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    1. Normal doesn't have to be boring and nice does not have to equate with un-fun! That's the

    2. Equate the amount of shade with the

    3. They equate thinness with being in control,

    4. Having programs and activities does not equate to the Kingdom

    5. We just need to remind ourselves of this truth that delays of the Creator do not equate its denial

    6. Year 2012 does not equate the end of times but instead the end of an era of imbalance and division

    7. To equate American religious conservatives with the Afghan Taliban is to be more than murky, for the Taliban are not conservatives nor conservators

    8. Equally ludicrous was the attempt by some conservatives to equate Kacynski with either the Clinton administration or Al Gore specifically

    9. In this scenario we equate money with

    10. But the third leg, the heirs of Joshua who fell away from the “Word,” who might we equate them with in our Jesus story?

    11. Why, then, would he wish to equate one of the monsters of history with Washington or Jefferson?

    12. couldn’t equate a tattoo with Mt

    13. With such linear thinking, they inadvertently equate karma with fundamentalism, where all present experience is simply attributed to past karma

    14. Although it is a bizarre twist of ethics and morals to equate humans and animals, some might be persuaded to apply the analogy to those who do

    15. You equate me with the Ultimate Reality, the source and

    16. “The only one that you carried that would equate to extra weight would be Cody

    17. Do the math; one block of pixels purchased would equate to a

    18. What was worse, he came to equate riches with corrupt practices

    19. You equate many things with creating and bringing joy but the true reason; even in your current lifetime, that you experience joy is because of the vibration, the measurement of the energy within the action, this is what causes joy

    20. Stallman wasn't the first to equate hacking with pleasure

    21. When college-educated missionaries seek financial support from black Christians, I think African Americans equate their requests with charity

    22. All this occurred while southern racists managed to equate African-American social equity with a myth that black men innately wanted to rape white women

    23. White liberals could then easily equate fundamentalism with the Pharisees that killed Jesus

    24. Some liberals today go a step further and equate the word “fundamentalist” with terrorists

    25. The reason for the discrepancy is that most people equate concentration with

    26. It was hard to equate my memories of those gentle, smiling people with the pictures of featureless, universally drab-greened automatons, which we saw in the newspapers

    27. I wouldn’t equate it with God, though

    28. � Some may actually equate The One with God

    29. Unlike some, that equate questions with doubt, or discourage the reasoning mind, the

    30. perhaps ten percent, or more, which would equate to between seven and eight hundred thousand

    31. Some mystics equate grace, love and spirit with the divine essence

    32. For the sake of simplicity, we equate it with the retention ratio multiplied by

    33. models that equate the price of the stock with the present value of cash flows received in

    34. Thirdly, we multiply the variables within the covariance by the term S(U) / S(L) to equate

    35. great enough to equate the entities

    36. Years ago, analysts would equate the cost of equity with the return on equity (ROE)

    37. On today's map these two areas equate to the

    38. equity (ROE) and retention, and we equate the cost of equity with ROE, then ROE would

    39. In short, how did atomic physics equate to sexual morality?

    40. that equate the behavior of victims of terrorism or other abuses with the

    41. For the purpose of this illustrate, let’s equate stopping bad guys with making money

    42. At this rate, in thirty days it would equate to one-hundred inches of rain

    43. which was very important; he wracked his brain trying to equate the

    44. We could not equate the Congress and the BJP all the time

    45. An archaic understanding of microbial retentive filtration would lead one to equate a filter's

    46. You always equate the most expensive

    47. Since it’s in the nature of the believers to equate the mission of the Messiah with the message of ‘the God’, in time, the life of Muhammad became the symbol of Islam

    48. that a person can maintain, that equate to the seven stages of mankind

    49. The idea niggled in the back of her brain that those aboriginal peoples who remained in the world were basically non-aggressive, which would equate primitive with peaceful

    50. Which is realistic? Which one’s fair?! Why should we demand we be given daily bread? How did we earn being kept from temptation and delivered from evil? If we were given free will, as I believe all agree we have, how can that equate with demanding to be saved from ever having to use it?! Get real, kids

