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  • S's believing that h at t; or for some ri and ti that satisfy condition (i), with ˜ri™ substituted for ˜rj™ and

    The Epistemic Basing Relation

  • C lle e in thed ve p e o a ha ng s e lo m nt f n HIV va c c ine By: Mo m a She g ri ha m d na a Guie e b Dr. Ta va Ba d d d d y: ra t m a TMU Spring2 0 09 She g ri@ ya o o na a ho .c m

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  • Photo By manie live in ri fish for bass and pickerel mostly. went to visit daughter in idaho. she had arranged a fishing trip with jerry chapman from id fish and game and his family.

    Field & Stream

  • Artamenes, or Le Grand Cyrus, the masterpiece of Mademoiselle Madeleine de Scudéri, is contained in no less than ten volumes, each of which in its turn has many books; it is, in fact, more a collection of romances than a single romance.

    Letters from Dorothy Osborne to Sir William Temple (1652-54)

  • Thus, for example, the human nature that defines all people as people is referred to as ri, indicating that the rational order integral to humanity is shared in common.

    Japanese Confucian Philosophy

  • I would assert that "for" is the most precise value for -ri, that is, a postposition specifically identifying someone or something that benefits from a specified action.

    Liber Linteus and religious formulae, part 1

  • DYOR and you will agreed. was all positive on this but had too much in it, moved over to buy some lloy to get in on the ri, the other day after a major retrace think the ri will be a good one and not a stinker.

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  • Orthodox theory derives it from * há-kári, meaning the wind in a high place.

    Smallbold vacuums the cat

  • In instance A, the case ending of choice is the locative in -e extended with the postposition -ri which is believed to be purposive, meaning "for"1.

    Liber Linteus and religious formulae, part 1

  • He'd written my name wrong, with a different character for the "ri" of Sayuri.

    Memoirs of a Geisha

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  • A Japanese unit of distance equal to 36 cho (about 4 km).

    December 8, 2007