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From and point
One, a reservation on the point I have just made, is the phenomenon of pseudo-thinking, pseudo-feeling, and pseudo-willing, which Fromm discussed in The Escape From Freedom.
From the point of view of popularity the best-known member of the Commission was Walter Camp, the Yale athlete whose sobriquet was `` the father of American football ''.
From this point of view the `` militant mobs '' of the past, stirred into action by one ideology or another, were all composed of `` intellectuals '' -- and this is not the level on which the essence of mankind can be discovered.
From the moment of the occupation Lublin became a focal point.
From this point, I paint in as direct a manner as possible, by flowing on the washes with as pure a color mixture as I can manage.
From the manufacturer's point of view, the increasing cost of advertising and promotion is a very real problem to be faced in the sixties.
From the point of view of the applicants, less time was wasted in being evaluated -- and they got a meal out of it as well as some insights into their performances.
From the point of view of syntactic analysis the head word in the statement is the predicator has broken, and from the point of view of meaning it would seem that the trouble centers in the breaking ; ;
From the point of view of word formation real might be expected to have two syllables.
From the rather tortuous history of electoral planning in Morocco an important point emerges concerning the first elections in a developing country and evaluating their results.
From that point on he said he went to the post office and then walked leisurely to where his niece was staying, more than a mile away.
From the lioness' point of view, this strange creature on the back of another creature, lashing out with its long thin paw, very likely appeared as something she could not at first cope with.
From an economic point of view, the order Asparagales is second in importance within the monocots to the order Poales ( which includes grasses and cereals ).
From this point on he establishes himself as a psychological detective who proceeds not by a painstaking examination of the crime scene, but by enquiring either into the nature of the victim or the psychology of the murderer.
From this point, his mother and stepfather took a more active role in raising him.
From an artistic point of view, he was most successful in portrait-statues and groups of children, where he was obliged to follow nature most closely.
From the most northerly point, Ras ben Sakka in Tunisia, in 37 ° 21 ′ N, to the most southerly point, Cape Agulhas in South Africa, 34 ° 51 ′ 15 ″ S, is a distance approximately of ; from Cape Verde, 17 ° 33 ′ 22 ″ W, the westernmost point, to Ras Hafun in Somalia, 51 ° 27 ′ 52 ″ E, the most easterly projection, is a distance ( also approximately ) of.
From a strictly aerodynamic point of view, the term should refer only to those side-effects arising as a result of the changes in airflow from an incompressible fluid ( similar in effect to water ) to a compressible fluid ( acting as a gas ) as the speed of sound is approached.
From that point on, the show was a success.
From a political point of view, there is a trade-off between Bulgaria's economic growth and the stability required for early accession to the monetary union.
From a philosophical point of view, what makes the brain special in comparison to other organs is that it forms the physical structure that generates the mind.
From south to north, Broadway at one point or another runs over or under the IRT Lexington Avenue Line, the BMT Broadway Line, the IRT Broadway – Seventh Avenue Line, and the IND Eighth Avenue Line:

From and view
File: View From the Ponte Vecchio of the River Arno. jpg | The view of the Arno from the Ponte Vecchio
From a strategic point of view, the Athenians had some disadvantages at Marathon.
From a bibliographical point of view some of the early printed Breviaries are among the rarest of literary curiosities, being merely local.
From the local point of view time stops at the horizon, whereas from the global point of view time extends beyond it, and surfaces of constant time cross the horizon.
From the peak's platform the panoramic view includes downtown Rio, Sugarloaf Mountain, the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas ( lake ), Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, Estádio do Maracanã ( Maracanã Stadium ), and several of Rio's favelas.
From an architectural point of view, this arrangement could provide better floor area utilisation, offering an internal column-free office area with a clear depth of 9 to 13. 4 metres and an overall usable floor area efficiency of 81 %.
From a geometrical point of view, looking at the states of each variable of the system to be controlled, every " bad " state of these variables must be controllable and observable to ensure a good behaviour in the closed-loop system.
From the view of the citizens, these vicars were cruel and petty.
From a linguistic point of view, Bokmål and Danish are the same language.
From the point of view of differential topology, the donut and the coffee cup are the same ( in a sense ).

From and law
From 1662 the Colony of Virginia, followed by others, incorporated into law that the children took their mother's status, by the principle of partus sequitur ventrem ; all children born to enslaved mothers were born into slavery, regardless of their father's status or ancestry.
From these hypotheses, it is also possible to prove that there is only one God in each world by Leibniz's law, the identity of indiscernibles: two or more objects are identical ( are one and the same ) if they have all their properties in common, and so, there would only be one object in each world that possesses property G. Gödel did not attempt to do so however, as he purposely limited his proof to the issue of existence, rather than uniqueness.
From the previous passages, it is argued that in the beginning, Paul and Barnabas were getting along with each other ; but that at the end, they started to depart in their beliefs to give to the importance of the Jewish law.
From the age of seventeen he spent three years in Paris studying law.
** Eddy currents: From Faraday's law of induction, the changing magnetic field can induce circulating loops of electric current in the conductive metal core.
From the 1950s to 1970s, he wrote a comprehensive guide to Jewish law that was used to teach halakha at the JTSA.
From 1963 to 1971 Reno worked as a lawyer for two Miami law firms.
From the law of excluded middle, formula ✸ 2. 1 in Principia Mathematica, Whitehead and Russell derive some of the most powerful tools in the logician's argumentation toolkit.
From 12th to 14th century, large numbers of Germans and Flemings settled the area ( Ostsiedlung ), importing German law and improved agricultural techniques.
From June 26 until December 22, 2006, two children, Ammar ( 12-13 ) and Sara ( 10-11 ), lived in the Dutch embassy in Damascus because of a child custody dispute between the Dutch mother, supported by Dutch law and the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, and the Syrian father, supported by Syrian law ( Syria is no participant of this convention ).
From 1832 to 1833 he studied law at the University of Göttingen where he was a member of the Corps Hannovera before enrolling at the University of Berlin ( 1833 – 35 ).
From this has evolved the modern conception of property as a right enforced by positive law, in the expectation that this will produce more wealth and better standards of living.
From 1904 until 1916, he assisted Cardinal Pietro Gasparri in his codification of canon law with the Department of Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs.
From this commanding position, the Prime Minister directs the law-making process, enacting into law his party ’ s programme.
From 1846 onwards the establishments in the United Kingdom were gradually reduced, while the last vestige of the British quarantine law was removed by the Public Health Act 1896, which repealed the Quarantine Act 1825 ( with dependent clauses of other acts ), and transferred from the privy council to the Local Government Board the powers to deal with ships arriving infected with yellow fever or plague, the powers to deal with cholera ships having been already transferred by the Public Health Act 1875.
From Marconi's experiments, the phenomenon that transmission range is proportional to the square of antenna height is known as " Marconi's law ".
From 1977 to 1981, during the Carter Administration, Giuliani practiced law at the Patterson, Belknap, Webb and Tyler law firm, as chief of staff to his previous DC boss, Ace Tyler.
From Newton's second law, the acceleration,, of a vehicle is simply:
From the 17th century Roman law, in Germany, had been heavily influenced by domestic ( common ) law, and it was called usus modernus Pandectarum.
From the 9th century, the power to interpret and refine law in traditional Islamic societies was in the hands of the scholars ( ulema ).
From the beginning, Christian theological learning was therefore a central component in these institutions, as was the study of Church or Canon law ): universities played an important role in training people for ecclesiastical offices, in helping the church pursue the clarification and defence of its teaching, and in supporting the legal rights of the church over against secular rulers.

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