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The latter is illustrated by the saying " All tools can be used as hammers.
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As it is, they consider that the North is now reaping the fruits of excess egalitarianism, that in spite of its high standard of living the `` American way '' has been proved inferior to the English and Scandinavian ways, although they disapprove of the socialistic features of the latter.
So great a man could not but understand, too, that the thing that moves men to sacrifice their lives is not the error of their thought, which their opponents see and attack, but the truth which the latter do not see -- any more than they see the error which mars the truth they themselves defend.
This strange person quarrels with a cyclist because the latter is using the path rather than the highroad.
However, it is important to trace the philosophy of the French Revolution to its sources to understand the common democratic origin of individualism and socialism and the influence of the latter on the former.
Analogously, anyone who argues that Einstein's theory of gravitation is simpler than Newton's, must say rather more to explain how it is that the latter is mastered by student-physicists, while the former can be managed ( with difficulty ) only by accomplished experts.
In the latter research program, information is available for 2,758 Cornell students surveyed in 1950 and for 1,571 students surveyed in 1952.
Nogaret is hardly an impartial witness, and even he did not make his charges against Boniface until the latter was dead, but there is some truth in what he said and more in what he did not say.
And, after becoming the right-hand man of Enver Pasha, he is sent by the latter to pave the way for a new Turkish Empire embracing `` the union of all Turks throughout Central Asia from Adrianople to the Chinese oases on the Silk Trade Route ''.
and it is still very far from certain how valid the party's claim is that in `` a growing number of kolkhozes '' the peasants are finding it more profitable, to surrender their private plots to the kolkhoz and to let the latter be turned into something increasingly like a state farm.
The location of the latter now is determined for tax purposes at the time of registration, and it is now accepted practice to consider a motor vehicle as being situated where it is garaged.
Data on the former are scanty, but there can be little doubt that the latter is sometimes born at a length greater than that of any of the others, thereby lending support to the belief that the anaconda does, indeed, attain the greatest length.
the former figure is based on a somewhat unusual birth of four by a Central American female ( see chapter on Laying, Brooding, Hatching, and Birth ), the latter on a `` normal '' newly born individual.
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Returning to Italy, the most celebrated doors are those of the Battistero di San Giovanni ( Florence ), which together with the door frames are all in bronze, the borders of the latter being perhaps the most remarkable: the modeling of the figures, birds and foliage of the south doorway, by Andrea Pisano ( 1330 ), and of the east doorway by Ghiberti ( 1425 – 1452 ), are of great beauty ; in the north door ( 1402 – 1424 ) Ghiberti adopted the same scheme of design for the paneling and figure subjects in them as Andrea Pisano, but in the east door the rectangular panels are all filled, with bas-reliefs, in which Scripture subjects are illustrated with innumerable figures, these being probably the gates of Paradise of which Michelangelo speaks.
The latter, regarding the Jesuit order, illustrated his lifelong admiration for the Catholic Church.
The medieval castle had been replaced after the Civil War and again rebuilt in the romantic style illustrated between 1799 and 1816, but in the latter year it had been almost destroyed by a fire.
Besides many illustrated editions of standard works, including in 1842 an edition of the works of William Shakespeare entitled The Pictorial Shakspere, which had appeared in parts ( 1838 – 1841 ), Knight published a variety of illustrated works, such as Old England and The Land we Live in and The Pictorial Gallery of Arts-Useful Arts, the latter based on the Great Exhibition of 1851.
In Antarctica, the differences between true seals and sea lions are illustrated: the former don't have the external ears or the mobility on land of the latter.
This latter argument can be best illustrated by the words of Thomas R. Dye, the president of the Lincoln Center for Public Service, who wrote in his book ` Understanding Public Policy ´ the following passage:
Troubled Souls was Ennis's comics debut, and led to a sequel, For a Few Troubles More, and a religious satire, True Faith, the latter illustrated by Warren Pleece.
The publication was continued by Henri Agasse, Panckoucke's son-in-law, from 1794 to 1813, and then by the latter ´ s widow, Mme Agasse, until 1832, when it was completed in 102 livraisons or 337 parts, forming roughly 166½ volumes of text ( depending on how the parts were bound ) as well as 51 illustrated parts containing 6, 439 plates.
His connection with Cock and Titian is pleasantly illustrated in a letter addressed to the latter by Dominick Lampson of Liège in 1567.
Toward the latter end of that year, Storer wrote the Life and Death of Cardinal Wolsey — a piece which illustrated his tendency to adopt historical events as the material for his poetry.
Among the books he illustrated are The Wolfling and Rascal by Sterling North ( the latter of which received a Newbery Honor ) and The Illustrated Dune by Frank Herbert.
