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TYPETwelve Year Planetary Ephemeris
TYPEToyota Youth Program at Expo (science fair)
TYPETeen Youth Program of Encouragement (Kentucky)
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He was a type, and to drop him would be an error--a typograph--but no
There is a type of 'Man About Town' in New York," he answered.
The same thing holds good of Dithyrambs and Nomes; here too one may portray different types, as Timotheus and Philoxenus differed in representing their Cyclopes.
This type must not be regarded as a fanciful figure: it is not a nebulous hope which is to be realised at some indefinitely remote period, thousands of years hence; nor is it a new species (in the Darwinian sense) of which we can know nothing, and which it would therefore be somewhat absurd to strive after.
Could not a rejuvenated Graeco-Roman system of valuing (once it had been refined and made more profound by the schooling which two thousand years of Christianity had provided) effect another such revolution within a calculable period of time, until that glorious type of manhood shall finally appear which is to be our new faith and hope, and in the creation of which Zarathustra exhorts us to participate?
There is the same type of antithesis in both cases; for just as blindness is opposed to sight, so is being blind opposed to having sight.
Now, those facts which form the matter of the affirmation or denial are not propositions; yet these two are said to be opposed in the same sense as the affirmation and denial, for in this case also the type of antithesis is the same.
That's the type of young soldier who's going to carry us through, if any one can," Major Thomson agreed cheerfully.
The priest is still, and will, we think, remain, one of the necessary types of humanity; and he is untrue to his type, unless, with whatever inevitable doubts in this doubting age, he feels, on the whole, the preponderance in it of those influences which make for faith.
Intermarriages (arranged by the Priests) between the sons and daughters of these more intellectual members of the lower classes generally result in an offspring approximating still more to the type of the Equal-Sided Triangle.
The American types here are not, I am sorry to say, so interesting as they might be, and, excepting myself; are exclusively feminine.
On the Succession of the same Types within the same areas, during the later tertiary periods.