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  • As the Court correctly points out, “all airborne compounds of whatever stripe,” ante, at 26, would qualify as “physical, chemical, ... substance [s] or matter which [are] emitted into or otherwise ente [r] the ambient air,” 42 U.S. C. §7602 (g).

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  • (This was because Gmail gives you a speed key – hit the period [.] followed by the first letter and hit ente, r and the label is applied).

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  • After starting with Schubert's "Ave Maria," played like a love song, he ente red into a long meditation on "When I Fall in Love," the Victor Young film theme that Nat King Cole made into a soul standard.

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  • O projecto Vin Memoriam introduz um conceito de um novo ritual no processo de luto depois da perda de um ente querido.

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  • Este conceito liga 5000 anos de culto do vinho, com a perda de um ente querido, e canibalismo.

    Vin Memoriam

  • The only book I want and don't already have is hunting Ground, so don,t ente rme for any of the packs.

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  • (De ente et essentia) and On the Principles of Nature (De principiis naturae), nor did he comment on Aristotle's works.

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  • Fortunately Dietrich concentrated his analysis of the key concepts of his metaphysics in two relatively short treatises, De ente et essentia and De quiditatibus entium.

    Dietrich of Freiberg

  • The second part of the De ente et essentia proposes arguments, mainly based on Aquinas that deny the identity of essence and existence.

    Dietrich of Freiberg

  • Dietrich's De ente et essentia which bears the same title as Thomas Aquinas 'opuscule is indeed a work that gives much evidence of having been prepared as a kind of rebuttal to certain doctrines of Aquinas.

    Dietrich of Freiberg

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