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  1. Its use here is to denote a.
  2. It does not denote a level of con-.
  3. On the other hand, spirit was used to denote.
  4. First, is the symbolism of hands, which denote deeds.
  5. Used as sacred Amulets to denote meanings of sacredness.

  6. Horus are given a bird’s head to denote a feminine mindset.
  7. NEHPHESH OR SOUL, CAN ONLY DENOTE THE INDIVIDUAL LIFE WITH A.
  8. Nehphesh or soul, can only denote the individual life with a.
  9. Let us denote the quantity of option Oi in the portfolio as xi.
  10. We denote these areas as left, middle and right ones.
  11. The word hell is used here, not to denote a place of punishment.
  12. NEHPHESH OR SOUL, CAN ONLY DENOTE THE INDIVIDUAL LIFE WITH A MATERIAL.
  13. All effigies hanging from ropes: to denote dead souls who once lived….
  14. The term Sutratma is always used to denote the idea of a thread con-.
  15. She used the respectful Greek phrase to denote the housekeeper was married.

  16. It (nehphesh_ does not denote the immortal part of man, but his animal life.
  17. It (nehphesh--does not denote the immortal part of man, but his animal life.
  18. We denote the position of a combination situated at the k-th position as ik.
  19. This was a common term used to denote the main street in most English towns.
  20. We denote the total profit of the portfolio consisting of N combinations as.
  21. What symbol would you use to denote, the start of a code block in aspx views?
  22. What symbol would you use to denote, the start of a code block in razor views?
  23. If the above language does not denote the utter destruction of the wicked, what.
  24. To denote what? Bringing new generations of beetles emerging from a ball of dung.
  25. In the former the scale-pattern is used conventionally to denote almost anything.

  26. He merely craned his head down to denote respect before also taking courteous leave.
  27. But Casserole Cookery is a phrase used to denote cookery in earthenware pots.
  28. Contour signs denote data for which the relationship was statistically insignificant.
  29. Thought), and cosmic consciousness – are expressions used to denote the consciousness.
  30. There is as little doubt that they are as frequently used to denote a very limited duration.
  31. A corresponding action on the word 'life' so often used in the Bible to denote the eternal.
  32. Once and for all time I could see that caution and quiet denote your preferred mode of life.
  33. Let K denote the subset of stocks in respect of which strategy 1 is preferable to strategy 2.
  34. Nehphesh" Page 917 "It (nehphesh) does not denote the immortal part of man, but his animal life.
  35. Nehphesh" page 917 "It (nehphesh–does not denote the immortal part of man, but his animal life.
  36. The figures denote that most of the people with the disease are non smokers rather than smokers.
  37. Given unto (him)–There are several places that this exact phrase is used to denote someone has.
  38. A corresponding action on the word 'life' so often used in the Bible to denote the eternal reward.
  39. The seven heads denote a mindset and focus on the Seven Spirits of Evil, which are opposites of the.
  40. You have, undoubtedly; and there are situations in which very high spirits would denote insensibility.
  41. Bridles control horses and denote what the riders (leadership) use to drive and direct (sit upon) the.
  42. When the word Father is employed to denote God, it should be understood in its largest possible meaning.
  43. We denote them by f(B,x), where B is an underlying asset, and x is its price at the moment of expiration.
  44. Sara was crying! The unconquerable Sara! It seemed to denote something new—some mood she had never known.
  45. Many of them denote absolute suppression or abolition; some are strictly images, but all point in the same direction.
  46. However, in The Apocalypse the symbol spirits only denote the Creator’s Seven Spirits ( ways, paths, inspirations).
  47. However, the term dividend basis is ambiguous, since it is used sometimes to denote the rate and sometimes the ratio.
  48. Because volatility is usually expressed as a standard deviation, the same notation is often used to denote volatility.
  49. Let P denote the subset of P stocks, for which trading results of strategy 1 are better than trading results of strategy 2.
  50. The words, accordingly, which in the original languages denote those different establishments, have very different meanings.
  51. But right faith is the exercise of purified reason, using that word to denote both the intellectual and moral faculties of man.
  52. The term nickel, used to denote the 5-cent coin, is misleading because the coin actually consists primarily of copper (75 percent).
  53. There was, at times, a want of spirits about him which, if it did not denote indifference, spoke of something almost as unpromising.
  54. We are intrigued by the phrase ‘matters of mutual interest’ and keen to learn what it might denote! Until tomorrow - Liesse Yare.
  55. Asterisks Denote Combinations That Became the Candidates for Inclusion in the Pareto Set After Comparison of All 29 Combinations with VG.
  56. If the above language does not denote the utter and complete destruction of the wicked, what language could God have used that would? None.
  57. Mohammed intended to teach the everlasting misery of 'infidels,’ and he has given expression to his ideas in words well fitted to denote them.
  58. The word Samyama is used in Yogic literature to denote the triple process of concentration, meditation and Samadhi practiced at one and the same time.
  59. And certainly not 'keeping’ a man’s life or soul, or self, is the last form of expression fitted to denote that soul's everlasting existence in torment.
  60. The word hell is used here, not to denote a place of punishment in the future world, but a state of desolation and destruction as a city Note on Matthew 11:23.
  61. Bridles control horses and denote what the riders (leadership) use to drive and direct (sit upon) the actions ( feet) of these horses, by turning their heads and mouths.
  62. The professional gentleman thus familiarly pointed out, had been all the time standing near them, with nothing specific visible, to denote his gentlemanly rank on board.
  63. The word hell is used here, not to denote a place of punishment in the future world, but a state of desolation and destruction as a city Barnes Notes on Matthew 11:23.
  64. What must be established to overthrow our argument is the difficult position that the terms, life and living forever, exclude the idea, which they most naturally denote.
  65. It is inconceivable that such language as this would be used to denote the idea of a life which was only bliss or spiritual character given to a nature already immortal.
  66. The couple on the next table smiled and pointed to their nearly empty bowls and then pointed at the dogs, and stuck their thumbs up to denote they had enjoyed their stewed dog.
  67. In other words, they denote whether this catching up to be with the Lord occurs before the tribulation, during it or near the end of it at Christ’s second coming to the Earth.
  68. Since each line in these tables represents a separate portfolio, gray marks within a given line denote the characteristics that have the desired values for a specific portfolio.
