In the state of being active, functioning or operating. (adjective)
Performing according to schedule. (adjective)
Acceptable, appropriate. (adjective)
Destined, normally in the context of a challenge being accepted; involved, doomed. (adjective)
Having reached a base as a runner and being positioned there, awaiting further action from a subsequent batter. (adjective)
To an operating state. (adverb)
Along, forwards (continuing an action). (adverb)
In continuation, at length. (adverb)
In, or towards the half of the field on the same side as the batsman's legs; the left side for a right-handed batsman; leg. (adverb)
Positioned at the upper surface of, touching from above. (preposition)
At the date of. (preposition)
Some time during the day of. (preposition)
Dealing with the subject of, about, or concerning something. (preposition)
Touching; hanging from. (preposition)
In the possession of. (preposition)
Because of, or due to. (preposition)
Immediately after. (preposition)
Paid for by. (preposition)
Used to indicate a means or medium. (preposition)
Indicating a means of subsistence. (preposition)
Away or occupied with (e.g. a scheduled activity). (preposition)
Regularly taking (a drug). (preposition)
Having identical domain and codomain. (preposition)
Having as domain and V as codomain, for some set V and integer n. (preposition)
Generated by. (preposition)
Supported by (the specified part of itself). (preposition)
At a given time after the start of something; at. (preposition)
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It might be caused by advertising I see ads, but never on my own page, and therefore might not be *on* the LJ site, but something allows the ads to redirect to an illegal malware link that brings up a screen that looks like your Windows Explorer window that tells you that your computer has 300+ viruses.
Also, Kaz, I actually think that Christians would get along *better* if they *gave up on* inerrancy, but most won't give up on it so it's a pipedream.