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Examining each thesis and their interconnections, this paper casts light upon the Lockean type of mind-body union in "a system of matter fitly disposed."
We consider that the same condition and qualities, in a fitly trained man, may well be expected to advance far into the confines of what is generally termed old age.
Allama Muhammad Iqbal declared in his famous Allahabad address of 1930 that "the Muslims of India are the only Indian people who can fitly be described as a nation in the modern sense of the word." According to him "the religious ideal of Islam, is organically related to the social order which it has created, the rejection of the one will eventually involve the rejection of the other.
The federal and provincial governments joined the Town of Sioux Lookout in announcing an equal three-way funding deal on fitly 30 to proceed with a $ 12.6-million renovation and addition for the 30-yearold building.
[...] brighter part might very fitly represent the surface of the land, and its darker region that of the water.
He drives along on bad pavement "with all the vehemence that could most fitly endanger the lives of himself, his companion, and his horse," checking it with "a violence which almost threw him on his haunches" (44).
In pride, in reas'ning pride, our error lies; All quit their sphere, and rush into the skies (I.123-4) The poem fitly ends with the reminder that "all our knowledge is,--ourselves to know", that is, with a call to humility and renunciation.
D+H purchased Harland Financial Solutions, including the Touche solution, in fitly 2013.
Such words as 'chain' or 'train' do not describe it fitly as it presents itself in the first instance.
As a man calls for wine before he fights, I asked one draught of earlier, happier sights Ere fitly I could hope to play my part.
Before these little ones are thought fit to make their first declaration of their free-will by acknowledging their faults, and therefore their power, they are prepared by a noble handbook of philosophy, fitly called The Childrens Catechism.
Synopsis: "A Place in the Son: Fitly Joined Together in Love and Growing in Christ" is a guide to growing in Christ in harmony with other true believers.
He synthesized the national and the confessional--a Romanian after whom streets could be fitly named.
So much so, in fact, that the number seven was even associated by Philo with God Himself, "Of Him seven may be fitly said to be a symbol." (28)
Thus, he takes animals with "instincts fitly adapted to their surroundings, as happy as living things may be" and makes them "stumble in the shackles of humanity" living "in a fear that never die[s], fretted by a law they [cannot] understand" (131).