  69. The posters had Rahul in the middle, surrounded by anonymous faces, dressed so as to denote ethnic origins—Muslim girl in a headscarf, Sikh boy in a turban, an Adivasi in a dhoti.
  70. The French alphabet, written out with the same numerical values as the Hebrew, in which the first nine letters denote units and the others tens, will have the following significance:.
  71. The propriety of this is manifest; for as a and b denote two indefinite arcs, the same reasoning will apply to A and B, as to a and b, the first being supposed in each case the greatest.
  72. He gazed at the most appalling sight with eyes and muscles that knew not how to waver, but with execrations so bitter and deep as to denote how much he denounced the crime of his enemies.
  73. Fingers: Burnt fingers denote that you should let others be and mind your own business; a cut finger bodes sorrow; if you have more fingers than five, there will be a new member in the family.
  74. Paul did teach the utter DESTRUCTION or PERISHING, or DEATH, or EXTERMINATION of ungodly men…No stronger expressions can be found in Greek or English, to denote the utter extirpation of the ungodly.
  75. In this passage, the term destruction is used to denote the effect of the mortal disease with which the incestuous man was smitten for his sin; the final result of which was certain, unless he repented.
  76. Nearly every reader understands that this English word, Atonement, signifies at onement, or reconciliation; and is used to denote the reconciliation of the world to Himself by God, through the death of His Son.
  77. The tactical positioning and the choice of the arcs of fire of the trenches of this regiment denote either a lack of tactical judgment on the part of the officers of this unit, or general neglect about defensive works.
  78. So they’d had around three hours to make a getaway, so assuming they could have done around 150-200 kilometres in that time, that was a fairly wide area to cover, said Taksin as he circled a section on the map to denote the area.
  79. Luke’s design to represent our Lord as proving the resurrection, and not simply survival, is certain from his use of the verb ejgei>rw both in his gospel and in the Acts of the Apostles, which is strictly confined to denote resurrection.
  80. A corresponding action on the word 'life' so often used in the Bible to denote the eternal reward of the saints would result in making it stand for the strange idea of a happy extinction, or a blessed abolition of existence--an euthanasia.
  81. A corresponding action on the word Life, so often used in the Bible to denote the eternal reward of the saints, would result in making it stand for the strange idea of a happy extinction, or a blessed abolition of existence—an euthanasia.
  82. Points located above the indifference line denote portfolios for which application of the multidimensional system has led to higher profits or lower losses (as compared to the case when capital was allocated using the one-dimensional system).
  83. Anatta (Sanskrit anatman) or non-self is used in the suttas both as a noun and as a predicative adjective to denote that phenomena are not, or are without, a permanent self, to describe any and all composite, con-substantial, phenomenal and temporal things, from the macrocosmic to.
  84. Bold lines show payoff functions of combinations for the expiration date of the nearest option, and thin lines show payoff functions of separate options forming the combinations (broken lines denote options with the nearest expiration date, and curves denote options with a later expiration date).
  85. But in the present times, through the greater part of Europe, a creditable day-labourer would be ashamed to appear in public without a linen shirt, the want of which would be supposed to denote that disgraceful degree of poverty, which, it is presumed, nobody can well fall into without extreme bad conduct.
  86. The latter did not, however, so much regret this circumstance, as it might enable him to retard the speed of the party; for he still turned his longing looks in the direction of Fort Edward, in the vain expectation of catching some sound from that quarter of the forest, which might denote the approach of succor.
  87. It was said afterwards that a cottager of Wellbridge, who went out late that night for a doctor, met two lovers in the pastures, walking very slowly, without converse, one behind the other, as in a funeral procession, and the glimpse that he obtained of their faces seemed to denote that they were anxious and sad.
  88. In this process, Time is a peculiar set of marks that denote all Formo-systems of Worlds and establish an exact correspondence between dimension values, Forms of manifestation (for human Realities, it is NUU-VVU), and the entire aggregate of individual rotation Cycles that are characteristic of these Forms.
  89. But as the stumps of harpoons are frequently found in the dead bodies of captured whales, with the flesh perfectly healed around them, and no prominence of any kind to denote their place; therefore, there must needs have been some other unknown reason in the present case fully to account for the ulceration alluded to.
  90. In this case, although the terms are clearly designed to denote a most awful infliction of judgment on the chief malefactors in the universe, surely the terms of duration are not designed to reverse the sense of others which declare that, like Death and Hades, who are cast into the same 'lake of fire,’ their 'end is to be burned up’ and abolished.
  91. These verses denote that those who exceed the humanist bounds in his life and incline to mean pleasures and rush to attain them as fast as possible preferring the world at hand to the afterworld: when such people shall be laid in their tombs they will view the hell and ascertain that it will be their resort in the other abode on the Day of Resurrection.
  92. The young soldier made a desperate but fruitless effort to spring to the side of Alice, when he saw the dark hand of a savage twisted in the rich tresses which were flowing in volumes over her shoulders, while a knife was passed around the head from which they fell, as if to denote the horrid manner in which it was about to be robbed of its beautiful ornament.
  93. They are precisely the terms generally chosen in the New Testament to denote the punishment of the wicked, with this difference: that Plato says the soul will not suffer qa>natov, ajpw>leia, o]leqrov, fqora>, that it is not destined to ajpole>sqai, karafqei>resqai, ajpoqnh>skein; while the New Testament writers declare that wicked men shall suffer what is denoted by these terms.
  94. A single shot before they emerged from the jungle had announced to those in camp as well as on the ship that the expedition had been too late—for it had been prearranged that when they came within a mile or two of camp one shot was to be fired to denote failure, or three for success, while two would have indicated that they had found no sign of either D'Arnot or his black captors.
  95. Now when it is considered that Christ's words were for the most part uttered in the hearing of the two hostile sects of Pharisees and Sadducees, whose controversy on immortality gave a special interest and a peculiar edge to every term employed to denote a future slate, the conclusion appears inevitable, that Christ could have intended by His language only the sense here imputed to it.
  96. They are precisely the terms generally chosen in the New Testament to denote the punishment of the wicked;—with this difference, that Plato says the soul will not suffer qa>natov, ajpw>leia, o]leqrov, fqora>; that it is not destined to (ajpole>sqai, katafqei>resqai, diafqei>recrqai, ajpoqnh>skein; while the New Testament writers declare that wicked men shall suffer what is denoted by these terms.
