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For the family is the simplest example of just such a unit, composed of people, which gives us both some immunity from, and a way of dealing with, other people.
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For it is the family that, in China, has always provided social security for the indigent, the sick, the down-and-out members of the clan.
For example, child welfare experience abounds with cases in which the parental request for substitute care is precipitated by a crisis event which is meaningfully linked with a fundamental unresolved problem of family relationships.
For most Brooklyn College students, college is at once a perpetuation of their ethnic attachments and a breaking away from the cage of neighborhood and family.
For many of these unwed mothers, the data on their family life and early childhood experiences revealed several indications and sources of their basic mistrust of their parents in particular and of the world in general.
For much of the 19th and early 20th centuries, many linguists who studied Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic regarded them as members of a common Ural – Altaic family, together with Finno-Ugric and Samoyedic, based on such shared features as vowel harmony and agglutination.
For a time he took into his family the young student Antoine-Frédéric Ozanam ( 1813 – 1853 ), one of the founders of the Conference of Charity, later known as the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul.
" For their protection as well, his family were forced to leave Greeneville ; they would not return home for eight years.
For the next five years, Anne spent no more than five or six weeks a year with her family, during holidays at Christmas and in June.
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For example, Spanish moss ( Tillandsia usneoides ) is actually in the Bromeliaceae ( pineapple ) family.
For example, the nature of the business entity may be one that is traded on a public market ( public company ), not traded on a public market ( a private, limited or closely held company ), owned by family members ( a family business ), or exempt from income taxes ( a non-profit, not for profit, or tax-exempt entity ).
For a few years, this group of animals was regarded as a subfamily, called the Callitrichinae, of the family Cebidae.
For example, the bacteriophage PRD1, Paramecium bursaria Chlorella algal virus, and mammalian adenovirus have been placed in the same family.
For many years, cardinal Giovanni di San Paolo ( elevated in 1193 ) was identified as member of the Colonna family and therefore its first representative in the College of Cardinals, but modern scholars have established that this was based on the false information from the beginning of 16th century.
For example, it has been suggested that, in the early 20th century Shanghai, “ Western food, and in particular identifiably nourishing items like milk, became a symbol of a neo-traditional Chinese notion of family .”
For example, in one of the Four Great Classical Novels of China, The Dream of the Red Chamber ( believed to be a semi-autobiographical account of author Cao Xueqin's own family life ), three generations of the Jia family are supported by one favorite concubine of the Emperor.
For example, beetles in the family Coccinellidae (" ladybirds " or " ladybugs ") consume aphids, scale insects, thrips, and other plant-sucking insects that damage crops.
For example, Spanish and French both come from Latin and therefore belong to the same family, the Romance languages.
For example, the Italian and French words for various foods, some family relationships, and body parts are very similar to each other, yet most of those words are completely different in Spanish.
For many years the Dodo and the Rodrigues Solitaire were placed in a family of their own, the Raphidae ( formerly Dididae ), because their exact relationships with other pigeons were unresolved.
For example, familio " family " is, with the stress on the second i, but when the word is used without the final o ( famili ’), the stress remains on the second i:.
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For better or for worse, we all now live in welfare states, the organizing principle of which is collective responsibility for individual well-being.
Even so astute a commentator as Harold Clurman of The Nation has said that `` Waiting For Godot '' is `` the concentrate of the contemporary European mood of despair ''.
Harold Clurman is right to say that `` Waiting For Godot '' is a reflection ( he calls it a distorted reflection ) `` of the impasse and disarray of Europe's present politics, ethic, and common way of life ''.
For the beatnik, like the hipster, is in opposition to a society that is based on the repression of the sex instinct.
For the present it is enough to note that in the grotesque figure of Jacoby, at the moment of his collapse, all these elements come together in prophetic parody.
For Plato, `` imitation '' is twice removed from reality, being a poor copy of physical appearance, which in itself is a poor copy of ideal essence.
For both Plato and Aristotle artistic mimesis, in contrast to the power of dialectic, is relatively incapable of expressing the character of fundamental reality.
For example, suppose a man wearing a $200 watch, driving a 1959 Rolls Royce, stops to ask a man on the sidewalk, `` What time is it ''??
For the occasion on which everyone already knows everyone else and the host wishes them to meet one or a few honored newcomers, then the `` open house '' system is advantageous because the honored guests are fixed connective points and the drifting guests make and break connections at the door.
For this change is not a change from one positive position to another, but a change from order and truth to disorder and negation.
For paradigmatic history `` breaks '' rather than unfolds precisely when the movement is from order to disorder, and not from one order to a new order.
For what we propose, however, a psychoanalyst is not necessary, even though one aim is to enable the reader to get beneath his own defenses -- his defenses of himself to himself.