inhere in


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Verb1.inhere in - be part of; "This problem inheres in the design"
include - have as a part, be made up out of; "The list includes the names of many famous writers"
repose, reside, rest - be inherent or innate in;
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They come of no accident of character, but inhere in the divine order and constitution of things.
How much, therefore, of herself must inhere in a garment so confidential as a petticoat, or so close and constant a companion as a stocking!
Halifax) and Simmons (emeritus Christian education, Union Presbyterian Seminary) identify practices that inhere in the texts of Christian theologians using the tools of their scholarly training as well as their own faith to confront the ecological crisis.
This is hardly a full-blown defense of authorial rights, but it does acknowledge that the economic rights of a work of literature inhere in a common law owner as well as a stationer.
Does their power inhere in the depicted scenes themselves, the fact that they are handmade as opposed to photographed, or rather simply in the concept of a quasi-insider artist "being there" where something potentially important seems to be happening?
The second is the idea that legal rights are a function of being "part of a nation-state"--an idea radically at odds with the American proposition that rights inhere in individuals.
These notes of fullness, completeness, and perfection also inhere in the fourth element of the way of Christ--the Lord's own prayer, the Our Father.
Because we believe rights inhere in individuals, not in groups, we will attain our nation's goal of equal rights without quotas or other forms of preferential treatment.