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Merely and having
" Merely having to endure a criminal prosecution is no such irreparable harm.
Merely having a disability is not sufficient for eligibility.

Merely and some
Merely one day later, Jameson broke the spirit ( though not the letter ) of his agreement with Iron Man, using the headline " a wanted murderer ( Wolverine ), an alleged ex-member of a terrorist organization ( Spider-Woman ) and a convicted heroin-dealer ( Luke Cage ) are just some of the new recruits set to bury the once good name of the Avengers ," but refraining from attacking Spider-Man.
Merely the use of formalism alone does not explain several issues: why we should use the axioms we do and not some others, why we should employ the logical rules we do and not some others, why do " true " mathematical statements ( e. g., the laws of arithmetic ) appear to be true, and so on.

Merely and is
Merely being aware of kindness in oneself and others is also associated with greater well-being.
Merely remaining silent in face of protracted questioning is insufficient to assert right.
Merely passing money from one person to another, so long as it is done with the intent to disguise the source, ownership, location or control of the money, has been deemed a financial transaction under the law.
Merely exploiting the replicative abilities of existing cells is insufficient, because of limitations in the process of protein biosynthesis ( also see the listing for RNA ).
Merely snatching the property from the victim's person is not sufficient force unless the victim resists or one of the items is attached or carried in such a way that a significant amount of force must be used to free the item from the victim's person.
Merely being traded is insufficient, it must be a full listing, and this excludes AIM ' PLUS-quoted and PLUS-traded market segments, but PLUS itself is acceptable ; shares in unquoted companies ; warrants ; futures and options.
Acknowledging that, the court stated " Merely informing a former employer's customers of a change of employment, without more, is not solicitation.
* Sartwell, C. ( 1991 ): < cite > Knowledge is Merely True Belief </ cite > in < cite > American Philosophical Quarterly </ cite > 28.
* Sartwell, C. ( 1992 ): Why Knowledge is Merely True Belief in < cite > The Journal of Philosophy </ cite >, Vol.
Merely locking the bike frame to the wheel is not recommended because, although it cannot be rolled away, the entire bicycle can still be lifted and carried away.
Merely pointing out that the plaintiff could have sued somewhere else is not sufficient to succeed on an FNC motion.
Merely opening up a business to the public is not state action, but the performance of a " public function " ( a function that has been traditionally and exclusively performed by the state ) is state action ( Marsh v. Alabama, 326 U. S. 501 ( 1946 ));
Merely placing products in the " stream of commerce " is insufficient to provide minimum contacts with the states where the products end up.
Merely leaving them on the curb for the garbage man to collect, Brennan argued, should not be found to remove that expectation of privacy, for “ scrutiny of another's trash is contrary to commonly accepted notions of civilized behavior .”
Merely being in possession of employer-relevant knowledge, skills and attitudes is not enough for an individual to either ‘ move self-sufficiently ’ in the modern labour market or ‘ realise their potential ’.

Merely and .
Merely to satisfy the author's curiosity.
:" Merely quantitative differences, beyond a certain point, pass into qualitative changes.
Merely an analogy to show how media influences public perception.
Rush Tribute: Merely Players.
Merely launching a large total quantity reduces the manufacturing costs per vehicle, similar to how the mass production of automobiles brought about great increases in affordability.
Merely requesting a web page from a few kilometers away involves satisfying a stack of protocols that involve many examples of hardware and software servers.
For a number of years, Gaynor was the Fox studios foremost actress and was given the choice of prime roles, starring in such films as Sunny Side Up ( 1929 ), Delicious ( 1931 ), Merely Mary Ann ( also 1931 ), and Adorable ( 1933 ), as well as State Fair ( 1933 ) with Will Rogers and The Farmer Takes a Wife ( 1935 ), which introduced Henry Fonda to the screen as Gaynor's leading man.
Merely holding an office in the priesthood does not imply authority over other church members or agency to act on behalf of the church.
Merely inserting an object like a probe into a plasma changes the density, temperature, and potential at the sheath edge and perhaps everywhere.
Merely a few months later, he was involved in a new fling with Alma Ross, an actress.
This was followed in the Examiner on 20 December by the short-lived Mary's Home from College, a precursor to the " girl strips " such as Cliff Sterrett's Polly and Her Pals and John Held Jr .' s Merely Margie ; and on 23 December with Gooseberry Sprigg, about a cigar-smoking " Duck Duke ", acharacter who had previously, and popularly, appeared in Herriman's sports cartoons.
Merely a large hostile presence.
* Merely touching a member of the opposite sex does not break one's wudu.
Merely understanding culture at the deepest level may be insufficient to institute cultural change because the dynamics of interpersonal relationships ( often under threatening conditions ) are added to the dynamics of organizational culture while attempts are made to institute desired change.
Merely giving a treatment can have nonspecific effects, and these are controlled for by the inclusion of a placebo group.
Merely deleting, disabling or rashly altering them can lead to undetectable holes in the test coverage.

