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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.
Even apart from documents drawn up jointly with other churches, it has sometimes, in view of the central position it attributes to the See of Rome, adopted the adjective " Roman " for the whole church, Eastern as well as Western, as in the papal encyclicals Divini illius Magistri and Humani generis.
Despite the popular adulation of gladiators, they were set apart, despised ; and despite Cicero's contempt for the mob, he shared their admiration: " Even when have been felled, let alone when they are standing and fighting, they never disgrace themselves.
Even neglecting these objections, the statue was made of bronze, and an engineering analysis proved that it could not have been built with its legs apart without collapsing from its own weight.
West Union is a town in Oconee County, South Carolina, United States, Even though its name suggests that it is near Union, they are about four counties apart.
Even Spielberg's Duel, while a well-crafted film, features a very small cast ( apart from Weaver, all other acting roles are bit-parts ) and mostly outdoors shooting locations in the desert.
Even apart from the worship, it is one of the most sheltering trees in the heat of the land, with a large and deep shade, and is thus extremely useful for travellers of the old sort-on foot, bicycles or oxcarts, or horse riders-travelling for hours or days ; traditionally it was found almost ubiquitously on roads and in village centres, the latter very useful for any formal or informal gathering to be conducted in a cool place or even for any poor person or a traveller to sleep under.
Even apart from duty, everyone has the most fundamental urge to be happy, since the idea of happiness more or less sums up in our minds the satisfaction of all our desires, cares, and needs.
Even Swiss organisation and technology were not up to the job and, apart from Tenzing, the Sherpas had little experience.
Even Túrin's colouring was dark, enhancing his resemblance to the Noldorin Elves but further setting him apart from his fair-haired cousin.
Even apart from disputes about the significance of the word translated as " wives ", this passage is of doubtful relevance to the rule of celibacy for priests of the Latin Church, which was introduced much later and is seen only as a discipline within that particular Church alone, not a doctrine binding all: in other words, a church regulation, but not an integral part of Church teaching.
Even apart from legal status, daughters seem no less esteemed within the Roman family than sons, though sons were expected to ensure family standing by following their fathers into public life.
Even after the split of the Roman Empire the Church remained a relatively united institution ( apart from Oriental Orthodoxy and some other groups which separated from the rest of the Church earlier ).
Even apart from scaling and shifting, there are infinitely many cases, e. g. by considering rational numbers of which the denominators are powers of a given prime number.
Even though there have been numerous tweaks to the Tuscan's chassis and suspension, the overall size and appearance of the variants remain virtually identical apart from minor aerodynamic aids to the S model in the form of an undertray in the front and a small boot-lid spoiler on the rear.
As it is decentralized, there is no e-mail server that could link different e-mail identities as communicating with each other ( profiling ): Even the nodes relaying the mails do not know the sender, and apart from sender and receiver, only the end of the high-latency mail route and the storing nodes will know to whom ( which anonymous identity, yet of course not the real world identity ) the mail is destined.
Even the birth charts of a pair of twins are often slightly different due to the fact that one of the twins is usually born a few minutes apart from the other ( see also: astro-twin ).
Even so, the ACE initiative ( and consortium ) began to fall apart little more than a year after it started, as it became apparent that there was not a mass market for an alternative to the Wintel computing platform.
Even before the closure it had been a little-used station apart from some peak days during cricket season due to its proximity to Lord's tube station.
Even Schubert recognized this fact ; in July 1824, he wrote his brother Ferdinand, " it would be better if you stuck to other quartets than mine, for there is nothing in them ..." There are several qualities that set these mature quartets apart from Schubert's earlier attempts.
Even though large-scale male circumcision could avert a number of HIV infections, theoretical calculations and empirical evidence show that it is unlikely to have a major public health impact, apart from the fact that achieving universal male circumcision is likely to be more difficult than universal vaccination coverage or universal contraceptive use.
Even with his concentration, infantrymen were spaced an unacceptable apart.
Even after adding more members, the group fell apart.
Even extremely rancid carrion is picked apart by their sharp, forceful beaks.

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Even Black's old crowbait began to snort, and from the house Black yelled, `` Jess!!
Even the knowledge that she was losing another boy, as a mother always does when a marriage is made, did not prevent her from having the first carefree, dreamless sleep that she had known since they dropped down the canyon and into Bear Valley, way, way back there when they were crossing those other mountains.
Even two decades ago in Go Down, Moses Faulkner was looking to the more urban future with a glimmer of hope that through its youth and its new way of life the South might be reborn and the curse of slavery erased from its soil.
Even so, confusion in this period gained such strength ( from compromise and other factors ) that it led to the bloodiest war of the Nineteenth century.
Even D. A. Wasson, who compared The Emancipation Of Massachusetts to the lifting of a fog from ancient landscapes, was also forced to admit the methodological deficiencies of the author.
Even to be `` from hope and fear set free '' is at least better than to have lost the first without having got rid of the second.
( Even granted that the Congo should be unified, you don't protect Western security by first removing the pro-Western weight from the power equilibrium.
Even the `` history of furniture '' can hardly be taught exclusively from photographs and lantern slides.
Even `` America's most efficient builder '', Bob Schmitt of Berea, hopes to cut his labor costs another $2,000 per house as a result of the time-&-motion studies now being completed on his operation by industrial efficiency engineers from the Stanley Works.
Even though we did not see many of your faces, it appears now quite evident that a considerable number of your profession heard, from those whom we had the fortune to encounter, that we had been in your midst.
Even among the fast set in which she was moving, her method for keeping an escort from departing too early was unique.
Even the mess sergeant, Bill Brown, a dapper, cocky transfer from an airborne division, went out on the range.
Even from where he stood he could see the neatly folded blanket that he had spread over Burton, the pillow, the sheet of paper on top of it.
Even before his mind had rounded out the idea, he thrust one hand into his trousers pocket and pulled out the six slugs he had taken from the revolver.
Even for those who have been observing the political scene a long time, no script from the past is worth very much in gazing into the state's immediate political future.
Even so, Gannett judiciously argued, the Association could legitimately decide that Parker `` should not be encouraged nor assisted in diffusing his opinions by those who differ from him in regard to their correctness ''.
Even more of an obstacle is the difficulty of separating the influence of Christianity from other factors.
Even Joan Sutherland may not have anticipated the tremendous reception she received from the Metropolitan Opera audience attending her debut as Lucia in Donizetti's `` Lucia Di Lammermoor '' Sunday night.
Even English has general, albeit complex, rules that predict pronunciation from spelling, and these rules are successful most of the time ; rules to predict spelling from the pronunciation have a higher failure rate.
Even before Johnston arrived in Tennessee, two forts had been started to defend the Tennessee River and the Cumberland River which provided avenues into the State from the north.
Even in the late 18th century the Abbess of Burtscheid was prevented from building a road linking her territory to the neighbouring estates of the duke of Jülich ; the city of Aachen even deployed its handful of soldiers to chase away the road-diggers.

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