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All such imitations of negative quality have given rise to a compensatory response in the form of a heroic and highly individualistic humanism: if man can neither know nor love reality as it is, he can at least invent an artistic `` reality '' which is its own world and which can speak to man of purely personal and subjective qualities capable of being known and worthy of being loved.
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All and such
He and other Soviet leaders responsible for the document were proud of having brought forward some new formulas, such as the early replacement of the dictatorship of the proletariat by an `` All People's State '', and also of having laid down the lines for a much greater `` democratization '' of the whole hierarchy of Soviets, starting with the Supreme Soviet itself.
All these emotions were screwed up to new heights when, after acceptance and the first rehearsals, there ensued such a buzz of excitement among Parisian music lovers that Duclos had to come running to Rousseau to inform him that the news had reached the superintendent of the King's amusements, and that he was now demanding that the work be offered first at the royal summer palace of Fontainebleau.
All research within the United States contracted for, sponsored, cosponsored, or authorized under authority of this Act, shall be provided for in such manner that all information, uses, products, processes, patents, and other developments resulting from such research developed by Government expenditure will ( with such exceptions and limitations, if any, as the Secretary may find to be necessary in the interest of national defense ) be available to the general public.
And Mr. Skyros didn't like Angie, but what with Prettyman and three of his boys inside, and not likely to come out -- And Angie such a valuable salesman, Prettyman said -- All the nuisance and danger of getting in touch with practically a whole new bunch of boys -- Why did everything have to happen at once??
All belong to the collection being given to Wilmington over a period of years by Mrs. Sloan, who has cherished such revelatory items ever since she first studied with Sloan at the Art Students League, New York, in the 1920's.
All parts or assemblies are handled either by conveyors or motorized vehicles such as fork lifts, or gravity, with no manual trucking.
All AMPS carriers have converted most of their consumer base to a digital standard such as CDMA2000 or GSM and continue to do so at a rapid pace.
Other popular destinations include such mountains as the Feldberg, the Belchen, the Kandel, and the Schauinsland ; the Titisee and Schluchsee lakes ; the All Saints Waterfalls ; the Triberg Waterfalls, not the highest, but the most famous waterfalls in Germany ; and the gorge of the River Wutach.
All concepts in biology are subject to the same laws that other branches of science obey, such as the laws of thermodynamics and conservation of energy.
The CDC thus only recommends vaccination for: 1 ) All laboratory and field personnel who are working with Y. pestis organisms resistant to antimicrobials, 2 ) People engaged in aerosol experiments with Y. pestis and 3 ) People engaged in field operations in areas with enzootic plague where preventing exposure is not possible ( such as some disaster areas ).
All but one of the provinces of Canada use a common law system ( the exception being Quebec, which uses a civil law system for issues arising within provincial jurisdiction, such as property ownership and contracts ).
All major software companies, such as Microsoft, Novell and Sun Microsystems, have their own software testing departments with the specific goal of just testing.
All English consonants can be classified by a combination of these features, such as " voiceless alveolar stop ".
All but a few of the most inert elements, such as noble gases and noble metals, are usually found on Earth in chemically combined form, as chemical compounds.
All such adjustments to crime statistics, allied with the experience of people in their everyday lives, shape attitudes on the extent to which the State should use law or social engineering to enforce or encourage any particular social norm.
Charles has appeared on celebrity editions of University Challenge ( 1998 ), Can't Cook, Won't Cook ( 1998 ) and The Weakest Link ( 2004 ), and comedy panel shows such as Have I Got News For You ( 1995 ), Just a Minute ( 1995 ) and They Think It's All Over ( 1996 ).
All and imitations
All artistic and mythological representations, therefore, are `` imitations of imitations '' and are completely superseded by the truth value of `` dialectic '', the proper use of the inquiring intellect.
The film spawned the sequels, remakes and imitations Debbie Does Dallas 2, 3 and 4, Debbie Does Dallas 99, Debbie Does Dallas: The Next Generation, Debbie Does Iowa, Debbie Goes to College, Debbie Does ' Em All, Night of the Living Debbies, Debbie Duz Dishes 1, 2 and 3, Bang the Debbie Slowly and Debbie Does the Devil in Dallas.
All and negative
All of these slices are from the same side of the same piece of negative, cropped and stacked for simplicity.
All cavity magnetrons consist of a hot cathode with a high ( continuous or pulsed ) negative potential created by a high-voltage, direct-current power supply.
All four living species are vulnerable to extinction from habitat loss and other negative impacts related to human population growth and coastal development.
All years in the BC era must be converted to a negative value then incremented toward zero to be passed as an astronomical year, so that 1 BC will be passed as year 0.
All sources about him stem from his enemies, the Franks, who painted a negative picture of Widukind, calling him an " insurgent " and a " traitor ".
Hetu further has five characteristics: ( 1 ) It must be present in the Paksha, ( 2 ) It must be present in all positive instances, ( 3 ) It must be absent in all negative instances, ( 4 ) It must not incompatible with the minor term or Paksha and ( 5 ) All other contradictions by other means of knowledge should be absent.
" All these instances are typically interpreted as indications of the negative consequences of man's separation from nature, both in the creation of destructive machinery and in the inability to rejoice in pure nature.
The Guardian's Betty Clarke wrote a negative review, saying that " Her cover of Roy Orbison's I Drove All Night is full of reverberating notes and sultry asides, but reveals a fundamental lack of sincerity that renders her threatening when she is trying for tender.
All of these definitions imply a negative judgment of the drug use in question ( compare with the term responsible drug use for alternative views ).
Carol Stack's All Our Kin describes both the positive and negative sides of a network of obligation and gratitude effectively constituting a gift economy.
All of these induced positive and negative charges are collected by combs to charge the Leyden jars, electrical charge-storage devices similar to capacitors.
All in all, technology has made our lives much easier, therefore we no longer are required to live vigorous lifestyles that, in the past, contributed to the decline in our health. On the other hand, technology has complicated many lives and has many negative effects.
Neither of them gave her the critical acclaim or the commercial success of her first novel ; the main complaints about The Feast of All Saints were that it was too heavy and dense to read easily, and most of the reviews for Cry to Heaven were so savagely negative that Rice felt devastated.
All of these disapproved of the negative depiction of Faust as a renegade and accused the work of being " a slap in the face of German national feeling " and of having " formalistically deformed one of the greatest works of our German poet Goethe " ( Ulbricht ).
# All sources are assembled into a single master restoration element ; most often a duplicate negative.
In his formulation of syllogistic propositions, instead of the copula (" All / some ... are / are not ..."), Aristotle uses the expression, "... belongs to / does not belong to all / some ..." or "... is said / is not said of all / some ..." There are four different types of categorical sentences: universal affirmative ( A ), particular affirmative ( I ), universal negative ( E ) and particular negative ( O ).
Choice, taste and style were dirty words ; personal style, one could argue, is necessarily a product of repetition, and the removal of repetition is, or was believed to be, a cornerstone of classical serialism as defined by Webern's late works [...] All this may well be seen as a kind of negative style precept: a conscious elimination of sensuous, dramatic or expressive elements, indeed of everything that in the popular view constitutes music.