having and mental
In the early texts, a person's mental state at the time of death is generally viewed as having an inordinate impact on the next birth.
In addition to the drinking problems, it had become obvious that he also was having serious mental problems ; Martha Maria said that, " It was like sometimes he was drunk even when he wasn't drinking.
People with bipolar disorder exhibiting psychotic symptoms can sometimes be misdiagnosed as having schizophrenia, another, different, serious mental illness.
Clairaudience may refer not to actual perception of sound, but may instead indicate impressions of the " inner mental ear " similar to the way many people think words without having auditory impressions.
A consumer is a person who accesses psychiatric services and may have been given a diagnosis from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, while a survivor self-identifies as having survived psychiatric intervention and the mental health system ( which may have involved involuntary commitment and involuntary treatment ).
The property of being intentional, of having an intentional object, was the key feature to distinguish mental phenomena and physical phenomena, because physical phenomena lack intentionality altogether.
In developmental psychology, internalization is the process through which social interactions become part of the child ’ s mental functions, i. e., after having experienced an interaction with another person the child subsequently experiences the same interaction within him / herself and makes it a part of their understanding of interactions with others in general.
Lois is then framed for several acts of law-breaking, and she tries to make it seem like Lois is having a mental breakdown.
Stigma and discrimination can add to the suffering and disability associated with mental disorders ( or with being diagnosed or judged as having a mental disorder ), leading to various social movements attempting to increase understanding and challenge social exclusion.
The proportion with access to professional help for mental disorders is far lower, however, even among those assessed as having a severely disabling condition.
All participants in both studies were previously diagnosed by a licensed mental health provider as having a serious mental illness.
The DSM-5 will then be closer to the DSM-I and DSM-II than to their successors, which all were at least trying to separate the concept of " mental disorder " from cultural norms, and which made " harm " or " distress " a necessary condition for having a mental disorder.
Women who's heads were generally larger in the back with lower foreheads were thought to have underdeveloped organs necessary for success in the arts and sciences while having larger mental organs relating to the care of children and religion.
Another perspective claims that Stalin's repressive political actions were the result of him having mental illness.
He suffered from severe bipolar disorder for most of his life, having at least ten major mental breakdowns, several lasting over a year.
The extent to which the narrator claims to have loved his animals suggests mental instability in the form of having “ too much of a good thing ”.
These hospitals provide stabilization and rehabilitation for those who are having difficulties such as depression, eating disorders, mental disorders, and so on.
One example is Irritable Bowel Syndrome ( IBS ) that was considered formerly as having purely mental causes, while subsequent research showed significant differences in the behaviour of the gut in IBS patients.
She indicates that when people, after having been immunized against snake-bite, are bitten by a venomous snake, particularly by krait, cobra or another elapids, they experience an emotional and mental state that has been compared to the effects of hallucinogenic substances.
This is accomplished through having the recipient be aware of the mental dusts and the teachings of Tenrikyo to remedy their dusty minds.
Protection is extended to anyone with ( A ) a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of the major life activities of an individual, ( B ) a record of such an impairment, or ( C ) being regarded as having such an impairment.

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