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-day: Various NT original Greek words used translated 'day' (see Strong's Concordance); original Hebrew is 'day', 'to be hot', 'the warm hours', daily'.
-day for a year? 2Peter 3:8; Numbers 14:34; Ezekiel 4:6; Psalms 90:4.
    Some think that this is an overall principle of God. It doesn't seem to be. Psalms 90:4 is about a prayer of Moses and what he said to God.
    The original has it 'thousand eye (meaning 'sight') against, with, or upon day passed over observed night' – and from here the translators tried to make it clear for us. But it doesn't really mean that with God, a thousand years is always as one day, as a reading of the other scriptures will also show. It's the same with us. As we look back over our past, time has seemed to have just flown by so quickly. And what of all we've individually done can even immediately be brought to mind?
    We are mostly here to become what we are already, as we carry on towards the time when we will be no more in the physical on this Earth. 

-Demetrius: a silversmith at Ephesus, whose chief occupation was to make silver shrines for Diana (Acts 19:24), models either of the temple of Diana or of the statue of the goddess. 
    This trade brought to him and his fellow craftsmen "no small gain," for these shrines found a ready sale among the countless thousands who came to this temple from all parts of Asia Minor. 
    This traffic was greatly endangered by the progress of the gospel, and hence Demetrius excited the tradesmen employed in the manufacture of these shrines, and caused so great a tumult that "the whole city was filled with confusion."

-dispensation: The method or scheme according to which God carries out his purposes towards men is called a dispensation. There are usually reckoned three dispensations, the Patriarchal, the Mosaic or Jewish, and the Christian. The word is not found with this meaning in Scripture.

-doctors/lawyers/scribes: The Jewish doctors taught and disputed in synagogues, or wherever they could find an audience. Their disciples were allowed to propose to them questions. They assumed the office without any appointment to it. The doctors of the law were principally of the sect of the Pharisees. Schools were established after the destruction of Jerusalem at Babylon and Tiberias, in which academic degrees were conferred on those who passed a certain examination. Those of the school of Tiberias were called by the title "rabbi," and those of Babylon by that of "master."

-dominion: Various OG & OH words used (see Strong's Concordance for original meaning for word in question in whatever verse).

-done: Various OG & OH words used (see Strong's Concordance for original meaning for word in question in whatever verse).

-doth: Does not occur in either OG or OH.

-dwelleth: Various OG & OH words used (see Strong's Concordance for original meaning for word in question in whatever verse).

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