  97. If the profit/loss realized under the capital allocation scenario on the basis of the transformed weight function is shown on the vertical axis, and the profit/loss corresponding to the original function is shown on the horizontal axis, then points situated above the indifference line denote portfolios for which application of the transformed function has led to higher profits or lower losses (as compared to situations when capital was allocated using the original function).
  98. For the words used by Moses to denote, as is conceded, 'temporal’ destruction of life, are the fiery words used by the Apostles of Christ to denote the penalties of Gehenna; they employ the same terms death, destruction, perishing, utterly perishing, consumption, in their Greek equivalents, which Moses employs in the Hebrew of the law; and it is surely to make a large demand upon men to ask them to believe that such terms under one dispensation signify all that can be even imagined of utter and complete extermination; and, under the other, all that can be imagined of indestructible being, and endless misery.
  99. For, as Lightfoot says, 'The New Testament was written by Jews, among Jews, for Jews ’ (a Jud eis, atque inter Judaeos, et ad Judaeos); and if it is evident that the phrases Ages of ages, or generations to generations, were used by them in a strictly limited sense in relation to the subject of future punishment, it will be needless to pervert the plain meaning of the ordinary Greek words, used in the New Testament to denote the destruction of the wicked, or words used to denote limited duration, from deference to supposed Jewish idioms requiring them to be taken in the sense of endless misery; specially when it is proved that no such idiom exists in the Talmud (which enshrines the traditions of the nation from a period far more ancient than the age of the Pharisees), where we find the very phrases even of the Apocalypse used to describe a punishment explicitly declared to be terminable.
  100. Why should Protestants boast over the Catholics in this respect? Do not both, virtually, claim that the language of Scripture is mystical, or has a meaning that does not appear in the common signification of the words? and, therefore, the Priests must interpret them to the people? Might we not as well give our Bibles altogether into the hands of these interpreters? Especially, if the plain common sense meaning of words is not to be followed, when there is no clear necessity for departing from it…What should we think of a law that says, For murder thou shalt die, if we were told the meaning is not, that the transgressor shall actually die, but be kept alive in indescribable torments, protracted to the greatest possible extent? Would any man think he was fairly dealt with by such an administration? And would he not have just cause of complaint at the want of definiteness in the terms used to denote the punishment threatened! Sermon One, page 13.
  1. Left hand: Denoting the north.
  2. It negatives an action by denoting.
  3. Denoting state, action, result of an action.
  4. Denoting mainly the agent or doer of a thing.
  5. As a cheap, affordable vice denoting affluence.
  6. An affordable addiction denoting upward mobility.
  7. Orange is one of the colors in Nature denoting poison.
  8. Their dress uniforms denoting them as servants or slaves.
  9. In the middle is a blacksmith at work, denoting industry.
  10. Revelation 13:17 as denoting the Mark of the Beast which contains its.
  11. The first clay tablets used for barter had insertions denoting each sold item.
  12. In verse 4 the name Edom means the colour red, so denoting Esau, who was born.
  13. Furthermore, Dan is given the symbol of the snake, denoting deception and lies.
  14. There was a question mark next to it, denoting humility, so I followed through.
  15. Observe the use of the ending azo, denoting a blow, cut, or shot with a weapon.
  16. A giant relief map appeared on Centrals screen, a map denoting South East Asia.
  17. Coordinates denoting the ten metre area within which the laser must be targeted.
  18. If the CS denoting the onset of the cocaine infusion was presented noncontingently.
  19. He peered at the sewn black bars denoting captain on each of Bannister's shoulders.
  20. Denoting the way the energy auras of undead entities can bounce reflectively off things.
  21. They often painted the sign of a (salt water) fish over doorways denoting their secret.
  22. For they were the very familiar Shad-owmarks denoting both affiliation with the Guild and.
  23. The man’s second shot was even less accurate than the first, probably denoting poor pistol training.
  24. Science uses the organic symbol of birth as a mathematical symbol denoting nothing instead of everything.
  25. Atall man came through the door, his features denoting a certain seriousness and a strong-willed character.
  26. They seem to have been called customs, as denoting customary payments, which had been in use for time immemorial.
  27. The seed of the woman is to 'crush ’ the 'head’ of the serpent—an image vividly denoting the destruction of his life.
  28. When the chaos ceased, Torbin had a clear view of space, and overlaid symbols and grids denoting sectors and individual stars.
  29. In the orchestra the sounds denoting them are emitted, and they talk about whether Siegfried does or does not know what fear is.
  30. Words denoting exuberance, confidence, hope, joy, and the like are also significant, though far less common in newspaper headlines.
  31. Their merits, when every consideration is taken into view, are nearly in the inverse ratio of the sums denoting their aggregate dissonance.
  32. I picked up the box of matches that were in the centre of the table and lit my cigar that I noted had the wrap denoting it as an El Rey Del Mundo.
  33. Simple open-air bedding-down arrangements were interspersed with an occasional small lean-to structure denoting those of less modest circumstances.
  34. The men were however well armed and had plenty of money, denoting possibly a long mission in France, which would jive with a surveillance operation.
  35. At certain moments the ship encountered ice at a depth of 900 meters, denoting a thickness of 1,200 meters, of which 300 meters rose above the level of the ocean.
  36. It is possible to listen to these whistles, and connect no other idea with them than as denoting the time: There’s the whistle already, it is time to go to walk.
  37. Despite these reforms, non-general use kanji are still in circulation although they may be given furigana (small hiragana found above kanji denoting their pronunciation).
  38. The skeletons of young Sarmatian girls were actually found in my time, with bowed legs denoting a life spent on horseback and with weapons surrounding them in their tombs.
  39. Out of this came the Protestant religious insanity of worshipping abstract-dead things as status symbols denoting wealth and privilege, they began collecting objects d’art.
  40. Making the mass murder and killing of innocent people in Warfare more excusable and acceptable; by simply inventing a better politically correct phrase denoting mass murder.
  41. He says that David followed after Him with all of his heart – which again is denoting someone who was following God with maximum intensity, maximum love, and maximum loyalty.
  42. Next we move to the third level and here we see more sustained volumes at this level with two above average volume bars denoting an area of price congestion which is significant.
  43. And as a chef, a culinary school graduate, what was I? A slave apprentice begging for indentured employment, conforming to an old world patriarchy, dressed in uniforms denoting status.
