(mother) nature's (something)

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(mother) nature's (something)

Used to draw a comparison between something manmade and something that occurs in nature. I remember a cartoon when I was kid saying that dates are nature's candy. Fireflies are like mother nature's night lights.

mother nature(’s)

n. marijuana. (Drugs.) No chemicals for me. I find that mother nature is everything I need.
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It is a personal experience gained through nature's introspective contemplation that has evolved into a subjective language.
Chapter 3 converses with Emerson, James, Santayana, and Dewey about "Religion and Art." Corrington "radicalizes" James's theological pluralism, seemingly accepting all purported revelations as genuine and asserting that each revelation is given by a different "sender" or "god." Genius artworks are construed as "gifts from the higher powers (the gods)." Emerson is praised for clearly perceiving both nature's beauty and its "demonic depths," "the horrors that so deeply underlie nature natured where one species prays [sic] on another with unrelenting fury." Generally, Corrington construes art as a benign revelatory medium while portraying religion as a revelatory medium prone to violence, abjection, and "emotional plague."
The concept is related to Naturalism in the sense that it re-evaluates the status of nature by either indicating the autonomous value of nature or emphasising nature's belonging to God (36).
The deal marks Love Nature's debut into the Asian market as the brand continues to reach out to audiences globally via multiple platforms.
Infused with Argan Oil from Morocco, Creme of Nature's latest styling aids help to control fly-aways and hold down edges, without flaking, while also moisturizing and adding Exotic Shine to the hair, the company says.
Nature's beauty has clear appeal to humans and is reflected in a long history of art and writing.
Expanding the conversation of nature for nature's sake, to one that includes nature for health, wellbeing and happiness is a way to strengthen the values strongly associated with the likelihood for civic engagement.
We say, "Don't mess with mother nature" as a warning about nature's power, and we say, "Nature bats last" as a way of saying that some form of natural processes will be around (even if we aren't) after, say, a global nuclear war.
The application is available through the App Store and Nature's website.
The next step, it seemed, would be a "theory of everything," a full accounting of nature's most fundamental laws.
Nature's peer review experiment is over, and the journal is now analyzing the results.
Economic growth is beginning to outstrip population growth, creating a conflict between humanity's desire for the good life and nature's ability to support it.
Where documentary accounts are lacking--or unavailable--modern scientific techniques such as diatom analysis, tree-ring dating, and ice core studies can unlock important information stored in "nature's archives." (9) Diatom analysis of lake sediments has clearly shown that many of Britain's lakes started to acidify in the mid-nineteenth century due to an increase in urban-industrial air pollution.
(3) Carin Gorrie in "Nature's Path to inner Peace," Psychology Today, July 2001.