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:" What a joy he is!
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:" What if God, choosing to show his wrath and make his power known, bore with great patience the objects of his wrath — prepared for destruction?
:" What a cleaned-up version of Sraffa ( 1926 ) establishes is how nearly empty are all of Marshall's partial equilibrium boxes.
:" Moses said to God, ' Suppose I go to the Israelites and say to them, " The God of your fathers has sent me to you ," and they ask me, ‘ What is his name ?’ Then what shall I tell them ?” God said to Moses, “ I AM WHO I AM " — Exodus 3: 13-14 ( New International Version ) ( see Tetragrammaton ).
The Italian historian Polydore Vergil said that some of the English royal council objected to the match, saying that it would bring the Stewarts directly into the line of English succession, to which the wily and astute Henry replied :" What then?
:" What we may be witnessing is not just the end of the Cold War, or the passing of a particular period of post-war history, but the end of history as such: that is, the end point of mankind's ideological evolution and the universalization of Western liberal democracy as the final form of human government.
:" What greater conceit and what greater heartlessness, can there be than to give a ' reason ' for the death and torture of millions of innocent men, women and children?
:" What do " mad cows ", people with neurodegenerative diseases, and an unusual type of inheritance in yeast have in common?
:" What " truth " or objectivity can be ascribed to this theoretic construction of the world, which presses far beyond the given, is a profound philosophical problem.
The range of differentiation goes only as far as the " All :" The Blessed One said, ' What is the All?
:" What they objected to was arbitrary obstacles, artificial limitations upon the freedom of each member of this frontier folk to work out his own career without fear or favor.
In Arabic it means :" What is taken from the Dhimmis, which is the amount of money agreed upon in the contract that gives the none-Muslim the Dhimmai status ; and it's derived from the act of the verb " reward "; as if it ( Jizya ) is a requital for not being killed.
:" and joy
:" Two days brought us to San Pedro, and two days more ( to our no small joy ) gave us our last view of that place, which was universally called the hell of California and seemed designed in every way for the wear and tear of sailors.
:" This orb of stars fixed infinitely up extends itself in altitude spherically, and therefore immovable the palace of felicity garnished with perpetual shining glorious lights innumerable, far excelling over sun both in quantity and quality the very court of celestial angels, devoid of grief and replenished with perfect endless joy, the habitacle for the elect.
:" There are no liturgical anomalies the Eucharist ; everything is in full compliance of the guidelines of the ‘ Ordo Missae .’ What I have really seen there are Eucharists celebrated without any hurry, with a great faith, and where you can perceive the joy and the thanksgiving for the gift which is being bestowed in the Eucharist .”
:" and is
:" A choice function exists in constructive mathematics, because a choice is implied by the very meaning of existence.
:" To this day Harold is not quite sure what made him suddenly pour out the whole story to a little man to whom he had only spoken a few minutes before.
:" The proudest possession of Lord Darnley is an earthenware urn containing the ashes which were presented to him by Melbourne residents when he captained the Englishmen in 1882.
Norman Steenrod characterized Lefschetz ' impact as editor as follows :" The importance to American mathematicians of a first-class journal is that it sets high standards for them to aim at.
:" The first part of our arithmetic organ ... should be a parallel storage organ which can receive a number and add it to the one already in it, which is also able to clear its contents and which can store what it contains.
Aristotle knew of this tradition when he began his Metaphysics, and had already drawn his own conclusion, which he presented under the guise of asking what being is :" And indeed the question which was raised of old is raised now and always, and is always the subject of doubt, viz., what being is, is just the question, what is substance?
Hobbes said :" The Latines called Accounts of mony Rationes ... and thence it seems to proceed that they extended the word Ratio, to the faculty of Reckoning in all other things .... When a man reasoneth hee does nothing else but conceive a summe totall ... For Reason ... is nothing but Reckoning ... of the consequences of generall names agreed upon, for the marking and signifying of our thoughts ...."
Where being, the noun, is readily accessible to experience and classifiable, being, the participle, is not :" In short ... philosophy may perhaps be able to tell us everything about that which reality is, but nothing at all concerning this not unimportant detail: the actual existence, or non-existence, of what we call reality ....
:" Then there is also in that place the abode called Breidablik, and there is not in heaven a fairer dwelling.
:" He dwells in the place called Breidablik, which is in heaven ; in that place may nothing unclean be, even as is said here: