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From this belief is derived the practical orientation of our policy on the `` uncommitted '' ( `` neutralist '', `` contested '' ) nations, especially on those whose leaders make the most noise -- Nehru, Tito, Nkrumah, Sukarno, Betancourt, etc..
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From these postulates stems the belief that God periodically reveals his will through divine messengers, whose purpose is to transform the character of humankind and develop, within those who respond, moral and spiritual qualities.
From 1929 to 1933, Raeder was obsessed with the belief that the KPD was seeking to organize a mutiny in the Navy.
From a Muslim standpoint, belief in the Injil ( the original Gospel of Jesus ) is an important part of Islamic theology, although Muslims view the current Gospels as corrupted.
From a pragmatic viewpoint of the kind often ascribed to James, defining on a particular occasion whether a particular belief can rightly be said to be both true and justified is seen as no more than an exercise in pedantry, but being able to discern whether that belief led to fruitful outcomes is a fruitful enterprise.
From 1925 he developed the view of the battle of Armageddon as a universal war waged by God rather than Russell's belief that it was the decline of human society into social, political and religious anarchy.
From this belief, the Mesopotamians deemed the liver of special sheep the means to discover the will of the gods.
From about 1940 to 1970, DES was given to pregnant women in the mistaken belief it would reduce the risk of pregnancy complications and losses.
From this point it is possible to speak in terms of entire groups holding the belief, and only the most prominent individual nineteenth century advocates of the doctrine will be mentioned here.
From Calais, he wrote to Christopher Hatton, defending his integrity, and affirming his belief that the Church of England was the purest and nearest the primitive Church.
From this followed commitments to mutual assistance, to a rough-and-ready sense of equality, to a disdain for elitism, and to a belief that democracy and individual rights did not stop at the plant gate or the office reception room.
" From the point of view of another religion's aherents, claims like this are often seen to be diametrically opposed to their own teaching and belief.
From an artificial intelligence viewpoint, turbo codes can be considered as an instance of loopy belief propagation in Bayesian networks.
He has since become a critic of religious belief, appearing at Freedom From Religion Foundation's annual conventions and stating in its paper Freethought Today, " If, as the true believers claim, the word ' gospel ' means good news, then the good news for me is that there is no gospel, other than what I can define for myself, by observation and conscience.
A placard was set up on the spot, reading De acum înainte, aceasta va fi soarta trădătorilor de ţară (" From now on, this shall be the fate of those who betray the country "), and students from several Bucharest high schools were required to visit the site ( based on the belief that this was going to dissuade them from affiliating with the Guard ).
From north to south, in various part of China, it was belief that during the time of Wei Wu Ti, the lion dance started to spread to people mostly in the northern region of Yang Tze Kiang from the place.
From here Slovakia lost belief they could go back into the match and then fell 2 – 0 behind only to score a late goal from the penalty spot which turned out to be the last kick of the game.
From the very earliest Church, it is clear that the Pater Noster refers to the Eucharist in conjunction with traditional Christian belief ( faith ) that it is the body and blood of Jesus Christ.
From the third root principle, the belief in divine justice, he derives one secondary radical: the belief in bodily resurrection.
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Harris J. Griston, in Shaking The Dust From Shakespeare ( 216 ), writes: `` There is not a word spoken by Shylock which one would expect from a real Jew ''.
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 that time to this my religious concern is that I might give effective help to the bringing in of God's kingdom on earth.
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 necessity, they are also inspired by the `` hard-sell '' attitude of the sponsor, so, finally, it is the sponsor who must take the responsibility for the good or bad taste of his advertising.
From a technical standpoint, the string playing is good, but the Pro Arte people fail to enter into the spirit of things here.
From the records we keep -- Susan is the only Junior who has placed in the Junior Classes in both United States and Canada.
From Gottingen ( 1801 ) where he stayed for 10 days, he wrote, `` The first question asked everywhere is about galvanism.
