Zarathustra's habit of designating a whole class of men or a whole school of thought by a single fitting nickname may perhaps lead to a little confusion at first; but, as a rule, when the general drift of his arguments is grasped, it requires but a slight effort of the imagination to discover whom he is referring
They must have some characteristic which makes us regard them as referring
to more or less remote portions of the past.
to his notes, disposing of 'Marriage' with his pencil, and taking a paper from his pocket; 'although.
He drank the cup, referring
to the drinking of the cup's contents.
Martin focuses on this aspect of malakos as referring
to what in NT times would commonly be considered feminine characteristics.
Business and clinical imaging center executives say the Web-based solution is critical to building revenues, enhancing services to referring
physicians and attracting more referrals because it speeds delivery of imaging and reporting results to referring
physicians and ties together previously disparate patient data.
In his last public homily in St Peter's in June of 1978, referring
colleagues to specify preferences on how to handle patients' status/next steps.
1, 2003, and March 1, 2004, were included in the study if they had appropriate data on their referring
and discharge obstetricians, years of infertility, and prior usage and number of cycles of clomiphene citrate (CC).
And still others (although in the minority) maintain Caesar was referring
to the process of diecasting.
While the hand off relationships would appear to be the simplest to manage, Geraghty and Lexington's Tucci recognize that a solicitor who is referring
his or her own client can bring valuable knowledge of the client's financial affairs.
Boyle noted a second confidentiality issue involving access to corporate tax returns granted to non-government employees under the Intergovernmental Personnel Act's Mobility Program, referring
to a recent paper on the effect of an acquirer's domicile on the post-acquisition taxable income of its target.