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Frasi con nullify (in inglese)

  1. What events might nullify these calculations?
  2. And how important it was that she nullify his testimony.
  3. Debra was only needed in a small way to nullify that power.
  4. Other accusations by liberal Democrats to nullify the Florida.
  5. These tastes nullify the effect of sweets and purify the blood.

  6. There is technology which can nullify the natural decay process.
  7. These sacrifices have the capability to nullify the natural sanskars.
  8. Mind you, most of the research was regarding new uses for tasrac, not how to nullify it.
  9. Nothing could nullify it, nothing could take it away; it was almost their belief in life.
  10. Of course, too many lower lows will eventually negate the long-range uptrend, and thus nullify this setup.
  11. Phil paused, probably considering whether there was anything he could say to nullify Hugo’s afterthought.
  12. The fact of the matter is that alcohol will certainly nullify the effects of the stress hormones in the body.
  13. Of course, too many higher highs will eventually negate the long-range downtrend and thus nullify this setup.
  14. The banker felt that he had done something to nullify one cause of uneasiness, and yet he was scarcely the easier.
  15. Roosevelt to appoint six New Deal justices to nullify the votes on the Court of six sitting judges who were 70 years or older.

  16. I would agree to none of this if there might be any hope that I could persuade father to nullify my betrothal to Lord Galador.
  17. Except, of course, the poor slob who didn't have a Shell Card to nullify the usurping of his or her means of getting home, by the star of the piece.
  18. He chose the lowly things of this world and the despised things and the things that are not, to nullify the things that are, so that no one may boast before Him.
  19. Inside civilization: it is impossible to destroy the evil of imbalanced power without using some form of force, and power to oppose it and destroy it, or nullify it.
  20. The two ends of the bus must be terminated with electrical resistors that nullify the voltages reaching them so that the signals do not reflect in the other direction.
  21. You can not dilute and nullify the Word of God with silly and stupid, but politically and socially correct arguments to nullify his statutes, laws and the perfect examples He gave us!.
  22. Aware of his dissertation’s controversial nature, he made a conscientious effort to prove every issue to nullify possible attacks even before he was called to defend it in May of 1976.
  23. Those who disbelieve, and hinder from the path of God, and oppose the Messenger after guidance has become clear to them-they will not hurt God in the least, but He will nullify their deeds.
  24. The only level of human awareness that can nullify the arrogance that the power of mobility creates is the Sense of Pure Wonder, and a critical self-awareness of oneself that does not lie to itself.
  25. This means: If you have a number of versus which portrays a certain teaching throughout scripture, you cannot take one verse, completely out of context, to nullify or wipe out all the preceding verses.

