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    The Sotah Ritual in Ancient Israel

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    wife to trial, even if he has no evidence against her. While such an instance might be seen as negative treatment of women, others might explain it as the Israelites’ constant concern over the idea of impurity. Another interesting aspect of the sotah rite is that it is the only example of an ordeal similar to those practiced in other cultures of the Ancient Near East. While other ordeals are told mostly in story form, Num. 5:11-31 is the only instance in which the actual process of an ordeal is laid

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    Robert Bells 10 Ordeals of a Takeover

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    10 Ordeals of a Takeover Companies often face the possibility of being taken over. During the take over many events within the each of the companies will arise. Some examples would be, employees would fear the loss of their job because the other company might not have any use for your position; rumors will start spreading about the merger or takeover that may have been started by individuals who “leaked” the news; many other events will also arise. In the book Surviving the 10 ordeals of

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    Refugee Quotes

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    The syrian refugee journey is a long and perilous journey indeed, but some of the lucky few at the end get a reward for all the burdens and troubling ordeals they endured. For instance, Ha towards the end of the novel “Inside out and back again” Ha gets a chance to learn english and go to public schools and escape the tragedies of the war. In the section “Alabama” and chapter “New word a day” of the novel

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    English history is the Medieval Ages. Many historically rich events took place during the middle ages. There were political advances, wars, plagues, economic advances, famines and great tragedies. Death, disease and hunger were three very known ordeals during this era. With little to no law enforcement, there was no way of keeping up with crime or unneeded deaths. Everyone was believed to have the power of justice in his or her own hands and many wrongfully died for it. Crime and Punishment in the

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    There were only a few things allowed in prison and writing books was one of them. Morte D’ Artur was written in prison (Kinsinella). Most of the time a trial would be used if there was no hard evidence against the incriminated. There were three types of ordeals that a person could be put through. The fire ordeal would be where the accused would have to walk a distance of about nine feet while holding something that was scolding hot such as a rod (Duhaime). After they walked the distance

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    During the time of the Salem Witch Trials the intertwining of religion and government did not allow citizens of Salem, Massachusetts the right to a fair trial, so it was the states responsibility to separate the two. In the 1600’s the Puritan religion was greatly enforced by the government. It wouldn’t be until many years later that separation of church and state became a law. The Salem Witch trials were when hundreds of citizens of Salem, Massachusetts were put on trial for devil-worship or witchcraft

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    The Man of the Law in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales came across as wise, but yet winning was his top propriety. Everyone around him thought of him as a wise man, but no one would really speak up if they thought otherwise. The Man of the Law also came off as trying to learn from others case, or maybe he just thought he could do better. He also must have had a great memory as well since “he knew of every judgment, case, and crime, every record since King William's time”. The Man liked to keep himself

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    in March 2002 were very important. Other significant events in 2002 included the Milosevic war crimes trial, an arrest for the storage of cyanide in a subway, and the survival of a dog through a horrific ordeal. The world has experienced great years since 2002 and has seen significant changes in grocery prices and the way things are advertised. In February 2002, Slobodan Milosevic began his trial for war crimes at The Hague, in the Netherlands. Milosevic was also known as the “Butcher the Balkans

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    The Threat of Anne Hutchinson Questions: What had Anne Hutchinson done? Why was Anne Hutchinson such a threat to the Massachusetts Bay colony? How was Anne Hutchinson's trial an ordeal for her and how was it an ordeal for the community? Anne Hutchinson, for centuries now, has been seen as a woman who paved the way for religious freedom. She was a great leader in the cause for religious toleration in America and the advancement of women in society. Anne Hutchinson was "a magnetic woman

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    choices. One choice was trial by fire which the accused had to pick up a red hot iron bar and leave court. After three days they had to return to the court and the bandages were removed. If the wound started to heal they were innocent but if it did not heal they were pronounced guilty. Ordeal by water was when the accused had their hands and feet tied together. They were then thrown into water. If they floated they were guilty but if they sank they were innocent. Finally trial by combat was were noblemen

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