antecedent frasi

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Frasi con antecedent (in inglese)

  1. The antecedent of.
  2. Of the future antecedent.
  3. The antecedent of these.
  4. Here, as often, quien includes its antecedent.
  5. The antecedent of these three pronouns is ―corpses.

  6. The antecedent of these three pronouns is corpses, dead bodies.
  7. All the measures of the Colonies, antecedent to the Declaration of Independence, had this principle for their basis.
  8. For the right to make contracts, the right to give promissory notes, is antecedent to, and independent of all municipal law.
  9. It was an error of the American people, originating in a period antecedent to the Revolution; it grew out of our colonial regulations.
  10. This value was antecedent to, and independent of their being employed as coin, and was the quality which fitted them for that employment.
  11. Earth's resume entire floats on thy keel O ship, is steadied by thy spars, With thee Time voyages in trust, the antecedent nations sink or.
  12. That foundation was an antecedent belief in the natural immortality of mankind, and their consequent destiny either to endless misery or endless joy.
  13. The actual condition of those colonies, and the relation in which they stood to the United States antecedent to the declaration of war, were of this nature.
  14. There are many of them: take as an example the pleasures of smell, which are very great and have no antecedent pains; they come in a moment, and when they depart leave no pain behind them.
  15. It began to be a favorite belief with the people, antecedent to the year 1760, and was then fostered by the patriots of that day, the idea being also encouraged by the patriots of England.

  16. Look at the other class of pleasures which have no antecedent pains and you will no longer suppose, as you perhaps may at present, that pleasure is only the cessation of pain, or pain of pleasure.
  17. This is proved by the circumstance that there are pleasures which have no antecedent pains (as he also remarks in the Philebus), such as the pleasures of smell, and also the pleasures of hope and anticipation.
  18. Therefore, it is formulated that Humankind is instructed by antecedent events that direct its every movement and guide its every ―thought,‖ if individuals are said to (properly) think, along its pre-determined course.
  19. It is probable that neither Origen nor his followers would have imagined so considerable a violence to the language of the Scripture threatening, unless they had been possessed with an antecedent faith in the incorruptibility of the soul.
  20. The right temporal lobe of the hollow sphere of his cranium came into contact with a solid timber angle where, an infinitesimal but sensible fraction of a second later, a painful sensation was located in consequence of antecedent sensations transmitted and registered.
  21. But may not the areas of preponderant movement have changed in the lapse of ages? At a period long antecedent to the Cambrian epoch, continents may have existed where oceans are now spread out, and clear and open oceans may have existed where our continents now stand.
  22. The severity of many of the laws which have been enacted for the security of the revenue is very justly complained of, as imposing heavy penalties upon actions which, antecedent to the statutes that declared them to be crimes, had always been understood to be innocent.
  23. That very act, which was passed upon the ground of the definitive repeal of the Berlin and Milan decrees, on the 1st of November, 1810; and which, it is agreed on all sides, the American Government were bound in honor not to pass, except in case of such antecedent repeal.
  24. Meaning, that the essence of the illness is an emotional state that exists by virtue of it being a mirror reflection on its antecedent cause: the raw emotion that has no basis in psychological or physiological necessity – it is what one extracts from the eco-environ-emotion.
  25. Human ―motives‖ are therefore held as determinant or conclusive responses to antecedent events independent of Free Will; that is to say, infer a mindset pre-conditioned by prior events governing present decisions rather than governed by independent designs capable of responding rationally to unexpected events.

  26. And where Ahab's chances of accomplishing his object have hitherto been spoken of, allusion has only been made to whatever way-side, antecedent, extra prospects were his, ere a particular set time or place were attained, when all possibilities would become probabilities, and, as Ahab fondly thought, every possibility the next thing to a certainty.

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