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It differed from what an undergraduate receives today from any American college or university mainly in the certainty of what he was forced to learn compared with the loose and widely scattered information obtained today by most of our undergraduates.
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The fact is that the Southern Confederacy differed from the earlier one almost as much as the Federal Constitution did.
The Constitution of the Southern `` Confederation '' differed from that of the Federal Union only in two important respects: It openly, defiantly, recognized slavery -- an institution which the Southerners of 1787, even though they continued it, found so impossible to reconcile with freedom that they carefully avoided mentioning the word in the Federal Constitution.
They knew that their perceptual experience differed from objective reality since they had seen the desk and ball prior to putting on the aniseikonic lenses.
the Aegean world which had existed before 1000 differed from that which rises more clearly in our vision after 800.
Charles Thiot, a splendid Georgia soldier, differed from most of his comrades in the ranks in that he was the owner of a large plantation, well-educated, and nearly fifty years of age.
To his Harvard colleague, Josiah Royce, whose philosophic position differed radically from his own, James could write, `` Different as our minds are, yours has nourished mine, as no other social influence ever has, and in converse with you I have always felt that my life was being lived importantly ''.
Schuster's ideas were not a serious theoretical proposal, merely speculation, and like the previous ideas, differed from the modern concept of antimatter in that it possessed negative gravity.
In November 1830, he and William Lloyd Garrison founded what he later called a " preliminary Anti-Slavery Society ", though he differed from Garrison as a nonresistant.
According to Eunapius, he differed from Iamblichus on certain points connected with theurgy and magic.
Both BASICs differed from other dialects on different platforms, in that they allowed the easy creation of fairly demanding multimedia software, with full structured code and many high-level functions to load images, animations, sounds and display them in various ways.
Despite the shared name of " Adoptionism " the Spanish Adoptionist Christology appears to have differed sharply from the Adoptionism of early Christianity.
This has led researchers to suspect that bryozoans had arisen earlier but were initially unmineralized, and may have differed significantly from fossilized and modern forms.
St. Jerome differed with St. Augustine in his Latin translation of the plant known in Hebrew as קיקיון ( qiyqayown ), using Hedera ( from the Greek, meaning ivy ) over the more common Latin cucurbita from which the related English plant name cucumber is derived.
However, the official doctrines of the Western Allies differed substantially from those of the Reichswehr.
Its production differed in several ways from his previous films, as he concentrated mainly on directing, and appeared on screen only in a cameo role as a seasick steward.
Veteran qualifications differed from the junior enrollee ; one needed to be certified by the Veterans Administration by application, they could be any age, and married or single as long as they were in need of work.
IECW differed from other CCC activities in that it explicitly trained men to be carpenters, truck drivers, radio operators, mechanics, surveyors, and technicians.
This new program differed drastically from the original CCC as its goal was primarily youth development rather than economic revival.
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In his preaching, he often emphasized the Quaker rejection of baptism by water ; this was a useful way of highlighting how the focus of Friends on inward transformation differed from what he saw as the superstition of outward ritual.
Hite's questions differed from Kinsey's, focusing more on how women identified, or what they preferred rather than experience.
They might have found their customs for observing the Christian Passover differed, Polycarp following the eastern practice of celebrating Passover on the 14th of Nisan, the day of the Jewish Passover, regardless of what day of the week it fell.
In a letter to André Breton, he wrote of The Human Condition that it was irrelevant if the scene behind the easel differed from what was depicted upon it, " but the main thing was to eliminate the difference between a view seen from outside and from inside a room.
Mystical understandings of what occurs to men's souls in the afterlife and on Shabbat differed significantly from what was understood about what occurs to women's souls.
He identified four parameters on which researchers differed in their opinions about what constitutes linguistic relativity.
Because much of what is known about Montanism comes from anti-Montanist sources, it is difficult to know what they actually believed and how those beliefs differed from the Christian mainstream of the time.
His politics differed sharply from those of Stalinism, most prominently in opposing Socialism in One Country, which he argued was a break with proletarian internationalism, and in his belief in what he argued was a more authentic dictatorship of the proletariat based on working-class self-emancipation and mass democracy, rather than the unaccountable bureaucracy he saw as having developed after Lenin's death.
" The definitions and tests employed by courts to delineate unauthorized practice by non-lawyers have been vague or conclusory, while jurisdictions have differed significantly in describing what constitutes unauthorized practice in particular areas.
The English and Māori versions of the Treaty differed significantly, so there is no consensus as to exactly what was agreed to.
To understand what was unique about Repton it is useful to examine how he differed from Brown in more detail.
At the same time, nature stayed the same, while what was by law could be changed and differed from one place to another.
The accounts given by the five defendants differed from one another on the specific details of virtually every major aspect of the crime — who initiated the attack, who knocked the victim down, who undressed her, who struck her, who held her, who raped her, what weapons were used in the course of the assault, and when in the sequence of events the attack took place.
Like the Apple IIe and Apple IIc built-in keyboards before it, the detached Apple IIGS keyboard differed depending on what region of the world it was sold in, with extra local language characters and symbols printed on certain keycaps ( e. g. French accented characters on Canadian IIGS keyboard such as " à ", " é ", " ç ", etc., or the British Pound "£" symbol on the UK IIGS keyboard ).
Like the Apple IIe before it, the Apple IIc keyboard differed depending on what region of the world it was sold in.