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In any inquiry into the way in which great literature affects the emotions, particularly with respect to the sense of harmony, or relief of tension, or sense of `` a transformed inner nature '' which may occur, a most careful exploration of the particular feature of the experience which produces the effect would be required.
By dealing with common landscape in an uncommon way, Roy Mason has found a particular niche in American landscape art.
In modern times, some idioms refer to the ocean in a humorously diminutive way as the Pond, describing both the geographical and cultural divide between North America and Europe, in particular between the English-speaking nations of both continents.
When looking at variations it needs to be kept in mind that different groups of people do not always sign one way and not the other, rather they prefer and use a particular form of a sign more often.
The back and sides of a particular guitar are typically made of the same wood ; Brazilian or East Indian rosewood and Honduras mahogany are traditional choices, however, maple has been prized for the figuring that can be seen when it is cut in a certain way ( such as " flame " and " quilt " patterns ).
For the non-univocal agent is the universal cause of the whole species, as for instance the sun is the cause of the generation of all men ; whereas the univocal agent is not the universal efficient cause of the whole species ( otherwise it would be the cause of itself, since it is contained in the species ), but is a particular cause of this individual which it places under the species by way of participation.
In particular, 1 Kings 18: 7-8 reads: And as Obadiah was in the way, behold, Elijah met him: and he knew him, and fell on his face, and said, Art thou that my lord Elijah?
In principle, a BIOS in ROM is customized to the particular manufacturer's hardware, allowing low-level services ( such as reading a keystroke or writing a sector of data to diskette ) to be provided in a standardized way to an operating system.
In particular he canvassed the support of the young post-war university students and recent graduates, appealing to younger voters in a way that many of his recent predecessors had not, and asserting a new strand of Liberalism for the post-war world.
Directors cannot, without the consent of the company, fetter their discretion in relation to the exercise of their powers, and cannot bind themselves to vote in a particular way at future board meetings.
However, this method of designing custom CPUs for a particular application has largely given way to the development of mass-produced processors that are made for many purposes.
One of the earliest articulations of the anthropological meaning of the term " culture " came from Sir Edward Tylor who writes on the first page of his 1897 book: “ Culture, or civilization, taken in its broad, ethnographic sense, is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society .” The term " civilization " later gave way to definitions by V. Gordon Childe, with culture forming an umbrella term and civilization becoming a particular kind of culture.
The three main types of monism are physicalism ( which holds that the mind consists of matter organized in a particular way ), idealism ( which holds that only thought truly exists and matter is merely an illusion ), and neutral monism ( which holds that both mind and matter are aspects of a distinct essence that is itself identical to neither of them ).
Category theory is an area of study in mathematics that examines in an abstract way the properties of particular mathematical concepts, by formalising them as collections of objects and arrows ( also called morphisms, although this term also has a specific, non category-theoretical meaning ), where these collections satisfy some basic conditions.
At the other extreme of the spectrum one finds attempts to use coercion altruistically, as a pedagogical device to improve – in some supposedly objective sense – the way other people think, with particular regard to their basic attitudes and values.
There is, however, no pre-1858 Irish document that describes the way game was played, in particular there is no reference to the distinctive croquet stroke.
They maintain that, to determine such families, five criteria should be taken into account, in particular: the historical background, the characteristic way of thought, the different institutions, the recognized sources of law, and the dominant ideology.
Stated another way, the instance is a particular input to the problem, and the solution is the output corresponding to the given input.
A similar way to state this is that to ask for one particular piece of evidence in favor of a conclusion is a flawed question.
Ironically, although the ID tags include religion as a way of ensuring that religious needs will be met, some personnel have them reissued without religious affiliation listed — or keep two sets, one with the designation and one without — out of fear that identification as a member of a particular religion could increase the danger to their welfare or their lives if they fell into enemy hands.
In particular, mind-body dualism claims that neither the mind nor matter can be reduced to each other in any way, and thus is opposed to materialism in general, and reductive materialism in particular.
In computer science, a data structure is a particular way of storing and organizing data in a computer so that it can be used efficiently.
Linking a particular generic function to a method in a class is accomplished this way:
A design pattern in architecture and computer science is a formal way of documenting a solution to a design problem in a particular field of expertise.