  44. As we would expect, the most dense area of volume is in the first area of price congestion, with two volume bars denoting the significance of this area, one above average and one extreme.
  45. The attacks by the P-38s and B-25s also seemed to have hit hard the four battleships, with thick black smoke denoting fires onboard all four and also on the two heavy cruisers of the Japanese armada.
  46. The mathematical symbol denoting absolute zero doesn’t even belong in our Universe because Space is not made up of absolutely nothing: our Space is a Formless Medium made up of Everythingness: not Nothingness.
  47. As the Greek language does not afford two stronger expressions than these for denoting the idea of literal death and extinction of being, it requires a large amount of evidence to prove that they were intended by S.
  48. As Larsen and his pilots leveled their torpedo bombers at an altitude of less than fifty meters, the squadron commander saw with a pinch of the heart a long flame appear in the sky, denoting a plane that had been hit.
  49. A box with many partitions inside it: denoting the coffins where each undead resides inside him secretly, as all the secret manipulation of the upper hidden undead realm cooperate to keep that man from ever getting up.
  50. His gaze at the ramparts was not that of a curious or idle spectator; but his looks wandered from point to point, denoting his knowledge of military usages, and betraying that his search was not unaccompanied by distrust.
  51. Receiving a steady tone from the infrared seeker head of her selected missile, denoting that it had acquired a target, Ingrid fired that missile and watched with growing expectation as it tracked the bomber she was targeting.
  52. However, the chances that a girl raised among pirates could speak seven languages, play the piano like a virtuoso and sing the way she just did were about nil, her talents denoting instead the education of a true aristocrat.
  53. Men have been wearing the sign of infinity around their necks for over 200 years now: first as scholars, then as artists, and finally as a fashion statement denoting the highest social status and then by people in the highest educational institutions.
  54. Yet, contrary to his past experience in prior naval battles, the radio frequency of their air armada was nearly empty, denoting an impressive level of radio discipline by the women of the 99th CAG that would have put to shame most naval aviators he knew.
  55. But how was he going to pick up this heavy weight? He bent over the sack, put both arms around it, and undeterred by the enormous weight he stood up with new found strength, denoting the compassion, generosity, zeal, and love for rendering good and magnificent deeds, that were enfolded within his spirit.
  56. Let the numbers denoting the frequency of these chords below C be denoted by a, b, and c, and their temperaments, before the position of C is changed, by m, n, and p: and let the frequency of the chords above C be denoted by a′, b′, and c′, and their temperaments by m′, n′, and p′, respectively.
  57. The very fact that the abstract logic of mathematics begins with a symbol denoting nothing instead of the symbol of birth, is one reason why educated people have an unconscious mental block when it comes to exploring and understanding the origin and birth of anything… never mind the birth of our Infinite Universe.
  58. No fact in literature is capable of clearer demonstration than that the majority of these nouns and verbs, denoting destruction of some sort, are used by Plato again and again in the Phaedon, a dialogue on Immortality, expressly for the purpose of conveying the idea of the literal destruction or extinction of the soul.
  59. It is not certain whether 'the beast and the false prophet’ are abstract symbols of the 'Fourth Kingdom upon earth,’ in its double form of Church and State; or symbols denoting particular classes of persons, whether satanic spirits who inspired that fourth system of government, or human kings and priests who received and acted on such inspiration.
  60. Lastly, on January 12, 1842, with his ships, the Erebus and the Terror, the Englishman Sir James Clark Ross found Victoria Land in latitude 70° 56' and longitude 171° 7' east; on the 23rd of that same month, he reached the 74th parallel, a position denoting the Farthest South attained until then; on the 27th he lay at 76° 8'; on the 28th at 77° 32'; on February 2 at 78° 4'; and late in 1842 he returned to 71° but couldn't get beyond it.
  61. Heads of social organizations, institutions, the concept of a Supreme head-being: God, the making of bread by cutting off the heads of grain, the head of a bed, the head of a burning cigar or cigarette: knocked of as ashes: getting ‘ahead’, the concept of progress as the most important thing in life, competition: getting ahead of your competition, the concept of competitive elimination: ‘heads will fall’, ‘if you are not up to snuff’, snuff: sneezing your head off by taking a pinch of snuff to clear your head, giving ‘head’ sexually, warheads, bombs, firearms, bullets, artillery: any weapon that shoots something: slingshots, arrows, spears, rocks, the heading of a page, a header in grammar, the heading on a page, the heading on a sentence, the heading on a paragraph, somersaults, head-over-heels, crowns, the crowns of Corinthian pillars, pillars do not have heads: all pillars are decapitated, all segments of pillars: all decapitated columns, the idea of decapitating pillars of the community, the idea of dethroning kings, the eating of fruit like grapes, apples, etc; all edible things like coconuts, papaya,, unpeeling the head of a banana and eating it, all vegetables in the shape of a head like onions, cabbage, lettuce, the picking of leaves, the picking of fruits, the picking of beans: all drug foods the picking of spices: creating every single drug we call food, ice cream cones, all ice cream in the shape of a decapitated head, all food portions in the shape of a head, all toppings on all food, decapitated flowers, the Rose Parade: hundreds of millions of decapitated heads of flowers, all fire with flames that are decapitated, all fireworks, the crushing of spices, the picking of decapitated heads like mushrooms, eating nuts, cracking their shell, eggs, corks and bungs used to seal barrels and bottles, the tops of bottles, the sealing and taking off the tops of bottles, jars; all tools that have a head, the head of a hammer, nails, the head of a nail, pounding the head of a nail, the cutting off of the heads of large trees before decapitating them, cutting off the heads of animals to kill them and eat them, all mathematics: the counting of heads, or I’s and adding them up, the using of tools to create decapitated segments, all sports, all balls used in sports, the hitting of all balls, ping-pong, badminton, bowling, bowling pins: the decapitation of bowling pins by a bowling ball, kingpins, kings, jewelry, stickpins with diamond heads on them, canes, walking sticks with metal heads, staffs, any artifact denoting being the head of something, scepters, globes, flyswatters, turbans, musical instruments that blare out sound: decapitating it; using holes in wood and brass instruments to decapitate the natural sound into a shorter wavelength, all fretted and unfretted musical instruments, pressing on a fret to make the note shorter, like a violin or guitar, drums, drumsticks, cymbals, the heads of shoelaces, the detached mentality called the ego: decapitated and disconnected from all the other needs and energy flows of a human being, the concept of life after death as a detached form of spirit, the structure of all hierarchy, all capitalist companies and corporate bodies being ruled and controlled by detached heads of business, the