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Indeed, Joyce argues that liberal rule inhered in and worked through the very material fabric of the city.
For example, the Stoics believed that happiness inhered in first coming to know the order of the universe and then bringing your life into harmony with it.
Even though so many confessed to knowing very little about genetics, they clearly felt some value inhered in understanding their own and their loved ones' genetic profiles.
In Wink's sometimes circular reading, encounters with the new landscape are made to reflect what the diarists wished to see--traces of "home" and the supposedly stable self that inhered there.
RESULTS Children treated with IV albuterol showed a significant benefit over those treated with inhered ipratropium in recovery at 90, 120, and 180 minutes (P = .
Yet one wonders whether this variety supports or undermines the author's thesis that one impulse has inhered in West Indian Christianity.
At court, politics inhered as much in architecture as in speech: large ceremonial chambers were given over to public declamation, while in the warren of lodgings, offices and service rooms, rumor and gossip could be whispered.
But he also concludes that "we certainly must do away with the arrogance that has inhered in both the so-called 'exclusivistic' and 'inclusivistic' positions in missiology that have plagued Christians across the years" (p.
But he finds the idea in significantly mature form in the writings of the Spanish Dominicans, particularly Francisco de Vitoria and Bartolome de Las Casas who, while reflecting on the Spanish conquest of the New World, insisted that natural rights inhered in human persons.
In tandem, they learned that they did not own their rights or responsibilities; rights and responsibilities inhered in or were produced through relationships, contravening their autonomy.
However, since eighteenth century philosophy held that no sensory qualities inhered in the world, beauty was actually seen as no more subjective than color, warmth, or smoothness - each of which gained its reality from the sensory systems of beholders.
For Milton, excellence inhered not in heredity but in election; it could be obtained only by merit, not ties of kinship.
Valentine's Day "the harbinger of the new possibilities and strange sardonicism that inhered in allying commerce and celebration, mass production and deeply felt sentiment.