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in regard to the essence of a matter

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in essence

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With wheelchairs or other orthopedic devices, the courts indicate that it has to be determined whether waiving the particular student safety regulation would fundamentally alter the sport or place other participants at additional risk.
You're talking about a guy who's really fundamentally sound,'' Dunleavy said.
The food shortage was central to this social dissolution because it fundamentally altered the role of the civilian and the home front in warfare.
I agree with Karen that, when you have a parent with a serious illness, "something in you fundamentally changes.
Twice Forgotten is very highly recommended, fundamentally essential reading as an excellent and accessible introduction to the world prospective hospital patients will experience.
Introducing modern and progressive visions for and of the church, Beyond Vatican II conceptually analyzes and concisely documents the variations occurring between neo-traditionalists and traditionalists and the churches questionable pursuits with the multitude of smaller sects seeking differences from the fundamentally inclined notions of the Pope and the Vatican.
For many ancient and indigenous cultures, as for Active Dreamers today, dreaming is not fundamentally about what happens during sleep.
From time to time one comes across a budget that is so fundamentally flawed that detailed criticism is superfluous and this is one such budget," said Coun Smith, who wanted more investment in energy saving, more money for Welfare Rights work and extra cash for pensioners.
As the natural world so vividly teaches us, diversity is what is required for creativity, and it is fundamentally through our abilities to create, that we are capable of evolving.
Economics Professors Michel Aglietta and Antoine Reberioux postulate that a basic tenet of capitalism--that companies should be managed solely for their shareholders--is fundamentally flawed in the modern-day environment filled with liquid markets, greedy investors, and recurring financial instability.
Indeed, because the asset recognition model underlying the FASB's proposed interpretation is fundamentally flawed, the exposure draft would neither represent an improvement over current accounting principles nor produce greater consistency and comparability of financial statements.
If we believe life is fundamentally good, we will seek out rest as a taste of that goodness.
Other advances people's capacity and durability, spurred by both industry and government, will fundamentally alter what it means to be human, says Garreau.
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