A less truthful man than he might have been tempted into the subsequent creation of a vision in the form of resurgent memory; a less sane man might have believed in such a creation; but Silas was both sane and honest, though, as with many honest and fervent men, culture had not defined
any channels for his sense of mystery, and so it spread itself over the proper pathway of inquiry and knowledge.
While the labour market is becoming increasingly unfavourable to early school leavers, it is also turning against those who have undertaken a certificate I/II or not defined
Finding that the IRS has not defined
unusual and compelling circumstances in the regulations, the Tax Court decided that the taxpayer's circumstances were both unusual and compelling; thus, the government's interests could not be presumed to be prejudiced.
The third problem is this: The limits of government power are not defined
by the question of whom they're exercised against.
IT IS IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER THAT WHO YOU ARE IS NOT DEFINED
BY THE SHAPE AND SIZE OF YOUR BODY.
One of the major causes of past-due receivables is that the facility has not defined
clearly to its residents/responsible parties and business-office staff when the accounts are to be paid.
All are accepted for who they are as people and are not defined
by their illness.
This may be because "baseline" costs and service provisions were not defined
prior to outsourcing.
The synod said in 1981 that "there are circumstances in which a divorced person may be married in church during the lifetime of a former partner," but over the years it has not defined
Although the researchers acknowledge that the terms "sexual contact" and "sexual intercourse" were not defined
in the survey and that the study was limited to a public high school setting, they conclude that male adolescents who are bisexually active display higher levels of AiDS-related risk behavior than do other adolescents.
Note: the wide bus was not defined
until SCSI-3 SPI.
Because those groups are not defined
clearly enough, it could lead to abuses that would again jeopardize the opportunity for African Americans and minorities to gain a greater toehold in America's airwaves," Sutton said.