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  • adj. Implying actual presence; present, immediate.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Implying actual presence; present, immediate.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having or implying actual presence; present.


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Latin praesentialis.


  • That's an easy one, who is more "presential" obviously it boils down to who can do more than be present and take the bull by the tail WITHOUT at teleprompter.

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  • This presential nomination is nothing but a contest of racial issue.

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  • Critical to presential knowledge is the Porphyrian doctrine of the unity of the intellect, the intellecting subject and its intelligible object.

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  • Assume, for arguments sake, that the Democratic presential nominee spent part of his early schooling at an establishment in which he studied the Koran or that his relatives are muslim, as a matter of logic it does not follow that he is a wide eyed crypto - muslim.

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  • Those who pray out of presential knowledge and wisdom, literally behold that nothing save the Infinite One whose very existence cannot accept a second, exists.

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  • Seasons 6 and 7 of The West Wing are among my favourites because they deal with a presential election campaign, despite the absence of Sorkin's writing.

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  • Rizvi (1999: 224) notes that entities grasped as essences through presential knowledge are


  • Suhrawardi's Illuminationist epistemology revolves around his theory of ˜presential™ (huduri) knowledge that one is able to achieve through intuitive apprehension or contemplative vision


  • Suhrawardi himself considered spiritual exercises a necessary preparation for the advent of presential knowledge and vision of the Lights.


  • For our duty in particular presential communion, at the celebration of the same individual ordinances, with such churches as are remote from us, in Asia or Africa, we shall, we hope, be directed to determine aright concerning it when we are called thereunto.

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