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Nudism and is
Nudism is the act of being naked, while naturism is a lifestyle which at various times embraced nature, environment, respect for others, self-respect, crafts, healthy eating, vegetarianism, teetotalism, non-smoking, yoga, physical exercise and pacifism as well as nudity.
* Nudism & naturism is run by Young Naturists America

Nudism and .
Nudism and free love, which had been prominently featured in For Us, the Living, are absent from this story.
Nudism would not appear again in Heinlein's work until 1957's The Door Into Summer ; free love next made an appearance in 1961, in Stranger in a Strange Land.
* Nudism and clothing optional lifestyles.

is and no
that is, to show no curiosity whatsoever.
I seized the rack and made a western-style flying-mount just in time, one of my knees mercifully landing on my duffel bag -- and merely wrecking my camera, I was to discover later -- my other knee landing on the slivery truck floor boards and -- but this is no medical report.
Nevertheless, there is no bath.
But there is no use causing him to worry at this time ''.
Theirs is no mere lack of sympathy, but something closer to the passionate hatred that was directed against Fascism.
And there is no section of the nation more ardent than the South in the cold war against Communism.
But it is more than irony: one of the main reasons why nationalism is no longer a tenable concept is because it has spread throughout the planet.
However, the system is designed, ingeniously and hopefully, so that no one man could initiate a thermonuclear war.
They are huge areas which have been swept by winds for so many centuries that there is no soil left, but only deep bare ridges fifty or sixty yards apart with ravines between them thirty or forty feet deep and the only thing that moves is a scuttling layer of sand.
There is no room for error or waste.
Everyone is ready to grant the Persians their history, but almost no one is willing to acknowledge their present.
`` Now that Bruno Walter is virtually in retirement and my dear friend Dimitri Mitropoulos is no longer with us, I am probably the only one -- with the possible exception of Leonard Bernstein -- who has this special affinity for and champions the works of Bruckner and Mahler ''.
This is not to say that the South is no longer agrarian ; ;
And it is certainly no slight to either of them to compare both their achievements and their impact.
Lucretius has remarked: `` The reason why all Mortals are so gripped by fear is that they see all sorts of things happening in the earth and sky with no discernable cause, and these they attribute to the will of God ''.
There is no more `` plot '' than that ; ;
He is a widower, his three children are dead, he has no one left on earth ; ;
another wagon has no dog, and therefore is `` devoid of interest ''.
A man must be able to say, `` Father, I have sinned '', or there is no hope for him.

is and longer
Of the longer pieces of the volume none is so memorable as `` Nameless And Immortal '', which at once took rank among the finest poems ever written in the Swedish language.
At that point we reach the `` closed '' historical situation: the situation in which man is no longer free to return to a status quo ante.
No longer is the United States the only major industrial country capable of providing substantial amounts of the resources so urgently needed in the newly developed countries.
If `` Jack the Courtier '' is really to be taken as Swift, the following remark is obviously Steele's comment on Swift's change of parties and its effect on their friendship: `` I assure you, dear Jack, when I first found out such an Allay in you, as makes you of so malleable a Constitution, that you may be worked into any Form an Artificer pleases, I foresaw I should not enjoy your Favour much longer ''.
As Sir Charles Oman once said, `` it is no longer fashionable to declare that we can say nothing certain about Old English origins ''.
Therefore, it is plain that the clear distinctions of the nineteenth century are no longer with us.
It is no longer possible to say that a sceptical attitude towards the received accounts of the invasions almost automatically produces a `` shore occupied by '' interpretation.
The main question raised by the incident is how much longer will UN bury its head in the sand on the Congo problem instead of facing the bitter fact that it has no solution in present terms??
Secondly, the VA physician knows that when the patient leaves the hospital, he is no longer going to have a chance to visit his patient.
When we become firm enough to stand for those ideals which we know to be right, when we become hard enough to refuse to aid nations which do not permit self-determination, when we become strong enough to resist any more drifts towards socialism in our own Nation, when we recognize that our enemy is Communism not war, and when we realize that concessions to Communists do not insure peace or freedom, then, and only then will we no longer be `` soft ''.
There is even some question whether the U.S. can any longer defend itself against an initiative by the Left.
He could no longer build anything, whether a private residence in his Pennsylvania county or a church in Brazil, without it being obvious that he had done it, and while here and there he was taken to task for again developing the same airy technique, they were such fanciful and sometimes even playful buildings that the public felt assured by its sense of recognition after a time, a quality of authentic uniqueness about them, which, once established by an artist as his private vision, is no longer disputable as to its other values.
but with the growth of state and federal fiscal aid, the emphasis on equalization, and the state-local sharing of responsibility for certain important functions, this is no longer true.
The last exercise of Roland Claude's prescribed program for Henri is a single exercise, done in individual sets with a bit longer pause between sets.
The longer I work, the more I am sure that for me, at least, a workmanlike method is important.
This is no longer a way of life for the bearded logger and the wandering cowboy.

