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Opening reception with a musical performance and reading, p. Monday-Thursday; 9 a. Friday-Saturday; noon-6 p. Glendale Central Library, E. Harvard St. Tuesday-Thursday; 10 a. Mountain St. Exhibit runs through Nov. Email: info laxart. Monday-Friday; and by appointment. Tuesday; noon-4 p. Maclay Ave. Sierra Bonita Ave. La Brea Ave. Exhibit runs through Dec. La Cienega Blvd.

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Internet bidding: liveauctioneers. Sherman Oaks Friends of the Library used book sale: a. Larry Grossman: Signs his calendars, 10 a. Autobooks-Aerobooks, W. Magnolia Blvd. Event is co-presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Hollywood Heritage, N. Abril Bookstore, E. Broadway, Glendale. Friends of the Valley Plaza Branch Library used book sale: a.

San Pedro St. Books will be available for purchase. Portion of sales benefits the regional branch library. Reservations for the free event are requested on eventbrite. Doors open, p. Minimum age: The Bunker, W. Burbank Blvd.

Comedy a la Carte at Little Grace: 8 p. Doors open, 7 p. Two-item minimum purchase. Harvard Blvd. Performances: 8 p. Check website for specific dances on each night. Washington Blvd. Forever Flamenco presents Sonikete Blues — Woodshedding: A fusion of flamenco with delta blues songs, 8 p. Fountain Theatre, Fountain Ave. An Irish Christmas: Kerry Irish Productions presents a celebration of the holiday with dance, music and singing, p. Doors open, a. Free but register in advance. Autry Museum of the American West: Nov. Also, p. Wende Museum of the Cold War: Nov. Opens noon-5 p.

Exhibit runs through April 5. Hours: 10 a. Friday; 10 a. Saturday-Sunday closed when exhibits change; check the website. Free admission. Getty Center: Nov. Tuesday-Friday and Sunday; 10 a. Hours: noon-7 p. Second level of The Oaks Mall, W. Hours: 11 a.

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday; 11 a. Joy: 7 p. The Wiltern, Wilshire Blvd. Simrit: p. Wilshire Ebell Theatre, W. With the lunar calendar, the same phenomena occur every 19 years Julian. This is the Metonic cycle, named after the Greek astronomer Meton, who discovered this exact correlation between solar and lunar time in the Fifth century B. It is more difficult to conceive of the Sun's orbit because we are so used to seeing our solar system organized around it.

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To understand the verse from the Quran, the position of the Sun in our galaxy must be considered, and we must therefore call on modern scientific ideas. Our galaxy includes a very large number of stars spaced so as to form a disc that is denser at the centre than at the rim.

The Sun occupies a position in it which is far removed from the centre of the disc. The galaxy revolves on its own axis which is its centre with the result that the Sun revolves around the same centre in a circular orbit. Modern astronomy has worked out the details of this. In , Shapley estimated the distance between the Sun and the centre of our galaxy at 10 kiloparsecs i.

To complete one revolution on its own axis, the galaxy and Sun take roughly million years. The Sun travels at roughly miles per second in the completion of this. The above is the orbital movement of the Sun that was already referred to by the Quran fourteen centuries ago. The demonstration of the existence and details of this is one of the achievements of modern astronomy. This concept does not appear in those translations of the Quran that have been made by men of letters.

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Since the latter know nothing about astronomy, they have translated the Arabic word that expresses this movement by one of the meanings the word has: 'to swim'. They have done this in both the French translations and the, otherwise remarkable, English translation by Yusuf Ali. Muhammad Ashraf, Lahore Pakistan ].

The Arabic word referring to a movement with a self-propelled motion is the verb sabaha yasbahuna in the text of the two verses. All the senses of the verb imply a movement that is associated with a motion that comes from the body in question. If the movement takes place in water, it is 'to swim'; it is 'to move by the action of one's own legs' if it takes place on land.