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  • The problem lies in acquir-ing sufficient cultural referents to understand her.

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  • For this as well as other reasons he was sternly driven to note carefully the alternating cycle of day and night, thereby acquir - ing his first rudimentary concept of the cosmos in action.

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  • I believe Lexikos may have already mentioned this, but here goes: hotstrings ( "(A | a) quir", "\% $1\%cquir"); acquire using the above hotstring if 'aquir' is typed this is autoreplaced to 'acquir'.

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  • But in acquir - ing any new global skill, the initial learning is often a struggle, first with each component skill, then with the smooth integration of components.

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  • \par Since Grimalkin had acquir ed the chrysoberyls long after he rescued Laarye and abandoned Aari, the ship had to have been wrecked on Grimalkin's second rescue attempt.

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  • But when the brain has acquir - ed the degree of consistency already mentioned, the simple suspension of the act is not sufficient to re - form the habit; because by its texture it is disposed to continue the same, and to retain the iiupressions it has received.

    Sermons translated from the original French of the late Rev. James Saurin, pastor of the French church at the Hague

  • Yet all that has been hitherto mentioned, and a thoufand times more, is what we find perfons of the meaneft natural endow-* ments, and the narrowefl; educations, capable of acquir - ing!

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  • Neither in a moral view of things, can I per - ceive how the ornaments of artificial greatnefs, which are found to anfwer all'the purpofes of human pride, fhould afliff. us in acquir - ing that true dignity of character which aione ought to constitute distinction; nor how we can truly refpect ourfelves, by idolizing the mere phantom of greatnefs, whether it be attached to our own perfons, or the perfons of others.

    Observations on the Reflections of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, on the Revolution in France : in a letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Stanhope

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