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Others and call
Others see the call to be sexually continent in Matthew 19 to be a caution for men who were too readily divorcing and remarrying.
Others argue that various rational and emotional states cannot be so separated, that they are of the same nature and origin, and should therefore be considered all part of what we call the mind.
Others do not call themselves Methodist, but are related to varying degrees.
Others ( maybe most ) just call parameters passed to ( or operated on by ) an open predicate variables, and when defining substitution have to distinguish between free variables and bound variables.
Others have reacted to this call by believing it to be part of an effort to return UU congregations to more orthodox Christian worship patterns.
Others call her a slave of Celeus, king of Eleusis.
Others call it a " bird ".
New York Times architecture critic Herbert Muschamp described it Others describe it as a " blob " or call it " The Hemorrhoids ".
Others prefer to call it a town.
Others call him by his nickname, Dai, which is another reading for his given name in kanji ( 大 ).
Others call themselves by indefinite names such as " special group 13 " and " special operations unit ".
Others turned up their forked ends, which we call coup de ladle .< BR >
Others of the May Fourth students heeded Hu Shi's call to return to their studies, taking them in new directions which shaped scholarship for the next generation.
Others may use honest playing as part of an intentional strategy of forcing those who wrongly call cheat to pick up.
Others take up the call when one starts.
" Others call it " alligator lake ", a reminder that it served as the last bastion of Laguna de Bay's once-plentiful cayman population, which has since been wiped out and is now just another legendary part of Philippine history.
* Others argued that the SS-20 was part of an attempt on the part of the Soviet military to develop a more sophisticated nuclear strategy that did not call for an all out nuclear first strike as soon as World War III began by giving the Soviets a second strike capability that they had previously lacked.
Others may call it Kafé Shakhor ( קפה שחור, which means " black coffee "), since it is usually prepared without milk.
Others, such as those relating to the United States House of Representatives, call into question notions that mathematics alone can provide a single, fair resolution.
Others, such as Traditionalist Catholics, call for use of the Tridentine Mass.
Others such as C ++ require that you explicitly call GetIDsOfNames to look up a method and Invoke to call it.
" Others call it bias since he doesn't single out or blast any other religion.
Others heeded the call for the day of national mourning by going to their place of worship for a memorial service.

Others and mean
Others understand the text to mean not " I say to you, This day you will be with me in paradise ", but " I say to you this day, You will be with me in paradise ".
Others, Themistocles among them, said the oracle was clearly for fighting at sea, the metaphor intended to mean war ships.
Others take it to mean a mental change made by the original writers or redactors of Scripture ; i. e. the latter shrank from putting in writing a thought which some of the readers might expect them to express.
Others note that Marduk was the creator in Babylonian mythology whence the term might have been understood by Jews to mean simply " of God ".
Others are concerned that the bypass will mean a loss of business that the traffic on highway brings to restaurants and hotels along the current route.
Others are concerned that, like the town of Selinsgrove which is in decline, the bypass will mean the loss of local revenue and jobs that the travelers on the highway bring to the many local restaurants and hotels located along the current Rte 11 & 15 highway.
R. L. Poole ( Studies in Chronology and History, 1934 ) put forward the theory that Bede began his year in September, and consequently November 655 would actually fall in 654 ; Frank Stenton also dated events accordingly in his Anglo-Saxon England ( 1943 ).< sup > 1 </ sup > Others have accepted Bede's given dates as meaning what they appear to mean, considering Bede's year to have begun on 25 December or 1 January ( see S. Wood, 1983: " Bede's Northumbrian dates again "
Others have used the term to mean the deliberate physical destruction of a group who share the main characteristic of belonging to a political movement ; this definition has been used because the systematic destruction of such groups are not covered as genocide under the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide ( CPPCG ).
Others use it to mean any mature, cystic teratoma.
Others would say funny things, like ' I sure like being inside this fancy computer ', ' I have a frog in my throat ... No, I mean a real frog!
Others, however, feel rāhu does not mean " fetter " in this sense.
Others think the name comes from a special initiation ceremony ( a specific haircut, or strizhka ), performed by a deacon named Karp – a supposed founder of the sect ( together with deacon Nikita ) yet others think it could mean that these people refused to either grow a beard or cut their beards when they entered churches.
Others are common enough in prose but used by the poets in some specialised sense, such as salt " salt " to mean sjár " sea ".
Others argue that the text indicates " a wife ", which would mean that any temple sealing ordinance of marriage is considered Celestial Marriage.
Others, including Eccles himself in later publications, have taken it to mean that neurons release the same set of transmitters at all of their synapses.
Others who disagree with specific claims made by Stoner include fellow Christians and secular historians: for instance, while Stoner says of Ezekiel's prophecy of the permanent destruction of Tyre " If Ezekiel had looked at Tyre in his day and had made these seven predictions in human wisdom, these estimates mean that there would have been only one chance in 75, 000, 000 of their all coming true.

