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In the wide range of experiences common to our earth-bound race none is more difficult to manage, more troublesome, and more enduring in its effects than the control of love and hate.
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They are written by specialists in numerous types of business enterprises, cover a wide range of subjects, and are directed to the needs and interests of the small firm.
Large numbers of potential builders have been investigated, but none have been found to be as effective as the polyphosphates over the relatively wide range of conditions met in practice.
At a minimum, recording -- usually on tape, which is now in wide professional use -- brings the psychiatric interview alive so that the full range of emotion and meaning can be explored repeatedly by the therapist or by a battery of therapists.
The wholesale death of cattle as a result of blizzards, and sometimes droughts, over a wide range of territory was called a `` die-up ''.
Under the surface of the wide range of folk movements is apparent a sound technical ballet training, and an equally professional sense of performing.
In evolutionary psychology this may be applied to a wide range of human behaviors such as charity, emergency aid, help to coalition partners, tipping, courtship gifts, production of public goods, and environmentalism.
There exists a wide range of philosophical views on man's obligations or motivations to act altruistically.
Practical applications of alchemy produced a wide range of contributions to medicine and the physical sciences.
Algae exhibit a wide range of reproductive strategies, from simple, asexual cell division to complex forms of sexual reproduction.
Many people with serious visual impairments live independently, using a wide range of tools and techniques.
The effect of angst is achieved by Shostakovich, Mahler and Berg in compositions of wide dynamic range, at times seemingly spinning out of control ( Mahler ), and atonal music using the twelve-tone row method of composition ( Berg, Schoenberg and others ) to create an angst ridden atmosphere of grotesque sound.
Abū ʿAlī al-Ḥusayn ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn Sīnā ( Persian پور سينا Pur-e Sina " son of Sina "; c. 980 – 1037 ), commonly known as Ibn Sīnā or by his Latinized name Avicenna, was a Persian polymath, who wrote almost 450 treatises on a wide range of subjects, of which around 240 have survived.
MCC ’ s wish for it to be seen by as wide a range of cricket enthusiasts as possible has led to its being mistaken for an official trophy.
His report of life there covers a wide range of topics, such as marriage in heaven ( where all angels are married ), children in heaven ( where they are raised by angel parents ), time and space in heaven ( there are none ), the after-death awakening process in the World of Spirits ( a place halfway between Heaven and Hell and where people first wake up after death ), the allowance of a free will choice between Heaven or Hell ( as opposed to being sent to either one by God ), the eternity of Hell ( one could leave but would never want to ), and that all angels or devils were once people on earth.
A wide range of Pseudo-Albertine works dealing with alchemy exist, though, showing the belief developed in the generations following Albert's death that he had mastered alchemy, one of the fundamental sciences of the Middle Ages.
The hybrids were crossed back onto the original Amaryllis belladonna and with each other to produce naturally seed bearing crosses that come in a very wide range of flower sizes, shapes, stem heights and intensities of pink.
Purified penicillin displayed potent antibacterial activity against a wide range of bacteria and had low toxicity in humans.
" Narrow-spectrum " antibacterial antibiotics target specific types of bacteria, such as Gram-negative or Gram-positive bacteria, whereas broad-spectrum antibiotics affect a wide range of bacteria.
Following screening of antibacterials against a wide range of bacteria, production of the active compounds is carried out using fermentation, usually in strongly aerobic conditions.
The Australian-born children in the new colony were exposed to a wide range of different dialects from all over Britain and Ireland, in particular from Ireland and South East England.
Although early Commodore advertisements attempted to cast the computer as an all-purpose business machine, the Amiga was most commercially successful as a home computer, with a wide range of games and creative software.
wide and experiences
The Superior Edge encompasses a wide range of in-and out-of-classroom experiences that will provide Northern Michigan University students with a distinct advantage by better preparing them for careers, lifelong learning, graduate school, and life as engaged citizens.
The term " appearance " has been used in different apparitions within a wide range of contexts and experiences.
The Historic Downtown Murfreesboro district also offers a wide variety of shopping and dining experiences that encircle the pre-Civil War Courthouse.
The city experiences four distinct seasons, with variation in precipitation and temperature being very wide.
Fremantle offers a wide variety of dining experiences, with a strong emphasis on Italian and Asian cuisine as well as seafood.
He described how his father and his extended family and friends always tried to expose the children to a " multiplicity of impacts " and a wide range of contacts and experiences with the intention of producing a well-rounded person.
Beppu offers a wide range of cultural experiences, from an annual international music festival, to the unabashed Hihokan Sex Museum, which nevertheless must follow the law and suspend a glass plate above ancient art with frosted areas censoring the overlarge genital depictions.
The prize seeks to recognize " American creative writers who have produced a substantial body of significant publication that displays characteristics of John Dos Passos's writing: an intense and original exploration of specifically American themes, an experimental approach to form, and an interest in a wide range of human experiences.
The shore dives from beaches and piers around the Bay provide a wide variety of experiences on day and night dives.
These poets came from a wide range of backgrounds and had a wide range of personal experiences and their political stances reflect these facts.
Students on the journey conduct interdisciplinary field investigations and gain first-hand experiences in a wide range of environments.
While the traditional sentō is in decline, many bath house operators have adjusted to the new taste of the public and are offering a wide variety of experiences.
After Ian Edward Fraser in 1957 wrote a book, Frogman V. C., about his experiences, whoever designed its dust cover depicted on it a frogman placing a limpet mine on a ship, wearing a breathing set with twin over-the-shoulder wide breathing tubes emitting bubbles from behind his neck, presumably drawn after an old-type aqualung.
Hamada experiences a wide range in temperature between summer and winter but due to its location it is saved from the extreme winter cold in the north and prolonged summer heat in the south.
Trance experiences and personal connection to the Divine are at the heart of this path, leading to a wide variety of practices throughout the larger body of the tradition.
He later went on to write more than 20 books on a wide range of topics, including interfaith marriages ( he was a Lutheran and his wife, Jeanne, was a Catholic ), global water shortages, United States Supreme Court nomination battles that focused heavily on his personal experiences with Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas, his autobiography, and even a well-received book on slain Illinois preacher Elijah Lovejoy.
Guilford College continues to place its Quaker heritage at the center of its mission, though it has broadened its outlook beyond North Carolina and the Religious Society of Friends – to include students from a wide variety of faith traditions, regions, and life experiences and strives to educate creative leadership for the twenty-first century.
Other descriptions of psychological pain are " a wide range of subjective experiences characterized as an awareness of negative changes in the self and in its functions accompanied by negative feelings ", " a diffuse subjective experience ... differentiated from physical pain which is often localized and associated with noxious physical stimuli ", and “ a lasting, unsustainable, and unpleasant feeling resulting from negative appraisal of an inability or deficiency of the self .”
Dissociation is a term in psychology describing a wide array of experiences from mild detachment from immediate surroundings to more severe detachment from physical and emotional reality.
Four months is considered a short term placement and the greatest impact is the overseas volunteers ' contributions upon their return to their chapter in Canada-they return with a wide range of experiences and lessons that can be passed on to other members and the public at large.