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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
King` James′ Ver′sion(n.)
an English version of the Bible prepared in England under James I and published in 1611.
Category: Bible, Religion
Authorized Version, King James Version, King James Bible(noun)
an English translation of the Bible published in 1611
King James Version(ProperNoun)
A translation, published in 1611, of the Bible from the original Hebrew (Old Testament) and Greek (New Testament) commissioned for the Church of England, which is the version most quoted and influential in English literature and English Protestant religious culture.
Origin: Named for James I of England (James VI of Scotland), who authorized the production of a new English translation of the Bible.
King James Version
King James Version, originally released by Sire Records on September 12, 2000, is the second full-length album by alternative rock band Harvey Danger. Although it garnered critical acclaim, it failed to produce a hit song, unlike the earlier Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?. After the release of King James Version, the band took a three-year hiatus. The album is characterized by a polished and energetic indie rock style and lyrics laden with historical, literary, and pop cultural allusions.
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