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1. Because of the multiplicity.
2. Multiplicity and diversity are in.
3. And multiplicity of its manifestations.
4. Multiplicity and variety without strife is joy.
5. Why this regrettable multiplicity of islands?'.
6. With the great new multiplicity in man-kinds' population and.
7. As his observations of these powers grew so did their multiplicity.

8. Q: The Jains believe in a multiplicity of witnesses, forever sepa-.
9. Truth is ever to be found in simplicity, and not in the multiplicity and.
10. If we would deny the multiplicity then the concept of Oneness would also become invalid.
11. Here we have both singleness and multiplicity, where in the ocean there is only singleness.
12. Is it the evaluation process that limits the simultaneous multiplicity of values within the.
13. Once you’ve established contacts, be persistent! It’s the multiplicity of contacts that.
14. Oneness of God does not mean that we ought to deny the existence of multiplicity of material world.
15. Once we learn to see the multiplicity of thoughts interacting together, the act of thinking changes.
16. But the obscurity, multiplicity, and confusion of Gnostic systems defy a clear and rational definition.
17. Many scientists, but not all by any means, have become confused by the amazing multiplicity and versatility of their answers.
18. The trance of multi-tasking is a displaced state of non-being in a multiplicity of simultaneous and parallel ~Nows of ITing.
19. Forsooth! The scenes played with My mind for herein lay what I observed: a multiplicity of Truths had all occurred concurrently.
20. The eye of the nation was frightened by the number of officers; its love of liberty shocked with the multiplicity of regulations.
21. They do not recognize it as a power inherent in heroes and rulers, but as the resultant of a multiplicity of variously directed forces.
22. If the regulation of commerce among the several States had been left with the States, a multiplicity of conflicting regulations would have been the consequence.
23. An ancient Hawaiian war-club or spear-paddle, in its full multiplicity and elaboration of carving, is as great a trophy of human perseverance as a Latin lexicon.
24. For what Carmine Cicciaro had learned by then, and I suppose I had, too, concerned not only the baffling multiplicity of all things, but also their no less baffling integration.
25. One of the huge advantages that safe and cheap has over other investment styles is that, on a long-term basis, the investor can look confidently to a multiplicity of exit strategies.
26. Suppose that you are a hare that appeared in some point of this field (newly-born in your skrruullerrt system in the entire multiplicity of different-quality manifestations of your Stereo-Form).
27. The result of this multiplicity of effort, and the bickering within the Council, as well as the perceived weakness being shown by the administration, was that the public did not know which way to turn.
28. A key to understanding where these elements come from is realizing that businesses generate wealth in a multiplicity of ways, of which flows from operations (either cash flows or earnings) are only one.
29. The higher knowledge is a relativity of things, where we bring all things into consideration but yet the multiplicity of consciousness continues to persist; we regard one thing as different from another thing.
30. There were no difficulties; the intricate multiplicity of light and colour became a whole; the right colour was where I wanted it, on the palette; each brush stroke, as soon as it was complete, seemed to have been there always.
31. The multiple cooperations present in an eco-collective of mutual benefit creates a sustainable resiliency that greatly hinders the logic of entropy that accompanies an anarchistic, but not integrative, multiplicity of sovereignty.
32. If you divide 1260 over nine the result is 140 which is (70x2), seventy is ten times seven corresponds to a complete development of cycles fulfilled by death as the figure (1260) becomes (9x7x10x2) which is death in multiplicity and perfection.
33. Miss Miller was more ordinary; ruddy in complexion, though of a careworn countenance; hurried in gait and action, like one who had always a multiplicity of tasks on hand: she looked, indeed, what I afterwards found she really was, an under-teacher.
34. The immense building and the stage itself were still lit by gas; hydrogen was used to regulate and modify the lighting of a scene; and this was done by means of a special apparatus which, because of the multiplicity of its pipes, was known as the organ.
35. Of the rushing couples there could barely be discerned more than the high lights—the indistinctness shaping them to satyrs clasping nymphs—a multiplicity of Pans whirling a multiplicity of Syrinxes; Lotis attempting to elude Priapus, and always failing.
36. Although there are sound and compelling reasons behind this development, it is none the less one that has removed much of the firm ground that formerly lay—or seemed to lie—beneath investment analysis and has subjected it to a multiplicity of added hazards.
37. But if you look at them steadily, she says, multiplicity becomes unity, which is somehow the secret of life, though it does not prevent her from following the macaroni as it goes round the table, and sometimes, on spring nights, she makes the strangest confidences to shy young Englishmen.
