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Every and aspect
Every aspect of life was regulated to some degree by the party, and the will of its founding-president, Mobutu Sese Seko.
Every other aspect of film making originated in a different medium than film ( photography, art direction, writing, sound recording ), but editing is the one process that is unique to film.
Every aspect of his architecture, from overall concept to the smallest detail, supports his effort to express the modern age.
Every aspect of the collage is moving and will never be the same more than once, which was congruent with society at the time.
They draw three conclusions from Austin: ( 1 ) A performative utterance does not communicate information about an act second-hand — it is the act ; ( 2 ) Every aspect of language (" semantics, syntactics, or even phonematics ") functionally interacts with pragmatics ; ( 3 ) There is no distinction between language and speech.
Every aspect of life, every word, plant, animal and ritual was connected to the power and authority of the gods.
Every aspect of the line matrix printer is designed to deliver higher reliability, fast throughput, and greater resistance to rough handling and hazardous environmental conditions.
Every aspect of the store is mapped out and attention is paid to colour, wording and even surface texture.
Every aspect of the Mishnaic text is treated as a subject of close investigation.
Every aspect of the methodology advocated in NKS is optimized to make experimentation as direct, easy, and meaningful as possible — while maximizing the chances that the experiment will do something unexpected.
Every aspect of life, every word, plant, animal and ritual was connected to the power and authority of the gods.
Every aspect of police work was chronicled, step by step: From patrols and paperwork, to crime scene investigation, lab work and questioning witnesses or suspects.
Every single aspect of the house from the roof down required remedial attention.
Every Vorlon stands for an aspect of their society.
Every aspect of Festeron has been changed to something ominous: for instance, what was once a poodle is now a frightening hellhound.
Every aspect of its function and design challenges what riders think about mass transit.
Telfer's lawyer for the judicial review, Ted Charney, stated that " The only reason they backed off, is because we got this judicial review and we convinced them to wait until the hearing was over before they tried to seize their house and sell it with the sheriff .” Ezra Levant, a lawyer and former publisher of the Western Standard who was himself a target of a human rights complaint in the past, said the court ruling is more evidence that Canada ’ s human rights commissions are “ out of control ,” and argued that “ Every single aspect of this ruling is discreditable ... Overturning the tribunal ’ s order isn ’ t enough.
Every aspect of an organism that has a function has a history.
Every page of this book contains an aspect of syphilis and the footnotes, provides a wealth of detailed information about the differential diagnosis of other skin diseases.
Every aspect of green building is integrated into the O & M phase of a building's life.
Every aspect of a monster ; frame, accessories, actual drawn body shape and thickness, affects its stats.
Every aspect of the Railroad's existence was to be enervated and agitated and sometimes turned topsy-turvy during the Gowen years of the 1870s and 1880s.
Every aspect of its city ’ s life and growth is managed by the order independently of the state, including education, health, supply of drinking water, public works, administration of markets, land tenure, and real estate development.
Every aspect of the ecosystem from the different species of plants to the diversity of animal species contributes to natural services like water purification, provision of food, fuel, fiber, and biochemicals, nutrient cycling, pollination and seed dispersal, and climate regulation, just to name a few.

Every and civilization
Every argues that " the disparagement of myth in our own civilization " stems partly from objections to perceived idolatry, objections which intensified in the Reformation, both among Protestants and among Catholics reacting against the classical mythology revived during the Renaissance.
" In an interesting meditation on what he viewed as the harm which would result if Christian ideals were abandoned in Belgium, he said: " Every time society has distanced itself from the Gospel, which preached humility, fraternity, and peace, the people have been unhappy, because the pagan civilization of ancient Rome, which they wanted to replace it with, is based only on pride and the abuse of force " ( Commemorative speech for the war dead of the Battle of the Yser, given by Dom Marie-Albert, Abbot of Orval Abbey, Belgium, in 1936 ).
Every civilization starts with certain special abilities, specifically two traits that give them bonuses that help in corresponding areas of gameplay ; they also determine what two technologies the civilization begins the game with.
: Every hope of the existence of church and state, and of civilization itself, hangs upon our arduous effort to defeat the doctrine of Negro suffrage-Robert Dabney, a prominent 19th century Southern Presbyterian pastor

Every and is
Every legislator from Brasstown Bald to Folkston is going to have his every vote subjected to the closest scrutiny as a test of his political allegiances, not his convictions.
Every detail in his interpretation has been beautifully thought out, and of these I would especially cite the delicious laendler touch the pianist brings to the fifth variation ( an obvious indication that he is playing with Viennese musicians ), and the gossamer shading throughout.
Every taxpayer is well aware of the vast size of our annual defense budget and most of our readers also realize that a large portion of these expenditures go for military electronics.
Every single problem touched on thus far is related to good marketing planning.
Every few days, in the early morning, as the work progressed, twenty men would appear to push it ahead and to shift the plank foundation that distributed its weight widely on the Rotunda pavement, supported as it is by ancient brick vaulting.
Every dream, and this is true of a mental image of any type even though it may be readily interpreted into its equivalent of wakeful thought, is a psychic phenomenon for which no explanation is available.
Every man in every one of these houses is a Night Rider.
Every library borrower, or at least those whose taste goes beyond the five-cent fiction rentals, knows what it is to hear the librarian say apologetically, `` I'm sorry, but we don't have that book.
Every community, if it is alive has a spirit, and that spirit is the center of its unity and identity.
The restricted principle " Every partially ordered set has a maximal totally ordered subset " is also equivalent to AC over ZF.
** Every infinite game in which is a Borel subset of Baire space is determined.
Every natural-born citizen of a foreign state who is also an American citizen and every natural-born American citizen who is a citizen of a foreign land owes a double allegiance, one to the United States, and one to his homeland ( in the event of an immigrant becoming a citizen of the US ), or to his adopted land ( in the event of an emigrant natural born citizen of the US becoming a citizen of another nation ).
Every line of written text is a mere reflection of references from any of a multitude of traditions, or, as Barthes puts it, " the text is a tissue of quotations drawn from the innumerable centres of culture "; it is never original.
Every root of a polynomial equation whose coefficients are algebraic numbers is again algebraic.
* Every rectangle R is in M. If the rectangle has length h and breadth k then a ( R ) =
Every year, on the last Sunday in April, there is an ice fishing competition in the frozen estuarine waters of the Anadyr River's mouth.
Every lattice element of the structure is in its proper place, whether it is a single atom or a molecular grouping.

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