. Martha also assisted her husband, Daniel, in his churches and preached to his congregations.

Marshall had a rare felicity of finding in this lady, a Priscilla, a helper in the Gospel. In fact, it should not be concealed that his extraordinary success in the ministry, is ascribable in no small degree to Mrs. Marshall, being a lady of good sense, singular piety, and surprising elocution, has, in countless instances melted a whole concourse into tears by her prayers and exhortations! Martha Stearns Marshall, great numbers turned to the Lord.

Samuel Harris, with whom he immediately afterwards made several tours, preached and planted the gospel in several places, as far as James-river.

Marshall is credited with helping lay the foundation that produced the phenomenal growth of the Virginia Baptists. In the course of their marriage, Martha Stearns Marshall gave birth to ten children, eight sons and two daughters. He purchased sixty-seven acres in , and four and one-half acres in , in Tolland.

Sarah, his mother, stayed with her son, Jonathan, until she died on May 3, In , he and his wife moved with the Reverend Shubal Stearns, his brother-in-law, to Virginia. He purchased one hundred fifty acres of land and two hundred forty-four acres on North River in Hampton County, Virginia which then included what is now all of Mineral and the western part of Morgan counties, West Virginia. Jonathan died while living in what later became Union District, S. His mother moved there with her son, where she lived close to her sister, Martha Stearns Marshall.

Thomas Brandon, after the fall of Charleston. Micajah obtained land in , which adjoined land previously owned by Rev. His mother, Rebecca, died in Richmond County, Georgia, in Micajah was not the Primitive Baptist preacher. He first married Hannah Stimson, daughter of Dr.

She was his first cousin. James Stimson, was the first physician in Tolland, Connecticut. Hannah died in , while residing in the fort. He and his first wife had four sons and two daughters. When Mulkey and his members moved to what became Union District, South Carolina, Peter, and his children did not join them. Margaret was born circa Her first husband was killed while transporting prisoners for the Sheriff of Orange County, North Carolina.

He was stabbed by a prisoner and died in In , Jacob Gibson gave land to build a meeting house, and the Little River Baptist Church, in what later became Fairfield District, South Carolina, was constituted February 26, , from members remaining from the church that the Reverend Philip Mulkey had moved to what became Union District, S.

Peter Stearns, his second wife, Margaret, and their family were members of this church. Peter served seven hundred six days as a Patriot soldier in the militia from March 3, , to October 4, , under Capt. Anderson Thomas during the American Revolutionary War.

Levi fought under Col. Peter Stearns died in , in Fairfield District, S. His second wife, Margaret, died after He married Anna Field, daughter of John and Anna? Field, on August 26, , in Tolland, Connecticut.

Anna was born circa , in Tolland. They joined Orange County friends, brothers: Aaron and Joseph Pinson, and their families. The Pinsons had moved to this area of South Carolina in They were early converts of the Reverend Shubal Stearns.

Aaron had four tracts of land surveyed for him in late Aaron Pinson received a grant of acres of land on the Saluda River in May of He may have received a license to preach by the Reverend Shubal Stearns before moving to what later became Laurens District, S. He was ordained to the Gospel Ministry shortly after the Raeburn Creek Baptist Church was constituted in September of , and became pastor of the church.

By the late summer of , the Reverend Aaron Pinson with his family and various other members of several South Carolina churches settled in the Watauga colonies of present day North East Tennessee. They prepared to protect their community from attacks as the revolution began. The sons and sons-in-law of the Rev.

Aaron Pinson served the cause by bearing arms or giving material aid or both. He moved to Wilkes County, N. Aaron Pinson died between and , in Laurens District, S. Their daughter married Thomas Shirley. He was a Patriot soldier, serving, while a resident of North Carolina.

Some sources state that her name was Ruth. She was his second wife. A record of her name was not been preserved. Nancy was given the title of Beloved Woman. This title was one given the principal woman in the female councils and endowed her with power to speak in the council of the Chiefs. Without that victory the story of America could have been different.

It probably disappeared in the next few years. They had three sons and five daughters. Eneas Stimson, son of Dr. She was born August 30, , in Tolland, Connecticut. He and his wife were related. They were constitutional members of the Sandy Creek Baptist Church in Eneas and Elizabeth moved to what became Laurens District, S. Eneas indicated in his will that they had adopted a girl named, Mary.

It was constituted in , and a Meeting House thirty by twenty-six feet was erected about ten miles from Augusta, Georgia. It was on one of these tours that he was arrested for illegally conducting a religious service. When he appeared before the magistrate, Col. Barnard, he forbade him to reenter Georgia to hold religious services.

