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  • n. The state or quality of being bound.

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  • Santayana employs a naturalistic account of poetry and philosophy, attempting to combine comparative structures with as few embedded parochial assumptions as possible while making explicit our material boundness to particular worlds and perspectives.

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  • When picking which boots to buy, authentic is important to the eye at a contrariety of retailers, as prices boundness vary wildly.

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  • Jubilee wrote: mz. mo, i have tried it, just didn't like it. all plasticy and weird! and soph, i'm loving the leather boundness, i think all books should be like that!

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  • Dear me, someone else better post on here soon … ok so i have 2 drawers top one is my underware drawer and bottom is random everything from books to stockings to photos to a vibrator to my checkbook mz. mo, i have tried it, just didn't like it. all plasticy and weird! and soph, i'm loving the leather boundness, i think all books should be like that!

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  • One of the "wrinkles" in the mathematical model of cloaking is that the transformations that define the required material parameters have singularities, that is, points at which the transformations fail to exist or fail to have properties such as smoothness or boundness that are required to demonstrate cloaking.

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  • WIthdrowal of requirement of holomorphicity and boundness allow huge variety of functions.

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  • Ambiguity Tolerance lack of detailed planning & an (Context sensitivity, diversity, oral culture) androgyny) • Self restraint (self restraint, • Power-orientation role boundness, equanimity) (Hierarchical orientation, critical orientation, non-confrontation & non-work culture) • Attributional thinking (Fatalism, pessimism - rumination)

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