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Similarly and soul
Similarly, in regard to passages from the Enneads, " The only space or place of the world is the soul " and " Time must not be assumed to exist outside the soul ", Ludwig Noiré wrote: " For the first time in Western philosophy we find idealism proper in Plotinus, However, Plotinus does not address whether we know external objects, unlike Schopenhauer and other modern philosophers.
Similarly, when one acts without attachment and aversion there will be no further karmic bonding to the soul.
Similarly, the Sly and the Family Stone sound was a melting pot, or stew, of many influences and cultures, including James Brown proto-funk, Motown pop, Stax soul, Broadway showtunes, and psychedelic rock music.
Similarly, when Italy was reduced to 10 men in the 50th minute of the 2006 FIFA World Cup 2nd round match against Australia, coach Marcello Lippi changed the Italian's formation to a defensive orientation which caused the British newspaper The Guardian to note that " the timidity of Italy's approach had made it seem that Helenio Herrera, the high priest of Catenaccio, had taken possession of the soul of Marcello Lippi.
Similarly, in Twisted Metal 2, he could not prevent Shadow from taking his soul as revenge for all the people who died due to the Twisted Metal competition.
Similarly, Roger of Hoveden, a twelfth century chronicler, deliberately drew comparisons in his description of " The King of France ( Philip II Augustus ) loved him ( Richard the Lionheart ) as his own soul.
Similarly, he argues that the person is conceived as a unique individual ( as in the proverb " antelope's soul is one, duiker's another "), so that each individual is self-complete, and the reality of the person cannot be derivative and posterior to that of the community.
Similarly, according to the panentheistic / pantheistic view, Spirit equates to essence that can manifest itself as mind / soul through any level in pantheistic hierarchy / holarchy, such as through a mind / soul of a single cell ( with very primitive, elemental consciousness ), or through a human or animal mind / soul ( with consciousness on a level of organic synergy of an individual human / animal ), or through a ( superior ) mind / soul with synergetically extremely complex / sophisticated consciousness of whole galaxies involving all sub-levels, all emanating ( since the superior mind / soul operates non-dimensionally, or trans-dimensionally ) from the one Spirit.
Similarly, author Darlene Wade connects the song's lyrical content to the power within the soul, however also with the inclusion of God.
" Similarly, Barsam describes the film as arguing that " Jews are criminals ;... they have no soul ;... they are different in every way ;... killing them is not a crime, but a necessity — just as killing rats is a necessity to preserve health and cleanliness.
Similarly, the romantic songs represent the soul, abandoned in this world by that cruel and cavalier lover, God, singing of the agony of separation, and the depth of its yearning for reunion.

Similarly and each
Similarly, if the equivalents for the forms of a word do not vary, the equivalents need be entered only once with an indication that they apply to each form.
Similarly, the American Cancer Society ( ACS ), the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, and the BBB have each stated lately that medical quackery is at a new high.
Similarly, all the statements listed below which require choice or some weaker version thereof for their proof are unprovable in ZF, but since each is provable in ZF plus the axiom of choice, there are models of ZF in which each statement is true.
Similarly, arbitrage affects the difference in interest rates paid on government bonds issued by the various countries, given the expected depreciations in the currencies relative to each other ( see interest rate parity ).
Similarly, they should not act as directors of competing companies, as their duties to each company would then conflict with each other.
Similarly, in radio CDMA, each group of users is given a shared code.
Similarly, since it consists of an estimated 2. 3 million blocks, completing the building in 20 years would involve moving an average of more than 12 of the blocks into place each hour, day and night.
Similarly, in an edict of the Emperor Diocletian from AD 303, which set maximum prices of goods and services, the price of saddles, halters, and bridles are enumerated, as well as the price of a veterinarian for " cutting the hair and hoof of each animal.
Similarly, Georgiy Starostin ( 2002 ) arrives at a tripartite overall grouping: he considers Afroasiatic, Nostratic and Elamite to be roughly equidistant and more closely related to each other than to anything else.
Similarly, if there are several particles, the momentum exchanged between each pair of particles adds up to zero, so the total change in momentum is zero.
Similarly, Georgiy Starostin ( 2002 ) arrives at a tripartite overall grouping: he considers Afroasiatic, Nostratic and Elamite to be roughly equidistant and more closely related to each other than to anything else.
Similarly, we have that NC is equivalent to the problems solvable on an alternating Turing machine restricted to at most two options at each step with space and alternations.
Similarly, a full house tends to occur more often than a flush in a piquet deck, due to the increased frequency of each playing card rank, creating a change in poker combination ranking.
Similarly, in the power formulation, power can be distributed by generating a set of rays from the radiating element in the same way, and spreading the power to be distributed equally between each element a ray hits.
Similarly, a National Champion in each class is awarded by winning the class at the National Championship ( usually referred to as " Nationals ") held in September.
Similarly, each abnormally low breathing event is called a hypopnea.
Similarly, for every point below 9 possessed in each of these attributes, the character receives a one-point penalty.
Similarly, the two low waters each day are the higher low water and the lower low water.
Similarly, the tailings from each stage are returned to the previous stage for further processing.
Similarly, water and hexane ( or vinegar and vegetable oil ) are not miscible with each other and will quickly separate into two layers even after being shaken well.
Similarly, many consider the events of each historical Pentecost to be the birthday of each religion respectively.
Similarly, Nancy Drew mystery books are published as though they were written by Carolyn Keene, The Hardy Boys books are published as the work of Franklin W. Dixon, and The Bobbsey Twins series are credited to Laura Lee Hope, although several authors have been involved in each series.

