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In Schelling's view, the Absolute, as the ground subtending all relations, must of necessity be beyond relation altogether, while for Coleridge, even this Absolute needs paradoxically to be brought into relation with the knowing subject to fulfill its function in a philosophical position that is compatible with religious faith.
Abdullah Attar, the committee's advisor for Islamic Monuments, said that by subtending the monuments, the committee takes care of repairing and renovating them.
In the distal part of a spikelet in Lepidosperma tetraquetrum, the flowers are dislocated with respect to their subtending glumes (Fig.
She views post- coloniality as a condition linked to the cultural logic subtending the history of European conquests begun 500 years ago that brought the world as an empirical totality into human apprehension.
tricolor red, yellow and green) that are shorter than to equaling the subtending floral bracts (vs.
Axillary buds are described as being initiated from detached meristems which show cytohistological zonation consisting of 2 layers, stratified initials, overlaying a group of subtending cells, the basal initials.
Two metro access subtending rings, using White Rock Networks' VLX2010 OC-48 SONET ADM
The Avidia System's impressive list of capabilities include advanced subtending with multi-system management capabilities; the widest variety of chassis sizes in the industry; the greatest number of network and subscriber interface options available; a complete line of modems, routers and Integrated Access Devices; and ADC's unmatched OSS software, integration and support services.
Each chapter explores this subtending theme as it discusses a variety of possible reactions by the female protagonist to this oppressive condition: resignation, rebellion, retreat into insanity, and conformity to socially prescribed roles.
These ports can be used to aggregate traffic from additional Stingers or other DSLAMs, known as subtending, allowing the network to effectively grow as new subscribers are added.
This craving for more, however, attests to the author's success: for the first time she sets side-by-side a series of texts that share both similarities and differences, and she asks of them difficult questions which are fundamental for a reconstitution of the imaginaries subtending the text/reader contract in the fictional literature of sixteenth-century France.
The blade also supports carrier grade 10GigE transport while simultaneously subtending downstream nodes via resilient 10GigE.
In the present project the attentional system will be loaded through visual or auditory dual-tasking to investigate the core cognitive and neural mechanisms subtending normal and pathological (stroke patients) spatial processing.
Instead of each bar subtending 2" at 100 yards, they subtend 3.