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  • n. the state of being immanent; inherence or subjectivity

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as immanence.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the state of being within or not going beyond a given domain


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  • Having had the opportunity to meet and discuss the issues of tax shifting with with Mark Jaccard one of the architects behindClimate Change and economic policy shifting in BCI would say that yes,I thinkhe and others working on the issueunderstand the immanency and urgency of taking action.

    September « 2008 « Stephen Rees’s blog

  • And so, but this administration put an edge on all of it to create this sense of urgency and immanency and immediate threat.

    CNN Transcript Feb 5, 2004

  • Perusing the vast information at hand, he felt at times as if worlds of revelation lay hidden just behind the next statement, the most recent diagram-only to have the immanency of disclosure break up and scatter like a flock of edgy, whorled souluvu.

    Sliding Scales

  • It challenges our faith in the immanency and in the ceaseless activity of God in his world; it brings the creative energy down from its celestial abode and clothes it with the flesh and blood of animal life.

    Time and Change

  • -- Almost 70% of downgrades affected classes already rated below 'B', generally reflecting an increase in the immanency of bond default rather than an increase in lifetime mortgage pool loss;

    Business Wire Travel News

  • The GARBC clarified their conviction on the immanency of Christ's return back in 1953.

    The World From Our Window

  • The doctrine of immanency teaches that the Rapture could have taken place at any time from Paul's day until the starting point of the Tribulation Period.

    The Omega Letter

  • The designed outcome of this paper is that every reader should get a fresh revelation of the immanency of God in the kingdom of nature and grace; that the reader is more intimately related to him and his plans than is gravitation; that there are laws as imperative, exact, and sure to yield results in the mental and spiritual realms as in the material; that he is a part of God's agencies, and that all of God's forces are a part of his; that he may sing with new meaning,

    Among the Forces

  • The Articles of Faith have included immanency since the mid-70's -- the same period in which the GARBC was unwilling to take a stand on total depravity [see pages 28-31 of and lack of action speaks volumes when it comes to the emphasis of our association's doctrinal standards.

    The World From Our Window


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