Similarly and living
" Similarly, the Nazis promoted territorial expansionism to provide Lebensraum (" living space ") to the German nation.
Similarly, an organism living in a demersal habitat is said to be a demersal organism, as in demersal fish.
Similarly, they were, at one time or another, at war with virtually every other Native American group living in the Great Plains, leaving opportunities for political maneuvering by European colonial powers and the United States.
Similarly, governmental policies in Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Iraq, Tunisia, oil production Arab states of the Persian Gulf and Libya, as well as a desire for improved standards of living, effectively led most Bedouin to become settled citizens of various nations, rather than stateless nomadic herders.
Similarly, " God's Children " and " Apeman " ( both 1970 ), and the songs " 20th Century Man ", " Complicated Life " and " Here Come the People in Grey " from Muswell Hillbillies ( 1971 ), passionately decried industrialization and bureaucracy in favour of simple pastoral living.
Similarly, in section 8 housing, families with this voucher can only use the voucher to pay a portion of their living costs in specified units or in a private sector.
Similarly, Shahn ’ s New Deal art for the FSA and Resettlement Agency exposed American living and working conditions.
Similarly, the Greek historian Agatharchides describes what may have been chimpanzees as tribes of agile, promiscuous " seed-eaters " and " wood-eaters " living in Ethiopia.
Similarly, Dobash and Dobash claim that " Men who assault their wives are actually living up to cultural prescriptions that are cherished in Western society -- aggressiveness, male dominance and female subordination -- and they are using physical force as a means to enforce that dominance ", while Walker claims that men exhibit a " socialized androcentric need for power ".
Similarly, living among the urban people was at variance with life among the tribal and rural peoples of the north.
Similarly, the use of non-human animals for food, clothing, entertainment, or testing represents the commodification of other living beings.
Similarly, some symbionts, such as small crabs, living within the complex structures of branching corals may ward off the starfish as it seeks to spread its stomach over the coral surface.
Similarly, other European immigrant families had already settled in nearby suburbs such as Osborne Park, who made their living as market gardeners.
Similarly, some Giáy of Vietnam report that they have relatives still living in Hekou, Yunnan province, China ( Edmondson & Gregerson 2001 ).
Similarly, people living in the tribal and far-flung areas far from conventional educational institutions, have an opportunity to be educated.
Similarly, a growing number of French-speaking intellectuals and academics state that French-speakers living in the Flemish region should stop behaving as if they are not in Flanders and thus vote for the Flemish electoral college.
Similarly, in Turkish the language is called Rumca, derived from the Turkish word Rum denoting ethnic Greeks living in Turkey in general ; this term also comprises other Greek speakers in Turkey such as those from Istanbul or Smyrna who speak a language close to Standard Modern Greek.
Similarly, in 1934, 400 company employees inhabited Kohler, Wisconsin ( a company town ), but 150 of them were single men living in dormitories.
Similarly, in England, " people living in deprived areas were found to receive around 70 % less provision relative to need compared with the most affluent areas for both knee and hip replacements.
Similarly, Ragnar Nurkse ( 1953 ) argued that the exposure of a society to new goods or ways of living creates unhappiness with what had previously been acceptable consumption practices ; he dubbed it the " international demonstration effect.
Similarly, a sombrero-clad Mexican living to the southwest might suddenly wake up from his siesta and toss a bomb into Texas, result being the same.

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