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  • Hitting corporations with higher tax loads when their profits are weakening, hitting in -. dividuals whose real incomes aren't rising -- that doesn't make economic sense to me.

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  • In this sense, dealing with the "data subject" (identifying someone by reference to one or more factors specific to one aspect of his identity) is a partial approach, and the right to protect data is the right provided to "dividuals" (as divided individuals, parts of individuals).

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  • For the beneficiaries of Christ's will are seen to be the people of the new covenant, not in dividuals in isolation.

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  • For Tocqueville it was the natural product of democracy (“Individualism is of democratic origin and threatens to develop insofar as conditions are equalised”), involving the apathetic withdrawal of in - dividuals from public life and their isolation from one another, with a consequent weakening of society and the growth of the unchecked political power of the state.

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  • There are few persons who have not known of cases among their friends of frequent and almost spontaneous fractures, or at least of such as seem to be produced by the slightest and most inadequate violence, and there is no tangible reason for doubting an analogous condition in dividuals of the equine race.

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  • To strike them out of the present plan might be highly injurious to in - dividuals, without being attended with an equivalent advan - tage to the city.

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  • "It should come as a shock to no one that ... in-dividuals with political connections enjoy readier access to government decision makers than do others," wrote William Schwartz and Laura Grossfield Birger, Morris's lawyers.

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  • Here members are encouraged to think of themselves as dividuals, or nodes, in the network and their actions acquire value based on that imperative.

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  • These actions included everything from showing dividuals about their lifestyle.

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  • When in - dividuals create profiles on dating Web sites, for example, they are in effect constructing online ver - sions of themselves.

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