violent or severe weather (viewed as caused by the action of the four elements)
"they felt the full fury of the elements"
Outdoor weather, such as wind or rain.
The basic tenets of an area of knowledge.
The bread and wine of the eucharist.
Elements is the third album released by the progressive / technical death metal band Atheist. It was released on August 30, 1993 by Music for Nations in Europe and by Metal Blade Records in the US. Elements was reissued by Relapse Records in 2005 and was digitally remastered with the addition of six bonus tracks. The album has more of a jazz influenced style than their two previous albums, but it remains highly technically complex. Elements was written, recorded and mixed in forty days in Pro Media Studios. The band wanted to dissolve but they were required to finish their third album in order to fulfill a contract to their record label. Elements features the addition of a third guitarist, Frank Emmi. Initially, Rand Burkey was not going to appear on the album, and as Kelly Shaefer had developed carpal tunnel syndrome, a new lead guitar player was needed. Before recording, Burkey rejoined the band, and thus the band ended up with three guitarists. Shaefer plays rhythm guitar, while Emmi and Burkey share responsibilities for leads and solos. Elements was Atheist's last studio album for 17 years, until the 2010 release of Jupiter.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
originally the four forms of matter so deemed—fire, air, earth, and water, and afterwards the name for those substances that cannot be resolved by chemical analysis, and which are now found to amount to sixty-seven.
U.S. National Library of Medicine
Substances that comprise all matter. Each element is made up of atoms that are identical in number of electrons and protons and in nuclear charge, but may differ in mass or number of neutrons.
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
The first principles of any art or science.--The elements of an orbit are certain proportions which define the path of a heavenly body in space, and enable the astronomer to calculate its position for past or future times.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
In a military sense, signify the first principles of tactics, fortification, and gunnery.
Plural form of the word element.
There are a list of elements in the periodic table and each have a number that corresponds with its name and composition.Submitted by MaryC on March 2, 2016
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The numerical value of Elements in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of Elements in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
This is so broad in its scope, there are so many elements, that it doesn't really have an identity other than its price tag, it becomes a big blob... a plaid jacket.
MIA/POW tables have been part of military tradition for generations, they have always included certain elements including a Bible.
In that letter it became clear to me that he was looking more towards a genuine interest in some of the earlier work and a celebration of that, with the elements of whatever pathos I've been through that people have or have not read about, and so I said, 'OK, I think maybe there's something here.' On top of which I have a mantra of sorts, which is that the very thing you're afraid of is probably – most likely as long as (it's) within reason (and)doesn't hurt yourself or someone else–that's the very thing you should go towards, because you're probably going to learn something.
You must allow your spirit to explore the elements beyond the senses and be prepared for any outcome.
We didnt expect that one event would contribute most of the heavy elements found in the early solar system.
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