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There was a character about Madame Defarge, from which one might have predicated that she did not often make mistakes against herself in any of the reckonings over which she presided.
If there is any thing exceptionable, it must be sought for in the specific powers upon which this general declaration is predicated.
When one thing is predicated of another, all that which is predicable of the predicate will be predicable also of the subject.
But where one genus is subordinate to another, there is nothing to prevent their having the same differentiae: for the greater class is predicated of the lesser, so that all the differentiae of the predicate will be differentiae also of the subject.
When he superimposed a feverish metropolis on a waste of timbered, snow-covered flat, he predicated first the gold-strike that made the city possible, and next he had an eye for steamboat landings, sawmill and warehouse locations, and all the needs of a far-northern mining city.
Your I is both subject and object; it predicates things of itself and is the things predicated.
With species in a state of nature, every naturalist has in fact brought descent into his classification; for he includes in his lowest grade, or that of a species, the two sexes; and how enormously these sometimes differ in the most important characters, is known to every naturalist: scarcely a single fact can be predicated in common of the males and hermaphrodites of certain cirripedes, when adult, and yet no one dreams of separating them.
which I think may be predicated of any one who knows that the bread of many is owing to his own largesses.
If M (middle term) is predicated of no N (major extreme),
HOW LONG can shows predicated on a simple philosophical difference between the two main characters really last?
It is predicated on the following core beliefs and teaching ideologies: