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apart and from
But his prime interest, apart from music, he insisted seriously, was his family -- his wife, daughter and son.
Its ontological status is itself most tenuous because apart from individual men, who are its `` matter '', tradition, the `` form '' of society exists only as a shared perception of truth.
Even more important, in his Poetics, Aristotle differs somewhat from Plato when he moves in the direction of treating literature as a unique thing, separate and apart from its causes and its effects.
The most obvious characteristic of contemporary American writing, apart from the beat nonsense, is its cosmopolitanism.
Four billion dollars of the spending increase is for defense, an expenditure necessitated by the penny-wise policies of the Eisenhhower Administration, quite apart from the recent crises in Berlin and elsewhere.
Even apart from the fact that now at the age of 31 my personal life is being totally disrupted for the second time for no very compelling reason -- I cannot help looking around at the black leather jacket brigades standing idly on the street corners and in the taverns of every American city and asking myself if our society has gone mad.
It is the one exercise that drastically influences the definition of the thighs at the hipline -- that mark of the champion that sets him apart from all other bodybuilders ; ;
The rating scale of compulsivity was constructed by first perusing the interview records, categorizing all evidence related to compulsivity, then arranging a distribution of such information apart from the case records.
Would applause, for example, be fitting if, apart from the applause, there were nothing good to applaud??
The potters of the Aegean islands thus stood apart from those of the mainland, and in Greece itself Argive, Corinthian, Attic, Boeotian, and other Geometric sequences have each their own hallmarks.
or surprise, which would set the patient apart from other people.
The latter plays a prominent role in Roman Catholic theology and is considered decisive, entirely apart from Scripture, in determining the ethical character of birth-prevention methods.
His brothers' anger caused Palfrey genuine concern, for he had imposed a dual mission upon himself: to free his slaves, and to keep the family from falling apart over the issue.
In spite of the shading of one type of course into another, I believe it is useful to talk about vocational courses as apart from academic courses.
Can we continue to alienate precisely those whose gifts we so desperately need and apart from whose co-operation our mission in the world must become increasingly precarious??
We consume tons of aspirin and tranquilizers and sleeping pills in order to get a moment's relief from the tensions that are tearing us apart.
The importance of this 5 can largely be explained by the natural mathematical properties of the middle number and its special relationship to all the rest of the numbers -- quite apart from any numerological considerations, which is to say, any symbolic meaning arbitrarily assigned to it.
The statement also points to a classic paradox: The more men turn toward God, who is not only in himself the paradigm of all unity but also the only ground on which human unity can ultimately be established, the more men splinter into groups and set themselves apart from one another.
What sets Negro-appeal programing apart from other radio shows??
`` A remarkable substance '', says Dr. Keys, `` quite apart from its tendency to be deposited in the walls of arteries ''.
With the phylogenetic classification, the taxon Labyrinthodontia has been discarded as it is a paraphyletic group without unique defining features apart from shared primitive characteristics.
Their skin contains little keratin and lacks scales, apart from a few fish-like scales in certain caecilians.
Anatomy ( from the Ancient Greek, anatemnein: ana, " separate, apart from ", and temnein, " to cut up, cut open ") is a branch of biology and medicine that considers the structure of living things.

apart and racial
In North America, for example, some nations broke apart and reformed, as was the case with the Confederation of American States and the United Canadian and American States ; others became havens for specific racial or ethnic groups, like the councils of the Native American Nations, the Native Americans having used their new found magical abilities to regain massive tracts of land ; or the Elvish principality of Tír Tairngire, that encompasess all of the state of Oregon.
It tells a post-apocalyptic story: racial wars have torn the USA apart and Jeremiah and his friend Kurdy are trying to find their place in the new world.
There is no strong scholarly consensus as to whether Hitler was significantly influenced, directly or indirectly, by Liebenfels ' work, and no strong evidence that he was interested in the occult movement as a whole apart from its racial aspects, though the association has been repeatedly made by critics and occultists during and after the Third Reich.
The resulting political tension and racial riots threaten to tear Los Angeles apart.
In a piece, entitled " Two waves of immigration, Poles apart " Coren used the racial slur ' Polack ' to describe Polish immigrants who can " clear off ".
Like many South African whites, Ben refuses to get involved in the racial divides that have been tearing the country apart, thinking that Gordon's claims against the white minority government are unfounded.
What set this film apart from the countless other cops and robbers movies was Franklin ’ s insight into the underlying racial aspect that the film presented.
" Howat writes: " Cricket apart ... Constantine's reputation must rest on his contribution to racial tolerance, his benevolent view of empire and Commonwealth, and his personal acceptance within the British ' establishment '.
" White ", apart from its racial meaning, is also a term denoting opponents of the Bolsheviks during the Russian Civil War ( see White movement for this usage ) and " Red ", apart from its racial meaning, means Communists or Bolsheviks while " Green " often means Ecologists.
" Instead of uniting as a nation, our leaders have created a racial gulf that is tearing our island nation apart.

