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  • n. Plural form of understanding.


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  • But I wonder if controversy partially results from a difference in understandings of Israel is this: some, like Professor Bernstein, see Israel as a place of much diversity, people from different parts of the world with different cultures and religiosity; others, as I tend to, see Israel as a more simple place, a Jewish majority and an Arab minority.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Jews, Liberalism, Nationalism–Some Interesting Historical Continuities

  • Sane religion, then, is religion that, regardless of differences in understandings of the Divine or metaphysical beliefs, promotes a healthy personal life and creates positive relationships among the people of the world.

    Paul Raushenbush: Religious People Must Rally to Restore Sanity

  • Beidelman's description of Kaguru understandings is succinct, but it captures an overall sense that Ruvu-speaking people communicated to me.

    Societies, Religion, and History: Central East Tanzanians and the World They Created, c. 200 BCE to 1800 CE

  • You play with certain understandings where people move.

    National Basketball Association - Rockets vs. Nets

  • "We have still not yet received the written understandings from the Americans," Netanyahu told party members who largely oppose the new moratorium.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Muslim side, they have a vast superlative excess of "understandings" - as many as there are teachers of the texts, perhaps.

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  • Day said: "I can confirm that there were contacts between the U.K. and the Sadrists in Basra from the spring of 2007, and that as a result of this continuing dialogue - I think I prefer to use the word" understandings "- were reached with core elements of the Sadrist JAM militias in Basra."

    NY Daily News

  • Finally, people believed that malevolent or spiteful living people could deploy witchcraft to attack another's health. 20 Lugulu understandings from the middle of the twentieth century, as reported by Mawinza, provide insight into how these views would have operated in earlier times: "The Luguru will try to find out the causes of such evils as illness, death, or calamity, from living human beings, or from the spirits of their ancestors and, if they fail to discover them, then finally from God not as a creator of evil but as a reminder from him on behalf of ancestors for some committed misdeed either personal or within the clan of the sufferer."

    Societies, Religion, and History: Central East Tanzanians and the World They Created, c. 200 BCE to 1800 CE

  • The United States still has a bipartisan approach to Afghanistan, that both parties support their mission in Afghanistan and that whoever is in government the issues will be the same, and the problems will be the same, the understandings will be the same and the effort towards a better future will be the same.

    'The Majority of the Afghan People Support a Strategic Partnership With the U.S.'

  • James P. Beckwith, Jr. P.ofessor of Law North C.rolina C.ntral University Durham, N.C. University culture is rooted in part in the liberal tradition of the Enlightenment, which advocates as little constraint on individual liberties as possible (Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill, etc.) and encourages the creation of new ideas, new knowledge and new understandings -- in other words, change.

    Why Conservatives Avoid the Lovely Ivory Tower on the Left Bank


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