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“In their spare time, Mae and J2 were working on what they called omni ink.”
“In his early years, Linnaeus believed that the species was not only real, but unchangeable — as he wrote, Unitas in omni specie ordinem ducit (The invariability of species is the condition for order [in nature]).”
“Andersen did a better portrayal of a Heinlein omni-competent curmudgeon than Heinlein ever did, and Guthrie put his money where his mouth was, unlike Hershaw or Long.”
“Cicero calls it), et prater unum in omni vita inauditum (Orat. pro”
“In chap. 9 he says of him, “erat in omni tumultu meticulosu et animi disjectus.”]”
“Ibn Chaukel ascribe them to the Sabaeans or Aadites Non sunt in omni Syria aedificia magnificentiora his, (Tabula Syria p. It was incumbent on the Saracens to exert the full powers of their valor and enthusiasm against the forces of the emperor, who was taught, by repeated losses, that the rovers of the desert had undertaken, and would speedily achieve, a regular and permanent conquest.”
“The omni is a chair + lounge + loveseat + floor pillow.”
“omni'-pregnant,' nihili'-parturient genius of my acquaintance, not the least promising is, -- "A History of the morals and (as connected therewith) of the manners of the English Nation from the Conquest to the present time.”
“Mr. Toyoda said the company is taking an "omni" approach to alternative fuel, and that it will try to develop alternative fuel vehicles that cover all possible avenues, such as hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles as well as biodiesel or other biofuel-powered cars and trucks.”
“How can God empty himself of all his "omni" powers and still run the universe with fallible human abilities?”
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