is and practiced
The present Republican leadership as practiced by Mundt, Goldwater, Bridges, Dirksen, et al, is repeating the errors of the party leadership of the 1930s.
The `` fruitful course '' of metropolitanization that you recommend is currently practiced by the town of East Greenwich and had its inception long before we learned what it was called.
The service is brief and variety in forms of worship is practiced.
Oneupmanship is practiced by both sides in a total war.
The degree to which these principles are practiced is different for householders and monks.
" Amazing Grace " is emblematic of several kinds of folk music styles, often used as the standard example to illustrate such musical techniques as lining out and call and response, that have been practiced in both black and white folk music.
Peasant farmers who once practiced subsistence farming are being forced to farm what is best for foreign trade, mostly wine and oil.
Agriculture on a large scale is practiced further north in Alberta that anywhere else in North America, extending into the Peace River country above the 55th parallel north.
There are only two specific exercises practiced separately ; the first is lying semi-supine ; resting in this way uses " mechanical advantage " as a means of releasing cumulative muscular tension.
Commerce was practiced to some extent in very early times, as is proved by the distribution of Melian obsidian over all the Aegean area.
It is a handbook of Greek, i. e. Macedonian, drill and tactics as practiced by the Hellenistic successors of Alexander the Great.
A possible example of actual use of two guns firing at the same time is " Dual wield ", practiced by Russian special forces.
Removal of teeth, mainly incisors, is or was practiced by some cultures for ritual purposes ( for instance in the Iberomaurusian culture of Neolithic North Africa ).
This technique, famously practiced by Eddie Stanky of the Brooklyn Dodgers, is where the runner does not break immediately for second when the pitcher commits to the plate.
It is typically practiced on large natural boulders or artificial boulders in gyms and outdoor urban areas.
" A habit religion, such as that originally practiced by Job, is never enough.
" Thus declaring that the burnt offering of both animals and humans ( which may have been practiced in Judah under Kings Ahaz and Manasseh ) is not necessary for God.
Practitioners of BDSM vary hugely in their perception of what activities are integral to BDSM, and some borderline activities ( light bondage, hot wax, blindfolds ) may be practiced by people identifying as " vanilla " ( i. e., not into BDSM ) – so inclusion in the community is usually dependent on self-proclaimed identification with the community.
The type of procedure practiced in common law courts is known as the adversarial system ; this is also a development of the common law.
It is also still known to be practiced as a ritual and in war in various Melanesian tribes.
While there is universal agreement that some Mesoamerican people practiced human sacrifice, there is a lack of scholarly consensus as to whether cannibalism in pre-Columbian America was widespread.
Illegal and punishable crime is the violation of any rule of administrative, fiscal or criminal liability on the part of agents of the state or practice of any wrongdoing and notoriously harmful to self or against third parties, provided for in criminal law, since they practiced with guilt ( the first act that causes injury criminal actions or omissions to produce adequate evidence also illegal ).

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