capitalization of letters at the head of a word or sentence or paragraph: especially in ancient sacred Christian texts: where the first capital letter is huge, the eating of fish by decapitating them first, the use of all drugs, narcotics wine, coffee, pills: to create a disconnection between the brain and the rest of the human being, the concept of anesthesia, using drugs to numb the brain or prevent it from feeling the body’s pain, all cultures that value stoicism, macho pigs who cannot love, the concept of the hero as a stone face refusing to face the truth, refusing to feel love, refusing to feel any emotion whatsoever, refusing to cry, the stone carvings of all the ancient Kings, the decapitated carvings of all Kings on coins, the insane idea of all kings ruling by only using their decapitated heads as decapitated coins to spread their authority, all stone busts, plaster busts, the stone faces of all heroes in modern media who refuse to feel human emotion, ping-pong, the computer game: pong, King Kong: the King cut off from State: King Kong falling off the Empire State building: all the video games that are based upon decapitated heads decapitating other heads, which are all based on the old arcade pinball machines that shot decapitated heads that bounced around scoring points hitting and scoring on as many stationary targets of decapitated heads as possible, the decapitation of hair… haircuts, shaving daily, cutting your nails, the idea of assassination as a political tool, the concept of character assassination used in all human societies to cut off people who are thought too uppity or stick out too much, and do not conform… the detached form of observation that only use instruments for the eye: microscopes, telescopes, star-gazing, stamp collecting, the collections of anything from bric-a-brac to gold coins, portraits, still pictures of decapitated heads, cameos, brooches, belt buckles, shoe buckles, still photographs of decapitated heads, talking heads, heads on celluloid talking, heads on screens, moving pictures of talking heads, the idea of a leader as a talking head, all pictures on money of decapitated heads, mouthpieces, microphones, the idea of one person speaking for another, speechwriters, lawyers, politicians, amplified music coming out of a loudspeaker, amplifiers of singing-talking heads, the idea of doing nothing but talking as being the only form of social activity allowed in polite societies, the heads of shoelaces, all knots, topknots, tying hair into knots, the idea of cutting up sounds into words, into letters, into decapitated abstract symbols of meaning separated from thee body of the meaning by segmentation, all segmented forms of tool-use, all tools that segment things into decapitated heads, all decapitated forms of awareness-thinking-feeling, all forms of specialization, all segmented ways of living-doing-seeing, decapitating the natural order of things into decapitated insane pieces: decapitating a family into age groups, decapitating a community into alienated isolated individuals, all mass butchery of living animals by cutting off their heads, morse code, ticker tape, all digitalization of signals into meaningless decapitated codes, the invention of the glass tube: the first decapitated head that could mechanically receive and send energy through nerves called wires, the invention of the transistor: the first sold decapitated head that could send and receive signals, the invention of microchips: tiny decapitated heads with their own tiny brain circuits that could perform more complicated functions than the first huge glass-blown giants called vacuum tubes: because there was nothing inside them, all glass blowing, blowing up molten glass with hot air and then decapitating it to make a glass vase or bottle, all containers from bottles, jars, gourds, ladles, to pitchers and teapots with decapitated lids, all containers, chests, holding treasure, wealth, valuables, all spices and decapitated herbs, all furniture made from decapitating trees, all houses made into decapitated heads where the people living inside them only use their heads and not their hearts or bodies, the steam engine: decapitating steam to explode out in puffs of decapitated destroyed power, all wheels, all round wheels used in machines, all watches, with dials pointing at the decapitated numbers of a disconnected circle, the decapitation of all circles into wedges, pie slices, the invention of the wedge, the invention of the axe as a metal decapitated head to stick on a wooden decapitated piece of branch, all idols, all icons, all figureheads, all abstract symbols representing the head, the pinnacle, the top, the apex, the height of anything, all hierarchical awareness and structures that deem the head as the most valuable, the best, the most noble, etc; Jack-in the Box, all boxes, everything that is put into a box or container, FedEx: the obsession of transporting boxes and parcels, the song; ‘Pop goes the Weasel’, all mass-produced goods that are boxed and shipped, the detachment of specialized labor and work, the creation of holes, digging, all mining, piston heads, engine heads, everything that is called the ‘head’ of something, the froth on the top of a glass of beer,: to be blown away, the use of all zeros and ones: as in Japanese Zeros decapitating American ships, zeros and ones being created and then decapitated inside computers, the use of all zeros and ones in mathematics, scalping, the taking of heads, the shrinking of heads: which the computer microchip is the latest evolution of, ….
  1. His motions plainly denoted his extreme exhaustion.
  2. It is denoted by the combinational characters ?: and.
  3. This portfolio is denoted with a bold frame in Table 1.
  4. These portfolios are denoted with bold frames in Table 1.
  5. Her look denoted excitement and the desire to accompany us.
  6. The latter is sometimes denoted by the Greek letter phi (Φ).
  7. His penetration was keen and denoted a superior intelligence.
  8. Nothing in his behavior denoted taste or displeasure for the kiss.
  9. He answered quite seriously, and used the word as if it denoted some.
  10. The sleepy voice of the RAF officer suddenly denoted intense interest.
  11. The man had a calm beauty about him, no less denoted by his family name.
  12. It is a culture of class and privilege denoted by purchase and ownership.
  13. The elements selected during the first iteration will be denoted as belonging to layer 1.
  14. The indicator Average True Range denoted in the USA, as ATR is a grade of the volatility.
  15. A murky red and yellow sky, and a rising mist from the Seine, denoted the approach of darkness.
  16. Darcy’s reaction denoted more guilt than rage but it might’ve been from opening the suitcase.
  17. The coming of the middling years added a slight paunch, which denoted a peaceful and contented life.
  18. They were dressed in the gray tunics that denoted them as criminals and their hands and feet chained.
  19. Heelless boots with angular toes, wedded to narrow, unstrapped trouser-ends—these denoted the vulgarian.
  20. A glow appeared in the center of the green felt right above the amber square that denoted the city of Topaz.
  21. Continuous rates of return can be calculated using the exponential function,7 denoted by either exp(x) or ex.
  22. The face of this stranger waif reflected the opposite of every characteristic the countenance of the queen denoted.
  23. In reality, each symbol on the sensors sphere that denoted a ship hit or destroyed added to her emotional distress.
  24. Metaphors have connotative blowback which then effects their euphemistic application in other denoted situations, e.
  25. The attacks in Chicago and Washington however denoted something much bigger than just a battle for power in New York.
