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Some deists rejected miracles and prophecies but still considered themselves Christians because they believed in what they felt to be the pure, original form of Christianitythat is, Christianity as it existed before it was corrupted by additions of such superstitions as miracles, prophecies, and the doctrine of the Trinity.
Some deists rejected the claim of Jesus ' divinity but continued to hold him in high regard as a moral teacher ( see, for example, Thomas Jefferson's famous Jefferson Bible and Matthew Tindal's Christianity as Old as the Creation ).
Some modern deists have modified this classical view and believe that humanity's relationship with God is transpersonal, which means that God transcends the personal / impersonal duality and moves beyond such human terms.
Some deists see design in nature and purpose in the universe and in their lives ( Prime Designer ).
Some deists view God in classical terms and see God as observing humanity but not directly intervening in our lives ( Prime Observer ), while others see God as a subtle and persuasive spirit ( Prime Mover ).
* Some contemporary deists believe ( with the classical deists ) that God has created the universe perfectly, so no amount of supplication, request, or begging can change the fundamental nature of the universe.
* Some deists believe that God is not an entity that can be contacted by human beings through petitions for relief ; rather, God can only be experienced through the nature of the universe.
* Some deists do not believe in divine intervention, but still find value in prayer as a form of meditation, self-cleansing, and spiritual renewal.
Some are thought to have been deists, or irreligious.
Some deists believe that a Divine Creator initiated a universe in which evolution occurred, by designing the system and the natural laws, although many deists believe that God also created life itself, before allowing it to be subject to evolution.

Some and usually
Some churches founded outside the Anglican Communion in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, largely in opposition to the ordination of openly homosexual bishops and other clergy are usually referred to as belonging to the Anglican realignment movement, or else as " orthodox " Anglicans.
Some home sewage treatment systems use biological treatment, usually beds of plants and aquaria, that absorb nutrients and bacteria and convert greywater and sewage to clear water.
Some larger BBSes or regional FidoNet hubs would make several transfers per day, some even to multiple nodes or hubs, and as such, transfers usually occurred at night or early morning when toll rates were lowest.
Some neurons emit action potentials constantly, at rates of 10 – 100 per second, usually in irregular patterns ; other neurons are quiet most of the time, but occasionally emit a burst of action potentials.
* Surrender ( only available as first decision of a hand ): Some games offer the option to " surrender ", usually in hole card games and directly after the dealer has checked for blackjack ( but see below for variations ).
Some of the more recognized names in cognitive science are usually either the most controversial or the most cited.
Some high-skilled consultants, however, may garner some benefits such as a bonus, sick leave, or food and travel expenses, since they usually charge a high flat-fee for their services, or otherwise garner high hourly wages.
Some algae may store food in the form of oil droplets. Green algae usually have a rigid cell wall made up of an inner layer of cellulose and outer layer of pectose.
Some are predatory, usually on other invertebrates ; some are parasites or parasitoids.
Some fires are caused by lightning, but these are usually during periods of high humidity and low winds and are easily controlled.
Some ( but usually not as many ) opportunities to caddy exist during the week, as well.
Some other features of this kind are helmet streamers — large cap-like coronal structures with long pointed peaks that usually overlie sunspots and active regions.
Some athletes, however, follow a diet to gain weight ( usually in the form of muscle ).
Some Forth implementations ( usually early versions or those written to be extremely portable ) compile threaded code, but many implementations today generate optimized machine code like other language compilers.
Some are sung unaccompanied while others usually have guitar or other accompaniment.
Some Christian theologians, some fundamentalists, and others pejoratively refer to any philosophy which they see as literal-minded or they believe carries a pretense of being the sole source of objective truth as fundamentalist, regardless of whether it is usually called a religion.
Some people called Rasputin the " Mad Monk ", while others considered him a " strannik " ( or religious pilgrim ) and even a starets (, " elder ", a title usually reserved for monk-confessors ), believing him to be a psychic and faith healer.
Some modern churches include within hymnody the traditional hymn ( usually describing God ), contemporary worship music ( often directed to God ) and gospel music ( expressions of one's personal experience of God ).
Some ancient societies and most modern states employ partible inheritance, under which every child inherits ( usually equally ).
* Some scholars hold that many or most of the statements and events described in the Mishnah and Talmud usually occurred more or less as described, and that they can be used as serious sources of historical study.
Some have pores underneath ( and are usually called boletes ), others have spines, such as the hedgehog mushroom and other tooth fungi, and so on.
Some insects, amphibians, molluscs, crustaceans, Cnidarians, echinoderms and tunicates undergo metamorphosis, which is usually accompanied by a change of habitat or behavior.
Some tribes have begun requiring genealogical DNA testing, but this is usually related to an individual's proving parentage or direct descent from a certified member.
Some Newfoundland English differs from General Canadian English in vowel pronunciation ( e. g., in much of Newfoundland, the words fear and fair are homophones ), in morphology and syntax ( e. g., in Newfoundland the word bes is sometimes used in place of the normally conjugated forms of to be to describe continual actions or states of being, as in that rock usually bes under water instead of that rock is usually under water, but normal conjugation of to be is used in all other cases ; bes is likely a carryover of British Somerset usage with Irish grammar ) or Cornish, and in preservation of archaic adverbial-intensifiers ( e. g., in Newfoundland that play was right boring and that play was some boring both mean " that play was very boring ").