The chest illustrated at right would be described as a ' 5 over 2 chest-on-chest ', the latter term deriving from the fact that at one time it would have been made as 2 separable pieces.
During these years, the college's art program expanded to include other arts and crafts, such as illustrated bookplates, jewelry, embroidery, and hand-bound books, the latter often given embossed leather covers and elaborate clasps.
This is illustrated in the example of Zhang learning Kongxing's Dragon Claw Hand after watching the latter demonstrate it once, while it took Kongxing more than ten years to master the Dragon Claw Hand.
The castle had been rebuilt in the romantic style illustrated between 1799 and 1816, but in the latter year it had been almost destroyed by a fire.
He illustrated casuistry by citing mostly Jesuitic texts allowing excuses to abstain from fasting ( citing Vincenzo Filliucci's Moralium quaestionum de christianis officiis et casibus conscientiae ... tomus, Lyon, 1622 ; often cited by Escobar ); from giving to the poor ( indirectly citing Gabriel Vasquez from Diana ; for a monk temporarily defrocking himself to go to the brothel ( citing an exact quote of Sanchez from Escobar, who was curving around Pius IV's Contra sollicitantes and Pius V's Contra clericos papal bulls, the latter directed against sodomite clergy )); in the Seventh Letter, propositions allowing homicides ( even to the clergy ) and duels as long as the intention is not directed for revenge ; others permitting corruption of judges as long as it is not intended as corruption ; others allowing usury or Mohatra contracts ; casuistic propositions allowing robbery and stealing from one's master ; others allowing lying through the use of rhetorical " mental reservation " ( restrictio mentalis ; for instance: saying, loudly " I swear that ...", silently " I said that ...", and loudly again the object of the pledge ) and equivocations.
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Those three other great activities of the Persians, the bath, the teahouse, and the zur khaneh ( the latter a kind of club in which a leader and a group of men in an octagonal pit move through a rite of calisthenics, dance, chanted poetry, and music ), do not take place in buildings to which entrance tickets are sold, but some of them occupy splendid examples of Persian domestic architecture: long, domed, chalk-white rooms with daises of turquoise tile, their end walls cut through to the orchards and the sky by open arches.
The latter in turn assured him that `` were I arraigned at the bar, and you my judge, I should expect to stand or fall only by the merits of my cause ''.
The latter tried to arbitrate through a delegation from Providence, which offer was declined by the invaders.
But Morgan did not leave before he had written a letter to a William Pickman in Salem, Massachusetts, apparently an acquaintance, praising Washington and saying that the slanders propagated about him were `` opposed by the general current of the people to exalt General Gates at the expense of General Washington was injurious to the latter.
In all the talk of feudal rights, the knights and bishops must never forget the woolworkers, nor was it easy to do so, for all along the road to Italy they passed the Florentine pack trains going home with their loads of raw wool from England and rough Flemish cloth, the former to be spun and woven by the Arte Della Lana and the latter to be refined and dyed by the Arte Della Calimala with the pigment recently discovered in Asia Minor by one of their members, Bernardo Rucellai, the secret of which they jealously kept for themselves.
The first time I saw the latter filly she trotted by me and I noticed such a family resemblance that I said to myself, `` that must be Hickory Ash ''.
The latter measures the heat carried away by the bloodstream as an indication of the velocity of the blood flow.
The latter jobs include major management responsibilities and have been filled by those who have come up primarily through the engineering-management side.
During the latter procedure the temperature was maintained at 2-degrees-C by surrounding the apparatus with ice.
On the other hand, the null space of Af and the null space of Af together span V, the former being the subspace spanned by Af and the latter the subspace spanned by Af and Af.
The latter theorem has been generalized by Yamabe and Yujobo, and Cairns to show that in Af there are families of such cubes.
At the central level the scrutin uninominal voting system was selected over some form of the scrutin de liste system, even though the latter had been recommended by Duverger and favored by all political parties.
The latter now furnishes the area with electricity distributed from a modern sub-station at Manchester Depot which was put into operation February 19, 1930 and was improved in January 1942 by the installation of larger transformers.
the former contains no poem dated before 1909 - 10 -- that is, no poem from a period covered by a previous volume -- and the latter has only a few such.
-- The crystallization of copolymers comprising Af units interspersed with a minor percentage of Af is limited by the inability of the crystal lattice characteristic of the former to accommodate the bulky side group of the latter.
If the latter knows nothing about the absent sitter except his name ( given by the experimenter ), he cannot possibly give any clues, conscious or unconscious, far less ask leading questions.
The latter, members of two regiments of Swiss mercenaries transported by Great Britain to Canada to fight the Americans in the War of 1812, had settled in Montreal and Kingston at the close of the war in 1815.