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Intelligent speech could exist as a motor habit, without any accompaniment of images, and this conclusion applies to words of which the meaning is universal, just as much as to words of which the meaning is relatively particular.
For a time he wondered that they should so bravely battle with the giant ape-man, yet hesitate to rush upon him, who was relatively so weak.
Fierce and terrible was the battle that ensued, but at last the savages were routed, more by terror, perhaps, at sight of a black man and a white fighting in company with a panther and the huge fierce apes of Akut, than because of their inability to overcome the relatively small force that opposed them.
Relatively, the organizing force of matter has been much more violent in the interior of the moon than in the interior of the terrestrial globe.
What kind or degree of unity is to be sought after in a building, in the plastic arts, in poetry, in prose, is a problem which has to be determined relatively to the subject-matter.
The strongest and most reliable hold which the ship has upon the whale when moored alongside, is by the flukes or tail; and as from its greater density that part is relatively heavier than any other (excepting the side-fins), its flexibility even in death, causes it to sink low beneath the surface; so that with the hand you cannot get at it from the boat, in order to put the chain round it.
Pozdena found that an options-based model fit actual data well: Credit card rates showed little response to T-bill rates, and model parameters were "consistent with the representation of credit card debt as costly-to-service, unsecured credit extended to relatively high-risk borrowers.
7%, reversing declines and relatively stagnant growth in the late 1990s into 2000.
In addition, employment in retail trade establishments registered a relatively strong rise, the number of manufacturing jobs increased for a third straight month, and state and local governments added more workers.
BDK did lower its leverage in 2003 after reaching relatively high levels earlier in the decade and has proceeded to keep leverage on a cash flow basis at relatively strong levels.
Because financial wealth is relatively concentrated, this represents a highly progressive and redistributive form of taxation.
FCF's ratings consider its sound overall financial fundamentals combined with a relatively small yet growing franchise in Western Pennsylvania.
The Board's approach to collecting the data (developed in consultation with the other supervisory agencies) is a relatively simple one that minimizes the burden on the reporting institutions and, at the same time, provides a reporting format that offers a large base of information for use by the public and the supervisory agencies.
4 per cent growth hopes THE West Midlands economy is recovering 'at a relatively strong rate' with average GDP growth of around 2.
29 (Petra)--The weather on Thursday is expected to be relatively cold during daytime in the hilly areas and mild in other parts of the Kingdom with clouds at various altitudes,while it will be cold at night in most regions and relatively cold in the Jordan Valley and the Gulf of Aqaba.