Here again we see parallels of oppression.
Two other special lines of latitude are the 30th parallels.
The United Nations said the column shared parallels with pro-genocide propaganda.
Russian TV news bulletins have been making ominous parallels between Belarus 2020 and Ukraine 2014.
Of the 155 verses in Ephesians, 73 have verbal parallels with Colossians.
The sides of the cone touch the globe at one or two parallels of latitude, while the cone’s tip usually hovers over the North or South Pole.
Coverage of reliable aeronautical charts parallels the availability of topographic maps that provide the essential terrain and cultural data.
For this reason east-west lines, or lines of latitude, are commonly referred to as parallels of latitude, or simply parallels.
Drawing parallels with a suspension bridge structure, where suspending cables (microtubules) are connected to a central tower (the centrosome).
Nevertheless, striking and illuminating parallels do exist between the perceptual processes and experiences that take place in vision and audition.
“Fractured” (March 4th) pointed out the many interesting parallels between the forthcoming French presidential election and last year’s election in America.
The story and dialogue, however, aren't very intelligent or novel, including some thuddingly obvious emotional parallels that are unnecessarily made explicit.
Dreyfus et al (2011) and Falls (2010) suggest parallels between the issues raised by the Svātantrika–Prāsaṅgika difference and some recent work in Western philosophy.
there are numerous parallels in the way chimpanzee and human communication skills develop over time, suggesting a similar unfolding cognitive process across the two species and an underlying neurobiological continuity.
Design arguments are routinely classed as analogical arguments—various parallels between human artifacts and certain natural entities being taken as supporting parallel conclusions concerning operative causation in each case.
In the early 1970s, it was pointed out that there are systematic parallels between tenses and pronouns (Partee 1973), and DRT was partly born from the conviction that a theory of interpretation should account for these parallels.
Some drew parallels with the suppression of information in authoritarian countries such as North Korea and Venezuela while others recalled how Brazil’s own military regime had covered up a meningitis epidemic in the 1970s, with devastating consequences.
In some respects close parallels to or equivalents of Western personalism are present in Islamic, Buddhist, Vedantic, and Chinese thought, although comparative work in this field is confronted with often formidable problems of translation and interpretation.
Beyond these structural parallels with basic facets of natural language, it is held that the purposes and possibilities of architecture qua language yield further parallels, best explained by the notion that architecture has, or even is, a language.
"The reality facing the oil industry is that their situation is looking increasingly like the situation of the tobacco companies - and as much as they like to claim there are no parallels, there is more and more information coming to light that says there are parallels and they are real."
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