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Conductor on - Gitit Psalm of David:
2 Lord our Lord - What a great name in - the land that gift Hudach on - heaven
Three from the Infants | Links I founded fierce foe for Courarich taking revenge;
4 that - I’ll see Shmich acts Azvatiach moon and stars which shank;
5 What - Enosh that - you remember him and Ben - a man that Atpkednu:
6 Utahsarhu slightly from God and honor and glory Ataterhu:
7 Tamshilhu acts of hands every drink under - up:
8 cold and thousands of them all and beasts of the field:
9 bird fish of the sea water has paths of days:
10 LORD our Lord - What a great name in - country
The text contains a semiotic argument, in the form of questions and answers, which explain that it is not a glass of water, but “a full-grown oak tree,” created “without altering the accidents of the glass of water.” The text defines accidents as “The colour, feel, weight, size…”. The text includes the statement “It’s not a symbol. I have changed the physical substance of the glass of water into that of an oak tree. I didn’t change its appearance. The actual oak tree is physically present, but in the form of a glass of water.” and “It would no longer be accurate to call it a glass of water. One could call it anything one wished but that would not alter the fact that it is an oak tree.”
The work makes the same claim as the Roman Catholic doctrine of Transubstantiation and the Real Presence.