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Some association members of Central American Real Estate Associations who are practicing agents and are involved in real life transactions on a daily basis have expressed their concern in the sense that at the moment of ethical conflicts with foreign colleagues, they have not had at hand any practical instrument that can serve to resolve ethical conflicts ( even though agreements that make reference to code of ethics do exist ).
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Some Western modern occultists equate the Chinese classical element of metal with air, others with wood due to the elemental association of wind and wood in the ba gua.
Some English government officials felt that Louis Bonaparte was seeking foreign adventure in the spirit of his uncle — Napoleon I. Consequently, these officials felt that any close association with Louis Bonaparte would eventually lead Britain into another series of wars, like the wars with France and Napoleon dating from 1793 until 1815.
Some commentators do not identify Proudhon as an individualist anarchist due to his preference for association in large industries, rather than individual control.
Some individualist anarchists, such as Benjamin Tucker, were influenced by Proudhon's Mutualism, but unlike Proudhon, they did not call for " association " in large enterprises.
Some martial arts are considered ' traditional ' and are tied to an ethnic, cultural or religious background, while others are modern systems developed either by a founder or an association.
Some used the supposed association of society with Nazism as an argument against any peaceful approaches:
Some religious groups argue that secular humanism — and, by association, secularism — have a religion-like legal status despite the separation of church and state, that secularism in government and in the schools constitutes state favoritism towards a particular religion ( namely, the denial of theism ), and a double standard is used in granting protections to these groups.
Some evidence exists that Barbados may not have been settled in the second millennium BC, but this is limited to fragments of conch lip adzes found in association with shells radiocarbon dated to c. 1630 BC.
Some of the more prominent members of the association were Dr. G. G. Bradley, Master of University College, T. H. Green, a prominent liberal philosopher and Fellow of Balliol College, and Edward Stuart Talbot, Warden of Keble College.
Some buildings of Teekkarikylä are owned by the student association of Aalto University AYY ; others are owned by HOAS.
Some of the most important political-pressure groups in Argentina include: the Argentine Association of Pharmaceutical Labs ( CILFA ); the Argentine Industrial Union ( manufacturers ' association ); Argentine Rural Society ( large landowners ' association ); the Armed Forces ; the General Confederation of Labor or CGT ( Peronist-leaning umbrella labor organization ); the Roman Catholic Church ; students.
Some ammonites have been found in association with a single horny plate or a pair of calcitic plates.
Some paramedics have begun to specialize their practice, frequently in association with the environment in which they will work.
Some of the shorter routes were formed more to generate revenues for a trail association rather than for their value as a route between significant locations.
Some of them also mention Seleucus in association with his son Antiochus as king, which would also imply a date as late as 293 BC.
Some scholars specifically identify her as a horse goddess cognate to Gaulish Epona, because of Rhiannon's close association with horses in the first part of the story.
Some UDA members disliked his overt association with the drugs trade, which the LVF were even more heavily involved with.
Some months later, pictures appeared in the tabloid media of the Duchess in intimate association with her financial advisor at the time, John Bryan, which effectively ended any hopes of a reconciliation between the Duke and Duchess.
She continued her association with the group until the final issue of the Some Imagist Poets anthology in 1917.
In 2007, John Borack published Shake Some Action: The Ultimate Power Pop Guide in association with power pop label-retailer Not Lame Recordings.
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Some years ago Julian Huxley proposed to an audience made up of members of the British Association for the Advancement of Science that `` man's supernormal or extra-sensory faculties are ( now ) in the same case as were his mathematical faculties during the ice age ''.
Some members of the organization called attention also to the article on hymns of inspiration, the Daily Prayer and Three Minutes A Day, as being very helpful.
Some faculty members and many administrators oppose faculty review groups because they either repeat department's actions or act pro forma.
Some members of the bee family have become idlers, social parasites that live at the expense of their hardworking relatives.
Some members of the genera Ambystoma and Dicamptodon have larvae that never fully develop into the adult form but this varies with species and with populations.
Some members provide products including cooking oils, lettuce, sunflower seeds, artichokes, sweetening agents, coffee substitutes and teas.
Some scholars have speculated that members of the Alemannic elite such as king Gibuld due to Visigothic influence may have been converted to Arianism even in the later 5th century.
) Some observers argue that, while academicians often perceive themselves as members of an elite, their influence is mostly imaginary: " Professors of humanities, with all their leftist fantasies, have little direct knowledge of American life and no impact whatever on public policy.
Some ANC members were upset by the actions of the MK, and refused to accept violence as necessary for the ending of Apartheid, but these individuals became a minority as the militant leaders such as Nelson Mandela gained significant popularity.
Some members of the Council, such as Pedrizzi and Mantovano were described as members of an unofficial Catholic Right faction.
Some bar associations are responsible for the regulation of the legal profession in their jurisdiction ; others are professional organizations dedicated to serving their members ; in many cases, they are both
Some members of the laurel family, as well as the unrelated but visually similar mountain laurel and cherry laurel, have leaves that are poisonous to humans and livestock.
Some even provided gateways, such as UFGATE, by which members could send / receive e-mail to / from the Internet via UUCP, and many FidoNet discussion groups were shared via Usenet.
Some extinct members of the crocodilian line, a sister group to the dinosaurs and birds, also evolved bipedal forms-a crocodile relative from the triassic, Effigia okeeffeae, is believed to be bipedal.
Some sponsoring agencies use Citizen Corps grant funds to purchase response tools and equipment for their members and team ( s ) ( subject to Stafford Act limitations ).
Some delegates objected to the establishment of the Politburo, and in response, the Politburo became responsible to the Central Committee, and Central Committee members could participate in Politburo sessions with a consultative voice, but could not vote unless they were members.