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1. But I’ll posit this: It could have been.
2. The advocates of this theory posit that the.
3. Both posit the assumption that there is no apparent reason for why things happen.
4. In order to offer one possible depiction of this whole, I would posit that the nature of.
5. Suppose we posit that your life really is in danger -- it’s a life that doesn’t belong to you.
6. To prove god’s absence one must be able to posit what god’s presence would be manifested as and detectable how.
7. As we posit ourselves in the present, we must ask what was known and what was not known at the time? Known by whom? If an event.

8. The first will posit that certain basic and long-established elements in this country’s economic experience may still be counted upon.
9. That bold a migration would never have taken place in order to find better hunting grounds—only a fool would posit such an explanation.
10. While I just posit the positive relations between expected inflation, inflation uncertainty, and required bond premia, many Fed studies supply hard evidence.
11. He would also posit the likelihood that it had not ‘always’ been this way, because he truly believed in the folk tales that spoke of a time when hoomans lived independent on Olde Aearth, when the Viirin were as yet unknown.
12. We can't transcend separately, but we need group reflection, not mass trance; we must posit an ideal attracting us beyond the gravity of economic crisis, not an I'mage hypnotizing us into a spiral consent to P2entrepreneurial collapse.
13. With this generalized version of the puzzle, with more than two armies, we can posit not only that the messages are unreliable but also that one or both of the generals may be in cahoots with King Crowley, sending misleading messages to the other generals.
14. This process began with a suspicion which had been growing within me that Physicists today, (and more generally Scientists) give the appearance of being led along the largely unexplored frontiers of their domain where their almost-sightless awareness of what they try to envision is drawing them toward a conclusion that many are reluctant to accept and only a brave few dare to tentatively posit.
15. The Williams theory, to be realistic, could be restated to posit that a common stock held by noncontrol stockholders is worth the sum of all the net after-tax cash expected to be realizable in the future from ownership of the common stock, with such net cash being realizable either from cash disbursements by the company (whether in the form of dividends or otherwise, such as liquidating in whole or in part), and from sources outside the company (whether they are stock purchasers or lenders willing to treat the common stock as collateral for borrowings by the shareholder).
1. Positing what protasis would the contraction for such several schemes become a.
2. An object maintaining time will have Π confirming the next Π in the same positing in relation to r as the previous Π.
3. He leaned his elbows on the table, coughed softly, and said: What I am positing is that Rocky James does not fit the bill for our serial murderer.
4. The most natural cause which has led pedagogy to the false path on which it now stands, is the criticism of the old order, the criticism for the sake of criticism, without positing new principles in the place of those criticized.
5. The chief point of departure is the criticism of the old methods and the concoction of new ones to be as diametrically opposed to the old as possible, but by no means the positing of new foundations of pedagogy, from which new methods might result.
6. However, all that I am positing about a ray Life may be equally well posited anent a human life, but it should be borne in mind that the pure ray type does not as yet exist, for there is not to be found that perfect form, mechanism or expression of the ray quality, nor that absolutely purified appearance in the human family, except in such rare cases as the Buddha, or Christ, and (in another field of expression) an Alexander or Julius Caesar.
1. We posited that.
2. A truth is posited that is independent of the.
3. There have been several theories posited as to where the.
4. Are y'all really the ages you appear to be? the Elf posited uncertainly.
5. After a moment of desperate despair he posited the alternative theory that he need not.
6. Hence, many of the posited benefits of a stand-alone digital currency were never realized.
7. Finding it in the left cup, she retrieved it like a treasure and posited it on her palm in adoration.
8. Though she made it appear as a courtesy to an old woman, he got the message and so posited himself behind her.
9. Last year I posited that there should be the regulation big correction but if we are in a new equity era we wouldn’t get much of one.
10. Your driving would not have suffered, in fact it could be posited that it would be better due to the added attention you were giving it.
11. And from this it may be posited that competition for food resources as well as mating opportunities is the basic law of simple survival.
12. The science of biology has posited that the single most important of Man’s adaptations to his environment has been his oversized brain.
13. The newest of answers coming from science has convincingly posited the most likely process that has brought us to where we are in this physical world.
14. In answering the question, why, philosophy posited that everything worked because of universal laws that had always been there, all Man had to do was to discover what they were.
15. It turned out that the 23% price rise to the end of 1970, plus the 28% in aggregate dividend return received, gave not far from the 7½% annual overall gain posited in our formula.
16. From these experiments, he posited that all the smells in the world were made up of a small number of basic smell elements, the character of each being determined by its Pong Ratio.
17. The Elf brought the conversation back to the present, and posited skeptically; And this is all somehow a tribute to the coincidence that I am Captain of the Huntress and my name has been corrupted into: the Elf?
