Methuselah

Methuselah ({Hebrew Name 2|מְתֿוּשֶלַח|מְתֿוּשָלַח|Mətušélaḥ|Mətušálaḥ|Məṯûšélaḥ|Məṯûšālaḥ|`Man of the dart/spear`, or alternatively `his death shall bring judgment`}) is the man in the Hebrew Bible reported to have lived the longest. Extra-biblical tradition maintains that he died on the 11th of...
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Methuselah

[n] - (Old Testament) a patriarch (grandfather of Noah) who is said to have lived 969 years
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Methuselah

noun (Old Testament) a patriarch (grandfather of Noah) who is said to have lived 969 years
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Methuselah

[bond] The Methuselah is a term for a type of bond with a 50-year maturity. The term is a reference to Methuselah, the oldest person whose age is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible. The issuance in Methuselahs has been increasing in recent years due to demand for longer-dated assets from pension plans, particularly in France and the United Kingd...
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Methuselah

[cellular automaton] In cellular automata, a methuselah is a small `seed` pattern of initial live cells that take a large number of generations in order to stabilize. More specifically, Martin Gardner defines them as patterns of fewer than ten live cells which take longer than 50 generations to stabilize, although some patterns that are lar...
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Methuselah

[tree] Methuselah is a {Age|-2832|8|5}-year-old Great Basin bristlecone pine (Pinus longaeva) tree growing high in the White Mountains of Inyo County in eastern California. For many years it was the world`s oldest known living non-clonal organism, until superseded by the discovery in 2013 of another bristlecone pine in the same area with an...
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Methuselah

A bottle, 6 liters in capacity, typically used for sparkling wine.
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Methuselah

A bottle, 6 liters in capacity, typically used for sparkling wine.
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Methuselah

A large bottle holding six litres, the equivalent of eight regular wine bottles.
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Methuselah

A large bottle holding six litres, the equivalent of eight regular wine bottles.
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Methuselah

A large bottle holding the equivalent of eight 750ml bottles.
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methuselah

a large wine bottle holding about 6 liters, 8 times the volume of a regular bottle.
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Methuselah

An extra-large bottle holding 6 liters; the equivalent of eight standard bottles.
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Methuselah

Bottle oversize for champagne with the volume of six liters or the contents of eight standard bottles. The name is in French Burgundy also for Still wines used with this volume. in the Bordeaux however, this bottle size is called for still wines impériale, The Hebrew name Methuselah (German javelin thrower) is derived from the eponymous biblical f...
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Methuselah

from Methushelah, the Bible's longest-lived human (969 years)
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Methuselah

In the Old Testament, Hebrew patriarch who lived before the Flood; his lifespan of 969 years makes him a byword for longevity. ...
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Methuselah

In the Old Testament, Hebrew patriarch who lived before the Flood; his lifespan of 969 years makes him a byword for longevity
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Methuselah

Large-format bottle that holds an enormous six litres of Champagne (eight bottles' worth). Go on, impress your friends. Let's hope it isn't corked, though.
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Methuselah

Methuselah (mēthyOO'zulu) , in the Bible, descendant of Seth; son of Enoch. He is said to have lived 969 years. It is also spelled Mathusala.
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Methuselah

Old Testament patriarch whose life span as recorded in Genesis (5:27) was 969 years; he has survived in legend and tradition as the longest-lived ... [1 related articles]
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