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From Thespis ' name derives the word thespian.
From this criticism to psychologism, the distinction between psychological acts and their intentional objects, and the difference between the normative side of logic and the theoretical side, derives from a platonist conception of logic.
Many new words can be derived simply by changing these suffixes, just as-ly derives adverbs from adjectives in English: From vidi ( to see ), we get vida ( visual ), vide ( visually ), and vido ( sight ).
From this derives the Rent-gap Theory describing the disparity between " the actual capitalized ground rent ( land price ) of a plot of land given its present use, and the potential ground rent that might be gleaned under a ' higher and better ' use ".
From its main ingredient ginger tea derives a flavor that is spicy and stimulating.
From George Perkins Marsh a very different book, Man and Nature, later subtitled " The Earth as Modified by Human Action ", catalogued his observations of man exhausting and altering the land from which his sustenance derives.
From these postulates, it derives a body of practices, which are commonly: an active industrial policy to subsidize and orchestrate production of strategic substitutes, protective barriers to trade ( such as tariffs ), an overvalued currency to help manufacturers import capital goods ( heavy machinery ), and discouragement of foreign direct investment.
From this ancient custom derives the French word baccalauréat ( from the Latin bacca, a berry, and laureus, of the bay laurel ), and, by modification, the term " bachelor " in referring to one who holds a university degree.
From this derives the name borne by the county ( xian ) since the late 6th century BC — Guancheng ( City of the Guan ).
From this form the present name of the city derives.
From the underlying idea of partially specified results as representing incomplete knowledge, one derives another desirable property: the existence of a least element.
From there, it derives its other meanings, and can also refer to:
From the third root principle, the belief in divine justice, he derives one secondary radical: the belief in bodily resurrection.
From the negative connotations of such rule, mainly in the Orient, derives its generalized use for the head of any totalitarian and / or abusive regime, as a synonym for despot, dictator, or tyrant ( all three in the modern, derogatory sense, contrary to a rather lofty historical origin ), also at a sub-state level, or even a big boss in private life.
From this derives the right to a society which makes life more truly human: religious liberty, decent work, housing, health care, freedom of speech, education, and the right to raise and provide for a family "( section 37 ). Having the right to life must mean that everyone else has a responsibility towards me.
From him derives the town's name, which means " Bodo's Eyot ".
The lemma derives from considering the Taylor expansion of f around r. From, we see that s has to be of the form s
From 1928 to 1943, the tower was the seat of the editorship and publishing house of the Stuttgarter Neues Tagblatt, a local newspaper ; the building derives its name from this original tenant.
From this, it derives its name.
* From this sense of cohors derives the Italian corte '( a princely etc.
From these equations, inverse dynamics derives the torque ( moment ) level at each joint based on the movement of the attached limb or limbs affected by the joint.
From Anirud-dha derives Brahma, who then creates the physical universe.
From Vasudeva on down, each of the phases or forms of the godhead derives from the previous form.

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From this action sprang the idea of somehow uniting Greek and Shakespearean drama into a new total form, capable of restoring to life the ancient moral and poetic responses.
From the late 1980s, Andersson had worked on an idea for an epic Swedish language musical based on his affection for traditional folk music, and in October 1995, Kristina från Duvemåla premiered in Sweden.
From this idea the dual inheritance theory is based, and in this theory biology and the arts work together to explain the growth of human behavior.
From this concept later resulted the romantic idea of a music of the spheres.
From this simple idea Daihachi Oguchi put together various Taiko of all different shapes, sizes, and pitches to be included in his ensemble.
From his first composition to his last, he rejected the idea of musical development, in the strict definition of this term: the intertwining of different themes in a development section of a sonata form.
From 1973 to 1974, Cerf's networking research group at Stanford worked out details of the idea, resulting in the first TCP specification.
From the latter half of 1937, Ribbentrop had championed the idea of an alliance between Germany, Italy, and Japan that would partition the British Empire between them.
From the time of writing Structure of Behavior and Phenomenology of Perception, Merleau-Ponty wanted to show, in opposition to the idea that drove the tradition beginning with John Locke, that perception was not the causal product of atomic sensations.
From Germany the idea spread to the UK, Canada, the United States and beyond where a network of clubs developed.
Science fiction writer Jack Jardine ( writing as Larry Maddock ) originally came up with an idea for a " Man From U. N. C. L. E.
From here the idea of integrating all components on a single silicon wafer came into existence and which led to development in small-scale integration ( SSI ) in the early 1960s, medium-scale integration ( MSI ) in the late 1960s, and large-scale integration ( LSI ) and VLSI in the 1970s and 1980s with tens of thousands of transistors on a single chip ( later hundreds of thousands, then millions, and now billions )
From this emerged the idea that light is an electromagnetic wave.
From Thakur Saheb, he first got the idea of going to the West to preach Vedanta.
From this project came the idea that it was possible to make a very small and very fast core, which could then be used to implement the microcode for any machine.
From this came the idea of McClure's marriage to Selma Bouvier, as she was " always marrying people ".
From 1938, Fukuoka began to practise and experiment with new techniques on organic citrus orchards and used the observations gained to develop the idea of " Natural Farming ".
Right ( From top to bottom ): " Good " idea, Ideas, Mathematical objects, Light, Creatures and Objects, Image, Metaphor of the sun and the Analogy of the divided line.
From this suggestion came the idea of using all sorts of clips from films throughout the entire feature.
From time to time we would put on public exhibitions in order to advance the idea of scout activities and in this way the scouting movement grew in our city so that in a short time other troups in several churches were formed.
" From Milton's writings developed the concept of the open marketplace of ideas, the idea that when people argue against each other, the good arguments will prevail.
From the 1940s to the 1960s the state played a large role in promoting industrialization in developing countries, following the idea of modernization theory.
The idea behind the star operator is a * = 1 + a + aa + aaa + ... From the standpoint of programming language theory, one may also interpret + as " choice ", · as " sequencing " and * as " iteration ".
From 1976 to 1985, General Mills went to court as the parent company of Parker Brothers, which held the rights on the brand name and gaming idea of the board game Monopoly, claiming that the so called Anti-Monopoly game of an economics professor infringed their trademark.

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