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“To claim to study the effects of the "Libido," to which we ascribe the vast powers with which we are familiar, yet fail to seek in it what would correspond to our own best attributes, would be to lay aside our duties as students of human nature.”
“They are of the Semi-Double Rite, because they have three prayers, and correspond to the Office that is recited without duplication of the antiphons.”
“The Church of Santo Spirito (formerly San Teodoro) was the private church of the Arian bishops; near it is Santa Maria Cosmedin, the baptistery of the Arians, the mosaics of which correspond to those of”
“It would thus correspond to the Piblokto of the Eskimos as described by Brill.”
“For experienced programmers, other items of interest in the sys module include sys. stdin, sys. stdout and sys. stderr which correspond to the standard input, standard output and standard error streams of your program respectively.”
“And De hebdomadibus suggests detailed correspondences both between the substances in the body and those in the universe — where the bones correspond to the stony core of the earth, for example — and between the various parts of the body and different geographical areas — where the Thracian Bosphorus is”
“The expressions euryprosopous and euryonic correspond to the chamaeconchous of the Frankfort Agreement; leptous is the same as leptoprosopous.”
“Reflexology is the stimulation of reflex areas in the feet and hands that correspond to the organs, glands, and tissues of the body.”
“But to gaze at a Hollywood star without a stitch on, even if she looked too young in 1949 to correspond to the platinum-haired fleshpot who had wowed you in the theater and in Life magazine, was to have a dream threesome: sex and fame and you.”
“These places correspond to Baffin Island and Labrador, and the staging point in Greenland must have been Disko Bay, at the narrowest point of the Davis Strait.”
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