    1. How many times have I heard this passage references, or read this passage in the Bible? How many times have I heard someone say that Jesus’ death on the cross delivers us from sin? How many times have I heard it equated that Jesus is the Messiah because He sacrificed Himself for our sakes? All of these statements, as true as they might be, were shallow clichés that missed entirely the point

    2. All of this is equated as him being a man who has the spirit of the gods

    3. men, dark green is a color that is equated with masculinity and wealth

    4. The value of honesty may be equated to what needs to be hidden

    5. Joshua’s authority could be equated to the apostolic today

    6. Next he somehow equated a girl attracting a man with chasing money

    7. rest of the scriptures, and he equated an apostle’s epistles with the same sacred status as the Old Testament

    8. The gadgets for entertainment, which for most people his age were a must, all equated in expense to every hour and minute of drudgery at that factory

    9. Their disability is equated to their inability in a sense

    10. Might they be equated with the Adam and Eve leg of the first trilogy, “who had come out of the Garden far different creatures than had ever before been produced”? This garden of the “first couple” seems to have disappeared into prehistory, with only a believer’s understanding that it had ever been real

    11. That new proposal is totally equated and available with economic viability for its immediate implantation in order to provide the great well-being so eagerly expected for the humanity

    12. Know that the sponsors have the available resources, they already invest trillion dollars in donation or loan with social finality and they are opened to hear innovative proposals to apply in projects that show brilliant and equated ideas as solution to the social problems in a definitive way

    13. Every process that was developed by the author is already scientifically equated, without to be utopia

    14. Yes, I was in love and yes, planning for my singing career, but now I understood that my profound fear of my father, from earliest childhood equated with the Will of God, could possibly cripple me in progressing towards my goal

    15. The Lord show by prophecy that Jerusalem is equated with Heaven through the use

    16. Constant, which equated each photon of light with a specific amount of energy

    17. equated God with nature

    18. Amori watched Cody knowing that something was not right with him, but equated it to the fact that he was finding out stuff about himself that he had never know before

    19. If it had been her parents she knew they would have either equated it to the fact that she had been gone so long, or they would think that she had lost her mind

    20. So he equated it to they had arrived after he and Valdis had left

    21. Zerubbabel meanwhile in dream-five was equated with Seven Spirits, reminiscent of the dreams of Pharaoh (a mountainous obstacle)

    22. But she is adamant that a biological basis for the experience of God cannot be equated with God

    23. God, she believes, is the ground of all that exists and cannot in any way be equated with material reality, including the brain

    24. The Akashic records or ‘The Book of Life’ can be equated to the universe’s super computer system

    25. output should not be equated

    26. Non-violence is quite often equated with cowardice, a way out, or cope out

    27. may be a small investment of your time, equated to not

    28. The figure is equated with reason and depicts the totality in the nothingness of death

    29. culturally equated with one of the strongest forms of degradation

    30. of appearance may change, but the fact that women's worth is equated with appearance

    31. Little wonder, then, that time is so often equated with money

    32. Big business isn’t, never was and will never be equated to a human being

    33. The Sarmatian would have of course been an obvious target for the Jews as a known pagan female musician, a combination that equated with sin to them

    34. For many primates, the lumber industries are equated with

    35. Remember that love is not equated to how much you spend on an item

    36. Nothing could prepare him for the flaming horror of watching the city where he had grown up erupt into what equated to a funeral pyre, buildings launching smudges of black smoke into the dawn time sky to obscure the rising red orb of the sun

    37. The latter are the individuals who go to school forever – not to be equated with the good habit of learning, exemplified by a person continually in quest of knowledge, asking questions – but none of them dumb

    38. This is also equated with Satan as the creator of evil and

    39. He wondered what her age was? Her look indicated early twenties, but becoming assumptive in the past had always equated to error

    40. This equated to two hundred and twenty two acres of

    41. I had always equated Islam with a giant snake that enveloped and ate its own – other

    42. equated to about six hundred million! Heavy numbers

    43. The fall of Berlin was equated with the destruction of the Nazi system, and the end of the war

    44. levered version of the company so that unlevered and levered can be equated

    45. In this case, the “borrowing cost” is equated with

    46. The amount of tolerable error, also called “bound on error” is equated with two

    47. This al seemed very reasonable and equated

    48. From him I learned the date was seven hundred and ten by the Gods’ time which I learned later equated to about 1500 AD and the mansion we were in once belonged to an extremely powerful Sorcerer who had died and the mansion and land surrounding it had stood empty for years

