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not the same one or ones already mentioned or implied

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recently past

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belonging to the distant past

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very unusual

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Isn't the author really trying to say that to remember (be concerned for) others is to forget yourself?
When others pronounce our existence a mere "exhaustion of the soil," Jesus sees only our potential.
Furthermore, because psychopaths ignore peripheral information that provides context and meaning to daily situations, Newman argues, they don't appreciate music, art, or other endeavors that require depth of feeling.
The correlations between the other social goal types and the learning engagement constructs (effort regulation, help-seeking, and peer learning) were moderate and weak.
Home developers are greedy for taking good land in building new homes (although they pay for it), yet existing homeowners aren't greedy for forcing the costs of a ``free'' greenbelt onto others.
No, because kids test out aggression with each other all the time.
To put the debate another way: Does it make sense to allow lawsuits against The New York Times and other newspapers for letters to the editor that appear in print, but not for postings from readers that show up on the newspapers' Web sites?
And why would many others willingly accompany me to these remote areas of the world?
Through SDI familiar with our own types, the types of others, and how those types interact with each other, are motivated, and respond to stress, we see a powerful positive effect on communication, alignment and reduced stress as we work toward effective balance in our relationship with others.
This means that we in the US have to live up to what we ask our colleagues and whole communities to do in the other countries where we work.
Robert Nash, in his book Religious Pluralism in the Academy, sees a profound need for religious conversation in American universities: "My somewhat dramatic contention is that religious pluralism, if left unattended, is a phenomenon that in the future will threaten to divide students, faculty, and administrators in a way that makes all other campus divisions look tame by comparison.
A well-written proposal, report, technical document, request for resources, or some other document will get you noticed and put you in demand.
Several other findings of this study were also noteworthy.
On the other hand, I have not seen a board member come down to management and say, 'If a plane crashes into us, what do we do?