An interesting result of this encounter was that Samuel Cartledge, the man who arrested Marshall was later converted and became a faithful Baptist pastor for over fifty years, and the magistrate, Col. Barnard, became a zealous and effective Christian. On January 1, , Marshall choosing to obey God rather than man, moved his family into Georgia.

This colony settled in Georgia on Kiokee Creek, St. He was the only pastor to remain in Georgia during the American Revolutionary War. This scene continued, until his wife could bear the suspense no longer, and undertook herself to make the disclosure. During the last thirteen years of his life he was able to organize several churches and at least fourteen ministers were either called or influenced by his ministry.

Just before his death he acted as moderator of the Georgia Baptist Association, founded in , at Kiokee Church. This night I shall, probably expire. But I have nothing to fear. I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.

And henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness. God has shown me that he is my God, that I am His son, and that an eternal weight of glory is mine!

Hold out to the end. Eternal glory is before us. I have been praying that I may go home tonight. I had great happiness in our worship this morning, particularly in singing, which will make a part of my exercises in a blessed eternity. A suitable discourse to his memory was delivered from II Timothy 4: His wife, Martha, died in , and was buried beside her husband, but her grave was not marked.

Daniel Marshall was succeeded as pastor of Kiokee Baptist Church by his son, Abraham Marshall , and Abraham was succeeded by his son, Jabez Marshall These men served as pastors of Kiokee for a period of sixty years of its history. He was ordained by the Kiokee Baptist Church in Abraham preached to thousands on his New England tours in and In nothing, perhaps was he more remarkable than the power of description. He would portray the glories of heaven with such matchless force and breadth, that his hearers could scarcely remain upon their seats; and he would depict the miseries of the lost in such terrible, burning language, as almost to make the hair stand erect upon your head.

He was affectionately called the Friend of Black People. He was a trustee of Franklin College now the University of Georgia. He was also moderator of the Georgia Baptist Association for 19 years. He was the son of David Mulkey and an unknown wife.

David was born circa , and died before His grandfather was Philip Mulkey Sr. He had a brother named Jonathan Mulkey. Sarah was first married to? He was born circa They married circa , and had a son, George Lewis, born circa Philip died in , in Edgecomb Precinct, North Carolina.

He was born circa , probably in Bertie Precinct, North Carolina. His first wife was Mary Couch. Sarah died in Orange County, N. John Patterson also died in Orange County, N. Philip Mulkey, son of David, was first a member of the Episcopal Church.

She was born circa , possibly in Mecklenburg County, Virginia. Philip and Ann had six children, four sons and two daughters. Their last child, Robert, was born in what later became Union District, S. However, I mounted my horse and went homewards.

My fears had so disordered my understanding that I fancied the first tree I came to bowed its head to strike at me, which made me start from it. Happening to look up, I fancied that the stars cast a frowning and malignant aspect upon me. When I came home, I went to bed and endeavored to conceal the matter from my wife; but it could not be; for thenceforth I could neither eat, nor sleep nor rest for some days; but continued to roar out, I am damned!

I shall soon be in hell! Her attempts to comfort me were vain; and my emaciated body and ghastly visage terrified her. It is hardly credible that such a thought should relieve; but so it was, that I found myself much easier when I perceived that God had any use for me, or that I should be any way profitable to him and the he made me for his glory.

I strove to please him by reformation and obedience for some space of love came in with the forced mentioned thought , but yet was I a wretched man. As I was reading these words If ye have not been faithful in that which is another mans who will give you that which is your own? Upon this I resolved to serve the devil faithfully.

Mean while a benighted stranger Rev. John Newton came to my house who read a chapter 33 rd of Isaiah and prayed; and thereby turned by thoughts to Christ, and Salvation by him, for the time. The novelty of this matter and the possibility it introduced, that my sins had been laid on Christ and that God had stricken and smitten Christ for them so that he could spare me without falsifying his threatenings or violate his justice affected me in such a manner as exceeds description.

I found an inclination to adore the stranger, and to question whether he was an angel or man? But made no discovery there of nor of my thoughts to him. The next day he departed, and as he was going this thought came in my mind, There is Lot going out of Sodom as soon as he disappears fire will come down and burn me and mine!

I ran after him, and kept my eye upon him; but the wood presently intercepted the sight; upon which I threw my self with my face to the ground expecting fire and brimstone. I continued in this posture for some time almost dead with terror. Finding the fire did not come immediately I began to hope that it would not come at all; and thereupon prayed that God would spare me. I received comfort; and was running to tell my wife of it; but before I reached the house I lost all comfort and my distress came on again.

