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Thus, referring to Paul McCartney in King George ( I need a McCartney song ); in 27 Years, where they make reference to a famous song of his: Band on the Run, and in their latest album, Follow The City Lights, one of the songs which is called ' Dear McCartney '.
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Thus and referring
Thus he may be referring to some concrete thing, or incident, in his immediate environment by some symbolic-sounding, hyperbolic reference to transcendental events on the global scene.
Thus literary criticism became highly theoretical and some of those practicing it began referring to the theoretical dimension of their work as " critical theory "-a philosophically inspired theory of literary criticism.
Thus, living birds were divided into carinates ( keeled ) and ratites ( from ratis, " raft ", referring to the flatness of the sternum ).
Thus Ockham argued that " Socrates has wisdom ", which apparently asserts the existence of a reference for " wisdom ", can be rewritten as " Socrates is wise ", which contains only the referring phrase " Socrates ".
Thus the sky might be called naturalistically él-ker “ squall-vat ” ( Markús Skeggjason: Eiríksdrápa 3 ) or described in mythical terms as Ymis haus “ Ymir ’ s skull ” ( Arnórr jarlaskáld: Magnúsdrápa 19 ), referring to the idea that the sky was made out of the skull of the primeval giant Ymir.
Thus, the use of the term " diocese " referring to geography is the most equivalent in the United Methodist Church, whereas each annual conference is part of one episcopal area ( though that area may contain more than one conference ).
Thus, he advocates the usage of both " Hmong " and " Mong " when referring to the entire ethnic group.
Thus the term heat for means that amount of energy added or removed by conduction of heat or by thermal radiation, rather than referring to a form of energy within the system.
" ( Thus, today Chinese people often refer to her as Wu Mei or Wu Meiniang ( 武媚娘 ) when they write about her youth, whereas they refer to her as Empress Wu ( 武后 ) when referring to her as empress and empress dowager and Wu Zetian ( 武則天 ) when referring to her reign as " emperor.
Thus pharmacists have a significant role in assessing medication management in patients, and in referring patients to physicians.
Thus Salar de Uyuni can be loosely translated as a salt flat with enclosures, the latter possibly referring to the " islands " of the Salar ; or as " salt flat at town named ' pen for animals '".
Thus in contemporary discussions of the accessory nerve, the common practice is to dismiss the cranial part altogether, referring to the accessory nerve specifically as the spinal accessory nerve.
Thus the term timbales is ambiguous when referring to bands playing the danzón in the 1900 – 1930 period.
Thus, to refer to Maya as Mayans would be similar to referring to Americans as Germanics because they speak a language belonging to the Germanic language family.
) Thus in parliamentary proceedings one may find, for example, a heading referring to " Act for the shirrefdome of Dumbartane " but the text " the sevine kirkis to Dumbartane schyr "
Thus slowdowns, speed ups, improvements in the education of the labor force and all sorts of things will appear as ’ technical change ’ ” Since then more specific descriptions of productivity sources have emerged referring to investment, innovations, skills, enterprise and competition ( ONS 3, 20 ).
Thus the decline of the Mauryan empire cannot be satisfactorily explained by referring to Military inactivity, Brahmin resentment, popular uprising or economic pressure.
" ( Thus perish the enemies of the Republic ), referring to how fictional character Mère Royaume poured boiling hot vegetable soup on soldiers climbing up the walls of the city.
Thus our modern day use of a name such as ' Christopher Columbus ' can be thought of as referring to Columbus through a causal chain that terminates not simply in one instance of his naming, but rather in a series of grounding uses of the name that occurred throughout his life.
Thus for example, in 1965 we find Gerd Buchdahl reporting " A Revolution in Historiography of Science " referring to the innovative studies of Thomas Kuhn and Joseph Agassi.
Thus, referring to the property of X-ray density as radiodensity appears contradictory by current knowledge, but is still used as a historical artifact.
Thus and Paul
Thus traditional exegesis supposes that after his release Paul sailed from Rome into Asia, passing Crete by the way, and that there he left Titus " to set in order the things that were wanting.
Thus, there is a good basis for affirming the straightforward and traditional claim that the Epistle to Titus was authentically written by Paul.
Thus Sir Paul McCartney's ex-wife was formally styled Lady McCartney ( rather than Lady Paul McCartney or Lady Heather McCartney ).
Thus, in the middle of 1929 he accepted Paul Tillich's offer to present an Habilitation on Kierkegaard, which Adorno eventually submitted under the title The Construction of the Aesthetic.
In the early Church the baptized were kissed by the celebrant after the ceremony, and its use was even extended as a salute to saints and religious heroes, with Crawley adding, " Thus Joseph kissed Jacob, and his disciples kissed Paul.
Thus, according to Paul L. Maier, the majority of Herod biographers and theologians hold that the Massacre of the Innocents is " legend and not historical ": Geza Vermes and E. P. Sanders, for example, regard the story as part of a creative hagiography.
Thus, in his motu proprio Summorum Pontificum of 7 July 2007, Pope Benedict XVI referred to this form of the Roman-Rite Mass by linking it with " the Roman Missal promulgated by Pope Paul VI in 1970 ".
Thus in Acts 23: 21, over forty men, enemies of Paul, bound themselves, under a curse, neither to eat nor to drink till they had slain him.
Thus writings by Antonio Rosmini-Serbati were placed on the Index in 1849 but were removed by 1855, and Pope John Paul II mentioned Rosmini's work as a significant example of " a process of philosophical enquiry which was enriched by engaging the data of faith ".
Thus Paul Cézanne although a great artist was considered too old to be represented, and his work was being handled by Ambroise Vollard at the time.
Thus there was some antagonism between the Jewish apostles Peter, James and John, and Paul the " Apostle to the Gentiles ", and this struggle continued down to the middle of the 2nd century.
Thus Paul Cartledge claims that " the history of Sparta (…) is fundamentally the history of the class struggle between the Spartans and the Helots ".
Thus a trademark of the show was slow motion shots of the lifeguards running, most notably done by Erika Eleniak, Pamela Anderson, Yasmine Bleeth, Alexandra Paul, and David Charvet along with Hasselhoff during the height of the show.
Thus Paul Signac, who helped to develop to pointillism, painted a tableau in 1905 that is now shown in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Thus, the huge Volkshalle was to dominate Berlin's new forum and north-south axis, whereas at EUR the new Church of the Saints Paul and Peter dominated the new town's decumanus.
Thus, Field of Dishonor begins with his court martial and cashiering, and continues with his decision as Lord North Hollow to take revenge upon Honor, the navy, and his former executive officer and Honor's de facto fiance, Paul Tankersley.
Thus, Pál Antal ( Hungarian ) was the same person as Paul Anton ( German ), and Miklós József was the same person as Nikolaus Josef.
Thus according to St Paul in his epistle to the Romans, non-Christians can still act according to their conscience.
Thus, the Habsburgs were interested in Frederick William I changing from the Swedish to their camp, and sent diplomat Franz Paul Freiherr von Lisola to mediate a respective settlement.
Thus as the Apostle Paul advertises that the Old Covenant of Sinai does not in itself prevent Jews from sinning and dying, and is not given to Gentiles at all ( with the notable exception of Noahide Law and the rules for proselytes in the Torah ), Christians believe the New Covenant ends the original sin and death for everyone who becomes a Christian and cannot simply be a renewal of the Mosaic Covenant since it seemingly accomplishes new things.
Thus, for instance, in June we find twenty-eight Masses for St Peter and St Paul, one after another, each headed: " Item alia "; there are fourteen for St Lawrence, twenty-three for the anniversary of a bishop's consecration, and so on.