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Nevertheless, this book is by far the most quoted by current disciples of Gurdjieff as they attempt to teach his system to new students, and Mr. Gurdjieff himself even had some of his students read parts of the book as part of their studies.
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Nevertheless, fragments of Judges ( such as the Song of Deborah ) have been dated from much earlier, perhaps close to the period the book depicts.
" Nevertheless, Northcutt would keep the stories on the website and in her books, citing them as a " funny-but-true safety guide ", and mentioning that children who read the book are going to be a lot more careful around explosives.
Nevertheless, a number of esoteric groups have continued to claim Bulwer-Lytton as their own, chiefly because some of his writings — such as the 1842 book Zanoni — have included Rosicrucian and other esoteric notions.
Nevertheless, some mathematicians do not accept that Bishop did so successfully, since his book is necessarily more complicated than a classical analysis text would be.
Nevertheless, after reading the latter, the writer George Moore suggested to Edmund that it contained " the germ of a great book ," which Edmund Gosse first published anonymously as Father and Son in 1907.
It has been claimed that Paley was not a very original thinker and that the philosophical part of his treatise on ethics is “ an assemblage of ideas developed by others and is presented to be learned by students rather than debated by colleagues .” Nevertheless, his book The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy ( 1785 ) was a required text at Cambridge and Smith says that Paley ’ s writings were “ once as well known in American colleges as were the readers and spellers of William McGuffey and Noah Webster in the elementary schools .” Although now largely missing from the philosophical canon, Schneewind writes that " utilitarianism first became widely known in England through the work of William Paley.
Nevertheless, semiologist Roland Barthes, in a Spanish edition of his book " La chambre claire ", " La cámara lúcida " ( Paidós, Barcelona, 1989 ) shows a picture from 1822, " Table ready ", a foggy photo of a table set to be used for a meal.
Nevertheless, the rules continued to differ by region until the first attempt to set them in order was made by a congress of Skat players on Saturday, 7 August 1886 in Altenburg, being the first official rules finally published in book form in 1888 by Theodor Thomas of Leipzig.
Nevertheless, Petrucci's later work was extraordinary for the complexity of his white mensural notation and the smallness of his font, and he did in fact print the first book of polyphony using movable type.
Nevertheless, in October 2008, a book containing a sequence of autobiographical sketches was published entitled Clips from a Life.
" Nevertheless, by July he returned to New York and took a job at Duttons Bookshop in Manhattan, where he began work on an unfinished book of fiction, Without Stopping ( not to be confused with his later autobiography of the same title ).
Nevertheless, musicologist Timothy Johnson, in his 2011 book about Nixon in China, noted " the result of the collaboration betrays none of these disagreements among its craters who successfully blended their differing points of view into a very satisfyingly cohesive whole ".
Nevertheless, poetry remained included until 1862 and the book continued to reflect topical issues of the day.
Nevertheless, he does not dwell on such events in the book ; rather it is evident that he means it to serve as an inspiration to other African-Americans trying to overcome similar treatment.
" Nevertheless he groups environmental groups with astrologers and psychics in his second book, Myths, Lies and Downright Stupidity.
Nevertheless, Giorgio Vasari mentions in the third part of his book Vite that Lotto was a friend of Palma the Elder.
" Nevertheless, Mattingly was so determined not to publish the book with a university press that, at his publisher's recommendation, he cut the manuscript by a third and destroyed the original draft.
One of the leading French Bailiffs of the Military Order of Malta, who had studied the Russian tradition provided a footnote in his book ; " Nevertheless, the Tsars have exceptionally authorised the eldest sons of the descendants of hereditary commanders to wear the decorations.
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Nevertheless, because the Cost Section has felt impelled to make some kind of a distribution of total costs, it has apportioned this residue, which it sometimes calls `` burden '', among the units of carload traffic on a basis ( partly ton, partly ton-mile ) which is concededly quite arbitrary from the standpoint of cost determination.
Nevertheless, there are notably frequent instances of deja vue, in which our recognition of an entirely novel event is a feeling of having lived through it before, a feeling which, though vague, withstands the verbal barrage from the most impressive corps of psychologists.
Nevertheless, with a reading public that longs for the `` good old days '' and with an awareness of our expanding international interests, it is easy for the Benets to obtain a magnified position in literature by use of all sorts of Americana, real or fake, and it is easy for the Steinbecks and Sandburgs to support their messages of reform by reading messages of reform into the minds of the folk.
Nevertheless, it is from the Selden organization that the industry inherited its institutional machinery for furthering the broader interests of the trade.
Nevertheless, the consequence of the policy proposed is everywhere subtly qualified: it is `` a possible result, however improbable '' ; ;
Nevertheless, it is estimated that in up to twenty percent of amphibian species, one or both adults play some role in the care of the young.
Nevertheless, it still contains information that is considered reasonably sound – for instance, it is the only source that mentions the erection of the Antonine Wall in Britain.
Nevertheless, Canberra stands as an exemplary city design and is located halfway between the ski slopes and the beach.
Nevertheless, there is a meaningful degree of uniformity in written English within the United Kingdom, and this could be described by the term British English.
Nevertheless, for convenience, there is usually some logical scheme behind the labels inside kets, such as the common practice of labeling energy eigenkets in quantum mechanics with a list of their quantum numbers.
Nevertheless, it should be noted that the spectrum is broad in the EU, with the UK coming closest to the US system ( Reifner et al., 2003 ; Gerhardt, 2009 ; Frade, 2010 ).
Nevertheless, recent developments have shown that the global economy is undergoing a fundamental shift.
Nevertheless, it was the French mathematician Pierre-Simon Laplace, who pioneered and popularised what is now called Bayesian probability.
Nevertheless, the usage of Treptichnus pedum, a reference ichnofossil for the lower boundary of the Cambrian, for the stratigraphic detection of this boundary is always risky because of occurrence of very similar trace fossils belonging to the Treptichnids group well below the T. pedum in Namibia, Spain and Newfoundland, and possibly, in the western USA.
Nevertheless, mercy is considered preferable in Islam ,, and in Sharia law the victim's family can choose to spare the life of the killer, which is not uncommon.
Nevertheless, David E. White argues that the notion of an infinite causal regress providing a proper explanation is fallacious.
Nevertheless, if a function satisfies the Cauchy – Riemann equations in an open set in a weak sense, then the function is analytic.