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`` For instance, regarding the fact that the Gross Committee issued two interim announcements to the press during its investigation.
For instance, college-educated people consistently show up in study after study as more often than others supporters of the Bill of Rights and other democratic rights and liberties.
For instance, so-called `` conservative '' organizations, some of them secret, are sprouting in the garden of joining where `` liberal '' organizations once took root.
For instance -- what about all those people Harold Rhodes went toward unhesitatingly, as if this were the one moment they would ever have together, their one chance of knowing each other??
For instance, a site adjoining other publicly owned lands, such as a national forest or a public road, may be desirable, whereas a site next to an industrial plant might not.
( For instance, see Example 2 of Section 5-5, on red cards in hands of 5.
For instance, the following statement was rated low in compulsivity, `` She's naturally quite neat about things, but it doesn't bother her at all if her room gets messy.
For instance, in giving school grades or in making recommendations for the award of a college scholarship, does he consciously or unconsciously favor students of one or another social class??
For instance, there have been two Presidential Commissions on higher education since World War 2.
For instance, the dreamer sees himself seated behind neighbor Smith and, with photographic realism, sees Smith driving the car ; ;
For instance:
`` For instance, Djakarta, Indonesia, has three groups of dancers interested in coming here.
For instance, the Edwin Pauleys Jr., formerly of Chantilly Rd., are now at home on North Arden Dr. in Beverly Hills.
For instance, we cannot know whether even for church members the degree of conformity to Christian standards of morality increased or declined as the proportion of church members in the population rose.
`` For instance, Hesperus agreed to help me find my property, and I agreed to take him to Earth.
For instance, a C-Leg knee alone is not a prosthesis, but only a prosthetic part.
For instance, the word " bank " has several distinct lexical definitions, including " financial institution " and " edge of a river ".
For instance, a local society in the middle of a large city may have regular meetings with speakers, focusing less on observing the night sky if the membership is less able to observe due to factors such as light pollution.
For instance, according to Classical Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic, the Arabic root ( to sacrifice ) can be derived the forms ( he sacrificed ), ( you ( masculine singular ) sacrificed ), ( he slaughtered ), ( he slaughters ), and ( slaughterhouse ).
For instance, we read of Whiting, the last abbot of Glastonbury, judicially murdered by Henry VIII, that his house was a kind of well-ordered court, where as many as 300 sons of noblemen and gentlemen, who had been sent to him for virtuous education, had been brought up, besides others of a lesser rank, whom he fitted for the universities.
For instance, the n
For instance, in 51, Agrippina ordered the execution of Britannicus ’ tutor Sosibius because he had confronted her and was outraged by Claudius ’ adoption of Nero and his choice of Nero as successor, instead of choosing his own son Britannicus.
For instance, antibacterial resistance genes can be exchanged between different bacterial strains or species via plasmids that carry these resistance genes.
For instance, iron changes from a body-centered cubic structure ( ferrite ) to a face-centered cubic structure ( austenite ) above 906 ° C, and tin undergoes a transformation known as tin pest from a metallic phase to a semiconductor phase below 13. 2 ° C.
For instance member nations of the Commonwealth where English is not spoken natively, such as India, often closely follow British English forms, while many American English usages are followed in other countries which have been historically influenced by the United States, such as the Philippines.

For and human
For them only a little more needed to be learned, and then all physical knowledge could be neatly sorted, packaged and put in the inventory to be drawn on for the solution of any human problem.
For a dawning sense of illumination occurs in consequence of two events which, as so often in Malraux, suddenly confront a character with the existential question of the nature and value of human life.
For discouragement, or the temptation to abandon our efforts, `` would show that one placed excessive trust in purely human means without thinking of the omnipotence of God, the irresistible efficacy of prayer, the action of Christ or the power of the Divine Spirit ''.
For specialized types of displays, such as large three-dimensional units reproducing a product, package, human or animal figures, etc., reinforced plastics and rotationally molded vinyl plastisols are other materials frequently used.
For example, Boas studied immigrant children to demonstrate that biological race was not immutable, and that human conduct and behavior resulted from nurture, rather than nature.
For biologists, this includes human beings, although for the general public the term " animal " means only non-human animals.
For Hume, philosophy can be split into two general parts: natural philosophy and the philosophy of human nature ( or, as he calls it, " moral philosophy ").
For Hume, we assume that experience tells us something about the world because of habit or custom, which human nature forces us to take seriously.
For example, limiting the iron availability in the human body restricts bacterial proliferation.
For Immanuel Kant the aesthetic experience of beauty is a judgment of a subjective but similar human truth, since all people should agree that “ this rose is beautiful ” if it in fact is.
For Friedrich Schiller aesthetic appreciation of beauty is the most perfect reconciliation of the sensual and rational parts of human nature.
For example, automated DNA sequencing machines were the basis to complete human genome projects leading to the birth of genomics.
" For Steiner, the human capacity for rational thought would allow individuals to comprehend spiritual research on their own and bypass the danger of dependency on an authority.
Adam also presents idolatry, human sacrifice as religious practice: For all their gods there are appointed priests to offer sacrifices for the people.
For example, one meta-analysis reviewing human brain lesions has shown a left hemisphere bias during tool usage.
For most of human history, pearls were the ultimate precious beads of natural origin because of their rarity, although the pearl-culturing process has now made them far more common.
For a genome as large as the human genome, it may take many days of CPU time on large-memory, multiprocessor computers to assemble the fragments, and the resulting assembly will usually contain numerous gaps that have to be filled in later.
For example, both works are soteriological and possess a high Christology, stressing Jesus ' divine nature as opposed to the human nature stressed by the Synoptic Gospels.
For instance, David Hume famously regarded Space and Time as nothing more than psychological facts about human beings, which would effectively reduce Space and Time to ideas, which are properties of humans ( substances ).
For most of human history, it was a branch of metaphysics and religion.
For instance, in 1976, the New York Times published 66 articles on alleged human rights abuses in Chile and only 4 on Cambodia, where the communist Khmer Rouge killed some 1. 5 million people of 7. 5 million people in the country.
For instance, it seemed to be unrealistic to comprehensively list human knowledge in a form usable by a symbolic computer program.
For clarity it should be stated that SDA understanding of Soul is not that of Calvin, by " soul " SDA theologians mean the physical person ( monism ), and that no component of human nature survives death, therefore each human will be " re_created " at resurrection.
For Smith, mercantilism was the enemy of human liberty.

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