Chapter houses occur in various forms.
The focus of the second chapter introduces another important issue.
CETA does have a sustainable development chapter, which is a positive move for a trade agreement.
Chapter 10 speaks of nourishing one’s “soul” and embracing the “One.”
Each chapter is clearly marked, with a round dot at the start, and each chapter starts on a separate bamboo slip.
Reservations are divided into chapter houses, or distinct communities within the reservation led by a chapter president.
The final chapter on logic, Chapter XV, was an attempt to give a uniform proof of the Aristotelian conversions and syllogisms.
The British government is right to be sceptical about an employment chapter, as it is right to stay out of the social chapter.
“The Dictes” was what classicists call a doxography—a chapter-by-chapter list of ancient thinkers and what they said, or what they were said to have said.
From looking at the chapter titles, you can see how tension peaks during chapters 4-8 and then lessens from chapter 9 onwards as the narrative is resolved.
Chapter 6 reviews all the fallacies from the view point of failed refutations, and Chapter 7 explains how the appearance of correctness is made possible for each fallacy.
Chapter 16, which belongs in the narrative flow immediately after chapter 10, describes the priestly actions on the Day of Atonement, the culmination of ritual cleansing in Israel.
Chapter eight discusses the signification and use of connectives, and the final chapter on syncategorematic words proper is concerned with the expressions quanto, quam and quicquid.
He took with him Paul’s “letter of reconciliation,” which was written from Macedonia and which can be noted in chapter 1, verse 1, to chapter 2, verse 3; chapter 7, verses 5 and 6; and chapter 8.
Chapter 2 deals with Euclidean style and the notion of magnitude; chapter 3 with the opposition between ‘Cartesian style and Desarguian style’ (on the Cartesian style see also Rabouin 2017); finally, chapter 4 concerns the ‘birth of vectorial style’.
The book may be divided as follows: (1) introductory discourse to the whole book (chapter 1 to chapter 4, verse 43); (2) introductory discourse to the lawbook (chapter 4, verse 44, through chapter 11); (3) the lawbook (chapters 12–28); (4) concluding exhortation and traditions about the last days and death of Moses (chapters 29–34).
The lawsuits cite chapter meeting minutes from March 2013 that say "rape is good;" an email from fall 2013 that refers to "luring rapebait" at alcohol-fueled parties and a seven-step playbook used by the chapter members to target women; sexual conquest tallies kept by the chapter; and lyrics from a chapter Christmas party song filled with profanity and violence toward women.
The Book of Kings may be divided into four sections: (1) the last years of David and Solomon’s succession to the throne (I Kings, chapter 1, to chapter 2, verse 11); (2) the reign of Solomon (I Kings, chapter 2, verse 12, to chapter 11, verse 43); (3) the beginning of the divided monarchy to the fall of Israel (I Kings, chapter 12, to II Kings, chapter 17); and (4) the last years of Judah (II Kings, chapters 18–25).
The Book of Judges may be divided into four parts: (1) the conquests of several tribes (chapter 1), (2) a general background for the subsequent events according to the interpretation of the Deuteronomic historian—“And the people of Israel did what was evil in the sight of the Lord and served the Baals”—(chapter 2 through chapter 3, verse 6), (3) the exploits of the judges of Israel (chapter 3, verse 7, through chapter 16), and (4) an appendix (chapters 17 through 21).
- a subdivision of a written work; usually numbered and titled
Example: he read a chapter every night before falling asleep
- any distinct period in history or in a person's life
Example: the industrial revolution opened a new chapter in British history
- a local branch of some fraternity or association
Example: he joined the Atlanta chapter
- an ecclesiastical assembly of the monks in a monastery or even of the canons of a church
- a series of related events forming an episode
Example: a chapter of disasters
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The Book of Judges may be divided into four parts 1 the conquests of several tribes chapter 1 2 a general background for the subsequent events according to the interpretation of the Deuteronomic historian—And the people of Israel did what was evil in the sight of the Lord and served the Baals—chapter 2 through chapter 3 verse 6 3 the exploits of the judges of Israel chapter 3 verse 7 through chapter 16 and 4 an appendix chapters 17 through 21