  26. If you will but nullify by criticism and free-handling the truth on Atonement, you may retain all the rest of Christianity, and pass for liberal Christians, without hindrance from the chief enemy of Christ.
  27. To take everything scripture teaches regarding this subject and nullify it on the basis that some graves have been pillaged is the same as saying: My child stole a cookie, therefore I amputated his hands.
  28. To let her parents know that she was a deserted wife, dependent, now that she had relieved their necessities, on her own hands for a living, after the éclat of a marriage which was to nullify the collapse of the first attempt, would be too much indeed.
  29. This distinction of procedure refers to the relations of the kingdom of believers to the kingdoms of secular government and does not nullify the right of social groups of believers to maintain order in their ranks and administer discipline upon unruly and unworthy members.
  30. Hence the mere chance of seeing Will occasionally was like a lunette opened in the wall of her prison, giving her a glimpse of the sunny air; and this pleasure began to nullify her original alarm at what her husband might think about the introduction of Will as her uncle's guest.
  31. I find it quite troubling whenever an (activist) judge eagerly concedes the legal ―rights‖ of a terrorist (at the risk of endangering the lives of law-abiding citizens) who would otherwise nullify, without pause, the very laws that he or she conveniently utilizes for his or her own (legal) advantage.
  32. If only the most basic human knowledge itself were collated enough to nullify some of the monopolist areas of needless, wasteful, conflicting, overlapping expertise; so everyone was equally well-informed: then the rest of this structure would come crashing down along with the pyramidalization of knowledge.
  33. Since, thus, the prevision of his own unending bliss could not nullify the bitter savors of irritated jealousy and vindictiveness, it is the less surprising that the probability of a transient earthly bliss for other persons, when he himself should have entered into glory, had not a potently sweetening effect.
  34. And though I do not believe that any change in our relations will occur (certainly none has yet occurred) which can nullify the obligations imposed on me by the past, pardon me for not seeing that those obligations should restrain me from using the ordinary freedom of living where I choose, and maintaining myself by any lawful occupation I may choose.
  35. Not only that, but Einstein’s attempt to scrap his entire Theory of General Relativity by introducing what he called a ‘Cosmological constant’ and further introducing another theory called ‘Special Relativity’ was a conscious attempt to sabotage and nullify and destroy the only valid idea he did have; which was the Theory of General Relativity.
  36. To answer your second question, yes, ever I feel the reassertion of culture's gravities, when radical fluidities are turned into movement stopping blockages by mere court order; when civil disobedience is martyred by jury impotence who apologize for their inability, but it's really their unwillingness to render verdicts of innocence to nullify class-interested laws that prohibit acting on behalf of the common good.
  37. Because science, suffering through the wounded pride of the non-acceptance of its well-intended discoveries, has built battlements of intellect with which to nullify the answers of old, and with which some of its participants attempt to seek to discharge their senior partner with the cry of obsolescence, we have a fratricide, reminiscent of the biblical Cain and Abel, that could lead to the unintended demise of one or both.
  38. If God be thought of as an unintelligible Power of darkness, who is capable of tormenting 'non-elect’ creatures throughout eternity, who can wonder if thinking men endeavor to nullify the evidence of His Being and agency? But let it be seen beforehand that the God in whom Christians believe, while acting in the moral sphere with that severe eternal love of law which nature itself reveals, is yet appreciably good and discriminating even in His righteous judgments, and men will more willingly trace His presence and handiwork in the physical universe.
  1. Each assault was moving in its own way toward bypassing and eventually nullifying constitutional restrictions on power.
  2. After subverting the First Amendment, they are well on their way to imposing tyranny upon us by nullifying those of the remaining freedoms that stand in their way.
  3. But he had just heard something from Standish which, while it justified these surmises about Will, offered a means of nullifying all danger with regard to Dorothea.
  4. He rose above all human imperfections potentially nullifying their effect in relation to their spiritual disparity between the Perfect and the imperfect, between the Creator and the created, between the divine and the human.
  5. Using a future-sent technology that would once have been deemed illegal by the Temporal Directive, Zolla was able to scan each ship’s computer systems, one of which contained a database for an experimental nullifying agent; a program had been running to find an adequate formula – a suitable molecular structure.
  6. Cities force people to travel in crossing patterns… they force people to be at cross-purpose to each other, they force All human energies to be in a continual state of conflicting cross-purposes because all of their goals, all of their motivations, all of their destinations, where they want to go are at cross-intents, cross purposes to each other until you get gridlock… until you get all human energy nullifying itself into an insulated frenzy of meaningless useless activity with no good end results.
  7. The thought immediately occurred to him that his promise to Prince Andrew was of no account, because before he gave it he had already promised Prince Anatole to come to his gathering; “besides,” thought he, “all such ‘words of honor’ are conventional things with no definite meaning, especially if one considers that by tomorrow one may be dead, or something so extraordinary may happen to one that honor and dishonor will be all the same!” Pierre often indulged in reflections of this sort, nullifying all his decisions and intentions.
