Asri said any Muslim who likens
him or herself to God 'was indirectly debasing Him and denying His creation', adding that the act could be dangerous to the person's faith.
planus (LP); sebebi bilinmeyen, siklikla mukozal tutulumla seyreden, tirnak distrofisi ve skatrisyel alopesi yapabilen, klinik ve histopatolojik olarak tipik, genelde kasintili papullerle seyreden inflamatuvar bir deri hastaligidir (1).
Oykusunde lezyonlarin bacaklarda basladigi ve iki hafta icinde kollarina ve govdesine yayildigi ve bulloz lezyonlarin liken
planus lezyonlarindan yaklasik alti ay kadar sonra gelistigi ogrenildi.
The arrivals area of passport control (the visitor's first impression) can, at best, be likened
to a cattle shed.
, having served three years as ambassador, is on her way out.
planuslu hastalarin psikolojik profilini cesitli depresyon ve anksiyete skalalari kullanarak degerlendiren calismalar mevcuttur (3-8).
The group heard the situation likened
to Rwanda, to South Africa in its darkest hour and to a second holocaust.
Primer kutanoz amiloidozun, liken
amiloidoz, makuler amiloidoz ve noduler amiloidoz olmak uzere uc tipi bulunur.
Then you liken
black gay Republicans to those with an S/M fetish.
They are also linked, in other ways, with centuries-old works like the abstract and figural Nazca drawings in Peru, which must be seen from an aerial perspective--a vantage not available to the creators--to be fully appreciated, or modern-day crop circles, which have gathered a cult of followers who liken
them to ancient sites and revel in the mystery of their authorship.
I tend to agree, though I'd liken
it to a pustulous slug.
the phenomenon to people in a stadium doing the wave.
A small but uncertain percentage of people have trouble recognizing melodies or playing music, a condition some researchers call dysmusia or amusia and liken
to the reading disability dyslexia (SN: 11/25/00, p.
Externally, the chutes emerge from the water in a way which the architects liken
to 'mysterious fingers in search of light for prayer'.
One could liken
the change from Stella's early to late work to Ludwig Wittgenstein's shift from the systematicness of the Tractatus Logicophilosophicus, 1921, to the openness of the Philosophical Investigations, 1953, but that would be to ignore the fact that for Wittgenstein every language game represents new possibilities, a new configuration of life, while Stella's visual language games reimagine death.