Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of outworking.

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Examples

  • Instead we see contention over what the concept of law will mean in all its practical outworkings.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Illegal Immigration and the Rule of Law

  • I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the nature of the information each type of media carries, how we aquire knowledge from each, and the logical outworkings of its consumption.

    Unplug Education. No Computers In Schools. - Dan_McLaughlin’s blog - RedState

  • In point of fact, I would argue that only by an analysis of the practical outworkings of the philosophy can one put a value on the hypothesis of the written work.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Putting Heidegger in the library’s grave of discarded lies

  • If you took action, chances are you will be building on the outworkings of that decision successfully in the second Return.

    57. Is there anything interesting about it?

  • And that has, as the programme demonstrates, some very specific, very local and personal outworkings; decisions that anyone can make.

    The Today Programme

  • The wisest teacher is the one who shows the gradual processes of unfoldment and growth in the mind and body, and in all the outworkings of the material world.

    Insights and Heresies Pertaining to the Evolution of the Soul

  • At times, the gifts and powers of certain beings burst into bloom and fruition when least expected, and cast a radiance and a halo around the personality, which mark and award it a place among its fellow men, altogether superior to the general trend and outworkings of the recognized character.

    Insights and Heresies Pertaining to the Evolution of the Soul

  • Because it is so natural it is rarely recognized for the evil that it is; but its outworkings are tragic.

    The Pursuit of God

  • She gains food and clothing and shelter, at least, without submitting to the charity of her companion, but the earning of her own living does not give her the development of her inner sex urge, far deeper and more powerful in its outworkings than any of these externals.

    Woman and the New Race

  • Stated in this bald way the thing may sound incredible, but those whose recollections carry them back to the opening years of the century will bear me out in saying that this was far from being either the most distressing or the most remarkable among the outworkings of what was then extolled as a broad spirit of tolerance.

    The Message

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