Others and by
Others, less consciously but quite probably influenced by the trends of the times, experiment with approaches that parallel those of the contemporary poet, painter, and musician.
Others, which are reached by walking up a single flight of stairs, have balconies.
Others, such as Julian Steward and Leslie White, focused on how societies evolve and fit their ecological niche — an approach popularized by Marvin Harris.
Others have specialised mouthparts consisting of a horny beak edged by several rows of labial teeth.
Others suggest the alphabet was developed in central Egypt during the 15th century BC for or by Semitic workers, but only one of these early writings has been deciphered and their exact nature remains open to interpretation.
Others, such as 1980 Hungarian film, Kojak Budapesten ( not to be confused with the 1986 comedy by the same name ) create their own scenarios involving Christie's criminal skill.
Others had used these ideas in practice, but he was the first to present them systematically as a lexicon of themes accompanied by extensive taxonomical observations.
These essays were translated into English and published as Prophetic Inspiration After the Prophets: Maimonides and Others by the American Judaica publisher Ktav.
Others continue to use the word to describe the style of breakthrough warfare practised by the Axis powers of this period, even if it were not a formal doctrine.
Others, such as Claude Lévi-Strauss ( who was influenced both by American cultural anthropology and by French Durkheimian sociology ), have argued that apparently similar patterns of development reflect fundamental similarities in the structure of human thought ( see structuralism ).
A Others, however, have been lovingly preserved in their original condition, and would be coveted by collectors in other countries.
Others will be purchased by re-stockers to grow out and fatten on grass or as potential breeders.
Others believe it was a corrupted term of " Chilango ", meaning an inhabitant from Mexico City or Central Mexico ( i. e. the highland states of Mexico ( state ), Jalisco, Puebla ( state ) and Michoacán ); and even from the term " Chileno " by the Chilean presence in mid 19th-century California, when miners from Chile arrived in the California Gold Rush ( 1848 – 51 ).
Others were created by rewriting Howard stories which originally featured entirely different characters from entirely different milieus.
Others reportedly beheaded their victims by twisting their necks until their heads could be torn off.
" Others appeared to be “ appendages ” which were just birds ' wings blurred by the camera exposure.
Others consider that Christ made the commandments to " love God and one's neighbour ," and to " love one's neighbour as oneself " touchstones of the moral law ; that these imply a radical equality, and that, by this principle of equality, the Law of Moses is to be adjusted or even abrogated.
Others are known only from mentions in Clement's own writings, including On Marriage and On Prophecy, although few are attested by other writers and it is difficult to separate works which he intended to write from those which were actually completed.
Others work by chemically or physically removing or sequestering the impurity.
Others have attacked the problem from the database end, by defining an object-oriented data model for the database, and defining a database programming language that allows full programming capabilities as well as traditional query facilities.
Others arrived in much the same place by adding relational features to pre-relational systems.
Others, such as WebKit and Gecko, are shared by a number of browsers, such as Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari.
Others lost a large portion of their market capitalization but remained stable and profitable, e. g., Cisco, whose stock declined by 86 %.

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