In my agony I said many a time, O that John Newton had said! O that I was as good as John Newton! Upon which this text crowded into my head, The Spirit of Elijah doth rest on Elisha. I could not discern how this text concerned me; or why it bore so on my mind? I persuade myself this was the signification; and, blessed be God, my hope was not disappointed: My wife saw a surprising change in my countenance.

I told the whole matter; and began to preach up conversion to her. She understood me not, though I persuaded myself I was able to make everyone sensible what the newbirth means.

I took my Bible and hastened to my neighbor Campbell; when I came in I opened it at the third ch. My neighbor swore at me most desperately, adding, What devilish project are you now upon with the Word of God in your hand?

Upon which he stripped, and sprang out of doors, challenging me to fight! I sat down in the house and began to weep. He sprang in and skipping and bounding about the floor spitting on his hands and clenching his fists dared me to fight. I replied, You know, my dear neighbor, that I am able to beat you; but now you may beat me if you will; I shall not hinder you! Hearing this and seeing me all in tears made him look as a man astonished!

He put on his shirt, and sat by me, and we both wept. But my talk of the new birth was not understood by him any more than by my wife. Soon after I made myself known to Shubal Stearns and church, and was surprised to find that they understood the new birth, and had knowledge of the tribulations attending it which I had fancied were peculiar to my own cast, etc.

They soon increased to over one hundred members. Alice was born in Prince Edward County in Benjamin had land in Bute County, N.

His land was bounded by lands of Ralph Jackson Sr. Benjamin Holcombe gave the church under the leadership of the Reverend Philip Mulkey two acres of land for a meeting house. They all served under Col. Benjamin and Alice had seven children, five sons and two daughters. He made his will on August 13, , which was probated October 17, He died in Union District, S. It was this Sequoyah who invented the Cherokee alphabet and enabled the Cherokee to write in their language.

She was born in Lunenburg in Their first two children, Joseph and Mary, were born in Lunenburg County. Joseph Gist was born August 27, His family moved first to Orange County, N. He moved with his wife, Hannah, his daughter, Sarah, and his son, William, and his father and mother, to Washington County, North Carolina Tennessee , in Joseph and Hannah moved with his parents to Barren County, Kentucky, in She died in Barren County on May 14, They had two sons and five daughters.

She was the daugher of Zachariah and Mary Bullington Belew. He received several wounds. John died in , in Barren County, Kentucky. She and Joseph had two sons and a daughter. Here he petitioned to build a gristmill, was appointed a road overseer and a constable. The Reverend Philip Mulkey was pastor at this time. The church was located about ten miles upstream from the Deep-Haw confluence near present-day Lockville, N.

She moved with her parents to Orange County, N. Mary married James Stevenson in , several months after their move to Washington County. He was born December 10, , in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. They had seven daughters and four sons. The writer was unable to obtain names of James parents. John Gist was born in North Carolina on November 23, He moved with his parents to Craven County, S.

He was a Patriot soldier in the American Revolution War, serving in the counties of Washington and Sullivan in what later became Tennessee. He was a magistrate with his father, Benjamin, in Greene County, Tennessee, and when the county was organized under the state of Franklin, served as a Justice of the Peace.

He married Hannah Geron, daughter of Hiram and Susannah? Geron, in , in Knox County, Tennessee. They moved with his parents to Barren County, Kentucky, circa They had five sons and one daughter.

On March 5, , he and his wife, received a grant of acres of land in Craven County later Union District at the mouth of Sugar Creek. He was a deacon in the Fairforest Baptist Church.

William Breed Gist Sr. She was born in , in Greene County, Tennessee. She and William had at least two sons and two daughters. They lived in Barren County, Kentucky, for several years. He was a member of the Mill Creek Baptist Church. They had seven sons and three daughters. His wife, Elizabeth, died in White County, after , and he died there March 22, He was born on January 30, , in Augusta County, Virginia.

They moved to White County, Tennessee, where most of their children were born. They had four sons and two daughters. She died in White County on August 4, , and her husband died there August 20, She married James McClain. He was born in , in Greene County, Tennessee. They had one son and two daughters. She died in Hardin County, Tennessee, before James next married Kizziah Hardin, daughter of James W.

