pneumatic

(from the article `Christianity`) ...with his breath. Unknown to the Demiurge, however, certain remnants of pleromic wisdom contained in his breath lodged as spiritual particles in ...
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pneumatic

(noo-mat´ik) pertaining to air. respiratory.
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pneumatic

[adj] - of or relating to or using air (or a similar gas)
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Pneumatic

• (a.) Alt. of Pneumatical • (n.) A vehicle, as a bicycle, the wheels of which are fitted with pneumatic tires. • (a.) Alt. of Pneumatical
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pneumatic

adjective of or relating to or using air (or a similar gas); `pneumatic drill`; `pneumatic tire`
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Pneumatic

[Gnosticism] The pneumatics (`spiritual`, from Greek πνεῦμα, `spirit`) were, in Gnosticism, the highest order of humans, the other two orders being psychics and hylics. A pneumatic saw itself as escaping the doom of the material world via the transcendent knowledge of Sophia`s Divine Spark within the soul. In the New Testament a cont...
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Pneumatic

Pneu·mat'ic noun A vehicle, as a bicycle, the wheels of which are fitted with pneumatic tires.
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pneumatic

1. Relating to air or gas, or to a structure filled with air. ... 2. Relating to respiration. ... Origin: G. Pneumatikos ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Pneumatic

Moved or worked by air pressure.
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Pneumatic

Patagonia's version of Gore's Activent laminated, 70-denier polyester ripstop.
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pneumatic

Type: Term Pronunciation: nū-mat′ik Definitions: 1. Relating to air or gas, or to a structure filled with air. 2. Relating to respiration.
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