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Rather and than
Rather than putting their trust in ephemeral sensations they seek form in the stable relationships of pure design, which symbolize an order more real than the disorder of the perceptual world.
Rather than from a first-hand study of Jewish people, his delineation of Shylock stems from a collection of Italian stories, Il Pecorone, published in 1558, although written almost two centuries earlier.
Rather than sit around waiting for the suitcases to be delivered, they had gone sight-seeing.
Rather than being deceived, the eye is puzzled ; ;
Rather than viewing the abortive recovery in 1959-60 as a reason for believing we have lost prospects for growth '', he said `` it should be viewed as a lesson well learned which will increase the probability of substantial improvement in this recovery ''.
Rather than a definition in terms of the force between two current-carrying wires, it has been proposed to define the ampere in terms of the rate of flow of elementary charges.
Rather than accepting the natural order of things — the presence of sickness and death — he believes one must fight against them.
Rather, a system with a negative temperature is hotter than any system with a positive temperature in the sense that if a negative-temperature system and a positive-temperature system come in contact, heat will flow from the negative-to the positive-temperature system.
Rather than face this ordeal, Alexei fled to Vienna and placed himself under the protection of his brother-in-law, the emperor Charles VI, who sent him for safety first to the Tirolean fortress of Ehrenberg ( near Reutte ), and finally to the castle of Sant ' Elmo at Naples.
Rather than proving the existence of God, Kant was attempting to demonstrate that all moral thought requires the assumption that God exists.
Rather than analysing the site and seeing which targets appear popular, archaeoastronomers have instead examined the ethnographic records to see what features of the sky were important to the Mayans and then sought archaeological correlates.
Rather than exploiting price differences between identical assets, they will purchase and sell securities, assets and derivatives with similar characteristics, and hedge any significant differences between the two assets.
Rather than being scrapped or converted for other uses, sometimes retired buses are saved for preservation.
Rather than being written as history, the Deuteronomistic history – Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Samuel and Kings – was intended to illustrate a theological scheme in which Israel and her leaders are judged by their obedience to the teachings and laws ( the covenant ) set down in the book of Deuteronomy.
Rather than boldtype, over / under-arrows, underscores etc.
Rather than the more aristocratic themes and music of the Italian opera, the ballad operas were set to the music of popular folk songs and dealt with lower-class characters.
Rather than receiving an explicit order, a commander would be told of his superior's intent and the role which his unit was to fill in this concept.
Rather than going to Mexico, Corbett is believed to have settled in a cabin he built in the forests near Hinckley, Minnesota.
Rather than totally removing the clock signal, some CPU designs allow certain portions of the device to be asynchronous, such as using asynchronous ALUs in conjunction with superscalar pipelining to achieve some arithmetic performance gains.
* Year collections: Rather than being satisfied with a single specimen of a type, a great many collectors collect type by year ; for example, one Memorial Lincoln Cent for every year from 1959 ( the year it was first minted ) to present.
Rather than the traditional format established by Dungeons & Dragons, which often involved the characters wandering randomly through caves or tunnels and fighting different types of monsters, Sandy Petersen introduced the concept of the Onion Skin: Interlocking layers of information and nested clues that lead the Player Characters from seemingly minor investigations into a missing person to discovering mind-numbingly awful, global conspiracies to destroy the world.
Rather than using theories as starting points, casuistry begins with an examination of cases.
" Rather than aspiring to compassion and wisdom, people can easily fall prey to the vices of cruelty, madness
Rather than the original 20 cm size, the diameter of this compact disc was set at 11. 5 cm, the diagonal measurement of a compact cassette.

Rather and return
Rather than return to her Roman Catholic brother James Francis Edward Stuart, the English Parliament decided that Sophia of Hanover and her descendants should succeed ( Act of Settlement 1701 ).
Rather than risk the possible return of James Francis Edward Stuart, then living in France, the English parliament pressed for full union of the two countries.
Rather than return home, Ibn Battuta instead decided to continue on, choosing as his next destination the Ilkhanate, a Mongol Khanate, to the northeast.
Rather than return immediately to Austin, as their orders specified, Bowie and Fannin instead sent a courier to bring Austin directions to Concepción.
* his return to the airwaves on September 17, 2001 following the September 11 attacks in a show that featured Dan Rather, Regis Philbin, The Boys ' Choir of Harlem, and Odetta — it was " hailed by the New York Daily News as ' one of the purest, most honest and important moments in TV history '.
Rather than return to Galehaut's court, Lancelot remains at the Round Table.
Rather than an outright unconditional surrender, Burgoyne had agreed to a Convention that involved his men surrendering their weapons, and returning to Europe with a pledge not to return to North America.
Rather than return to report their failure, the Byzantine army rebelled, overthrowing their admiral and naming a Germanic sailor named Apsimaros as their leader.
Rather than relocate, the businessman left the state never to return.
Rather than take an independent four months journey to Lhasa, they waited eight months for a Tibetan embassy expected to return from Peking.
Rather than return to the army under another alias or as Frank Thompson, risking execution for desertion, she decided to serve as a female nurse at a Washington, D. C. hospital for wounded soldiers run by the United States Christian Commission.
Rather than return home, Gouzenko defected with documents claiming to show evidence of a massive Soviet spy ring operating in Canada.
Rather than inform on her, Miguel took the blame and chose to return to Spain.
Rather,the governments never intended that the children should ever return ’.
Rather than take the long detour down the Clarks Fork River to return to Billings, Sheridan took the advice of an old hunter named Greer, who claimed intimate knowledge of the Beartooth Mountains.
Rather than return to Britain he went to Bratislava, which was then in Czechoslovakia.
Rather than having a small number of registers, for example only an AX and BX register in the case of the HP 1000, operands would be pushed on the same stack used to store local variables and return addresses.
Rather than return to the squadron, Hornblower sends the brig back with a prize crew and the news.
Rather than using the more contemporary through-composed style, Menotti chose to return to the 18th century opera buffa method of composing set numbers, a format which worked well on the radio.
Rather moody but absolutely honorable and reliable, he fought alongside Christof until he meets his tragic destiny upon his return to Prague from Vienna.
Rather than return to school, he escapes into the bohemian underworld of Manhattan, hiding out with Rachel and her friend Russel.
Rather than return empty pawed, Bragoon and Saro tell the young ones to wait outside while they write their own cure, essentially saying that one just needs faith in oneself.
Rather than keep his fateful appointment, Petipa quickly left Spain, never to return.
Rather than return and face imprisonment, Farah began a self-imposed exile that would last for twenty-two years, teaching in the United States, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Sudan, India and Nigeria.

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