Some and referred
Some argue that, overall, the evidence suggests that antipsychotics only help if they are used selectively and are gradually withdrawn as soon as possible and have referred to the " Myth of the antipsychotic ".
Some sabermetric statistics have entered the mainstream baseball world that measure a batter's overall performance including On-base plus slugging, commonly referred to as OPS.
Some saw the 1891 team — the first sanctioned by the Rugby Football Union — as the English national team, though others referred to it as " the British Isles ".
Some plastics are now referred to as being ' degradable ', ' oxy-degradable ' or ' UV-degradable '.
Some articulated trams have bogies located under articulations, a setup referred to as a Jacobs bogie.
Some patients report fatigue or non-specific neurocognitive problems, such as an inability to concentrate ; this is sometimes called post-chemotherapy cognitive impairment, referred to as " chemo brain " by patients ' groups.
Some referred to it a racial caste system.
Some models have the ability to extend memory capacity to store more numbers ; the extended address is referred to as an array index.
Some earthquake ruptures travel at unusually low velocities and are referred to as slow earthquakes.
Some variants are commonly referred to as square-and-multiply algorithms or binary exponentiation.
Some mRNA transcripts have exons with no ORFs and, thus, are sometimes referred to as non-coding RNA.
Some geocachers act to mitigate this perception by picking up litter while they search for geocaches, a practice referred to in the community as CITO ( Cache-In-Trash-Out ).
Some East Germans regularly referred to the Socialist Unity Party as " the Russian party ".
Some West German media referred to East Germany initially as the SBZ and later consistently named it the so-called " GDR " ( sogenannte " DDR ").
Some states dispute the international acceptance of the right of their deposed monarchs to be referred to by their former title.
Some authors scrupulously avoid such technology as faster-than-light travel, while others accept such notions ( sometimes referred to as " enabling devices ", since they allow the story to take place ) but focus on realistically depicting the worlds that such a technology might make possible.
Some, known as frame harps, also have a pillar ; those without the pillar are referred to as open harps.
Some ideograms are comprehensible only by familiarity with prior convention ; others convey their meaning through pictorial resemblance to a physical object, and thus may also be referred to as pictograms.
Some instructions also enabled HL to be used as a ( limited ) 16-bit accumulator, and a pseudoregister, M, could be used almost anywhere that any other register could be used and referred to the memory address pointed to by HL.
* Some transient receptor potential channels: This group of channels, normally referred to simply as TRP channels, is named after their role in Drosophila phototransduction.
Some derided Kemp for his compromise and referred to him as a " con artist ".
Some LCD panels have defective transistors, causing permanently lit or unlit pixels which are commonly referred to as stuck pixels or dead pixels respectively.
Some commentators have referred to this situation as the " grey goo " or " ecophagy " scenario.

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