And it occurs to no one that to admit a greatness not commensurable
with the standard of right and wrong is merely to admit one's own nothingness and immeasurable meanness.
Now that which is of divine birth has a period which is contained in a perfect number, but the period of human birth is comprehended in a number in which first increments by involution and evolution (or squared and cubed) obtaining three intervals and four terms of like and unlike, waxing and waning numbers, make all the terms commensurable
and agreeable to one another.
The negative perspective however, is that food and beverage companies will do well to ensure that acceleration doesn't become commensurable
with dilution of quality.
Instead of immediately perceiving Indigenous songs and narratives as yet another sort of literary tradition that could be broken down into often employed, recognizable categories, such as character and metaphor, I suggested it is important to take one step back and think about how doubles are not commensurable
as literary characters, but are best described as actual persons.
The amplitude of the <<current guide>> actually read on the oscillograms was in the range of units of volts, and was commensurable
or even exceeded the useful signal from the pulse pressure sensor.
It is time the Trump administration matches its tough Iran rhetoric with commensurable
Paradigms are called commensurable
if they can be translated into one another.
The difficulties of rendering Lu Xun and indeed all of modern Chinese literature commensurable
with a homogeneous, modern world literature have been apparent from the outset of their academic study in the United States.
Woqod CEO Saad Rashid al-Muhannadi said increasing the board's membership makes it commensurable
with the proportionate increase of company share capital, assets, and the diversification and development of its projects, in addition to the National Retirement & Social Insurance Fund entering as a big shareholder with a 20% stake in the company share capital.
These disturbances have a broad spectrum, the amplitude of harmonics falling within the band of the signal, commensurable
with the amplitude of an informative parameter that greatly affects the stability of the measuring instrument.
Raunig seems to espouse the general approach of these authors, who see the derivative as an instrument that far from epitomizing the parasitical nature of financial markets "establishes the connection of all disparate economic sectors and types of capital, mak[ing] them commensurable
with one another" (p.
On the other hand, when those competing polls' attributes are modeled out in a single equation in a statistically significant manner, the component polls largely converge to the same results, laying the foundation for a more commensurable
comparative platform and paving the way for more reliable and explainable outcomes.