  26. She had also found Rose Quartz deposits, which usually denoted gold, so maybe there was some of this precious mineral too.
  27. The voice itself was unfamiliar, yet it had a tough accent which denoted infallibly the section of the city where it was acquired.
  28. In programming language, where the delay of N bars is denoted by [N], the equation for a two-pole band-pass filter becomes.
  29. Once a market shifts direction, which is denoted by the bricks changing color, count backward to the third brick in the formation.
  30. And things great and small, heavy and light, as they are termed, will not be denoted by these any more than by the opposite names?
  31. The magician was distant, and his facial expressions, gestures and attitudes denoted a great contempt for me, at least so I thought.
  32. About nine o'clock in the morning, Leonardo hastily entered and clinging to the gate, with a face that denoted urgency, he began to say:.
  33. While he was a man of medium height and built, he was in top physical shape for his age and his manners denoted a strong, dominating character.
  34. Since one of the score in tennis is denoted as love, then the game of tennis may be a metaphor for a romantic relationship or a courtship.
  35. Everything was bathed in a computer-generated false light and he immediately picked out two separate targets in the bright orange that denoted body heat.
  36. The Magician was imposing; his words denoted authority and his manners reflected the assuredness granted by the knowledge that his will were always obeyed.
  37. The current point of time is denoted by T0 and the future time point for which we build the empirical distribution of the underlying asset price is denoted by T.
  38. Then a low, but increasing murmur, ran through the multitude, and finally swelled into sounds that denoted a lively opposition in the sentiments of the spectators.
  39. The ritual of crowning Kings comes from Rome; 2,300 years ago: as the laurel wreath of hay… and then later oak leaves, denoted who was the best Roman amongst them.
  40. The deeper tones of one who spoke as having authority were next heard, amid a silence that denoted the respect with which his orders, or rather advice, was received.
  41. A slight blurring of the picture, that might have denoted a passing of time, and then Conan saw Prospero and his knights filing out of the gates and spurring southward.
  42. Bolton showed him a box of technician-fourth-grade insignia, and Colling counted out several sets of the three chevrons surmounting a T that denoted his new rank.
  43. In brief, it seemed to the doctor that the prince’s choice, far from being a sign of foolishness, denoted, on the contrary, a shrewd, calculating, and practical mind.
  44. It capitalizes on trends when the signal is profitable as denoted by the [Big Gains] moniker, then a fail-safe mechanism kicks in to limit losses if the signal is false.
  45. In the meantime, Duncan saw Alice to a place of safety, and then sought the scout, with a countenance that denoted how eagerly he also panted for the approaching contest.
  46. We must bear in mind that the seventh or synthetic characteristic of each of the rays is denoted by the ray name and is not specifically stated in the other six qualities.
  47. The length of the historical period used to build the distribution will be addressed as the historical horizon of the empirical distribution and will be denoted by L (L > τ).
  48. She saw that it was the work of a skilled artisan and that the diamonds were of great brilliancy and superbly set, but the cutting of them denoted that they were of a former day.
  49. His speaking denoted the refinement of long study hours, good for the expansion of the culture, for social conventions or for some other motives that were not coming to the case.
  50. Notice that most of the volume is taking place in the near month, September, and that many strikes in October have not even traded (those denoted with a C in front of the last price).
  51. It was suggested to use the standard deviation of asset returns (or their dispersion) as the measure of price variability, which is usually denoted by the term historical volatility.
  52. Though unsophisticated in the usual sense, she was not incomplete; and it would have denoted deficiency of womanhood if she had not instinctively known what an argument lies in propinquity.
  53. The lead rider gave the hand signal that denoted a watering hole ahead and the two thousand riders continued to ride into the area long after the Su-Katii leader, Lord Banok had dismounted.
  54. Thus, "word" or "order" is denoted by a head, a phonetic character, and the ideograph of "speaking," the whole being a fairly exact counterpart of the Egyptian tep-ro, an "oral communication.
  55. I waited a few moments, expecting he would go on with the subject first broached: but he seemed to have entered another train of reflection: his look denoted abstraction from me and my business.
  56. There is something ridiculous in the expression 'master of himself;' for the master is also the servant and the servant the master; and in all these modes of speaking the same person is denoted.
  57. Don’t move yet, Nancy! She said before adding the medal of the Purple Shield with three rubies, which denoted the fact that she had been wounded three times while on duty with the Time Patrol.
  58. The single golden sword which denoted a general officer in the Royal Chisholmian Army had been replaced by crossed golden swords, marking the duke as the first high general in Chisholmian—or Charisian—history.
  59. When Izz Huett and Tess arrived at the scene of operations only a rustling denoted that others had preceded them; to which, as the light increased, there were presently added the silhouettes of two men on the summit.
  60. Had we been ill-disposed towards one another, it might have denoted irony, or contempt for pretence, or a desire to conceal from Papa (standing by the while) our real relations, as well as many other thoughts and sentiments.
  61. Abraham read: ‘‘This warrant renders unto the bearers the unchallenged right to examine all house, home, and household goods of the residence denoted below, by order of the Chief of Police in the township of Eudora, Mississippi.
  62. Marilyn Monroe, smiling with anticipation while waiting besides Ingrid’s F-83, eyed the 158 small flags painted on the side of the cockpit, which denoted all the air victories credited to Ingrid during her career as a fighter pilot.
  63. By the frequency with which the Indians described the marks of a forest trial, it was evident they urged a pursuit by land, while the repeated sweep of Hawkeye's arm toward the Horican denoted that he was for a passage across its waters.
  64. Pushing through the forest there were few animals to be seen; occasionally a rustling among the bushes announced some lordly snake on the prowl, or a chatter and cracking overhead denoted that a solemn palaver of monkeys had been disturbed.
  65. He then unfurled a little ensign which denoted that his craft bore a member of the royal family of Zodanga, and together we made our way through the maze of low-lying air vessels until we hung directly over the jeddak of Zodanga and his staff.
  66. An impressive quantity of books and magazines, many dealing with military affairs, geopolitics and history, denoted a person of learning, while the various sports gear and outfits also told of someone who took care of her body as much as of her mind.
