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  • 181 compelling — adj: that compels: tending to demand action or to convince a compelling need for disclosure a compelling argument Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. compelling …

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  • 182 prerequisite — I noun condition, demand, essential desideratum, exigency, fundamental, groundwork, indispensable item, necessary condition, necessary item, necessity, need, needed item, precondition, preliminary condition, pressing need, prior condition,… …

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  • 183 Seventeenth-century materialism: Gassendi and Hobbes — T.Sorell In the English speaking world Pierre Gassendi is probably best known as the author of a set of Objections to Descartes’s Meditations. These Objections, the fifth of seven sets collected by Mersenne, are relatively long and full, and… …

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  • 184 Enlightenment I (The French): science, materialism and determinism — The French Enlightenment I: science, materialism and determinism Peter Jimack The French Enlightenment is not just a convenient label devised by historians of philosophy, and the thinkers to be discussed in this chapter and the next were for the… …

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  • 185 concern — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 feeling of worry ADJECTIVE ▪ considerable, deep, grave, great, serious ▪ growing, mounting ▪ genuine …

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  • 186 imperative — Synonyms and related words: absolute, absolutist, absolutistic, acid, acute, allegiance, arbitrary, aristocratic, arrogant, ascendant, assigned task, authoritarian, authoritative, authorized, autocratic, basic, behest, bidding, binding, biting,… …

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  • 187 pressure — Synonyms and related words: abetment, adverse circumstances, adversity, advocate, affliction, aggravation, albatross, annoyance, apply pressure, argumentum baculinum, ascendancy, authority, bale, bear against, bear down on, bear down upon, bear… …

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  • 188 imperative — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. peremptory; obligatory, essential, necessary, compulsory; unavoidable. n. command; imperative mood (see grammar); informal, a must. See necessity, duty.Ant., unnecessary, avoidable. II (Roget s IV)… …

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  • 189 need — 1. verb 1) do you need money? Syn: require, be in need of, have need of, want; be crying out for, be desperate for; demand, call for, necessitate, entail, involve; lack, be without, be short of 2) you needn t come …

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  • 190 needful — needful, necessary, requisite, indispensable, essential are comparable when meaning urgently required. Needful carries the weakest suggestion of urgency, but it applies to something that is required to supply a want or to fulfill a need {forts,… …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 191 necessary — adj 1. needed, needful, called for, occasioned, in demand, requisite, required; indispensable, vital, essential, of the essence, important, of the utmost importance; fundamental, elementary, rudimentary, basic, bedrock, material, substantive, Inf …

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  • 192 need — [n1] want, requirement charge, commitment, committal, compulsion, demand, desideratum, devoir, duty, essential, exigency, extremity, longing, must, obligation, occasion, ought, requisite, right, the urge, urgency, use, weakness, wish; concepts 20 …

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  • 193 urgency — noun 1. the state of being urgent; an earnest and insistent necessity (Freq. 2) • Hypernyms: ↑necessity • Hyponyms: ↑hurry, ↑haste, ↑imperativeness, ↑insistence, ↑in …

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  • 194 FRANCE — (Heb. פְרַאנְצִיָּה and צָרְפַת), country in Western Europe. This entry is arranged according to the following outline: from the first settlements unil the revolution the roman and merovingian periods from the carolingians until the eve of the… …

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  • 195 HERZL, THEODOR — (Binyamin Ze ev; 1860–1904), founder of political Zionism and the World Zionist Organization. Herzl was born in Budapest, Hungary, to an affluent family and educated in the spirit of German Jewish enlightenment. In 1878 he entered the law faculty …

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  • 196 MONEYLENDING — The Religious Context BIBLICAL PERIOD Deuteronomy 23:20–21 states: You shall not lend on interest to your brother, interest of food or money or anything on which interest can be charged. You may charge interest to a foreigner, but not to your… …

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  • 197 work — I. noun Etymology: Middle English werk, work, from Old English werc, weorc; akin to Old High German werc work, Greek ergon, Avestan varəzem activity Date: before 12th century 1. activity in which one exerts strength or faculties to do or perform… …

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  • 198 Christianity — Part of a series on Christianity …

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  • 199 Conspiracy theory — For other uses, see Conspiracy theory (disambiguation). For a list of conspiracy theories, see List of conspiracy theories. A conspiracy theory explains an event as being the result of an alleged plot by a covert group or organization or, more… …

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  • 200 Catharism — Cathar redirects here. For other uses, see Cathar (disambiguation). The Good Men redirects here. For the Dutch house music duo, see Zki Dobre. Gnosticism This article is part of a series on …

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