They had a son named William. He moved with his parents to Washington County, Tennessee, in She died April 24, , in Knox County, Tennessee. Hinds, in Knox County, Tennessee, in He moved his family with the family of his father, Benjamin Gist Sr. He witnessed a deed made by his father, Benjamin Sr. At this time, he and his father had already moved their families to Jackson County, Tennessee. He served in the War of He and his second wife, Rhoda, had four sons and four daughters and another adopted son.

On June 16, , Benjamin Gist, Jr. It was sixty miles from Barren County, to Jackson County. Sevier John to head off an Indian uprising and thus give time for the expedition to get home. They moved to Smith County, Tennessee, in the fall of In May of , Benjamin Sr. They moved to Jackson County, Tennessee, in , or before. He married Mary Powell circa , in N. She was born circa , in N. Names of her parents may have been John and Alice Murrell Powell.

His will was dated December 24, , and was recorded in Union District, S. His wife, Mary, died circa , in Union District, S. They had four sons and three daughters. He was only eight years old when his father and mother died in She was born in New London, Connecticut, on October 14, The original church moved with Mulkey to what later became Union District, S. Obediah received a land grant of acres on the branches of Fairforest and Sugar Creeks on February 17, Obediah Howard moved with the only remaining ordained minister capable of administering the affairs of the church, the Reverend Alexander McDougal, and the Patriot membership of the church moved to a part of the McDougal land, where the church established by the Rev.

Philip Mulkey was continued. Obediah Howard was a Patriot soldier and served before and after the fall of Charleston as a private in the local militia in Col. John McCool was the commander of his company. His son, Joseph, was also a Patriot soldier and fought under Col. Thomas Brandon after the fall of Charleston.

I, Deed Books A-F, page Joseph Howard took his own life in Union District, S. This relationship is not fully established. Jean was born circa He and the Reverend Alexander McDougal attended the meeting.

He was also elected a deacon of this church. After the census of Union District, S. This area later became a part of Tennessee.

Nancy and her husband had three sons who were preachers, John, Philip and Isaac, and a grandson, John Newton Mulkey, who was also a minister. They had a son, John Gibbs, a well-known pastor in Union District. The two Hart wives were sisters and daughters of Aaron Hart, who served as a Patriot soldier under Col. Thomas Brandon in the American Revolutionary War. Others traveling with this group were: They had seven sons and seven daughters. A man named Jiles Thompson and his agents were to build the meetinghouse.

Obediah and Priscilla Howard were deceased when their grandson, the Reverend John Mulkey, began to subscribe to the reform theology of the Christian Church. Their log structure was eventually encased by weather boarding and then bricked as the congregation continued into modern times.

Mill Creek Baptist Church still meets in this building today. She was born April 29, , in Groton. He and his wife lived near her parents in Groton until after August 11, , as evident by deeds executed during this time. The Perry-Poole Family Tree. After assisting Daniel Marshall in a ministry to the Mohawks , he and his family moved with the Marshalls to Frederick County, Virginia, in After Shubal Stearns and his family arrived, they joined together and moved to Cacapon in Hampshire County, where they established a church.

He was fifty-one years old at this time. Their son, Joseph, was born in Groton, Connecticut, on April 8, He and his wife sold this land to his brother, Avery Breed, on May 27, They had four sons and four daughters. Richard George was a son of James and Judith? Avery purchased this land in February of , from Bryan White. There is no record of his marriage. He traveled with his sister, Priscilla Breed Howard and her husband, Obediah, to Barren County, Kentucky, and died shortly after they arrived.

His brother, Nathan, was administrator of his will. He was a twin brother of Priscilla. Her parents were Quakers. Thomas Brandon with his brother, Joseph.

Two sons and five daughters were born to their union. Both died in Barren County. No further information exists on this couple. They both died in Barren County, Kentucky. The writer was unable to obtain additional information on this couple. Their daughter, Sarah Breed, was born in Groton, Connecticut, in He was born circa , in Chatham County, North Carolina.

They had five sons and five daughters. Samuel Harlan died in Union District, S. He and his wife, Hannah, moved to Washington County, Tennessee, with his father and mother in John Sevier at the Battle of Kings Mountain.

Both were both buried in the Old Mulkey Church Cemetery. They had five daughters and three sons. He was born in , in Union District. Jesse and Ruth were also born in Union District. Before , they had moved to Barren County, Kentucky. Their last three children: John Springer died in Barren County in She died in Barren County in He was born circa , in Chatham County, N.

They had five daughters and one son. Priscilla Avery Breed, his wife, received payment after the American Revolutionary War for beef she gave to the Rebels in Thomas Thompson was born in , in Ireland.

