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Impalement

Impalement

1. The act of impaling, or the state of being impaled.

2. An inclosing by stakes or pales, or the space so inclosed.

3. That which hedges in; inclosure.

4. The division of a shield palewise, or by a vertical line, especially. For the purpose of putting side by side the arms of husband and wife. See impale.


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Origins of life

Hello and Thank you Dave, I admire you for using your own mind instead of just believing what you are told. [ quote]for 3 days via crucifixion and impalement coming back to life is not possible, in any known scenario that can be defined by science. Neither is water turning into wine. [/quote] How ...

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Origins of life

... in the bible there are a plethora of scientific amibguities or just plain impossibilities. A man that's been dead for 3 days via crucifixion and impalement coming back to life is not possible, in any known scenario that can be defined by science. Neither is water turning into wine. Now I will ...

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Fri Apr 07, 2006 9:07 am
 
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