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  • n. Plural form of event.


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  • It is not events in our lives that are stressful, but what we THINK about those events… something like that.

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  • [24] In his _Retired Man's Meditations_ he speaks of "Christ's rule in the legal conscience" and "Christ's rule in the evangelical conscience," by which he means to contrast a religion founded on external performances or historical events, and a religion founded on _events transacted in the soul of the man himself_.

    Spiritual Reformers in the 16th & 17th Centuries

  • CheekiThaSinger "Ive witnessed events so tiny and so fast that they could be said to have hardly happened at all" krisschantz Shout out to @FITC ... and I nominate @FITC for a Shorty Award in #events because ... they really care about creating awesome experiences! babygiraffemom Rough turn of events.

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  • Instead of points in space and times of occurrence, we formalize the term events, that is, points in the four dimensions of space and time.

    Euclid’s Window

  • Is this the best approach for the novelist (or reader) interested in events from the past as subjects for fiction?

    Historical Fiction

  • Gamers will participate in events from the Left Behind book series in single player mode and battle to capture territory from other players in the multi-player online game mode.

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  • An American humourist has said, 'Never prophesy unless you know,' and many a writer on Roumania must wish that he had refrained from dealing with probabilities, or from prognosticating the coining events of history.

    Roumania Past and Present

  • For over 30 years, Banner Elk, North Carolina, has held a wooly worm festival, where one of the events is a race to see which worm will be this winter's Nostradamus.

    Whither The Winter, What Says The Wooly Worm?

  • Even on smaller issues, the "authorities" often turn out to be the last to know what is actually going on, especially now that we all use the real-time web to share what we know as events unfold.

    Micah Sifry: EXCLUSIVE: Wikileaks, Assange, And Why There's No Turning Back

  • I believe the compelling "little signal" in the business world is what has changed and it is generated by the detection of what I call events, which are patterns, connections and anomalies of interest to business decision-makers.

    Penny Herscher: The Latest Web Search Development: From Intentions to Insights


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