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  • First of these is bishop of Rome.

  • Fichte’s philosophy of right (or of “natural law”), as expounded in his Foundation of Natural Right, is one of the most original and influential portions of the Jena Wissenschaftslehre.

  • Strength of Materials focuses on the strength of materials and structural components subjected to different types of force and thermal loadings, the limiting strength criteria of structures, and the theory of strength of structures.

  • Twenty senators; Roy Blunt of Missouri, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, Susan Collins of Maine, John Cornyn of Texas, Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Kevin Cramer and John Hoeven of North Dakota, James Inhofe of Oklahoma, Jerry Moran of Kansas, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Mitt Romney of Utah, Rob Portman of Ohio, Ben Sasse of Nebraska, Tim Scott of South Carolina, Richard Shelby of Alabama, John Thune of South Dakota, Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, and Roger Wicker of Mississippi, have all publicly come out against their colleagues' plan to challenge Electoral College votes.

  • Frederick III of Zollern (d. c. 1200), husband of the heiress of the former burgraves of Nürnberg, himself became burgrave in 1192 as Frederick I.

  • Separation of families of the Auchenorrhyncha is based on characters of the ocelli, position of antennae, form of pronotum, and spination of legs.

  • The storage of large amounts of nitrogen, as part of the metabolism of proteins, causes a decrease in the urinary excretion of urea and of total nitrogen during gestation.

  • Economic analysis of law provokes disquiet because the model of self-interested maximization of preferences apparently does not admit a concept of normativity but explaining the normativity of law is a central pre-occupation of philosophy of law.

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  • In particular, Hilbert demonstrates the consistency of various sub-groups of the axioms, the independence of a number of axioms from others, and various relations of provability and of independence of important theorems from specific sub-groups of the axioms.

  • …760 millimetres of mercury, the partial pressure of nitrogen is 79.02 percent of 760 millimetres of mercury, or 600.55 millimetres of mercury; that of oxygen is 159.16 millimetres of mercury; and that of carbon dioxide is 0.20 millimetres of mercury.

  • Many of the traditional ways of livelihood of the mountaineers, including charcoal burning (now prohibited because of devastation of the forests), the transportation of goods (especially of rice and of charcoal for Tehrān) by pack animals, and the working of hundreds of small coal mines, have been displaced by the 20th-century modernization of Iran.

  • Examples are the son of Mexico and of Cuba, the merengue of the Dominican Republic, the plena of Puerto Rico, the bambuco of Colombia, the joropo of Venezuela, the pasillo of Ecuador, the huayno and marinera of Peru, the cueca of Bolivia and of Chile, the tango-canción of Argentina and its Uruguayan counterpart, and the samba of Brazil.

  • Astrophysicists speak of the evolution of the solar system or of the universe; geologists, of the evolution of Earth’s interior; psychologists, of the evolution of the mind; anthropologists, of the evolution of cultures; art historians, of the evolution of architectural styles; and couturiers, of the evolution of fashion.

  • One cannot quantify over sequences of: sequences of individuals, sequences of classes of individuals, sequences of classes of classes of individuals, etc.; and one cannot quantify over relations among formulae and sequences of: sequences of individuals, sequences of classes of individuals, sequences of classes of classes of individuals, etc.

  • For coverage of the particular branches of Western philosophy, see aesthetics; epistemology; ethics; ideology; logic; metaphysics; philosophical anthropology; philosophy of biology; philosophy of education; philosophy of history; philosophy of language; philosophy of law; philosophy of logic; philosophy of mathematics; philosophy of mind ; philosophy of physics; philosophy of religion; philosophy of science.

  • The Annuario Pontificio, the official directory of the Holy See, describes the office of the pope by the following titles: Bishop of Rome, Vicar of Jesus Christ, Successor of the Prince of the Apostles, Supreme Pontiff of the Universal Church, Patriarch of the West, Primate of Italy, Metropolitan Archbishop of the Province of Rome, Sovereign of the State of Vatican City, Servant of the Servants of God.

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  • She also identifies a number of causes: the discovery of America and the corresponding shrinking of the earth, the waves of expropriation started during the Reformation, the invention of the telescope challenging the adequacy of the senses, the rise of modern science and philosophy and subsequently of a conception of man as part of a process of Nature and History, and the expansion of the realm of the economy, of the production and accumulation of social wealth.

  • There were two lines of Capetian dukes of Burgundy (1032–1361 and 1363–1477); the Capetian house of Dreux, a line of dukes of Brittany (1213–1488); three Capetian emperors of Constantinople (1216–61), of the house of Courtenay; various counts of Artois (from 1237), with controversial succession; the first Capetian house of Anjou, with kings and queens of Naples (1266–1435) and kings of Hungary (1310–82); the house of Évreux, with three kings of Navarre (1328–1425); the second Capetian house of Anjou, with five counts of Provence (1382–1481); and other lesser branches.

  • Apart from those mentioned in in the text, particular thanks go to Alessandro Acquisti of Carnegie Mellon University, Aline Blankertz of Stiftung Neue Verantwortung, Martin Casado of Andreessen Horowitz, Dirk Didascalou of AWS, Martin Fleming of IBM, Jason Furman of Harvard University, Ali Ghodsi of Databricks, John Hagel of Deloitte, Stephen Orban of AWS, Tony Curzon Price of openDemocracy, Henry Farrell of George Washington University, Thomas Ramge, Ping Li of Accel Partners, Matt Prewitt of RadicalxChange, Max Schireson of Battery Ventures, James Short of University of California, San Diego, Bipul Sinha of Rubrik, Dawn Song of Oasis Labs, Juila White of Microsoft and Matei Zaharia of Databricks.

  • In the theories of origin put forward by fans, critics, and other origin-obsessives, the idea of Superman has been accounted the offspring or recapitulation, in no particular order, of Friedrich Nietzsche; of Philip Wylie (in his novel “Gladiator”); of the strengths, frailties, and neuroses of his creators, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, of Cleveland, Ohio; of the aching wishfulness of the Great Depression; of the (Jewish) immigrant experience; of the mastermind stratagems of popular texts in their sinister quest for reader domination; of repressed Oedipal fantasies and homoerotic wishes; of fascism; of capitalism; of the production modes of mass culture (and not in a good way); of celebrated strongmen and proponents of physical culture like Eugen Sandow; and of a host of literary not-quite-Superman precursors, chief among them Doc Savage.

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