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And like most people we'd like to see the world a better place, which in this context translates into our working to reduce the risk of potentially disastrous climatic change.
And in the context of New Democratic revolution, the rationality of such economic policies as to destroy feudalism on the basis of land to the tiller, to confiscate all foreign and domestic economic establishments with a monopolistic character and to limit, control and guide private capital that do not control public life, have been proved in practice.
And in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Carol Marcus mentions the Federation's decision whether or not to " fund " the Genesis Project itself, though " fund " means something different in this context as credits are not mentioned.
And in this context the Supreme Court has repeatedly upheld land-use regulations that adversely affected recognized real property interests.
And while most slang terms maintain a fairly brief duration of popularity, slang provides a quick and readily available vernacular screen to establish and maintain generational gaps in a societal context.
And so we were addressing within the context of the debate over whether the Palestinians could use violence or could not use nonviolence or could use nonviolence.
And, finally, why do we seem to be unhappier now than when we began our initial pursuit for rich abundance ?” In this context, simple living is the opposite of our modern quest for affluence and, as a result, it becomes less preoccupied with quantity and more concerned about the preservation of cities, traditions and nature.
And indeed, many definitions and theorems originally given for rings can be translated to this more general context.
And, the influence and consequences of scribal errors ( e. g., misspellings, additions, deletions, misreadings, ...) are hard to account for in the context of a Bible coded message left secretly in the text.
And it was Jean Metzinger, for the first time in Note sur la peinture who enunciated the stimulating interest in representing objects as remembered from successive and subjective experiences within the context of both space and time.
And then, the scant 60 seconds of coverage would show them being carted off by the police, but without any context to explain why they were protesting.
And because Japanese is a difficult language, with meaning highly dependent upon context, effective translation required not only fluent Japanese, but considerable knowledge of the context within which the message was sent.
" And so " To challenge these claims, and to see them in a context ," he asks " what nationalism is-not only the new revolutionary nationalism but also the old conservative one.
And, there is considerable confusion surrounding the issue of " safety " by politicians in the context that is used to deny parental access, particularly as it is a fact that most children's injuries occur in the living room at home, according to statistics published by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents ( RoSPA ), and fewer malicious injuries to children are done by fathers than by mothers, according to an NSPCC report in 2000 called Child Maltreatment in the United Kingdom: A Study of the Prevalence of Child Abuse and Neglect, which stated that " most violence occurred at home ( 78 per cent ) with mothers being primarily responsible in 49 per cent of cases and fathers in 40 per cent of cases ".
Some such editing is simply the addition of phrases such as And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them ,, designed to put the code into the context of the remainder of a code being given by God, as is the case for the remainder of Leviticus.
And, social or community factors in socialization may be studied in the context of the transmission of cultural factors by studying the social uniformity ( or lack thereof ) in the transmitted culture.
And one who accepts a relevant alternative's account of knowledge can be a contextualist by holding that what range of alternatives are relevant is sensitive to conversational context.
And, as with any historical study, understanding the context of the lives studied is essential.
And that inquiry requires us to consider the context of the display.
And if identity relationships are to reach beyond the context of a single, federated ontology of identity ( see Taxonomies of identity above ), identity attributes must somehow be matched across diverse ontologies.
In a non-sporting context, bolt-action rifles chambered for the. 243 were utilized by the Los Angeles Police Department's Special Weapons And Tactics ( SWAT ) unit during its early years.
And I would argue that their power is quite independent of the scientific context in which they were first enunciated.
Originally published in the April 2000 issue of Rolling Stone as " The Weasel, Twelve Monkeys And The Shrub ", and as an e-book through Random House's iPublish imprint ; later republished in the context of the 2008 presidential race as " McCain's Promise ".

And and drifting
: And drifting, gilds the fern around his grave —
And He gradually and successively raises the drifting / trailing heavy laden clouds.
And in Novy Puth things changed too: with the arrival of strong personalities like N. Berdyaev, S. Bulgakov and S. Frank the magazine was beginning to solidify its position, all the while drifting away from its originally declared mission.

And and personal
And Zen Buddhism, though it is extremely difficult to understand how these internal contradictions are reconciled, helps them in their struggle to achieve personal salvation through sexual release.
And even more complex items can be interpreted to conform to one's own point of view, which is by nature so personal.
'' And her own personal songs like `` The Man That Got Away '', and the inevitable `` Over The Rainbow ''.
And it is a rule of universal application that no one, having such duties to discharge, shall be allowed to enter into engagements in which he has, or can have, a personal interest conflicting or which possibly may conflict, with the interests of those whom he is bound to protect ...
And again on October 17, Soviet embassy official Georgy Bolshakov brought President Kennedy a " personal message " from Khrushchev reassuring him that " under no circumstances would surface-to-surface missiles be sent to Cuba.
And according to Richard Hughes, "... both men scrupulous in their personal and financial dealings.
* During the decade, Windows 2000 And Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003 And Windows vista And Microsoft Office 2008 And Then Windows 7 become the ubiquitous industry standards in personal computer software until the end of the decade, when Apple began to slowly gain market share.
" God in Islam is not only majestic and sovereign, but also a personal God: " And indeed We have created man, and We know what his ownself whispers to him.
And although they put up a front of having a good time, one senses that things haven't turned out well for them — either in terms of meaningful relationships or in terms of personal fulfillment.
And as his memory must always be dear to his Country, so the loss of so great and valuable man in sensibly, and in a more particular manner felt by those who had the pleasure of his personal acquaintance, and enjoy'd the happiness of his conversation.
And in a science fiction story one projects what has been a personal inner experience into a milieu ; it becomes socially shared, hence discussable.
And if real property is severed from the land ( rendered unattached ) it becomes personal property.
And whatever may have been his personal weaknesses, his importance in the history of French literature is very great, and was long underrated.
And if you could attach the kitchen sink to a personal computer they would announce that too.
And so, in terms of subjects and accidents, as in the phrase " goodness of God ", divine simplicity allows that there is a conceptual distinction between the person of God and the personal attribute of goodness, but the doctrine disallows that God's identity or " character " is dependent upon goodness, and at the same time the doctrine dictates that it is impossible to consider the goodness in which God participates separately from the goodness which God is.
And third, that the three other principles of justice, equality and human dignity, which constitute Islam's moral core, ... are best realized, in personal as well as public life, under shura governance .</ BLOCKQUOTE >
And, at the head of it all, was the Prince of Wales, the future George IV, whose personal regiment this was.
And because it is requisite, that no man should come to the holy Communion, but with a full trust in God ’ s mercy, and with a quiet conscience ; therefore, if there be any of you, who by this means is, by personal confession of sins cannot quiet his own conscience herein, but requireth further comfort or counsel ; let him come to me, or to some other discreet and learned Minister of God ’ s Word, and open his grief ; that by the ministry of God ’ s holy Word he may receive the benefit of absolution, together with ghostly counsel and advice, to the quieting of his conscience, and avoiding of all scruple and doubtfulness.
And a second cheer, because it is " congenial to a large measure of personal liberty ".
And this, he believes, in addition to transforming education oriented to personal and collective evolution, could bring about the healing of civilization.
And above all, for creating architecture of imagination, decisive self-reliance, courage, and often great beauty, an architecture which to our eyes and spirits still expresses the unusual personal character, spirit and courage for which he was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for bravery on a Civil War battlefield.

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