Since Aristotle , the physical (the subject matter of physics , properly τὰ φυσικά "natural things") has often been contrasted with metaphysical (the subject of metaphysics ).  "Physis, translated since the Third Century . usually as "nature" and less frequently as "essence", means one thing for the presocratic philosophers and quite another thing for Plato."  Physis is a great example of a keyword that was very important in classical rhetoric and helped define Greek language, but over time was modified through culture changes into a related, but new word. 
St. John’s Orphanage (also known as the Goulburn Boys Orphanage ) located in Goulburn, New South Wales, opened in 1912 and closed in 1976. At any one time, approximately 100 boys aged 5 to 16 called the Goulburn Boys Orphanage home. After the orphanage closed, the Christian Interdenominational Organisation conducted discipleship training courses in the building before it was finally abandoned in the late 1990s. The structure is reputed to be haunted and although entry into the interior is not allowed, nocturnal ghost tours are regularly conducted by a local company.
The Russo-Turkish War of 1877–78 ended with Russia's decisive victory and its army in occupation of large parts of eastern Turkey, but not before entire Armenian districts had been devastated by massacres carried out with the connivance of Ottoman authorities. In the wake of these events, Patriarch Nerses and his emissaries made repeated approaches to Russian leaders to urge the inclusion of a clause granting local self-government to the Armenians in the forthcoming Treaty of San Stefano . The Russians were receptive and drew up the clause, but the Ottomans flatly rejected it during negotiations. In its place, the two sides agreed on a clause making the Sublime Porte 's implementation of reforms in the Armenian provinces a condition of Russia's withdrawal, thus designating Russia the guarantor of the reforms.  The clause entered the treaty as Article 16 and marked the first appearance of what came to be known in European diplomacy as the Armenian question.