bodily+substance

  • 1 bodily — bodily, physical, corporeal, corporal, somatic are comparable when used narrowly to mean of or relating to the human body. Bodily suggests opposition to mental or intellectual {so engrossed in thought as to be unaware of his bodily needs} {he has …

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  • 2 bodily — [bäd′ə lē] adj. [ME bodilich < bodi,BODY] 1. physical: opposed to MENTAL1 2. of, in, by, or to the body adv. 1. in person; in the flesh [to be bodily present] 2. as a single body; in entirety …

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  • 3 bodily — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. corporeal, physical, material. adv. wholly, entire. See whole, substance. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Concerning the body] Syn. corporeal, corporal, physical, carnal, fleshly, somatic, incarnate,… …

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  • 4 substance — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) I n. material (see substance); subject [matter], meaning, gist; wealth (see money). II Material existence Nouns 1. substance, matter; corpus, frame, protoplasm, principle; person, thing, object, article; …

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  • 5 bodily fluid — noun the liquid parts of the body • Syn: ↑liquid body substance, ↑body fluid, ↑humor, ↑humour • Derivationally related forms: ↑humoral (for: ↑humor) …

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  • 6 body substance — noun the substance of the body • Hypernyms: ↑substance • Hyponyms: ↑solid body substance, ↑liquid body substance, ↑bodily fluid, ↑body fluid, ↑humor, ↑humour, ↑ …

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  • 7 Specific heat of a substance at any temperature — Heat Heat (h[=e]t), n. [OE. hete, h[ae]te, AS. h[=ae]tu, h[=ae]to, fr. h[=a]t hot; akin to OHG. heizi heat, Dan. hede, Sw. hetta. See {Hot}.] 1. A force in nature which is recognized in various effects, but especially in the phenomena of fusion… …

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  • 8 liquid body substance — noun the liquid parts of the body • Syn: ↑bodily fluid, ↑body fluid, ↑humor, ↑humour • Derivationally related forms: ↑humoral (for: ↑humor) …

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  • 9 Jewish philosophy — Colette Sirat INTRODUCTION The history of medieval Jewish philosophy can be divided into two consecutive periods. The first, beginning in the ninth century and ending roughly with the death of Maimonides in 1204, occurred in Islamic lands. The… …

    History of philosophy

  • 10 R. v. Stillman — SCCInfoBox case name=R. v. Stillman full case name=William Wayne Dale Stillman v. Her Majesty The Queen heard date=January 26, 1996 November 7, 1996 decided date=March 20, 1997 citations= [1997] 1 S.C.R. 607, 185 N.B.R. (2d) 1, 185 N.B.R. (2e) 1 …

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  • 11 bod|i|ly — «BOD uh lee», adjective, adverb. –adj. 1. of the body; in the body; physical: »bodily pain. Athletes have bodily strength. 2. having a body or bodies; corporeal; material: »a bodily substance. –adv. 1. in person; …

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  • 12 Matter — This article is about the concept in the physical sciences. For other uses, see Matter (disambiguation). Matter is a general term for the substance of which all physical objects consist.[1][2] Typically, matter includes atoms and other particles… …

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  • 13 Spirit — • Used in several different but allied senses: (1) as signifying a living, intelligent, incorporeal being, such as the soul; (2) as the fiery essence or breath (the Stoic pneuma) which was supposed to be the universal vital force; (3) as… …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 14 waste — [c]/weɪst / (say wayst) verb (wasted, wasting) –verb (t) 1. to consume, spend, or employ uselessly or without adequate return; use to no avail; squander: to waste money; to waste time; to waste effort; to waste words. 2. to fail or neglect to use …

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  • 15 waste — wastable, adj. wasteless, adj. /wayst/, v., wasted, wasting, n., adj. v.t. 1. to consume, spend, or employ uselessly or without adequate return; use to no avail or profit; squander: to waste money; to waste words. 2. to fail or neglect to use: to …

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  • 16 person — n. 1. Individual, one, somebody, someone. 2. Body, bodily substance, bodily form, human frame, living body. 3. Character, part, rôle. 4. Moral agent, living soul, self conscious being. 5. Human being, human creature …

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  • 17 Levi-Montalcini, Rita — ▪ Italian American neurologist born April 22, 1909, Turin, Italy       neurologist who, with biochemist Stanley Cohen (Cohen, Stanley), shared the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1986 for her discovery of a bodily substance that… …

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  • 18 My Sister's Keeper — For the film adaptation, see My Sister s Keeper (film). My Sister s Keeper   …

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  • 19 Nova Eva — is a devotional name for the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus Christ, and is possibly the most ancient doctrinal title of Our Lady in the Early Church. Eastern and Western Fathers of the Church alike express the doctrinal message that goes back to… …

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  • 20 Bernard of Clairvaux, Saint — (1090–1153)    Bernard of Clairvaux was the most important and influential figure of the mid 12th century Latin church. He is best known as the maker and confidante of popes, the opponent of Peter ABELARD, and the major force behind the Second… …

    Encyclopedia of medieval literature