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  • n. Plural form of fluence.


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  • With more energy per pulse, greater peak power, and higher fluences than competing broadband pulsed light devices, the MaxG delivers optimally-filtered bands of light to easily and quickly clear unwanted pigment and vascularity in a comfortable, no-downtime procedure.


  • Germination of afterripened Arabidopsis seed was triggered at lower fluences of red light when treated with KAR1.

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  • This will free the will be called u p o n to judge the fallen planets that have claimed for Lords of Light in Kimah and Kesil planetary intelligences from the in - angels who have been cast into our themselves an Eternal Inheritance are continually rejoicing in creation fluences of Ursa Major a n d Ursa dimension of space d u r i n g this with the Father.

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  • He was void of all affectation, alive to praise, hut not obtrusively courting it: conscious, btit not ostenta - tious of merit, of unblemished ho - nour, full of that piety which in - fluences the heart, and seeks the witness, not of this world, but of God.

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  • Impious wits and libertines have pre - fumed to exhibit this do6lrine of the in - fluences of the Spirit, in forms as ridicu - lous as they are profane.

    The Gospel adapted to the state and circumstances of man : a sermon peached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge, at their meeting in the High Church of Edinburgh, Thursday, June 5, 1788

  • When a profpering Soul is carried on with a full gale in its holy courfe, the precious in - fluences of the Spirit of God, in, and by the Ordinances of God, will be fixed, aod the word will be fin abiding word, and not like thole human Ordinances, the Apoftle ipeafcs of, Col a. 22. which perifli in the iwing.

    Soul-prosperity, in several sermons

  • CHAPTER I. Compromise between the New and the Old Faiths -- Witchcraft under the Early Church -- The Sentiments of the Fathers and the Decrees of Councils -- Platonic I.fluences -- Historical,

    The Superstitions of Witchcraft

  • I. I.fluences that Gave Rise to the Jewish Parties.

    The Makers and Teachers of Judaism

  • Certain accidents are the neceflary con - fluences of our own fins* if thefc con* fcquences prove favourable » they admi - nister to us a peculiar caufe of praifing the Mercy ami - Bounty of God, who could draw good from evil, and change into means of faving us, that which onty'dc - farv'd ehaftifement f and the withdrawing of his Graces But ifthefe confequen - ccs be troublcfooae and hard, 'as when our fins have involved us in great evils.

    Moral Essays: Contain'd in Several Treatises on Many Important Duties


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