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- n. The quality of being powerful
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being powerful; force; power; might; potency; efficacy.
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- n. possession of controlling influence
The "powerfulness" of the ending would be incredible if they chose to do that: no Edward throughout the beginning of the movie, but in the end he returns. (well Bella finds him, but you get the point)
I think new advances in technology will truly take away from the powerfulness of the show.
Ash'arites appear stoic in privileging God's all-powerfulness, but only if they are seen as negating God's goodness, mercy, justice and other attributes.
While the latter seem to isolate a single attribute -- all-goodness, all-lovingness, all-powerfulness -- and decide the issue on that basis alone, the former simply emphasize a single attribute but cling to a more complex composite of divine "character."
"It will be deadlier than what was made on Nov. 23 in terms of the powerfulness and sphere of the strike," an unnamed North Korean military official said in a statement carried by Pyongyang's official Korean Central News Agency.
The Korean People's Army said in a statement relayed by the North's state media that its response this time "will be deadlier than what was made on Nov. 23 in terms of the powerfulness and sphere of the strike."
It includes the invalidation, denial, or the non-recognition of the complete humanness (the goodness, uniqueness, smartness, powerfulness, etc.) of those who are members of the mistreated group.
(Her husband has worked for BP on the North Slope for years.) "She has also shown that she can separate her powerfulness from their romantic relationship," adds Howard.
But community organizing mavens like Ganz and Bird need our help in thinking about what to do in an age of surplus powerfulness, or what Clay Shirky called the "cognitive surplus."
However, common themes were the powerfulness and wealth of the U.S.
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