    49. I am a devotee of zodiacal primary directions to angles equated to time with the Placidian True Solar Arc in RA measure (the MC is moved in Right Ascension – both forward and conversely – at the same rate that the progressed sun is moving in RA

    50. This process that is meant to account for our own sorts of habitats has to bèmatched, balanced, equated and leveledùp with our current sorts of environments in order to be versed out over the appropriate belt of this existing kind of a universe

    1. That equates to approximately one sixth of the world’s total population

    2. A belief that equates wealth with “natural virtue” and poverty with sin inevitably fails to punish the wealthy for their crimes, and leads to a culture of lawlessness among financial elites

    3. “In the air this equates with a high rate of attrition, i

    4. That, my friends, equates to one and a half million dollars – split six ways – that’s like winning Lotto

    5. obedience equates to “life” to those who receive it

    6. to move forward only when the door opens, equates to being sin-

    7. Put against your mortgage that equates to

    8. it became known in physics, equates light with a unit of energy; so light is therefore also equal to

    9. And yet neither of them, or so it seems to me, has come to the point that Jung describes as the development of a philosophy of life independent of society, which equates power over people with success

    10. The System equates them with angels

    11. It’s only an average, but it equates to nearly £25 a day, to which you can add a considerable amount if you like to eat and get out of your home

    12. Bodies ’ leadbeater equates the lower Causal Body in this book with the

    13. which equates to bad for

    14. Popularity only equates to being popular! The question

    15. Some will argue that a database needs to have a key and this equates to an indexed file, but certainly a sequential file is a database – with limitations

    16. The Bible equates personal debt with slavery: “The rich ruleth over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender” (Proverbs 22:7)

    17. In my case this equates to about 90% of the total niche! My best prospects are those that have been battling for a while because they understand the value of the solution that I am offering

    18. So this truth equates to 'We

    19. thousand dollars in hard cash money, that equates to six thousand

    20. A military crisis most often equates a political crisis

    21. Such expediency will derive an interest expense that equates a firm’s

    22. student/investor sets up a function that equates the product of long-term debt and the tax

    23. indicator is a ratio that shows how close a stock is to its highest level: ((Closing Price - Low Price) / (High Price - Low Price)) equates range with price level and can be done for any

    24. So on our astrolabe, that equates to P, Q, R, S, T

    25. That equates to six inches of rain a day

    26. 00 per hour raise from their job, which only equates to about $2,000 more per year

    27. He thus equates traditions with Sanatan Dharm

    28. If the acquisition of knowledge equates with a loss of innocence (rather than 73

    29. What their loss of innocence equates to is gaining social responsibility

    30. “What?” they said, meaning fuckever, for preminded hip incomprehension equates to post-ideological indifference

    31. approval, then all non-acts against the State equates

    32. Ought To avatard instructs its client about tough luving their child, spouse, or parent – why not your nation, ideology, or god? – they are not talking about a kind or type of love, but an incognito bullying that equates control with truth and conflates truth with desire

    33. This framing equates the good with the moral and therefore right and true way of living, e

    34. We are the greatest equates to you are not and, therefore, in the world of society as cultural competition 'You are the loser', perhaps even the worst

    35. The act of transgressing thus equates to the selection of a

    36. equates the USA with Rome and the Vatican

    37. In one year, light travels (which equates to one light year) 6 million x million miles

    38. Everything existing in relation to the Universe, by definition, exists as atom-energies, and this Existence as we know it has a Beginning, a Past, a Present, and a Future, which if contemplated equates to the concept of Time

    39. The first law of thermodynamics equates to the fact that the amount of energy in the universe never changes in quantity, but the second law of thermodynamics is the fact that structures and functions of atom-energy and electromagnetic spectrum-energy (heat, light, radiation, etc

    40. fixed signs of the zodiac as cherubim (angels) and Revelation directly equates stars with angels

    41. openly equates stars with angels and then uses angels, seals, stars, and additional date and zodiac

