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in regard to the essence of a matter

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in essence

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Minerva said she hoped not; they were only ridiculous little creatures, with this odd circumstance, that they had a blur, or indeterminate aspect, seen far or seen near; if you called them bad, they would appear so; if you called them good, they would appear so; and there was no one person or action among them, which would not puzzle her owl, much more all Olympus, to know whether it was fundamentally bad or good.
This hard-headed old Overreach approved of the sentimental song, as the suitable garnish for girls, and also as fundamentally fine, sentiment being the right thing for a song.
It is fundamentally a heathen work, and certain Christian ideas which have been inserted here and there, such as the mention of Cain as the ancestor of Grendel, and the disparagement of heathen gods, merely show that one of the later poets who had it in hand was a Christian.
Now the theory of private schools is (or was) constant supervision out of school--therein differing fundamentally from that of public schools.
BRK's offer is unwelcome, highly opportunistic and at just 90p per share, fundamentally undervalues the company.
For the Opposition, former Cabinet minister Lord Adonis said the plans contained in the Growth and Infrastructure Bill were "fundamentally wrong and fundamentally flawed".
He added: "I think people see it as fundamentally fair that if there is someone in the household earning over Au60,000 you don't get child benefit.
Aer Lingus said: "The board remains of the view that Ryanair's offer is not in the interests of shareholders, fundamentally undervalues the business and, due to the scale and extent of competition issues, is likely once more to be prohibited by the European Commission.
US: US President Barack Obama welcomed Paul Ryan into the US election Sunday, but warned the Republican vice presidential pick was an "articulate" spokesman for a vision he fundamentally opposes.
Virtualisation, mobility, Cloud computing, data storage requirements, digital home, personalisation, ubiquitous data access and ever-present security concerns are fundamentally changing the way people use technology and fundamentally changing what customers want from their technology providers.
We are fundamentally open' towards increasing the amount of resources at the disposal of the IMF,' a spokesman for Germany's central bank said, adding that the bank was discussing the modalities with the government.
However, the whole article was spoiled by the last paragraph, where you quote Thomas Wagner of NASA as saying: 'This map points out something fundamentally new: that ice moves by slipping along the ground it rests on"
CAMPAIGNERS have called on the Government to fundamentally rethink proposed planning reforms, which they said risked irreversible damage to towns and countryside.
Summary: US Dollar Forecast Bearish on Clear Downward Momentum Euro Fundamentally Weak but Still the DollarEoe1/4aos Counterpart Japanese Yen Attuned to Risk Aversion,.
Prof Robin Alexander, director of the Cambridge Primary Review said: "Our argument is that their (children's) education, and to some degree their lives, are impoverished if they have received an education that is so fundamentally deficient.
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