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  • If the most profound doctrinethat all people and other phenomena are not established independently by way of their own characteris not meaningful for a trainee, a partial system of selflessness must be taught.

    Becoming Enlightened

  • JBG: But the Lloyd characteris not exactly as written in the book.

    Buzzine » Interview: The Cast of Flash Forward

  • Material abundance without characteris the surest way to destruction.


  • Chief amongst these comes when Barney Liffeythe opera's principal Irish characteris threatened with death by the Princess Alminah:

    Through Colonial Spectacles: the Irish Vizier and the Female-Knight in James Cobb

  • I finally had to catch a characteris-tic to help me get them straight.

    Question Quest

  • The thinking machine did not consider this characteris - tic of his unique physique a shortcoming; instead, he considered it essential if he was to achieve his ultimate goal of unqualified omniscience.

    An East Wind Coming

  • With her robustness, resistance to extraordinary shocks and stresses, and steady flight characteris - tics, there was only one choice of fighter aircraft for the c.a.m. and f.c. ships — the Hawker Hurri - cane.

    The HurricaneStory

  • For they had found that their Hurricanes had lost none of their sweet-handling characteris - tics and maneuverability even with a pair of 250 - pound high-explosive eggs in the racks beneath the wings.

    The HurricaneStory

  • He rode directly to our boxes, reined his horse in front of Miss An - thony, rose in his stirrups, and with his characteris - tic gesture swept his slouch-hat to his saddle-bow in salutation.

    The Story of a Pioneer

  • F i g - ures 5-9 and 5-10 show examples of some of the other characteris - tics of childhood landscape drawings.

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