    42. Revelation openly equates stars and

    43. The Spirit of Good equates to the

    44. The top arm and the area above the horizontal bar equates to positive, the “air,” and the Spirit of

    45. equates with an annualize

    46. " Yet when he is harmed on God's account, he equates the people's persecution with God's retribution

    47. The "Spirit" equates to higher Planes and the "Matter" - to the lower

    48. When into composition of thin shell forming that or other chakra, enter more and more particles Yan (emitting energy-ether), from what their number equates with the number of particles Yin (absorbing ether), the chakra is opened

    49. Here’s something that needs a lot of digesting – cooking at home can be as dangerous to health as eating out if you don’t know what you are doing! No! We haven’t really lost our minds – consider this – when you cook with processed ingredients with high fat, sugar, preservative and sodium contents, it equates to eating proverbial junk food

    50. Every structure includes a footprint, which equates to the total square footage of the external dimension

    1. Psalm 63 gives reference that Jesus’ wings are the very wings of God – thus equating Him with God

    2. He goes one step further than equating Jesus with a deliverer

    3. "Oh they can believe the computing medium and the capacity, they will have a problem equating it with classical Scripture

    4. based on equating her with her physicalness and, more precisely, on its meaning

    5. Equating the self with appearance in a surplus of meaning

    6. can be formed by equating each interest rate that a firm pays on its existing debt with the


    8. We further establish two premises, equating the market returns with the individual

    9. The effect was like that of a mini atomic bomb, the detonation of the cloud of explosive vapors equating the power of nearly twenty tons of TNT

    10. The only downside was that Westerners became rather myopic, equating acupuncture alone with Chinese medicine, and it is so very much more than just that

    11. Equating God simply with love is allowing yourselves to

    12. The practices of blood stem from soul via primitive supernatural power equating life with blood i

    13. Equating the bird with life and the void with death, he found himself spellbound

    14. You put the words into my mouth, equating abortion to the ancient pagan practice of sacrificing the children, conceived by ritual temple prostitution, to Molech

    15. In that "baddest" one a deep, rumbling voice-over describes this newest version of the hot rod as "hungry"—apparently equating its need for sustenance with that of a starving Great White off Australia's most shark-teeming shores

    16. when repairing your credit score, you should not be equating

    17. equating my relationship troubles with the plight of, say,

    18. This I prove using mathematical equating when I prove how the Universe started by implementing Pythagoras first when the law of

    19. So, Jerome wasn't in error, but later Christian (and Mormon) translations were in equating "Lucifer" with "Satan"

    20. To the Spanish Coke commercial that sells coke by asking the question: “How many people will come to your funeral?” Showing a parade of professional actors following a funeral hearse painted in gaudy colors… only to run the hearse along with the coffin in it, off a pier into the ocean: when suddenly a giant fish leaps up and swallows the hearse with the dead body inside it before it can hit the water: this is a regression that goes so far back into the mists of primordial Time it is incredible… back to a Time when giant reptilian aquatic monsters regularly killed and ate anything that moved on the land or flew in the air… just as reptilian fish today still leap out of the water and swallow insects: equating the dead corpse of a human and the hearse carrying it as the shell of an insect, as an insect to be eaten by some undead reptilian monster

    21. the rays of the sun, directly equating the symbolism of light and heat with that of life

    22. So once again, equating the phallus and the masculine with the point because of Osiris and Isis

    23. I flushed on reading those lines; he was equating me with a faith, with a holy mother, to whom countless souls devote their life

    24. For equating you with the Lord of the Worlds

    25. Those of you who estrange their wives by equating them with their mothers-they are not their mothers

    26. • equating success with relative status (wealth, fame)

    27. This is not a shoddy return, especially when there is roughly another 4% of costs covered, equating to a 11

    28. 6 million songs had been played 22 billion times on all Facebook music apps, equating to 210,000 years’ worth of music

    29. • simply equating a good company with a good investment irrespective of the stock’s price

    30. However, equating spot price changes with unexpected returns is not completely correct because markets may have expected a part of the spot price change

    31. Academics have long argued that simply equating nominal interest rate differentials with prospective returns fails to take into account the market’s expectations of exchange rate changes

    32. Equating derivatives to zero in all parameters and solving the obtained system of equations is an elegant way for finding the optimal solution

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