  67. Soon after, two cries in quick succession on each side of us denoted that the other boats had got fast; but hardly were they overheard, when with a lightning-like hurtling whisper Starbuck said: "Stand up!" and Queequeg, harpoon in hand, sprang to his feet.
  68. Their rounded roofs, admirably molded for defense against the weather, denoted more of industry and foresight than the natives were wont to bestow on their regular habitations, much less on those they occupied for the temporary purposes of hunting and war.
  69. Neither did He object to their interpretation, but confirmed it, by predicating of Himself an existence denoted by a form of speech suitable only to a pre-existent divine nature 'Before Abraham was I am;’ an existence therefore on which, in fact, the life of mankind might depend.
  70. In the ante-room I met T—vski, a young nobleman of not much information, but of firm, generous character; the convicts excepted him from the hatred they felt for the convicts of noble birth; they were almost fond of him; every one of his gestures denoted the brave and energetic man.
  71. They are certified by The High Circle of Spell Casters of The Just Alliance as Eminent Artifacts of Power and Justice, and as such, an oath of justice sworn upon either of them will be sufficiently binding to merit being denoted by the Marking spell that serves as passport to The Just Alliance.
  72. Let the numbers denoting the frequency of these chords below C be denoted by a, b, and c, and their temperaments, before the position of C is changed, by m, n, and p: and let the frequency of the chords above C be denoted by a′, b′, and c′, and their temperaments by m′, n′, and p′, respectively.
  73. While, however, these manifestations of weakness were exhibited by the young and vain of the party, the more experienced warriors continued their search throughout both caverns, with an activity that denoted they were far from being satisfied with those fruits of their conquest which had already been brought to light.
  74. That the Godhead should be itself distinguished into Persons, such as may be denoted by the relationships of Fatherhood and Sonship, or by such images as that of Mind and Speech, or Thought and Word, is itself a notion altogether foreign to the circle of ideas respecting Deity gathered by the study of matter and mind.
  75. Andrea seized the certificate of his father's marriage and his own baptismal register, and after having opened them with all the eagerness which might be expected under the circumstances, he read them with a facility which proved that he was accustomed to similar documents, and with an expression which plainly denoted an unusual interest in the contents.
  76. They are precisely the terms generally chosen in the New Testament to denote the punishment of the wicked, with this difference: that Plato says the soul will not suffer qa>natov, ajpw>leia, o]leqrov, fqora>, that it is not destined to ajpole>sqai, karafqei>resqai, ajpoqnh>skein; while the New Testament writers declare that wicked men shall suffer what is denoted by these terms.
  77. They are precisely the terms generally chosen in the New Testament to denote the punishment of the wicked;—with this difference, that Plato says the soul will not suffer qa>natov, ajpw>leia, o]leqrov, fqora>; that it is not destined to (ajpole>sqai, katafqei>resqai, diafqei>recrqai, ajpoqnh>skein; while the New Testament writers declare that wicked men shall suffer what is denoted by these terms.
  78. There is one principle with which, as we were saying, a man learns, another with which he is angry; the third, having many forms, has no special name, but is denoted by the general term appetitive, from the extraordinary strength and vehemence of the desires of eating and drinking and the other sensual appetites which are the main elements of it; also money-loving, because such desires are generally satisfied by the help of money.
  79. She might at least be mistress of her own gait; walk with short, feverish little steps or retard her pace to keep harmony with her alternate rapid or halting reflections, for her mind, as she walked, went back over the past six months of her married life with a persistence, a clearness, that denoted how important were the details, how ineffaceable were the marks her experiences had made upon her, how intensely she felt what she had lived, how seriously she had taken life, how absorbed she was in the man to whom she had attached herself—how desperately she loved her husband.
  80. That every unregenerate being, who, having been born in sin, has died in sin, is destined to an endless existence in some degree of misery of body or mind, or both—an existence, the duration of which would be only commencing when it had lasted through a number of millenniums denoted by lines of figures as numerous as the vibrating beams of light which extend from all the suns and stars of the firmament into the infinite darkness—even if these innumerable lines of figures should be multiplied into each other,—this is a proposition which requires for its support something more solid than two or three disputed texts out of the English version of Matthew’s and Mark's gospels, and which nothing short of absolute demonstration ought to persuade any man to embrace as from God.