38. To estimate the multiplicity of your own Stereo-Types which you have changed from the moment of birth, you have to multiply your age, suppose 56 years (like mine), by 328 rotation Shifts per second, then by 365 days a year, then by 24 hours a day and 60 minutes in each hour and, finally, by 60 seconds in each minute.
39. In fundamental finance we view capital structure as something that arises out of a process that involves meeting the needs and desires of a multiplicity of constituencies, including various creditors, regulators, rating agencies, managements and other control groups, outside passive minority investors (OPMIs), and the company itself.
40. Authorial speech, the speeches of narrators, inserted genres, the speech of characters are merely those fundamental compositional unities with whose help heteroglossia [raznorečie] can enter the novel; each of them permits a multiplicity of social voices and a wide variety of their links and interrelationships (always more or less dialogized).
41. And if it were not for these abilities, it is unlikely that this unique Knowledge of IISSIIDIOLOGY, which gives detailed Information about the simultaneous, single-moment existence of the innumerable multiplicity of different-quality Worlds, Realities, Universes and Forms of Consciousness, would have become available to this part of humankind.
42. At first this union met no resistance, but as the effectiveness of the Church began to be endangered by a multiplicity of beliefs and the encroachment of foreign influences, the Church Fathers branded Gnosticism as heretical…Evidence points to Samaria as an early center of Gnosticism, which probably existed there before the year 30 BC (Americana, vol.
43. Besides what may be called the warehouse rent above mentioned, each person, upon first opening an account with the bank, pays a fee of ten guilders ; and for every new account, three guilder's three stivers; for every transfer, two stivers; and if the transfer is for less than 300 guilders, six stivers, in order to discourage the multiplicity of small transactions.
44. Ere now it has been related how Ahab was wont to pace his quarter-deck, taking regular turns at either limit, the binnacle and mainmast; but in the multiplicity of other things requiring narration it has not been added how that sometimes in these walks, when most plunged in his mood, he was wont to pause in turn at each spot, and stand there strangely eyeing the particular object before him.
45. Thus the three major rays sum up in themselves the process of creation, of energising, through the urge of the divine will; and the work of the four minor rays (as they are called, though with no idea of there being lesser or greater) is to elaborate or differentiate the qualities of the life, and so produce the infinite multiplicity of forms which will enable the life to assume its many points of focus and express—through the process of evolutionary manifestation—its diverse characteristics.
46. And without considering the multiplicity and complexity of the conditions any one of which taken separately may seem to be the cause, he snatches at the first approximation to a cause that seems to him intelligible and says: ‘This is the cause!’ In historical events (where the actions of men are the subject of observation) the first and most primitive approximation to present itself was the will of the gods and, after that, the will of those who stood in the most prominent position- the heroes of history.
47. And without considering the multiplicity and complexity of the conditions any one of which taken separately may seem to be the cause, he snatches at the first approximation to a cause that seems to him intelligible and says: This is the cause! In historical events (where the actions of men are the subject of observation) the first and most primitive approximation to present itself was the will of the gods and, after that, the will of those who stood in the most prominent position—the heroes of history.
48. The Bible tells us that Jesus’ way is still the best way, but will we have ears to listen with, regarding the great multiplicity of distractions of the many competing spiritualities? Will we Christians have the foresight to give our modern institution of investigation, science, a respectful hearing for its new answers? Answers that appear to be well grounded as reflected in the parables that are in the Bible and are the Bible as iterated in the early chapters of this book? And will their counterparts in science reciprocate?
49. And have we not a right to say in his defence, that the true lover of knowledge is always striving after being--that is his nature; he will not rest in the multiplicity of individuals which is an appearance only, but will go on--the keen edge will not be blunted, nor the force of his desire abate until he have attained the knowledge of the true nature of every essence by a sympathetic and kindred power in the soul, and by that power drawing near and mingling and becoming incorporate with very being, having begotten mind and truth, he will have knowledge and will live and grow truly, and then, and not till then, will he cease from his travail.
50. It was easy to foresee (and no doubt the framers of our constitution did foresee) that the multiplicity and diversity of cases which would arise in the course of various diplomatic manœuvres and negotiations, would set at defiance all attempts to limit or specify the powers of the department, in this respect, to which these powers were confided, and to be exercised on the part of the United States; and, therefore, every attempt of that kind was wisely avoided, leaving to the President to exercise his authority upon his own responsibility, to be regulated by the only established standard amongst nations, to wit: the laws and usages of nations.

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