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conforming to the same principles or course of action over time

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showing little if any change

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The difference of this intermediate algorithm is as follows: in the calculation of the merit function f(u, [theta]) in (5), [f.sub.1] (u, [theta]) is calculated using the following equation instead of (6), while [f.sub.2](m, [theta]) is calculated using (7) unchangingly:
Mainland Chinese scholarship on budaixi has largely regarded Southeast Asian practice as unchangingly 'Chinese', while also being inclined to regard it as of marginal interest (and impractical to research) due to its position on the periphery and its linguistic otherness.
Others felt that technology afforded new possibilities for learning, though still unchangingly based upon the traditional learning paradigms discovered by the 19th century psychologists (Kozma, 1991).
The point was also strongly made that the current outness and LGBTQ movement in some Hmong American communities made it untenable to fix a portrayal of Hmong society as unchangingly homophobic.
Plotinus's One is an eternal efficient and final cause of all reality, while remaining unchangingly above and other than all it produces.
Attaching historical "sense" to the ideology of violence produces a powerful epic narrative, the "fatal continuity," of which, "indeed permits, as suggested by Richard Slotkin, to speak of a 'gunfighter nation' with regard to patterns of attitude and behavior unchangingly extolled by books, film, even encyclopediae" (p.
as unchangingly beautiful, Griggs idealizes domestic service as
The paschal face cannot be sketched according to a single cultural world view, nor can its dynamic character be unchangingly affixed, as unicursal image, to a wooden cross" (344).
(54) If we could become permanently and unchangingly virtuous and knowing, then, once we got past the initial generative pleasures, like the gods, we too would be in a pleasureless, albeit fulfilled, state.
It is the preservation of the doctrinal truth, the liturgical and hierarchical order and the principles of spiritual life which, unchangingly and uninterruptedly, have been present in the Church since apostolic times" (para.
3) Hizb Allah is actively and unchangingly committed to the Palestinian cause.
Eerik Dickinson, (55) Brown, and Berkey have all pointed to this, but too many works on Islam and Islamic thought see the hadith as a monument to the third and fourth centuries that, once in place, simply sits in the Islamic landscape unchangingly. Nowhere near as much work has been done on hadith commentary as has been done on Quran commentary although it seems at least as dynamic a genre.
as an "isolatable entity" (Blois 1984), which manifests itself unchangingly in all patients.
(18) Presumably, Story is here trying to express in his own words the classic Theravada view that over time, from life to life, a being is 'neither (unchangingly) the same, nor (completely) different' (Milindapanha 40).
In 1909 the Zionist writer Max Nordau summarised the history of the Jews in Europe to that point in terms of their being regarded "constantly and unchangingly as foreigners [Fremde] ...