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  • Furthermore, I require not only a Hero -- they are many-but one who pos - sesses an unusual measure of self-control and forethoughtfulness.

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  • China, like other Oriental states, pos - sesses for Hegel a civilization in which nature terrorizes man and in which progress is limited by geographical and racial contradictions.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Descartes 'position is similar to Bacon's and Galileo's if limited to the fact that he rejects the use of final causes from natural philosophy; but he is more wary in other disciplines and does not deny that God pos - sesses final ends, or even that man can know them with the natural light of reason alone.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • In its explicit Cice - ronian version the princeps is the “ruler of the com - monwealth” (rector rei publicae) in a purely ideal sense: as princeps, he occupies no official position and pos - sesses no legal power, but he actually guides the balanced constitution of the Roman state from the outside as it were, whatever his formal political function, by dint of the magnetic moral virtues and merits which made

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  • This This is not to say that all the programming pos - chapter looks at how the podcasting medium can sesses outstanding quality and production value. drive social networks - and vice versa.

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  • The more ad - ational contin - location theory, vantages a firm pos - gency surround - and some sesses the more likely ing the decision others it adopts a high equity maker when the entry mode. entry mode choice decision is made.

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  • It is true Linnieus attempts to distinguish between his Troglodyte and man, by ascribing to the former the Meinbrana NictitanSf but anatomists in general know very well, that man pos - sesses that membrane also, though with - out the power of expansion.

    Illustrations of Sterne, with other essays and verses

  • A diamond, though unpolished* pos - sesses intrinsic worth; and gospel truths, how - ever expressed, are highly valuable, and will be relished by every sincere christian, even from the lips of the most unlettered member.

    Memoirs of the life of Martha Laurens Ramsay, who died in Charleston, S.C. on the 10th of June, 1811, in the 52d year of her age. With an appendix, containing extracts from her diary, letters, and other private papers. And also from letters written to her, by her father, Henry Laurens, 1771-1776

  • Alas! can earth confer more good than earth pos - sesses?

    Emblems, divine and moral

  • Notwithstanding our familiarity with this animal, the diflereut spe - cies and varieties are hy no means well unrterstood, which produces some inconsistency in a generat account of the properties it pos - sesses.

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