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They react in obedience to an instinct or urge which has itself been impelled by natural law.
from Brown Corpus
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They and react
They react to a perceived widening gap between the modern Western way of living that destroys nature and the traditional way of living that is thought to be more in harmony with nature.
They are soluble in water ; have an astringent, acid, and sweetish taste ; react acid to litmus ; and crystallize in regular octahedra.
They should see relatively little fielding action with plenty of time to react, allowing them to rest between overs.
They react by removing the intrusion points exploited by a modchip from subsequent hardware or software versions, changing the PCB layout the modchips are customized for, or by having the firmware or software detect an installed modchip and refuse operation as a consequence.
They also often train subjects how to respond or react in a trial training session prior to the scanning one.
They use their urine to scent mark, and experiments have shown that they react to one another's marks, although in males the hormone testosterone may suppress their sense of smell somewhat.
They were rebuffed in their efforts to coordinate a united Southern response and focused on how their state, by itself, would react.
They are found to be highly dynamic regions, which readily rearrange or react, so that energy is often reduced by such processes as passivation or adsorption.
They asked her awkward questions and he wondered how they would react if he invited a famous person to his home.
They come in three major classes based on the color that they produce when they react with the primary intermediate.
They need not be igneous in origin ; two adjacent sedimentary layers such as a banded iron formation and a limestone may react to exchange metals and fluids during metamorphism, creating a skarn.
They react with shock and bewilderment, given that they have no clear memory of having known each other, let alone having had a relationship and having had their memories erased.
They are lachrymatory because they can react with water at the surface of the eye producing hydrochloric and organic acids irritating to the eye.
They are among the more suitable tegus for pets, and can be easily tamed but in the wild will either try to run away or react aggressively if provoked.
They and obedience
They emerged as interchangeable cogs in a faulty but formidable machine: shaved nearly naked, hair queued, greatcoated, jackbooted, and best of all -- in the opinion of the British professional, Major Semple-Lisle -- `` their minds are not estranged from the paths of obedience by those smatterings of knowledge which only serve to lead to insubordination and mutiny ''.
They do not believe we can be sure of being saved, believing instead that salvation comes as a result of a life of obedience to the commands of Christ After death, believers are in a state of non-existence, knowing nothing until the Resurrection at the return of Christ.
They rank 49th in Stanley Coren's Intelligence of Dogs, being of average working and obedience intelligence.
They allow him, when he wills it, to command the obedience of those who hear and comprehend his words.
They rank 45th in Stanley Coren's The Intelligence of Dogs, being of average working / obedience intelligence.
They rank 37th in Stanley Coren's The Intelligence of Dogs, being of above average working / obedience intelligence.
They worked on basic military drills, protocol, and habits involving conduct, obedience and etiquette.
They agreed to stay for several more weeks to hear the Vajrayana teachings, with Trungpa's promise that " there would be no more incidents ," and Merwin and Naone's assertion that " it would be with no guarantees of obedience, trust, or personal devotion to him.
They rank 78 out of 80 in Stanley Coren's The Intelligence of Dogs, holding the lowest degree of working / obedience intelligence.
They technically remain a member of their institute of consecrated life and thus under obedience to their religious superior.
They were developed to be gentle and loving, able to work with animals and children, while still possessing a trainable drive for working applications, such as assistive service, obedience, or herding.
They believed that obedience to the caliph is binding as long as he is managing the affairs with justice and consultation, but if he deviates, then it becomes obligatory to confront him, demote him and even kill him.
They accepted the authority of the British crown in Canada, defended its legitimacy, and preached obedience to the British ruler.
They showed a Protestant religious tone and " promoted the principles of hard work, obedience, generosity, humility, and piety ; trumpeted the benefits of family cohesion ; and furnished mild adventure stories, innocent entertainment, and instruction.
They rank 18th in Stanley Coren's The Intelligence of Dogs, being of excellent working / obedience intelligence.
They are especially popular in dog agility, and do well in other dog sports including herding, obedience, disc dog, flyball and many other activities.
They are loving, independent, and intelligent and are easily trained in obedience and agility skills.
They rank 53rd in Stanley Coren's The Intelligence of Dogs, being of average working / obedience intelligence.