apart and problems
The theme of the game is that a gnomish submarine ( with very heavy Russian influence in style ) is falling apart and the crew must repair the problems until rescue arrives.
If it was true, this would be a step towards the reunification of Poland, and Henry IV, who was denigrated particularly in the earlier literature, was really a conscious promoter of Poland interests and a true patriot ( apart from the merits of raising the awareness of the problems of ethnic and linguistic diversity in the Middle Ages ).
The Boers had no problems with mobilisation, since the fiercely independent Boers had no regular army units, apart from the Staatsartillerie ( Afrikaans for ' States Artillery ') of both republics.
Dacko's government faced a number of problems during 1964 and 1965: the economy experienced stagnation, the bureaucracy started to fall apart, and the country's boundaries were constantly breached by Lumumbists from the south and the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Army from the east.
While some decision problems cannot be taken apart this way, decisions that span several points in time do often break apart recursively ; Bellman called this the " Principle of Optimality ".
In addition to the already existing internal problems, the band began to fall apart in July after Reese had received a draft notice in the mail ( and arranged to sell his Jaguar XKE to Fuller ), Powell also planned to announce his plans to leave the band to support his family back home.
While they train for the mission, Wallis continues his development of the bomb but has problems, such as the bomb breaking apart upon hitting the water.
Therefore, compulsators tend to have very light rotors spinning very fast in order to store the most energy in the available mass, and because too much mass in the rotor causes problems with the magnitude of centripetal force required to prevent the rotor from flying apart.
Others believe that, regardless of whether love-shyness is tied to other social anxiety problems, it nevertheless develops its own unique issues that must be attended to in order to effect the fullest recovery for the afflicted individual ; that, regardless of the causes, the long-term course of a love-shy person's life is profoundly affected in unique ways, because of the unique and paramount importance of personal intimacy in one's life, thereby setting love-shyness apart from other phobias and requiring special therapeutic attention and support.
Where analytic philosophy tends to treat philosophy in terms of discrete problems, capable of being analyzed apart from their historical origins ( much as scientists consider the history of science inessential to scientific inquiry ), continental philosophy typically suggests that " philosophical argument cannot be divorced from the textual and contextual conditions of its historical emergence ".
The Icelandic naming system occasionally causes problems for families travelling abroad, especially with young children, since non-Icelandic customs staff ( apart from those of other Nordic countries ) are usually unfamiliar with the practice and therefore expect children to have the surnames of their parents.
If the three layers of emulsion in a tripack did not have to be taken apart in order to produce the cyan, magenta and yellow dye images from them, they could be coated directly on top of each other, eliminating the most serious problems.
TWOC's successor, the Textile Workers Union of America, faced similar problems organizing in the South ; the CIO's postwar organizing drive in the South fell apart chiefly because of its inability to organize textile workers there.
However, his method had problems ; the cotton cloth soon fell apart and it took months to produce enough of the linoxyn.
As a result, the complex and destructive vibrational modes ( which ripped apart propellant lines and turbines ) as well as exhaust plume fluid dynamic problems ( causing vehicle roll, vacuum cavitation, and other problems ) were not discovered and worked out before flight.
After two years apart, the Wagners announced that they were working through their problems and privately reconciling, later going public with their news of formal reconciliation in 2004.
Analytical giftedness is influential in being able to take apart problems and being able to see solutions not often seen.
If you are suffering from other medical difficulties apart from your dental situation such as heart, blood, respiratory or mobility problems, it may be a safer choice to stay closer to home.
Normal law and order had disappeared with the collapse of Ottoman administration and almost all adult males were armed, and apart from the national problems there were also personal feuds and endemic problems, such as cattle stealing and vendettas.
However, both Gethin and de Adamich soon suffered technical problems, and dropped to the back of the field, where they would stay until the end of the race, apart from brief periods ahead of Giunti and Tim Schenken's De Tomaso when they were experiencing their own problems.

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