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The object of science is knowledge (assuming that to be the true definition), but the object of a particular science is a particular kind of knowledge; I mean, for example, that the science of house-building is a kind of knowledge which is defined and distinguished from other kinds and is therefore termed architecture.
Seeing then, I said, that there are three distinct classes, any meddling of one with another, or the change of one into another, is the greatest harm to the State, and may be most justly termed evil-doing?
A full third of the members who would have been termed out this year have already left, snatching the first attractive opportunities to come their way.
Scholars suggest that since would-be candidates know members will be termed out anyway, they have tended to wait their turn.
He notes that GOP lawmakers termed out of the Michigan legislature have filled so many posts in Gov.
Under this new method (termed the "percentage of completion-capitalized cost" method), 40 percent of income from long-term contracts had to be reported on the percentage of completion method, with the remaining 60 percent on the taxpayer's normal method of accounting.