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lacking substance or reality

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Associate Professor Mons Bendixen and Professor Leif Edward Ottesen Kennair at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology's (NTNU) Department of Psychology divided sexual harassment into two main groups: nonphysical harassment (hearing derogatory sexual remarks about one's appearance, behavior, or sexual orientation; unwanted sexual attention; being the subject of rumors; and being shown sexually oriented images) and physically coercive sexual behavior, such as unwanted kissing, groping, intimate touch, and intercourse.
The problem lies in applying the scientific method to nonphysical phenomena which lie outside the paradigms of science.
The tribal heart characterized by leb and oltau governs those nonphysical aspects of Self which make life truly alive for each tribal member.
Before we intervene, too many people were killed by the opposition, but through the physical and nonphysical presence of the Islamic republic, great massacres have been avoided".
That means that mental states can be neither reducible nor identifiable with brain states, in that, unlike brain states which are purely physical, mental states are nonphysical states.
But with this service, we are asking women directly if they suffer from domestic abuse and offering help for the nonphysical effects as well.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa's, Switch Program encourages kids to switch what they do (from nonphysical to physical activities), switch what they view (reducing television viewing time), and switch what they chew (to increase fruit and vegetable consumption).
Physical and nonphysical types of intimate partner violence (IPV) are common in women, with lifetime prevalence ranging from 17 to 34 percent for physical IPV, and 12 to 35 percent for nonphysical abuse (e.
The Supreme Court denied certiorari in Murphy II, in which the DC Circuit held that a tax on an award of damages for nonphysical injuries under Sec.
Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that awards for nonphysical damages could not be taxed.
This brief but dense book argues that it is time to retire the Christian tradition of a nonphysical soul and speak again of the inner self as an aspect of a whole person, as was common among Jews of Jesus' time and is probably the more common notion in the New Testament.
Marrita Murphy challenged the constitutionality of taxing damages for nonphysical injuries.
the framers of the Sixteenth Amendment would not have understood compensation for a personal injury--including a nonphysical injury--to be income.
In that process, I discovered I had the nonphysical strength to face myself, and a means--yoga