  1. Normally, she would have nullified.
  2. Soaked through, the numbness nullified all senses.
  3. But the powers of death stand nullified if someone keeps.
  4. That is because they hated what God revealed, so He nullified their deeds.
  5. Their eight years of friendship and love, the eight years of his life, were nullified.
  6. It achieved a considerable measure of success, but the effect was nullified by the failure of the left pincer.
  7. Saddam Hussein could have been nullified by dropping a cruise missile on his head, as opposed to an entire Iraq War.
  8. Dollop's speech had quite dried up and nullified his wits until they could be brought round again by further moisture.
  9. Shamir disagreed and said, Osama bin Laden was nullified by a small military team, as opposed to an entire war in Afghanistan.
  10. The night was cold to the bone, but the Orderrans had an internal heating organ that vibrated to produce heat and nullified the cold.
  11. The ruler issued a further decree that nullified all previous rules covering this situation and he charged our officer, Mohammad Amin with carrying out his wishes.
  12. Louis Lochner owned a bakery affected by the new regulations and sued in federal court to have the New York law nullified, claiming that it violated his Liberty of Contract.
  13. There the court declared the Negro to be of an inferior race, and nullified congressional efforts to reach a compromise over slavery on the eve of the War Between the States.
  14. The Germans generally had a higher level of combat experience in Normandy and the terrain vastly favoured the defender and somewhat nullified the benefits of Allied air superiority.
  15. However, he soon learned that Candace, responding to complaints by her subjects, had secretly nullified some of his directives, thereby pounding another nail in the coffin of their marriage.
  16. Prayer is nullified if it is done without facing the direction of the “Ka’aba” no matter where ever you are, you must specify that direction, in other words, the direction of “Qiblah” (Acceptance).
  17. Once a woman conceives a child, however, self-rationalization that seeks its (own) moral comfort level is (necessarily) nullified inasmuch as another human life (fetus) is equally entitled to the same legal rights and privileges that that woman claims for herself.
  18. This particular mindset and stance may be based on the false perception of one’s personal and individual autonomy being exaggerated to the point of believing one is denied and has had extracted, extinguished and nullified one’s personal independence and sovereignty by belief in a Creator.
  19. On the other hand, some of the best of the scholars of theology, having at first set out to verify and sanctify their faith through the studious investigation and correlation of the answers of old, have stumbled over an exception that they believe has nullified the basis of the faith that they once had.
  20. The slightest change in the quality state of a Collective Intelligence Form results inevitably in the formation of some dynamic tension in this state which can be nullified only by separating the previous state from the newly-formed one; this leads to the appearance of a rotation Shift with a specific frequency.
  21. One of the pillars, along with most of the solar-powered engines, were sent to the northern states of Parslo and Leoj, were the cold that wrecked the land was nullified by the heat absorbed by the pillars in the summer, and spread throughout the lands in massive channels dug across the states, increasing crop production.
  22. The Blood Law—formally, the Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor—forbade the marriage of Jews and non-Jews; nullified any such marriages made in defiance of the law, even if carried out in a foreign nation; forbade extramarital sexual relations between Jews and non-Jews; forbade Jews from employing female Germans under the age of forty-five in their homes; and forbade Jews from displaying the newly anointed national flag.
  23. The resolution was taken, not because everybody agreed upon it, but because the president, who had been summing up at such length, omitted to say what he always said on such occasions, that the answer might be, “Yes, guilty, but without the intent of taking life;” because the colonel had related the story of his brother-in-law’s wife at such great length; because Nekhludoff was too excited to notice that the proviso “without intent to take life” had been omitted, and thought that the words “without intent” nullified the conviction; because Peter Gerasimovitch had retired from the room while the questions and answers were being read, and chiefly because, being tired, and wishing to get away as soon as possible, all were ready to agree with the decision which would bring matters to an end soonest.
  1. Also it nullifies agreements.
  2. But God nullifies what Satan interjects, and God affirms His revelations.
  3. Just by calling the circle motion in terms of what applies, that statement nullifies Newton’s claim.
  4. The general military conscription nullifies all those advantages of social life which it is expected to protect.
  5. Be very observant of body talk gestures or tics that really complements, justifies or nullifies what is being said.
  6. We’re assuming that whatever property of tasrac nullifies explosives, also causes the power drain that we’ve observed.
  7. Christianity, Islam and Judaism) faith is emphasised in the face of conflicting information which nullifies ‘useful’ information.
  8. Yes, sir, it was the commencement of those political animosities which have poisoned the sources of social intercourse; it was the origin of that doctrine of constructive power which abrogates the constitution and nullifies the restrictions imposed upon Congress.
  9. In speculative situations, those on the inside often have an advantage of this kind which nullifies the premise that good and bad changes in the picture should offset each other, and which loads the dice against the analyst working with some of the facts concealed from him.

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