Definition of Canons. Meaning of Canons. Synonyms of Canons

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Definition of Canons

Canon
Canon Ca*[~n]on", n. [Sp., a tube or hollow, fr. ca[~n]a reed, fr. L. canna. See Cane.] A deep gorge, ravine, or gulch, between high and steep banks, worn by water courses. [Mexico & Western U. S.]

Meaning of Canons from wikipedia

- Normandy, France Canons Park, London, UK Canons Park tube station, a London Underground station at Canons Park Canon of Dutch History, fifty topics to be...
- Canons regular are priests in the Latin Church living in community under a rule ("regula" in Latin), and sharing their property in common. All canons...
- this change were known as Augustinians or Canons Regular, whilst those who did not were known as secular canons. In the Roman Catholic Church, the members...
- the canons of the East and amounts to a counterpart of Gratian in the West. His 2-part collection, a chronological collection of synodal canons and his...
- Christian biblical canons, although the Jewish Tanakh did form the basis for the Christian Old Testament, and between the canons of different Christian...
- Romance-language ancestors of the English word cane). The Apostolic Canons or Ecclesiastical Canons of the Same Holy Apostles is a collection of ancient ecclesiastical...
- by Augustinian canons, a choir now over 1,000 years old. Augustinians have also produced a formidable body of scholarly works. The Canons Regular follow...
- released by Canon. It is a line of ultracompact cameras, originally based on the design of Canon's IXUS/IXY/ELPH line of APS cameras. Canon's PowerShot...
- Also known as canons of construction, canons give common sense guidance to courts in interpreting the meaning of statutes. Most canons emerge from the...
- (1672) established additional canons that are widely accepted throughout the Orthodox Church. The Old and New Testament canons did not develop independently...
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