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- adj. Universal
- n. Ornamental letter that begins a section
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Universal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Universal; whole.
Inner looks upon the gears of the character's mind are not nearly as much fun as, for instance, betrayals in a multi-versal battle at the end of time.
I conceive mining to be the noblest business in the ‘versal world.’
I danced along the Phoorn's back while above me the branches of the great multi-versal tree stretched out forever, damaged but not yet destroyed.
Certainly by attacking Colin they'd achieved the same impact and national coverage, but i would have thought it was too obviously slanted at one person to have had much tmi-versal effect.
In short, the monad was the keystone of Bruno's all-embracing uni - versal scheme.
For Bacon first philosophy is a uni - versal science, “the mother of the rest,” and prior to all divisions by subject matter (De augmentis scien - tiarum, Book III, Ch. I, Works, VIII, 471).
Descartes too had drawn his inspiration for a uni - versal method for the sciences from the study of math - ematics, but what he saw as significant was not, as with
At this point, Burckhardt introduced his seminal idea of the development of the individual, and of the uni - versal man.
Yet it is precisely because these charac - teristics are rarely realized today that the idea of uni - versal man attracts (and deserves) attention.
There can, of course, be a negation of such classifications, as is found in the Uni - versal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the