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not corresponding in size or degree or extent

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Representatives of other families (for example, crows and parrots) are incommensurately more seldom the subjects of such investigations, although such data significantly extends our perceptions of the cognitive abilities of birds.
Although Adams maintains the doctrine that God is not obliged to humanity, it would be "cruel for God to create (allow to evolve) human beings with such radical vulnerability to horrors, unless Divine power stood able, and Divine love willing, to redeem." (41) There must be ways the incommensurately good God defeats a person's participation in horrendous evil and gives that person's life a "positive meaning through organic unity with a great enough good within the context of his/her life." (42) This last point is a salient feature of her theology, namely that for God to be good to a person, God must guarantee that individual a life that is a great good to him or her and one in which any participation in horrors is defeated within the context of his or her life.
Perkoff's theatrical conjoining of jazz and poetry enables the incommensurately expository logics of verbal art and the incremental logic of music to merge in a collage that empowers both expressions of imaginative expression.
Pulse crops present an abnormal performance where the area harvested decreased but the yield increased incommensurately. Cereals followed a structural trend that came from the 1960s and 1970s when the Colombian government received benefits from food aid programs.
This is irrelevant to my argument that the number of Kimberley points held in museum collections, given they were made and used in such a chronologically and spatially limited area, is incommensurately large when compared with other artefact types (Harrison 2006).
Krauss, who was invited to the 1990 WiG conference, bore witness to the incommensurately eventful times.
activity in that state and no state overreaches to tax incommensurately.