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  • He would pick up details incessantly — an angle, an edge, a color, a movement — but would not be able to synthe size them, to form a complex perception at a glance.

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  • But when picking shoes made of synthe tic materials, Mr. Pliner makes sure that the linings are made of leather.

    Stylish Men

  • Ibn ` Arabī as well as the theologians became synthe - sized in vast metaphysical systems which reach their peak during the eleventh (seventeenth) century with

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  • While the essays written to fit these titles do not reflect any eschatological convictions, they are impelled by a sense of urgency and show a convic - tion that, given a universal science of symbols and a combinatorial method (a logic and analysis and synthe - sis), the end could be achieved within a lifetime.

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  • "The chemicals we have not yet understood and synthe - sized," Van Rijn rumbled around the cigar he was light - ing.

    Trader To The Stars

  • Great news for fans of "thousands of sparkling lights and electro-synthe-magnetic musical sounds": Walt Disney World will bring back the classic Main Street Electrical Parade to the Magic Kingdom this summer.

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  • Hagmann, M.L.; Heller, W.; Grisebach, H.: Induction of phytoalexin synthe - sis in soybean.

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  • (Pleiades) and 4 The blueprint for this physical Kesil (Orion) are cooperatively used universe and the world of negative in the programming of life synthe - mass pre-exists in the higher ses from the pure light bodies of heavens, in the star codes of the Orion into the transfigured corre - Pleiades. sponding physical forms of 5 From these the Elohim Pleiadaic programs.

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  • “method” in this fashion, one thing at least is certain: those of his followers who discuss analysis and synthe - sis clearly see these as two sorts of method, not as jointly constituting, when used one after the other, a single method.

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  • ; n, 
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