particular and definition
The appellate court will typically be deferential to the lower court's findings of fact ( such as whether a defendant committed a particular act ), unless clearly erroneous, and so will focus on the court's application of the law to those facts ( such as whether the act found by the court to have occurred fits a legal definition at issue ).
The 1976 definition of the astronomical unit was incomplete, in particular because it does not specify the frame of reference in which time is to be measured, but proved practical for the calculation of ephemerides: a fuller definition that is consistent with general relativity was proposed, and " vigorous debate " ensued until in August 2012 the International Astronomical Union adopted the current definition of 1 astronomical unit = 149597870700 meters.
Heschel then goes on to explore the problems of doubts and faith ; what Judaism means by teaching that God is one ; the essence of humanity and the problem of human needs ; the definition of religion in general and of Judaism in particular ; and human yearning for spirituality.
Certain rules have traditionally been given for this particular type of definition.
Robbins describes the definition as not classificatory in " pick out certain kinds of behaviour " but rather analytical in " focus attention on a particular aspect of behaviour, the form imposed by the influence of scarcity.
Among economists more generally, it argues that a particular definition presented may reflect the direction toward which the author believes economics is evolving, or should evolve.
Yet another equivalent definition of the ellipse is that it is the set of points that are equidistant from one point in the plane ( a focus ) and a particular circle, the directrix circle ( whose center is the other focus ).
By an abuse of the definition, a particular formal language is often thought of as being equipped with a formal grammar that describes it.
Moore asserted that philosophical arguments can suffer from a confusion between the use of a term in a particular argument and the definition of that term ( in all arguments ).
This comes in contrast with the direct meaning of the notion of semantic consequence, that quantifies over all structures in a particular language, which is clearly not a recursive definition.
In this definition, references to the way or ways in which an offence is triable are to be construed without regard to the effect, if any, of section 22 of the Magistrates ' Courts Act 1980 on the mode of trial in a particular case.
The bull of definition of the dogma, Ineffabilis Deus, mentioned in particular the patrististic interpretation of as referring to a woman, Mary, who would be eternally at enmity with the evil serpent and completely triumphing over him.
This definition stresses the fact that human languages can be described as closed structural systems consisting of rules that relate particular signs to particular meanings.
However, the standard definition of libre requires that a work be free from a particular set of permission restrictions ; some works that qualify as libre open access would not qualify as libre ( for example, those with a Creative Commons NonCommercial or NoDerivatives licence term ).
In 2001, David Wiley criticized learning object theory in his paper, The Reusability Paradox which is summarized by D ' Arcy Norman as, If a learning object is useful in a particular context, by definition it is not reusable in a different context.
The exact number of known living languages will vary from 5, 000 to 10, 000, depending generally on the precision of one's definition of " language ", and in particular on how one classifies dialects.
* The Islamic calendar has retained an observational definition of the new moon, marking the new month when the first crescent moon is actually seen, and making it impossible to be certain in advance of when a specific month will begin ( in particular, the exact date on which Ramadan will begin is not known in advance ).
The book " Archbold " said that it appears to be immaterial whether the court, before which the statement is made, has jurisdiction in the particular cause in which the statement is made, because there is no express requirement in the Act that the court be one of " competent jurisdiction " and because the definition in section 1 ( 2 ) does not appear to require this by implication either.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the definition of the word privy in Privy Council is an obsolete one meaning " of or pertaining exclusively to a particular person or persons, one's own ;" hence the council is personal to the sovereign.
* Choice Corollary: People choose for themselves the particular alternative in a dichotomized construct through which they anticipate the greater possibility for extension and definition of their system.
He argued, back in 1871, that narrowing the definition to mean the belief in a supreme deity or judgment after death or idolatry and so on, would exclude many peoples from the category of religious, and thus " has the fault of identifying religion rather with particular developments than with the deeper motive which underlies them ".
The third definition attempts to distinguish shamans from other magico-religious specialists who are believed to contact spirits, such as " mediums ", " witch doctors ", " spiritual healers " or " prophets ", by claiming that they undertake a particular technique not used by the others.

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