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Its ontological status is itself most tenuous because apart from individual men, who are its `` matter '', tradition, the `` form '' of society exists only as a shared perception of truth.
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Its territory, a result of the Turkish invasion of 1974 and whose status remains disputed, extends over the northern third of the island.
Its four-year colleges offered a high quality, tuition-free education to the poor, the working class and the immigrants of New York City who met the grade requirements for matriculated status.
Its status as an official geological period was ratified in 2004 by the International Union of Geological Sciences ( IUGS ), making it the first new geological period declared in 120 years.
Its traditional name, Alnair, means " the bright one " and refers to its status as the brightest star in Grus.
Its status can range from high ( the members even eventually achieving titles such as that of Merchant Prince or Nabob ) to low, as in Chinese culture, owing to the presumed distastefulness of profiting from " mere " trade rather than from labor or the labor of others as in agriculture and craftsmanship.
Its development was protracted enough to merit vaporware status, and upon its 2008 release, found itself subject to harsh criticism and the target of a consumer protest against Electronic Arts.
Its central argument is that human intelligence is substantially influenced by both inherited and environmental factors and is a better predictor of many personal dynamics, including financial income, job performance, chance of unwanted pregnancy, and involvement in crime than are an individual's parental socioeconomic status, or education level.
Its legal status remains, according to the United Nations ( UN ), as a non-decolonized territory included in the United Nations List of Non-Self-Governing Territories.
" Its presence in the film is said to have led to a revival for the White Russian, bringing it to " icon status ", according to a 2008 article in The New York Times.
Its status was elevated to that of a duchy for Prince Louis, the second son of John II of France, and remained as such until the Revolution.
Its honorific title is Συμπρωτεύουσα ( Symprotévusa ), literally " co-capital ", and stands as a reference to its historical status as the Συμβασιλεύουσα ( Symvasilévousa ), " co-reigning " city of the Byzantine Empire, alongside Constantinople.
Its species status was resolved in 1981 when king cheetahs were born at the De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Centre in South Africa.
Its central bank status was legally confirmed on March 18, 1995 by the 3rd Plenum of the 8th National People's Congress.
Its membership stood around 13, 000 by 1920, and it was granted legal status in 1921 under the Trades Union Ordinance.
Its status as capital makes it a major hub of activity at the county, state, and federal level while its mining history has continued with mineral processing plants located around the city.
Its derivation is uncertain, possibly stemming from the Latin word sol, meaning " sun ," referring to its status as a plant of the sun.
Its statutory law of 27 February 2004 gives it the particular designation of overseas country inside the Republic ( or POM ), but without legal modification of its status.
Its negotiations on duty-free status and relationship with the Union began in 1987, soon after Spain joined.
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Its massive contours are rooted in the simple need of man, since he is always incomplete, to complete himself.
Its truth is illustrated by the skill, sensitivity, and general expertise of the English professor with whom one attends the theatre.
Its elimination would result in the saving of interest costs, heavy when short-term money rates are high, and in freedom from dependence on credit which is not always available when needed most.
Its original appearance is shown in an engraving published in the `` Massachusetts Magazine '' in May 1793, which is reproduced herewith ( Fig. 1 ).
Its oil for heating is metered monthly to each home from a line that starts at a central storage point.
Its president is Otis M. Waters, partner in the law firm of Timen & Waters, 540-K Chrysler Bldg., New York City.
Its life history is much simpler than that of the truly colonial bumblebees and can serve as an example of the life cycle of many other species.
Then in 2 we show that any line involution with the properties that ( A ) It has no complex of invariant lines, and ( B ) Its singular lines form a complex consisting exclusively of the lines which meet a twisted curve, is necessarily of the type discussed in 1.
Its function is to separate from the base ruled mass, among whom private ownership prevails, the governing warrior elite.
Its speed has increased, it operates at increasingly greater depths, its submerged endurance is becoming unlimited, and it will become even more silent.
Its rotunda forms a perfect circle whose diameter is equal to the height from the floor to the ceiling.
Its size is determined by its function as a glycogen and fat storage unit, and may change with the seasons as these reserves are built or used up.
Its usage is mostly restricted to engravings on stone and jewelry, although inscriptions have also been found on bone and wood.
Its name is Latin for " water-carrier " or " cup-carrier ", and its symbol is 20px (), a representation of water.