Related to Characteristical: hunkering, caught up with


Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Indeed, you here fall into an error, which in my little experience I have observed to be a very common one, by taking the character of mankind from the worst and basest among them; whereas, indeed, as an excellent writer observes, nothing should be esteemed as characteristical of a species, but what is to be found among the best and most perfect individuals of that species.
For example, author-printer Samuel Richardson, another great borrower in the visual production and packaging of the novel, includes an exhaustive, one-hundred-page "Historical and Characteristical Index" in the final volume of Sir Charles Grandison (1754).
LAHORE:Punjab government is undertaking yet another assessment of the pollution spotting of Ravi basin to develop a long-term, multi-sectoral plan by hiring international consultants, planning and development board sources revealed.The assessment, which will be theseventh of its kind, would be carried out at a cost of Rs48.625million comprising characteristical aspects of pollution of the river Ravi and the health risks that were not well documented by the earlier efforts owing to technical and institutional constraints.
Histopathological diagnosis of BCC shows palisading of columnar cells, although this characteristical appearance has been debated for considerable time.
But the random flicker effect used to define dynamic characteristical behavior of the electrical arc, is quite hard and complex to be applied with polynominal equations.
1) Identify characteristical retinal findings of ICSC on FFA and optical coherence tomography.
(56) This may be in the spirit of other religions, but Locke is adamant that this is not the true spirit of Christianity: religious toleration is "the chief Characteristical Mark of the True Church" and anyone who is "destitute of Charity, Meekness, and Good-will in general towards all Mankind, even to those that are not Christians, he is certainly yet short of being a true Christian himself." (57) Similar sentiments regarding this tolerant characteristic of Christianity are found throughout the Essay and ROC.
(52) For reviews commenting on Siddons's pity inspiring abilities see Thomas Young, The Siddoniad: A characteristical and critical poem (Dublin: R.
The method consists of recording characteristical X-ray radiation emitted by an ionized atom.
Similarly, characteristical and linguistical emphasize adjectivalness (characteristic and linguistics are nouns).
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