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Possible Answers: ISM, TENET, CREDO, DOGMA, CREED, DOXY.
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Random information on the term “ISM”:
ism is an East Coast-based alternative rock quartet founded in New York City in 2004. It combines elements of melodic rock, electronic, trip hop, and industrial music.
The group came together when singer/guitarist Andre Mistier wanted to take a break from directing plays around New York City by starting a band that merged rock and electronic music. He hooked up with Yale acquaintance guitarist/vocalist Gerard Toriello, who then brought on childhood friend and drummer Michael Higgins. Taking their name from the concept of not wanting to be limited by one “ism” but rather explore – and ultimately gain understanding for – all that the world has to offer, ism were completed by the final addition of bassist Leigh Battle, who had been previously playing in another band with Higgins.
ism began performing together regularly around mid-2004, playing at live venues and festivals including the ConneXion International Music Festival in Jacksonville, Florida in 2005. They released their first single, “Breathe”, in late 2005 and soon afterwards released their first album, Monkey Underneath in early 2006 on STM Records. With the popular singles “Breathe” and “Beside the Sun” featured on college radio, ism continued to tour nationwide throughout 2006. Two years later they returned with Urgency, an album produced by Joe Blaney, who had previously worked with The Clash, Beastie Boys and Tom Waits. Keyboardist Bernie Worrell made a guest appearance.
Random information on the term “TENET”:
TENET is a heavy metal band formed as a side project by Jed Simon and Gene Hoglan of Strapping Young Lad and Zimmers Hole.
TENET originally started out in the Summer of 1996 for Jed Simon, founder of the band. Together with Steve Wheeler (Zimmers Hole drummer at the time), they started getting Jed’s ideas down to demo-tape form, but while both continued along with ZH and SYL, nothing much happened for TENET apart from some casual jam-sessions, which among others also included players like Stu Carruthers (Grip Inc.). Jed then initially met guitar-partner Glen Alvelais (ex-Forbidden) way back in 1997 when SYL was touring with Testament, for who Glen was playing guitar at the time. After quickly becoming friends, Jed eventually asked Glen if he would be interested in playing together in TENET and long years later when they re-connected, Glen’s first question was “Whatever happened to that album we were gonna record?”. They laughed and Jed said “Soon, are you still into it?” His response was “FUCK YEAH!”
Random information on the term “CREDO”:
Credo is the eighth studio album by American singer Jennifer Rush.
Released in early 1997. By this time, Rush was no longer the chart star she had been a decade earlier and was content to discover new styles. On this album she worked with Gospel and African Choirs, who backed her on three of the tracks – including the title track and lead single with a promo video filmed in the Namib desert. The album did enter the charts in her most loyal market, Germany, where it reached No.26 and the single became a minor hit. This was followed by “Sweet Thing”, one of the few uptempo songs on the album, while “Piano in the Dark” (a cover of the Brenda Russell song) was released as a Promo-only single after this. Further notable songs featured on the album are the cover versions of Cheap Trick’s “The Flame” (1988) and “The Places You Find Love”, originally recorded by Barbra Streisand in 1988 and then by Quincy Jones for his Back On the Block album in 1989, as well as a cover of John Farnham’s 1987 Australian hit “A Touch of Paradise”. Like her previous two albums, Credo went unreleased in the UK and US.
Random information on the term “DOGMA”:
Ontology engineering in computer science and information science is a field which studies the methods and methodologies for building ontologies: formal representations of a set of concepts within a domain and the relationships between those concepts. A large-scale representation of abstract concepts such as actions, time, physical objects and beliefs would be an example of ontological engineering. Ontology engineering is one of the areas of applied ontology, and can be seen as an application of philosophical ontology. Core ideas and objectives of ontology engineering are also central in conceptual modeling.
[Ontology engineering] aims at making explicit the knowledge contained within software applications, and within enterprises and business procedures for a particular domain. Ontology engineering offers a direction towards solving the inter-operability problems brought about by semantic obstacles, i.e. the obstacles related to the definitions of business terms and software classes. Ontology engineering is a set of tasks related to the development of ontologies for a particular domain.
Random information on the term “CREED”:
1 Corinthians 15 is the fifteenth chapter of the First Epistle to the Corinthians by Paul the Apostle. The first eleven verses contain the earliest account of the resurrection appearances of Jesus in the New Testament. The rest of the chapter stresses the primacy of the resurrection for Christianity. Readings from the text are given at Easter Sunday services and funerals – where mourners are assured of the “sure and certain expectation of the resurrection to a better life”.
The New King James Version organises this chapter as follows:
The chapter begins with the statement of the Good News, received by Paul from the ascended Jesus Christ. Paul reveals the significance of the death, burial, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ and that if we believe this message that we are saved. The account of the Resurrection appearances of Jesus in verses 3-7 appears to be an early pre-Pauline creedal statement.
The antiquity of the creed has been located by most biblical scholars to no more than five years after Jesus’ death, probably originating from the Jerusalem apostolic community. Based on linguistic analysis, the version received by Paul seems to have included verses 3b-6a and 7. The creed has been deemed to be historically reliable and is claimed to preserve a unique and verifiable testimony of the time.