nonfundamental love


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  • adj. Not fundamental.


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non- +‎ fundamental


  • "It's a good assumption that the fundamental structure of the industry hasn't changed all that much in the last nine months, so it's something nonfundamental that's moving the market," said Bart Melek , senior commodity strategist at TD Securities.

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  • But to escape the legal implications of that piece of settled law, many courts have defined the right at stake not as the fundamental "right to marry," but as the nonfundamental "right to marry a same-sex partner."

    my hometown

  • Since M2 is a property at a nonfundamental level, by hypothesis, it has emergence base, P2, at t2 at level

    Emergent Properties

  • In contrast, the three dissenting judges in Goodridge argued that they would not have required the state to recognize such unions because the state legislature enjoys broad discretion when regulating nonfundamental rights, such as the right to same-sex marriage. | All Feeds

  • "We played sloppy, nonfundamental football for a stretch," Elyria coach Steve Hamilton said.


  • One of Jonathan's points is that I "half succeed" because my view yields "half-realism": realism about the fundamental but not the nonfundamental.

    fragments of consciousness

  • WORLD GONE WRONG is also by them & goes against cultural policy. "strange things are happening like never before" strange things alright -- strange things like courage becoming befuddled & nonfundamental. evil charlatans masquerading in pullover vests & tuxedos talking gobbledygook, monstrous pompous superficial pageantry parading down lonely streets on limited access highways. strange things indeed -- irrationalist bimbos & bozos, the stuff of legend, coming in from left field -- infamy on the landscape -- "pray to the Good Lord" hit the light switch!

    World Gone Wrong

  • Simple theoretical examples show that foresight produces equilibrium time series with nonfundamental representations, which misalign the agents’ and the econometrician’s information sets.

    Multiplier blues

  • Dr. Sprecher, then President of the General Synod, said in response to the address of the delegate from the Presbyterian Church who had spoken of the unity of all Christians, and assured the convention of the sympathy of his brethren with its work, that he was happy to see that the time of exclusiveness of the different denominations had passed by, and that the Church was becoming more liberal in its views in granting greater liberty in nonfundamental articles.

    American Lutheranism Volume 2: The United Lutheran Church (General Synod, General Council, United Synod in the South)

  • That pledge includes, in connection with absolute assent to the Word of God, as the only infallible rule of faith and practice, the belief "that the fundamental doctrines of Scripture are taught in a manner substantially correct in the doctrinal articles of the Augsburg Confession:" and the Platform is an unaltered copy of these articles of that confession, only omitting those parts, which we know by long acquaintance with American Lutherans, to be generally regarded by them not only as nonfundamental, but _erroneous_.

    American Lutheranism Vindicated; or, Examination of the Lutheran Symbols, on Certain Disputed Topics Including a Reply to the Plea of Rev. W. J. Mann


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