Take the analogy of the body: The evil of the body is a disease which wastes and reduces and annihilates the body; and all the things of which we were just now speaking come to annihilation through their own corruption attaching to them and inhering in them and so destroying them.
Do they by attaching to the soul and inhering in her at last bring her to death, and so separate her from the body ?
Assad Omar, PTI's financial expert, lauded PPP rule who performed far better than PML-N despite inhering
King Abdullah does not have sole say on who will inhering
He further holds that Principia offers a recursive definition of "truth," which assumes that the facts are truth-markers, and the universals inhering
in them are logically independent of each other.
Other pleasures emerge as Harris expounds on his directive that we attend to the multivocal and multiform temporalities inhering
in the cultural forms and material objects we study.
As a contemporary Gothic narrative, the novella goes beyond sensationalizing the grotesque in depicting the horror inhering
in the might of phallocentric societies that victimize defiant subjects.
The problems inhering
in the construct public/private become apparent in the first essay, by June L.
Given the complexity and ambiguity inhering
in federal, state, and foreign tax rules, as well as companies' obligation to legitimately minimize costs, disputes with tax authorities about reported liabilities are routine.
Faced as he is with two frameworks of convention--the first inhering
in the mannerist quality of the detective genre and the second deriving from his publisher's requirements--Wilson does a creditable job of securing space for suggestive comments on the work of Walter Mosley.
1349) and Valla (1407-57) admit of only substances and inhering
qualities, reducing the ten Aristotelian categories (quantity, relation, time, place, etc.
As a result, literary critics cannot convince either the American people or our political elites of the value still inhering
in literature as a way of thinking or a way of knowing.