18. Could they be, they posited, flood platforms similar to those discovered in Mesopotamia, where people could have retreated to safety, in the face of a faster and/or higher than usual flooding episode? Egypt’s step pyramid does resemble Babylon’s Ziggurat.
19. Elongation natives tend to be far more open sexually than the conjunctions – not because they are any sexier per se (which is a matter of personal planets posited in certain signs, such as Scorpio and Capricorn) – but rather because they are less emotionally and sexually repressed; more relaxed within themselves and at home with their impulses; less inhibited by parental and societal fiat (what the neighbors might think).
20. However, all that I am positing about a ray Life may be equally well posited anent a human life, but it should be borne in mind that the pure ray type does not as yet exist, for there is not to be found that perfect form, mechanism or expression of the ray quality, nor that absolutely purified appearance in the human family, except in such rare cases as the Buddha, or Christ, and (in another field of expression) an Alexander or Julius Caesar.
21. The hidden ‘solutions’ and reasons for the malady suggested by this charlatan varied: he posited that the sufferer was being affected by the glance of an envier’s eye; he mentioned buried magic tools and the snatching fear which occurs shortly after sunset; he called for the offering of sheep to the magician, that had to be immolated; such proposals continued until the father became utterly pauperized while his son remained ill, because he was simply suffering from chronic migraine!!.
22. Mutating beyond posited speculative teleologies, its ability to inquire rapidly eclipsing each invented mystery, paradox or technical impossibility, how will this bored demiurge, with nothing to occupy its ever increasing intelligence, look at the universe when it discovers its own internal laws of unlimited reconfigurations? We will have made it in our image, our brain, but what soul, what heart will it have as it recreates us to be the subjects of its ineffable and incomprehensible I'mage? Will we be the feeding servants, the domesticated pet, the annoying beast, the malignant tumor, the species under glass and specimen for evaluation? How many humans do you think will be needed? Any?
23. So, what are we to make of the biblical flood story? Is it a portion of the “history of a people” as I posited in the beginning of the introduction? A story of their “origins” or was it meant to illustrate a moral principle, the “rewards of adherence and consequences of resistance” to the precepts that it was there to teach? It seems that it is a good fit into all of these categories, but which one would have been the most important reason for its retelling over the many hundreds of years? It would appear that the moral lesson of what happens to people who obey as against what happens to those who don’t would be the larger meaning that it was meant to impress, as it was handed down from an older generation to the younger.
24. Lawrence (martyr, lo August): the monthly recurrence known as the new moon with the old moon in her arms: the posited influence of celestial on human bodies: the appearance of a star (1st magnitude) of exceeding brilliancy dominating by night and day (a new luminous sun generated by the collision and amalgamation in incandescence of two nonluminous exsuns) about the period of the birth of William Shakespeare over delta in the recumbent neversetting constellation of Cassiopeia and of a star (2nd magnitude) of similar origin but of lesser brilliancy which had appeared in and disappeared from the constellation of the Corona Septentrionalis about the period of the birth of Leopold Bloom and of other stars of (presumably) similar origin which had (effectively or presumably) appeared in.
25. The Christian teaching says to each individual man that his life, if he recognizes his life to be his, and its aim, the worldly good of his personality or of the personalities of other men, can have no rational meaning, because this good, posited as the end of life, can never be attained, because, in the first place, all beings strive after the goods of the worldly life, and these goods are always attained by one set of beings to the detriment of others, so that every separate man cannot receive the desired good, but, in all probability, must even endure many unnecessary sufferings in his struggle for these unattained goods; in the second place, because if a man even attains the worldly goods, these, the more of them he attains, satisfy him less and less, and he wishes for more and more new ones; in the third place, mainly because the longer a man lives, the more inevitably do old age, diseases, and finally death, which destroys the possibility of any worldly good, come to him.
1. Evolution, on the other hand, posits us as mere physical creatures.
2. For instance, panentheism, literally all in God, posits that the divine.
3. Yes, ancient wisdom posits the existence of a creator with certain attributes (and the lack of.
4. The quantum mechanical macro elevation posits that there are many Universes within its understanding.
5. This method posits that there are four trends: the immediate, short-term, intermediate, and long-term.
6. Loren Valier posits that the anomaly may unintentionally in his words ‘let slip’ vital information through relaxed sleep.
7. These results are hardly consistent with the Capital Asset Pricing Model, which posits that higher risk leads to higher returns.
8. The wave principle posits that collective investor psychology (or crowd psychology) moves from optimism to pessimism and back again.
9. Thus the empirical evidence does not support the idea central to the Capital Asset Pricing Model that posits that higher risk is rewarded with higher returns.
10. The study simply posits that noise traders follow positive-feedback strategies (buying recent winners and selling recent losers), which could reflect extrapolative expectations, stop-loss orders, margin calls, portfolio insurance, or wealth-dependent risk aversion or sentiment.

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