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" Every sensation ," says William James, " presents itself as an indivisible unit ; and it is quite impossible to read any clear meaning into the notion that they are masses of units combined.
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Every study has found that instead of people's MBTI scores clustering around two opposite poles, such as intuition vs. sensation, with few people scoring in the middle, people's scores actually cluster around the middle of each scale in a bell curve.
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She returned to No. 1 on the same charts in November 2004 with " Everyman ... Everywoman ...," a reworking of her song " Every Man Has a Woman Who Loves Him ", in January 2008, with " No No No ," and in August 2008, with " Give Peace a Chance.
Every three months, it publishes a " Technology Quarterly ," a special section focusing on recent trends and developments in science and technology.
Every summer, the cities of Hancock and neighboring Houghton host a festival known as " Bridgefest ," to commemorate the building of the Portage Lake Lift Bridge.
On November 7, 2006 he also produced Lumines II for PSP, the sequel to the popular original ( this time supplementing the original score with a heavy integration of music videos ), and a shooter / puzzle hybrid game called Every Extend Extra ( a heavily-modified ' synesthesia ' update to an existing PC freeware title, Every Extend ," by indie developer " Omega "), which was released on August 7, 2006.
In 1928 he again ran for governor, campaigning with the slogan, " Every man a king, but no one wears a crown ," a phrase adopted from Democratic presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan.
The William Huston store, opened in 1830, was the forerunner of a business center that later included the famous Broughton Wagon Shop, the Van Every Mills, now " Ye Olde Cider Mill ," several taverns, two distilleries, and two churches.
Every August, 10 days are devoted to " Bill Johnston's Pirate Days ", a town-wide festival that features professional performers acting out pirate battles and a " siege " of the town by none-other than the " Pirate of the Thousand Islands ," Bill Johnston ( pirate ), whom the festival is named after.
" Every part of his body has been replaced, with the exception of " all the diodes down left side ," which have been giving him severe pain for the whole of his existence.
The record contained five new studio songs: " Power to the People " which features a music video, " Can't Bring Me Down ," " The Last Song ", " Strange ," and " I Hate Every Bone In Your Body But Mine ," the latter with DeVille on lead vocals for the first time.
This ambiguity was also apparent on " Kingfish " and " Every Man a King ," the former a paean to Huey Long ( the assassinated former Governor and United States Senator from Louisiana ), the other a campaign song written by Long himself.
Every year there is a " BBQ Band ," which, in exchange for the privilege of playing on the tour, must prepare food for the bands and crew for the barbecue which is held most evenings.
Jeffrey P. Dennis, author of the journal article " The Same Thing We Do Every Night: Signifying Same-Sex Desire in Television Cartoons ," argued that SpongeBob and Sandy are not romantically in love, while adding that he believed that SpongeBob and Patrick " are paired with arguably erotic intensity.
Every year, more than 200, 000 individuals see their physicians concerning chemosensory problems, and many more taste disturbances are never reported .< ref name = NIDOCD > National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, " Taste Disorders ," 25 June 2008, 23 Oct. 2009 < http :// www. nidcd. nih. gov / health / smelltaste / taste. asp ></ ref > Due to the large number of persons affected by taste disorders, basic and clinical research are receiving support at different institutions and chemosensory research centers across the country.
During his career as writer and while living in the mountains, Muir continued to experience the " presence of the divine in nature ," writes Holmes From Travels in Alaska: " Every particle of rock or water or air has God by its side leading it the way it should go ; The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness ; In God's wildness is the hope of the world.
Every hour in one's life is directed by " The Table ," a precursor to Nineteen Eighty-Four's telescreen.
* Ziegfeld Follies of 1920-revue-composer for " Green River ," composer and lyricist for " Every Blossom I See Reminds Me of You " and " I Found a Baby on My Door Step "
" The album also featured the song " Every Time He Comes Around ," with Deniece Williams singing the background vocals.
The flag was created in 1920 by the members of the UNIA in response to the enormously popular 1900 coon song " Every Race Has a Flag but the Coon ," which has been cited as one of the three coon songs that " firmly established the term coon in the American vocabulary ".
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Every five minutes a psycho with a machine gun says, ' Let's kill ' em now ,' and someone else says, ' No, let's wait a while.
However, the three propositions have different domains: the first proposition says something about " Every object ", while the second says something about " Every raven ".
McCann says: " TW3 ... did its research, thought its arguments through and seemed unafraid of anything or anyone ... Every hypocrisy was highlighted and each contradiction was held up for sardonic inspection.
Every H * is very special in structure: it is pure-injective ( also called algebraically compact ), which says more or less that solving equations in H * is relatively straightforward.
In the trilogy's fourth book So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish, Marvin the Paranoid Android says of himself: " Every part of me has been replaced at least fifty times ...".
The deputy director of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools ( NCACS ), Steven D. Crow, says " Every move the university's made has been monitored " and MIU's library, faculty, academic mission and classroom space have been deemed appropriate.
Every Riemann surface is the quotient of a free, proper and holomorphic action of a discrete group on its universal covering and this universal covering is holomorphically isomorphic ( one also says: " conformally equivalent ") to one of the following:
When Quiz Show was released, Stempel embraced the renewed public interest in him, giving interviews on radio and television ( notably appearing on Late Night with Conan O ' Brien, taped in the same NBC studio Twenty One once occupied ), as well as lecturing at some colleges about the quiz scandals. Every time ' Quiz Show ' is shown on television, invariably the phone rings and some character at the other end says, ' What picture won the Academy Award in 1955?
" Independent on Sunday says " Every bored schoolboys fantasy, only a thousand times funnier, slicker and more exciting ... genius .." and Financial Times reporting " Addictive pacey novels ".
Every benefit received by man, says Bahya, will evoke his thankfulness in the same measure as it is prompted by intentions of doing good, though a portion of self-love be mingled with it, as is the case with what the parent does for his child, which is but part of himself, and upon which his hope for the future is built ; still more so with what the master does for his slave, who is his property.
" “ Every reasonable person believes in animal rights ,” he says, continuing that " we might conclude that certain practices cannot be defended and should not be allowed to continue, if, in practice, mere regulation will inevitably be insufficient — and if, in practice, mere regulation will ensure that the level of animal suffering will remain very high.
Every other designer looks and says, ‘ How do they live the way they do ?’ I don ’ t think they made the money that Valentino and Giancarlo did, because Giancarlo knows how to make money.
Alston rejects traditional anarchist dogma and says " Every time I hear someone talk about my people as if we are just some ' working class ' or ' proletariat ' I want to get as far away from that person or group as possible, anarchist, Marxist, whatever " ( Beyond Nationalism, but Not Without It ).
Low overhead and no video or promotional cost partnered with very little distribution costs allow for hearty royalties " Every six months I send those guys royalty checks ," Werckman says.
Another recurring character is the " nerd " ( whose name was mentioned as Gary in an early episode but was later revealed to be Arthur Kensington Jr .), a dorky middle school kid with broken glasses and a plaid shirt who talks with a lisp, spitting when he says the letter S. Every season finale to date has ended with Mike Lazzo, the head of Adult Swim, saying that " Robot Chicken is canceled ", although thus far it has still returned for an additional season following each joke proclamation.
Every guest was required to give a personal opinion or to read some excerpts from their latest work ; on the morning of the gathering, says the Abbé de La Rivière, " the guests prepared wit for the afternoon.
The " Bishops ' Chronicle ", written by Adam of Bremen in the years 1072-76, says, " The Swedes have a well-known heathen temple called Upsala ", and " Every ninth year, moreover, a great feast is celebrated at Upsala, which is observed in common by all the provinces of Sweden.