VIEWS


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VIEWSVisibility Information Exchange Web System (Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere; Colorado State University; Fort Collins, CO)
VIEWSVendor Initiative for Enabling Web Services (consortium; library automation)
VIEWSVisual Interactive Environment for Weapons Simulation
VIEWSVancouver Island Earth Works Society (Canada)
VIEWSVideo Intelligence Enhanced Workstations Systems
VIEWSVideo Imagery Exploitation Workstation
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It is interesting to observe that the last line of the discourse, which has so frequently been used by women as a weapon against Nietzsche's views concerning them, was suggested to Nietzsche by a woman (see "Das Leben F.
Their views, which are chiefly held in America, are in large measure derived from William James, and before going further it will be well to consider the revolutionary doctrine which he advocated.
As regards matter, I have set forth my reasons for this view on former occasions,* and I shall not now repeat them.
From the edges of the plain there are distant views either of the ocean, or of the great Bay with its low-wooded shores, and on which numerous boats and canoes show their white sails.
If a faction consists of less than a majority, relief is supplied by the republican principle, which enables the majority to defeat its sinister views by regular vote.
There is so much in his character which is strange that I feel it would complete the picture if his views were outrageous.
Also that men fall into two classes--those who forget views and those who remember them, even in small rooms.
There can, in this view, be no difference between nominating and appointing.
But as these animals and their spawn are known to be immediately killed by sea-water, on my view we can see that there would be great difficulty in their transportal across the sea, and therefore why they do not exist on any oceanic island.
Presently he saw them uncover a dirty, yellow object, and he witnessed the joy of Werper and of Abdul Mourak as the grimy object was exposed to view.
Expressive of Lady Lundie's view of your sudden departure from the house.
Recognizing the falsity of this view of history, another set of historians say that power rests on a conditional delegation of the will of the people to their rulers, and that historical leaders have power only conditionally on carrying out the program that the will of the people has by tacit agreement prescribed to them.