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  Jorgen Von Strangle: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Jorgen Von Strangle: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic
Jorgen Von Strangle on the animated series Animated television series quick summary:
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 Glossary of Gardening, Landscape, and Horticulture Terms for the Home Gardener
The practice of driving a stake into the ground next to, and as a support for a plant.
When attaching the plant to the stake, be sure that it is tied loosely so it doesn't strangle the stem.
When staking a potted plant, the stake should be set into the planter before the plant is added.
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 Eastern Orthodox Church - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
First of all, there is enough evidence to show that there was a small wooden platform for the crucified to stand on in order to support his weight; in Christ's case his feet were nailed side by side to this platform with one nail each in order to prolong the torture of the cross.
Evidence for this idea comes mainly from two sources, biblical (that in order to cause the victim to die faster their legs were broken so they could not support their weight and would strangle) and tradition (all early depictions of the crucifixion show this arrangement, not the later with feet on top with single nail).
It has also been pointed out that the nailed hands of a body crucified in the manner often shown in modern secular art would not support the weight and would tear through, a platform for the feet would relieve this problem.
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