Name of his wife has not been preserved. She was probably deceased before he moved to South Carolina. He had moved to this county with his son, Charles, in Charles was not married when they first moved to Craven County. We do not have an exact date of the demise of Thomas Thompson, but know that he left his acres near the Blackstock Ford to his son, Charles. Thompson had four sons and one daughter. At sometime he was in the militia under Col.

Elizabeth was still living when her husband died, but her death date has not been recorded. His son, Seaborn born , was already deceased when his father died. Susannah born , William born , John born and Charles born June 10, were all mentioned in his will. He sold this land to Tilman Bobo on June 10, She was born in , in Union District, S.

They had nine sons and four daughters. Rachel Collins was born between and She married Adam Moses Collins The author is not positive that this is his right name. He was born in the s. Apparently, Adam, was not a member of this church. They were in what later became Fairfield District, S. He was born in , in Tolland, Connecticut. She died in Chambers County in November of He was granted a parcel of land near Tompkinsville that later became known as the old Jordan White farm.

He was a church leader and was ordained to the office of deacon on May 3, They were also members of Mill Creek Baptist Church. Rachel was probably the widow of Adam Moses Collins. Mary could have been her daughter. Ezekiel and Rebecca obtained their letters from this church in August of , and moved to the state of Illinois. Philip Mulkey was the first pastor of the Fairforest Baptist Church.

In , the Reverend Oliver Hart wrote a letter to Dr. James Manning, president of the newly founded Brown University. But He, poor Man, has sadly fallen, having become the Father of a spurious Child by a widow woman, a member of his own church.

On account of which religion has suffered much, especially in those parts; and among that People. Charles Woodmason, the Anglican Bishop in Charleston, had been reared a gentleman in London society and found the frontiersmen, and especially the Separate Baptists, unbearably crude.

In , he set about to win back these backcountry Baptists to the Anglican Church, but he underestimated his task. Three years later , Woodmason gave this assessment of these frontier people, and, more particularly of their leader, Philip Mulkey:. Garrickis said to have learned a solemn pronunciation of the interjection O from Dr.

Smith was an early teacher in Virginia. She was born in Richmond County, Virginia, in They were residing in Lunenburg County, Virginia, as early as , where he was listed as a vestryman of Cumberland Parish from In , he deeded land to Nehemiah Howard, who had married his daughter, Edith Smith. Luke and Judith had the following children: Sarah Smith married Thomas Greer. Their grandsons were the Reverends Thomas S. Greer and Joshua Greer. Their daughter, Phebe Smith, first married Hosea Holcombe.

Hosea Lot Holcombe was a Baptist preacher, well—known evangelist and church planter in Alabama. The Reverend Hosea Holcombe married his first cousin, Cassandra Jackson, and three of their eleven children became Baptist preachers.

He spent his childhood in Onslow County near New River. He married Edith Smith, daughter of Luke B. She was born circa , in Henrico County, Virginia. They had eight sons and six daughters. One of the grants was for acres on Fairforest Creek, and the other was for acres on Sugar Creek in South Carolina. Nehemiah did smith work for the army and furnished supplies.

During the Revolutionary War, a leading Tory in the vicinity called a meeting to stir up for the Tories. Nehemiah attended and although a simple farmer with no particular schooling and not accustomed to speaking publically, rose and convinced his neighbors not to throw their lot with the Tories. Shortly thereafter, some Tories and several British officers came to his house and one of the officers attacked him with a sword. Nehemiah fended him off with a walking cane. His house was later burned by Tories.

John Putnam in the South Carolina Militia. Nehemiah Howard was later paid for Smiths Work and provisions for the public use in , during the American Revolutionary War. Their oldest daughter, Sarah, was born in Orange County, N. He was born on June 29, , in Culpepper County, Virginia. John Putman moved to North Carolina with his parents at an early age. John Putman was a Patriot Soldier and served as a captain on foot and on horseback in the militia under Col.

Thomas Brandon from June 22, , to January 1, His brother, Barnett Putman, served as a horseman under Col. This church was later named the Putman Baptist Church. He sold acres on waters of Fairforest Creek to Archer Smith, his brother-in-law in He moved his family to Elbert County, Georgia, circa He died in Elbert County, Georgia, before April of , and was buried there.

His wife, died on January 27, , in Milledgeville, Georgia. Holcomb states that the information about the older Thomas Greer is based on a letter from J.