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 these results, one sees that the study of linear operators on vector spaces over an algebraically closed field is essentially reduced to the study of nilpotent operators.
From the preceding remarks, it is clear that such a bundle is transformed into itself in an involutorial fashion.
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 this presumption it is an easy step to the conclusion that any observed increases in the basic wage rate must be due to union behavior different and more aggressive than assumed in our model.
The details of the setting of `` Neutral Tones '' are not, strictly speaking, metaphorical, but they combine to create a mood which is appropriate both to a dismal winter day and to the end of love, and in this way love and weather, the emotions and the elements, symbolize each other in a way that is common to many of Hardy's best poems ( `` Weathers '', `` The Darkling Thrush '', and `` During Wind and Rain '', for example ) and to some moving passages in the novels as well ( Far From The Madding Crowd is full of scenes constructed in this way ).
From Fig. 6 the relationship between these parameters can readily be derived and the cutting force is Af where **yl is the shear strength of the coating and is a parameter of the coatings material, W is the width of the removed coating and T is its thickness.
From International Airport in Los Angeles to International Airport in Houston, as the great four-jet Boeing 707 flies, is a routine five hours and 25 minutes, including stopovers at Phoenix, El Paso, and San Antonio.
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From the brightness of the F component of the solar corona and the brightness of the zodiacal light, an estimate of the particle sizes, concentrations, and spatial distribution can be derived for regions of space near the ecliptic plane.
From an estimated mass of 25 g for a zero-magnitude meteorite, the other masses are derived with the assumption of a mass decrease by a factor of 2.512 for each unit increase in magnitude.
From the Renaissance, interest revived in the original story, typically as derived from Ovid's account.
From about 1955 he started to work on sheaf theory and homological algebra, producing the influential " Tôhoku paper " ( Sur quelques points d ' algèbre homologique, published in 1957 ) where he introduced Abelian categories and applied their theory to show that sheaf cohomology can be defined as certain derived functors in this context.
AA's name derived from its first book, informally called " The Big Book ", originally titled Alcoholics Anonymous: The Story of How More Than One Hundred Men Have Recovered From Alcoholism
From Acts 18: 24-28 we deduce that Apollos had an ' accurate ' understanding of Jesus most likely derived from the Scriptures.
From the 19th century and much of the late 20th century, " Boadicea " was the most common version of the name, which is probably derived from a mistranscription when a manuscript of Tacitus was copied in the Middle Ages.
From these four, a multitude of equations, relating the thermodynamic properties of the thermodynamic system can be derived using relatively simple mathematics.
From the ANSI Common Lisp standard the Common Lisp HyperSpec has been derived for use with web browsers.
From these hypotheses predictions about specific events are derived ( e. g., " People who study a word list while listening to vocal music will remember fewer words on a later memory test than people who study a word list in silence .").
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 the linearity property it is derived that implies while from the positive-definiteness axiom we obtain the converse, implies
From the 1880s several artists began to develop different precepts for the use of colour, pattern, form, and line, derived from the Impressionist example: Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Georges Seurat, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
From this hypothesis was derived the whole number rule, which was the rule of thumb that atomic masses were whole number multiples of the mass of hydrogen.
From the Cumae alphabet, the Etruscan alphabet was derived and the Romans eventually adopted 21 of the original 26 Etruscan letters:
From certain contexts of the Mishnah and Talmud it can be derived that women should not study Mishnah.
From this term is derived the term sedevacantism, which designates a category of dissident Catholics who maintain that there is no canonically and legitimately elected pope, and that there is therefore a Sede Vacante.
From the theory, Kelly derived a psychotherapy approach and also a technique called The Repertory Grid Interview that helped his patients to uncover their own " constructs " ( defined later ) with minimal intervention or interpretation by the therapist.
From this frequency-dependent susceptibility, the time-dependence of the magnetization for low-fields can be derived:
From the agenda points of the conference Drake derived the Drake equation by multiplying the various factors that were discussed at the conference.