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the bringing together around it of the secret liaison between indolent, mindless sensuality and sharp, shrewd talent, cleverness with an occasional touch of genius ( which, however, does not know `` how to attack the problem of suffering '' ) ; ;
That, however, may also bring the police, if the thinking does not meet with social approval.
On arrival at headquarters he had, however -- in King Stanislas' words to Glayre -- `` found such favor with Pe Potemkin that he made him his aide-de-camp and up to now does not want him to go join Paul Jones.
This negative explanation of courtesy on the freeways, however, does an injustice to Southern California drivers.
Written evidence that the claimant and any such attorney have agreed to the amount of the attorney's fees shall be conclusive upon the Commission: Provided, however, That the total amount of the fees so agreed upon does not exceed 10 per centum of the total amount paid pursuant to the award.
The pulmonary vein, however, without the limiting supportive tissue septa as in type 1,, follows a more direct path to the hilum and does not maintain this close relationship ( figs. 8, 22 ).
Omission of a subordinator pronoun, however, does not result in an increase in stress on a prepositional adverb for which the subordinator pronoun would be object.
This explanation of tone difficulties, however, does not apply in all languages.
Notice, however, that the passage of time does not permit the raising of prices per se, without an accompanying wage increase.
Recent research on Irenaeus, however, makes it evident that he does not consistently maintain this distinction.
It does, however, indicate the artist's intention of depicting motion.
It is, however, generally agreed that the use of mouthwash does not eliminate the need for both brushing and flossing.
In constructive set theory, however, Diaconescu's theorem shows that the axiom of choice implies the law of the excluded middle ( unlike in Martin-Löf type theory, where it does not ).
In the strict sense, however, agnosticism is the view that humanity does not currently possess the requisite knowledge and / or reason to provide sufficient rational grounds to justify the belief that deities either do or do not exist.
It does, however, also have a notable cationic chemistry that distinguishes it from the lighter halogens.
Othon, however, does not escape death from the disease.
David D. Friedman says he is not an absolutist rights theorist but is also " not a utilitarian ", however, he does believe that " utilitarian arguments are usually the best way to defend libertarian views ".
Hell, however, does not fit modern, humanitarian concepts of punishment because it cannot deter the unbeliever nor rehabilitate the damned, this however, does not affect the Christian belief which places Biblical teaching above the ideas of society.
For the last few years, however, no permits have been issued for collecting abalone ( perlemoen ), but commercial harvesting still continues as does illegal collection by syndicates.
She does not receive a mitre nor is given a crosier as part of the ceremony ; however, by ancient tradition, she may carry a crosier when leading her community.
He does not say ; however, the Germanic names of the characters, such as Njord, Frey and Vanlandi, indicate he had the Vandals in mind.
In some versions, however, Theseus marries Hippolyta and in others, he marries Antiope and she does not die ; by this marriage with the Amazon Theseus had a son Hippolytus.

does and exercise
This does not mean that the episcopate, in the sense of the holder of the order or office of bishop, must have developed only later, or have been plural, because in each church the college or presbyter-overseers ( also called " presbyter-bishops ") did not exercise an independent supreme power ; it was subject to the Apostles or to their delegates.
Cycling while seated is a relatively non-weight bearing exercise that, like swimming, does little to promote bone density.
This part of the censors ' office invested them with a peculiar kind of jurisdiction, which in many respects resembled the exercise of public opinion in modern times ; for there are innumerable actions which, though acknowledged by every one to be prejudicial and immoral, still do not come within the reach of the positive laws of a country ; as often said, " immorality does not equal illegality ".
The Chief of Naval Operations is an administrative position based in the Pentagon, and while the CNO does not have operational command authority over Naval forces as the title implies ( that is nowadays within the purview of the Combatant Commanders who report to the Secretary of Defense ), the CNO does exercise supervision of Navy organizations as the designee of the Secretary of the Navy.
However it does not exercise legal revision, but rather constitutional control of situations where constitutional rights are violated.
* " Unlike states, Puerto Rico does not have a zone of reserved sovereignty that is beyond the reach of Congress in the latter's exercise of its territorial powers.
The presidency is largely a ceremonial office, but the President does exercise certain limited powers with absolute discretion.
The constitution also empowers the Council of State, acting by a majority of its members, to " make such provision as to them may seem meet " for the exercise of the duties of the president in any contingency the constitution does not foresee.
In the United Kingdom, the exercise of personal jurisdiction does not need a statutory basis, since the United Kingdom does not have a written constitution.
In the same way, the King does not have supreme liberty in the exercise of the aforementioned functions ; all of these are framed, limited or exercised " according to the constitution and laws ", or following requests of the executive or authorizations of the legislature.
That does not mean it needs a large house to live in ; however it should have regular access to free exercise in a fenced or otherwise " safe " area.
It is said that Sloughis have a mighty longing for moving and that is not easy to keep them in flats with families ; however, a Sloughi does not need more exercise than other dogs of similar size.
However, the Supreme Court has ruled that Congress does have latitude to delegate regulatory powers to executive agencies as long as it provides an " intelligible principle " which governs the agency's exercise of the delegated regulatory authority.
In practice, such a figure does not actively exercise executive powers, even though executive authority may be exercised in his / her name.
According to Hu Ping, " Falun Gong deals only with purifying the individual through exercise, and does not touch on social or national concerns.
The argument has been proposed that this exercise does not violate nulla poena sine lege, since these acts, even if not prohibited under the law of any country, are in violation of international law, which many legal theorists view as being equally law.
While doing so, he or she does not continue to exercise the role of chair of the Bundesrat.
The Democratic Progressive Party states that Taiwan has never been under the jurisdiction of the PRC, and that the PRC does not exercise any hold over the 23 million Taiwanese on the island.
" In practice, the sovereign very rarely exercises this power ; since the monarch does not normally reside in Barbados, she appoints a governor-general to represent her and any exercise of powers are largely carried out through this representative.
§ 1331 USCS § 1331 is a grant of original jurisdiction, and does not authorize district courts to exercise appellate jurisdiction over state-court judgments, which Congress has reserved to this Court, see § 1257 ( a ).
This does not mean that the episcopate, in the sense of the holder of the order or office of bishop, must have developed only later, or have been plural, because in each church the college or presbyter-overseers ( also called " presbyter-bishops ") did not exercise an independent supreme power ; it was subject to the Apostles or to their delegates.
It is the first known instance of the expression, which contrary to popular belief does not appear in the U. S. Constitution in those words, but is often believed to be present by the combined effect of the establishment and free exercise clauses of the First Amendment.

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