inbeing

inbeing

(ˈɪnˌbiːɪŋ)
n
1. existence in something else; inherence
2. basic and inward nature; essence
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Instead of assuming that all CLD students with autism do not want to have any social interaction, let's recognize that some of those students are very interested inbeing participants in an active social life.
Though the non-Muslim children would not be forced to attend the Koran classes, the charity believes they would be interested inbeing taught.
By Hon: Philip Thon Nyok July 14, 2008 — Before and shortly after the inbeing of the signed CPA.
He was also devoted to his family and took great pleasure inbeing part of his children's, grandchildren's and great-grandchildren's lives.
The good news, evangelion, the resonating expression, sounding and proclaiming of God's inbeing in the world, is experienced in clouds and ocean waves, aspens and violets, falcon flight and thrush song, mountain shoulder and ploughman's ribs, thighs and shank.
Sadly, he is not alone inbeing a victim of this type of fraud as crooks try to beat speeding fines and congestion charges by stealing other vehicles' IDs.