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:" I adopted the term " hypnotism " to prevent my being confounded with those who entertain those extreme notions that a mesmeriser's will has an " irresistible power … over his subjects " and that clairvoyance and other " higher phenomena " are routinely manifested by those in the mesmeric state, as well as to get rid of the erroneous theory about a magnetic fluid, or exoteric influence of any description being the cause of the sleep.
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:" On this account I have not the power, nor do I dare, to approve the objects of your mission until I can consult our gods by the casting of lots and until I can enquire the will of the people in regard to this matter.
:" And I will establish My covenant between Me and you and your descendants after you in their generations, for an everlasting covenant, to be God to you and your descendants after you.
:" You only have I singled out of all the families of the earth: therefore will I visit upon you all your iniquities.
:" If I had stated ... the possibility of the introduction or origination of fresh species being a natural, in contradistinction to a miraculous process, I should have raised a host of prejudices against me, which are unfortunately opposed at every step to any philosopher who attempts to address the public on these mysterious subjects ".
:" I am fearfully disappointed at Lyell's excessive caution " and " The book is a mere ' digest ' ".
:" I believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the Giver of Life, who proceeds from the Father, who with the Father through the Son is worshiped and glorified who spoke by the Prophets and in One, Holy, Universal, and Apostolic church.
:" Also in another volume from the times of Pope John XV, Dagome, lord, and Ote, lady, and their sons Misico and Lambert ( I do not know of which nation those people are, but I think they are Sardinians, for those are ruled by four judges ) were supposed to give to Saint Peter one state in whole which is called Schinesghe, with all its lands in borders which run along the long sea, along Prussia to the place called Rus, thence to Kraków and from said Kraków to the River Oder, straight to a place called Alemure, and from said Alemure to the land of Milczanie, and from the borders of that people to the Oder and from that, going along the River Oder, ending at the earlier mentioned city of Schinesghe.
:" When you deprogram people, you force them to think ... But I keep them off balance and this forces them to begin questioning, to open their minds.
:" Having noticed by the marks ( on his body ) that Arulmozhi was the very Vishnu " in reference to the Emperor Raja Raja Chola I.
:" I remember very vividly the first month, January, 1939, that I started working at the Pupin Laboratories because things began happening very fast.
" Van Tassel later described the historic play to the United Press :" I was the right halfback, and on this formation played one yard back of our right tackle.
:" and adopted
Evans said :" To this early civilization of Crete as a whole I have proposed — and the suggestion has been generally adopted by the archaeologists of this and other countries — to apply the name ' Minoan.
:" That system which represents the produce of land as the sole source of the revenue and wealth of every country has, so far as by that time, never been adopted by any nation, and it at present exists only in the speculations of a few men of great learning and ingenuity in France.
:" In view of the fact that the Ku Klux Klan has adopted the weapon of mass action, it was our desire to organize a society which shall develop harmony and good feeling between different classes, rather than enmity ," Mr. Dunne said today.
:" The system of government which the British people have adopted in London appeareth to be good, for it is adorned with the light of both kingship and of the consultation of the people.
:" and term
The " cow " derivation depends most immediately on the Old Irish legal term for " outsider :" amboue, from proto-Celtic * ambouios, " not a cattle owner.
:" Since a precise mathematical definition of the term effectively calculable ( effectively decidable ) has been wanting, we can take this thesis ... as a definition of it ..."
:" The severity of mutilations for some of these individuals can be astounding – including long term survivors with completely severed tails, major tail mutilations, and multiple disfiguring dorsal lacerations.
A Spanish scholar, Alfonso Moure, says in this regard :" In the terminology of prehistoric archeology, the most widespread trend is to use the term ' Epipaleolithic ' for the industrial complexes of post-glacial hunter-gatherer groups.
They opened trading posts and engaged in the " trade :" – a term which, under the Ancien Régime, means any type of trade ( wheat, pepper ivory …), and not necessarily, or only the slave trade, although this " infamous traffic ", as it was called at the end of the 18th century, was indeed at the heart of a new economic order, controlled by powerful companies in privilege.
:" In modern scholarship, the term is often used with reference to kami worship and related theologies, rituals and practices.
The term ' John Doe Injunction ' ( or John Doe Order ) is used in the UK to describe an injunction sought against someone whose identity is not known at the time it is issued :" 8. 02 If an unknown person has possession of the confidential personal information and is threatening to disclose it, a ' John Doe ' injunction may be sought against that person.
:" Any person who, on or in connection with any goods or services, or any container for goods, uses in commerce any word, term, name, symbol, or device, or any combination thereof, or any false designation of origin, false or misleading description of fact, or false or misleading representation of fact, which
:" Emperor " is the normal translation of 皇帝 ( huangdi ), a Chinese term that is not to be confused with the homophonic 黄帝, which refers to the Yellow Emperor.
:" The week of the Hong Kong tournament allows 24 Rugby-playing nations to intermingle for several days, and the huge cross-fertilisation of ideas can only be beneficial in the long term for the emerging nations.
In 1995, Georgi Tabunshik was elected to serve as the Governor ( Romanian: Guvernator, Gagauz: Bashkan ) of Gagauzia for a four-year term, as were the deputies of the local parliament, " The People's Assembly "( Gagauz :" Halk Toplushu "), with Petr Pashali as chairman.
One passes through the veil of the exterior world ( which, as in Yoga, but in another sense, becomes " unreal " by comparison as one passes beyond ) one creates a subtle body ( instrument is a better term ) called the body of Light ; this one develops and controls ; it gains new powers as one progresses, usually by means of what is called " initiation :" finally, one carries on almost one's whole life in this Body of Light, and achieves in its own way the mastery of the Universe.
:" There are concerns about the procedure's safety in the long term and current evidence does not appear adequate to support its use within the NHS without special arrangements for consent and for audit or research.
:" a derogatory term applied to a practice, working rule, or agreement provision which limits output or requires employment of excess workers and thereby creates or preserves soft or unnecessary jobs ; or to a charge or fee levied by a union upon a company for services which are not performed or not to be performed.
:" dependability ( is ) the collective term used to describe the availability performance and its influencing factors: reliability performance, maintainability performance and maintenance support performance "