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  • But in three years of Okinawa-te, getting to brown belt, I learned three knife defenses, two of which would get you killed against anybody with the Scarecrow's brain and the coördination of the Tin Man, and one of which would work against somebody really stoned, and you can't wait on him even so.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • What is needed is a thoughtful and clear understanding of the greater social good that would come out of a coördination of social policy and individual ambition.

    Homemaking and Careers

  • The result is a harmony of rhythmical coördination that will echo far beyond the dancing courses and into the various activities of one's whole life.

    The Art of Stage Dancing The Story of a Beautiful and Profitable Profession

  • How can educational systems be made to work for the better coördination of family life among the newly arrived immigrants?

    The Family and it's Members

  • Valuable as are strength and skill, even more so is the resultant balance and soundness of the nervous system that directly results from such rhythmical coördination, fitting one for meeting the complex and often disturbing demands of life.

    The Art of Stage Dancing The Story of a Beautiful and Profitable Profession

  • To say of life that it is "a coördination of action," might be true as a partial judgment, but not as a comprehensive one; otherwise, crystallization would fall under its category, which is manifestly an illicit induction.

    Life: Its True Genesis

  • In this concise rule are described the relations which have been actually determined for masses of varying sizes and at different distances apart, -- for snowflakes falling to the earth, for the avalanche on the mountain slope, and for the planets of the solar system, moving in celestial coördination.

    The Doctrine of Evolution Its Basis and Its Scope

  • If we agree with Stransky [5] that dementia præcox depends upon an intrapsychic ataxia, that it is the disturbed coördination between the intellectual and affective faculties of the individual which makes the picture of dementia præcox what it is; this is not a case of dementia præcox.

    Studies in Forensic Psychiatry

  • A mechanism produced by nature's methods, the ground-wasp behaves as it is capable of working with its inherited structure and its inherited instinctive powers of coördination and sensation.

    The Doctrine of Evolution Its Basis and Its Scope

  • A scientific coördination of its several known parts, or alleged functions, extends the operations of this infinitessimal whirligig to the plastic or uniformly diffused state of all matter, from which has been evolved, in an infinite duration of past time, not only life in its highest manifestations, but a universe so stupendously grand that no amount of human intelligence can grasp the first conception of it.

    Life: Its True Genesis


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