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  • 121tangible — adjective I d prefer a reward more tangible than praise say, cash Syn: touchable, palpable, material, physical, real, substantial, corporeal, solid, concrete; visible, noticeable; actual, definite, clear, clear cut, distinct, manifest, evident …

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  • 122μετενσωματῶν — μετά , ἐν σωματόω make corporeal pres part act masc voc sg (doric aeolic) μετά , ἐν σωματόω make corporeal pres part act neut nom/voc/acc sg (doric aeolic) μετά , ἐν σωματόω make corporeal pres part act masc nom sg μετά , ἐν σωματόω make… …

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  • 123σωματῶν — σωματόω make corporeal pres part act masc voc sg (doric aeolic) σωματόω make corporeal pres part act neut nom/voc/acc sg (doric aeolic) σωματόω make corporeal pres part act masc nom sg σωματόω make corporeal pres inf act (doric) …

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  • 124affect —    by Felicity J.Colman   Watch me: affection is the intensity of colour in a sunset on a dry and cold autumn evening. Kiss me: affect is that indescribable moment before the registration of the audible, visual, and tactile transformations… …

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  • 125hereditaments — /haredatamants/hehraditamants/ Things capable of being inherited, be it corporeal or incorporeal, real, personal, or mixed, and including not only lands and everything thereon but also heirlooms, and certain furniture which, by custom, may… …

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  • 126hereditaments — /haredatamants/hehraditamants/ Things capable of being inherited, be it corporeal or incorporeal, real, personal, or mixed, and including not only lands and everything thereon but also heirlooms, and certain furniture which, by custom, may… …

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  • 127affect —    by Felicity J.Colman   Watch me: affection is the intensity of colour in a sunset on a dry and cold autumn evening. Kiss me: affect is that indescribable moment before the registration of the audible, visual, and tactile transformations… …

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  • 128FORM AND MATTER — (Heb. צוּרָה, ẓurah, and חֹמֶר, ḥomer), according to Aristotle, the two constituents of every physical substance, form being that which makes the substance what it is, and matter being the substratum underlying the form. In substantial change the …

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  • 129PRESENCE, DIVINE — The notion of the Divine Presence is expressed in the Bible in two different senses: (1) in the corporeal sense, i.e., the actual dwelling (shakhan, שָׁכַן) of God in His abode; (2) in the abstract sense, i.e., symbolic representation by means of …

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  • 130SAADIAH (Ben Joseph) GAON — (882–942), greatest scholar and author of the geonic period and important leader of Babylonian Jewry. Saadiah was born in Pithom (Abu Suweir), in the Faiyum district in Egypt. Little is known about his family except that his opponents slandered… …

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  • 131Incorporeal — In cor*po re*al, a. [Pref. in not + corporeal: cf. L. incorporeus. Cf. {Incorporal}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Not corporeal; not having a material body or form; not consisting of matter; immaterial. [1913 Webster] Thus incorporeal spirits to smaller… …

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  • 132Incorporeal hereditament — Incorporeal In cor*po re*al, a. [Pref. in not + corporeal: cf. L. incorporeus. Cf. {Incorporal}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Not corporeal; not having a material body or form; not consisting of matter; immaterial. [1913 Webster] Thus incorporeal spirits… …

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  • 133material — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English materiel, from Middle French & Late Latin; Middle French, from Late Latin materialis, from Latin materia matter more at matter Date: 14th century 1. a. (1) relating to, derived from, or consisting of matter; …

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  • 135Magic in Harry Potter — In the Harry Potter series created by J. K. Rowling, magic is depicted as a natural force that can be used to override the usual laws of nature. Many fictional magical creatures exist in the series, while ordinary creatures sometimes exhibit new… …

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  • 136Christian theology — The Prophetess Anna, Rembrandt, 1631 See also: History of Christian theology and Outline of Christian theology Christian doctrine redirects here. For the United States Court case known by that name, see G.L. Christian and associates v. US.… …

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  • 137Mechanism (philosophy) — Mechanism is the belief that natural wholes (principally living things) are like machines or artifacts, composed of parts lacking any intrinsic relationship to each other, and with their order imposed from without. Thus, the source of an apparent …

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  • 138List of legendary creatures by type — This is a list of legendary creatures from mythology, folklore and fairy tales, sorted by their classification or affiliation. Creatures from modern fantasy fiction and role playing games are not included. Contents 1 Angels 2 Artificial creatures …

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  • 139Ly-Cilph — In The Night s Dawn Trilogy, the Ly Cilph are an alien race that evolved on an unnamed moon orbiting a gas giant planet. The unstable nature of the Ly Cilph s homeworld s orbit meant that every nine years, the moon was consumed by violent storms …

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  • 140Hollow (Charmed) — Infobox Charmed Character Title=The Hollow First=Charmed and Dangerous Last=Forever Charmed Creator=Brad Kern Name=The Hollow Kind=The Ultimate Power /Invincible Force/Vacuum Affiliation=Neutral Family=None Powers= As the most powerful force in… …

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