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This is all in accordance with Analogy; surely it must be clear to you.
It is all plain and simple, and in strict accordance with Analogy -- only, by the way, you must not speak of the result as being a Figure, but as a Solid.
Of course; and all according to Analogy. But, by the way, not what YOU call sides, but what WE call sides.
and, reasoning from analogy, as you say, if there be mines in South America, ought there not to be mines in North America too?”
The Lycian Confederacy, as far as its principles and form are transmitted, must have borne a still greater analogy to it.
If, Socrates, we are to be guided at all by the analogy of the preceding instances, then justice is the art which gives good to friends and evil to enemies.
This book examines analogy in English word-formation, particularly English neologisms and occasionalisms.
Frost displays what we might call a messianic indecision and stays with the analogy. While the messianic is the drive-religious, cultural, political--to enact one particular possibility for a community of people, eclipsing all other possibilities, the analogy intrinsically relies on those other possibilities.
But his analogy means US citizens would be the ones in the zoo cages if his dad's wall were to be built.
Devin Griffiths's wide-ranging, deeply interdisciplinary study The Age of Analogy: Science and Literature Between the Darwins does not lend itself to neat categorization or summary.
The final section, on managing cyber conflict, discusses shifting the primary WWII cyber analogy from Pearl Harbor to Harbor Lights.
Or, using Kris' alternate analogy, Mueller could be making counterfeit information as easy to spot as knockoff fashions.