What does the R stand for on Kirk's tombstone in Where No Man Has Gone Before?
nothing. it was just a continuity error, or a guess bye the person who made the tombstone, at his middle name....
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Yes, it is correct grammatically. The only criticism it might get is the question of political correctness. Some people would object to the use of the word 'man' in the phrase…. I'm guessing that is why a later incarnation of Star Trek used "no one" rather than "no man." = ROFL... I disaagree! denigrating the logical "man" of the era is as silly as saying the split infinitive is correct ... This phrase of Star Trek was actually "corrected"... "To go boldly where no one has gone before" is, if I recall, how it ended up. The improved cadence of the corrected infinitive was minimized by the silly vagueness of "no one" to replace "no man" in an era where intelligent females still were not offended. (They knew their self-worth and the millennia-old "discrimination" of ancient times has been contravened by able women for centuries. But, the insecure among us tend not to research history, easy as it is becoming via the Internet today.
I'm not sure, but I believe the frase originally came from early eupopeanexplorers, if you know more please speek up.
It's a temporal adverb modifying the verb "has gone."
the guy you are thinking of i John Edwards. he is good.
The name on the tombstone is "James R. Kirk". In the tombstone scene, Kirk's middle initial was inscribed as "R" when it should have been "T" for Tiberius.
I love puzzles like this and did some research on this one. I can only find three hints on this one, as:. That some parachutist call it the "Earth Gravity Alliance" although …the "A" is sometimes changed to other terms; and that its use with someone deceased normally refers to the failure of a chute. So it maybe that the person there is, or was, a parachutist with a sense of humor; or friends that had a sense of humor.. Another joking term is "Extraneous and Gratuitous Acronym" which would seem to be another sense of humor line.. One other note is that it is a short version for a US Marine symbol - Eagle, Globe, Anchor; and if misused or confusion on a tombstone ordering form it could be that it was intended to be the Marine symbol and was instead made part of the inscription.
James Tiberius Kirk
Arizona Territory ...Tombstone was established as a town before Arizona became a state.
Fear or anxiety over death. The best solution is to focus on life while living it.
No one can improve his standing before God through good works. God sent Jesus to die for our sins, because sin requires a payment. We aren't capable of paying for our offenses…. Only Jesus who was perfect, holy and flawless could pay those sins for us. The shedding of his blood through His death on the cross was the payment required to wash our sins away. So we can choose to accept the gift offered to us by Jesus's death and receive eternal life with God, or we can choose to reject it and stand before God on judgment day and give an accounting for our sins. Accepting Jesus's gift to us (his payment of our sins) requires faith, not any good works we could try to accomplish. The Word of God says (Bible) in Heb 6:11 - "Without faith it is impossible to please God." Our faith in His Son and what He did for us on the cross is what God wants. Read Romans 3 & 4 and it covers this.
for men you had to die in battle, for women you had to die during childbirth
Where No Man Has Gone Before was created on 1966-09-22.
In Star Trek
Star Trek - 1966 Where No Man Has Gone Before 1-3 is rated/received certificates of: Argentina:Atp Canada:PG (video rating)
In Star Trek
Star Trek - 1966 Where No Man Has Gone Before 1-3 was released on: USA: 22 September 1966 Japan: 27 April 1969 UK: 12 July 1969 West Germany: 6 October 1973