Cooper to his son in Smith and his wife, Judith Farris. In , William Henry Drayton mobilized a band of patriots to overawe the Tory opposition. The result was the open opposition of two armed camps, each prepared for battle. Open warfare, however was forstalled by a truce, the so-called Treaty of Ninety Six District. The following is a quotation from this treaty: Evan McLaurin, the Rev. Robert Merrick and Capt.

Benjamin Wofford, deputies for, and sent by the part of the people aforesaid, have repaired to the camp of the Hon. William Henry Drayton, Esq.

Gibbs, Documentary History of the American Revolution, , , p. The reader will see that the pastor of the Fairforest Baptist Church, the Reverend Philip Mulkey, and at least one of his members, Capt.

Thomas Greer, and perhaps other members, were deputies of the Loyalist Militia. Thomas Greer signed the Treaty on September 15, The Reverend Philip Mulkey did not sign the document. Before the Revolutionary War was over, Capt. Thomas Greer switched sides and joined with the Patriots. His son, William Greer, served as a horseman under Capt. Henderson and General Sumter during His son, Robert, served in the militia during and , and his son, James, served in the militia during , and He named his wife, Sarah Smith Greer, and children: He was licensed to preach by this church November 10, They had three sons and eight daughters.

He died August 23, , and his wife, Sarah, died February 5, They had three sons. He died in , and his wife, Sarah, died January 14, Their son, Thomas Jr. Morgan Edwards counts the Fairforest Baptist Church as one of the branches. Bailey thought that this may have been the Friendship Baptist Church, but he was mistaken. In the Furman Manuscript is found the following: On the same lot is the old house.

They were originally Quakers. He was listed as a trooper in the Virginia Colonial Militia in March of He and Mary had five sons and eight daughters. The Burson men took advantage of the Congressional Act for the opening of a Land Office in the State of Georgia, whereby soldiers of the Revolution could receive bounty land for service in the war.

Joseph received a bounty land grant for service in the Colonial Militia and Jonathan and Isaac received Privateer grants for their service in the Revolution of two hundred acres in Wilkes County, Georgia. The church was constituted in William Wood was a Patriot soldier and a member of Col. He was paid for duty on September 2, This transaction was recorded March 20, Though the direction given by Edwards does not fit exactly, we are quite sure that this is Bethel, now Woodruff.

Leah Townsend, in her book, South Carolina Baptists, , wrote: Townsend on pages , wrote: It emerged from the obscurity of the Revolution in ; in , Jacob King was pastor and continued to serve the church with the help of Rev. Jesse Owen after One at Thicketty, where is also a place of worship, twenty-nine miles to the northeast. Richard Kelly was their first pastor.

He was the son of James Kelly and his wife? He was born in He had two wives. He was first married to Martha Gibbs in , and they had two sons.

He next married Susannah? He had two surveys in what became Union District, S. Richard Kelly was anointed in a fever at the Fairforest Baptist Church and recovered the very hour. Richard died in Union District, S. Kelly received pay for these supplies September 29, My father, Joseph A. This location was not far from Tyger River. After several years the church name was changed from Thicketty Baptist Church to Gosher Baptist Church following its removal to a new location near Gosher Creek.

The Headens were members of this church, and it is possible that James Horseshoe Robertson and James Turner, both Patriot soldiers in the American Revolutionary War, who married daughters of William Headen, at least attended the church. The church in several associational minutes was called Goshen, but this was simply a mis-reading of the word, Gosher. Today the church is called Goucher Baptist Church. This was some twelve to fifteen miles below Columbia, S.

His assistant was the Reverend John Newton. Bailley, in his booklet on the Reverend Philip Mulkey, wrote: This church seems to have been situated somewhere on Black River in the present county of Duplin North Carolina , and was probably in some way connected with the church on Bull Tail, which is a creek emptying into Black River.

On March 7, , Rev. John Newton was ordained as its pastor, and probably served it in that capacity until his departure for South Carolina in Philip Mulkey near Roanoke in Halifax County, North Carolina, about ; was ordained in ; and after going to South Carolina, he was again ordained as colleague of Rev. Joseph Reese in the ministry of the Congaree church in Both he and Reese got into trouble because they had accepted this ordination at the hands of two Particular Baptist ministers, Rev.

Oliver Hart and Rev. Evan Pugh, and were silenced by the Sandy Creek Association. Reese making proper acknowledgments was restored, but Newton refusing was forced to leave off in the midst of a useful and successful work.

The association through its moderator, Shubal Stearns, responded by issuing an order for Congaree Church to silence John Newton from preaching. They had four sons all Patriot soldiers and three daughters all born before

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