  81. The position occupied by a combination in the ordering is denoted as k, k = 1,.
  1. The word Catahoula denotes a.
  2. This denotes ambition and interest.
  3. Denotes the start and end of a macro.
  4. The word can denotes power or ability.
  5. Here brotherhood denotes no specific sex.
  6. The buffalo on the blue denotes the fauna.
  7. Many believe that it denotes God's fullness.
  8. It denotes serenity, peace of mind, and rejuvenation.
  9. This denotes the supreme Merits of Almighty Al’lah.
  10. The Hebrew rephaim denotes those who have 'sunk' to.
  11. It denotes a large bird that is native to his planet.
  12. That denotes a very high potential for powerful magic.
  13. And with that inward laugh which denotes certainty, he.
  14. To dream that you are calm denotes a fulfilling life.
  15. The fine line denotes F; the thick line corresponds to G.
  16. It denotes the Serpent’s curse for the return of light.
  17. That is what this noble verse of Valuation fortress denotes.
  18. Used in this context in the Book of Zechariah, it denotes.
  19. And that is what the Noble Qur'an marvelous verse denotes:.
  20. Alternatively, it denotes your drive, tenacity and ambition.
  21. M: ‘I am’ denotes the inner, ‘there is’ — the outer.
  22. InSpanish, as in English, the preposition merely denotes that.
  23. To dream that you miss a train denotes missed opportunities.
  24. Thisconstruction, which usually marks time, here denotes place.
  25. Darwinism says: the word God denotes to absolute nothing.
  26. It denotes the special Sabbaths of the feast…in this case the.
  27. And the noble saying denotes: he that has no love has no faith.
  28. ZERR: It denotes, therefore, that a life devoted to the service.
  29. Poppy: This red flower denotes that you will soon need consolation.
  30. That is what the word the communicated expresses and denotes.
  31. Also, note that virgin denotes purity of character, thoughts.
  32. It also denotes the connection between the spiritual and the earthly.
  33. This verse denotes: Have you not looked at the movement of the earth?
  34. To dream that you are climbing to the top of a fence denotes success.
  35. The holy saying denotes: Everything in creation is dependent on God.
  36. To hear running water in your dream denotes meditation and reflection.
  37. That denotes a ruler who was conquering, and to conquer, which in and of.
  38. The noble Hadith denotes: The licit is plain, and the illicit is plain.
  39. This set of instructions denotes how a web page will look like or should.
  40. It denotes: you, disbeliever! Move your thought and stop your straying.
  41. It denotes: surely, you have heard the story of Moses, have not you?
  42. It denotes: what is this great power that threw the mountains on the earth?!.
  43. To dream that you are joyful denotes harmony amongst friends and loved ones.
  44. It’s quiet out here, chilly but without that biting cold which denotes winter.
  45. This denotes baser, physical and materialistic impulses and drives that cause.
  46. The RED text denotes how it practically applies to the example of CIMR & TIMGP.
  47. Creationism—A term that denotes a belief in a Creator who created the earth in.
  48. The position above the earth denotes truth, wisdom, and their comparative moral.
  49. Briskingly: this word denotes that the act of these winds is based on rules.
  50. That is what the phrase those who are in linkup with God expresses and denotes.
  51. A sad state considering that imposition of beliefs denotes their insecurities in faith.
  52. The Hebrew rephaim denotes those who have 'sunk' to the unseen abode, descending into.
  53. This verse denotes: Oh man! Your Provider who supplies you with life is always with you.
  54. Accordingly, black denotes the absence of light (truth) and understanding, hence ignorance.
  55. At last he was rewarded by the sounds of the regular breathing within which denotes sleep.
  56. To dream that you have cancer denotes hopelessness, grief, self-pity, and un-forgiveness.
  57. If you see a vase full of flowers, it denotes that your financial condition is satisfactory.
  58. To see a messy and unkempt yard denotes that aspects of your life are out of your control.
  59. ZERR: It denotes, therefore, that a life devoted to the service of sin wil earn or merit the.
  60. The noble saying denotes: There is a reality for each truth, and a light for each rightness.
  61. To see a pallbearer in your dream suggests denotes that you have to keep your temper in check.
  62. Inthis Latinism the preterit denotes that a thing or conditionthat once existed no longer exists.
  63. To dream that others are in despair denotes that someone around you will be in need of your help.
  64. Weather Bureau in the 1950s, and denotes the fluffy cumulonimbus clouds that people find attractive.
  65. The number denotes Caesar – Nero deducted from the Hebrew alphabet having one six scale less (666).
  66. The noble saying denotes: That whose heart has involved a little bit of belief will come out of Fire.
  67. Again, the final syllable of this word in Arabic, ‘na’, denotes the Supreme Merits of Almighty Al’lah.
  68. It has too nice a ring to it when in reality it denotes nothing but bad news, unless you are a stockholder.
  69. It denotes: Does this man think that his money will make him last forever so that he will not meet death?
  70. To dream that you are in a cafeteria denotes that there may be a lot of issues eating you up inside.
  71. To dream of a bursting dam denotes that you have lost control of your anger and are overwhelmed with emotions.
  72. Night: It denotes that you have neglected yourself and the joys of life; stop worrying so much about everything.
  73. To see someone tipsy in your dream denotes that you need to be careful with whom you associate yourself with.
  74. The sign plus denotes that the degree to which it belongs is to be raised, and minus, that it is to be depressed.
  75. Scales: It denotes that you are an honest and reasonable person, which will help you earn money and a good reputation.
  76. To see a stack of papers in your dream denotes overwhelming responsibilities and stress that you have to cope with.
  77. Alternatively, the dream denotes your readiness to expose or reveal an aspect of yourself that was previously private.
  78. Note also that when a category denotes short puts or calls in a certain market, these could be naked or covered positions.
  79. She held the conviction that the word “several” indicated a group of seven things in the way “a couple” denotes two.
  80. In this scheme, the signal is broken up into units of time called cells, and the voltage of each cell denotes its binary value.
  81. So this verse denotes: You, man, ! Look at the state of that who denies the right; and see the vicious deeds coming out of him.
  82. It denotes, why do you meet these boons and that favor with such a rejection to the commands which I put only for your advantages?
  83. To dream that you run away with the carnival denotes that you will be involved in or closely connected to the entertainment field.
  84. The tradition denotes that Jerusalem had been captured in the age of Omar Ibn Al-Khattab when it had been under the Christian Romans.
  85. To dream that you fall from a fence denotes that you are in way over your head in regards to some project which you are dealing with.
  86. It denotes that he is subject to government, indeed ; but that, as he has some property, he cannot himself be the property of a master.
  87. The Holy Saying denotes: ((Neither My earth nor My heaven could witness My Supreme Attributes like the heart of My believing follower did.
  88. The symbol may also share the same significance as a circle and thus denotes infinity, eternity, completeness, absolute freedom and holiness.
  89. Here, T denotes the event that I was carrying a trick deck and Tc denotes the complementary event (not T) that I was carrying the normal deck.
  90. Also, this verse denotes that all what our Provider granted us of science, knowledge, life and strength are but a consignment He has put at us.
  91. Silence that denotes absence of noise is not a target in itself but it is a preparatory stage to experience the spiritual silence called Samadhi.
  92. To dream that you are sailing the high seas in a ship denotes that you are still standing tall despite the emotional turmoil occurring in your life.
  93. This Verse also denotes that all the science, knowledge, life and strength that our Provider granted to us are but a consignment that He has left with us.
  94. So is the formula W = μ + βH + γA + Z, where W denotes the weight of a child, H is its height, A its age, and Z, as always, is a purely random component.
  95. One of the best significant ways to get the employers' attention is by using words that are really powerful that denotes strong capabilities of the applicant.
  96. To dream that you are having sex with an ex or someone who is not your current mate denotes your reservations about embarking in a new relationship or situation.
  97. It denotes: ‘since you have led his heart to the right path and has become a believer, so leave him and turn to those with all attention so that they may believe’.
  98. In this way a stoplight display is created, where green denotes perfect correlation, red denotes perfect anticorrelation, and yellow represents intermediate values.
  99. The verse and overflowing cup denotes that they will get a cup, viz things containing all the sorts of luxuries and these luxuries are constantly flowing and presented.
  100. The Holy Saying denotes: ((I was a hidden treasure, and then I desired to be known, and so I created creation and acquainted them with Me, so that they knew Me through Me)).

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