glassen

glassen

(ˈɡlɑːsən)
adj
glassy
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Glassen, Der Mittlere Weg: Studien zur Religionspolitik und Religiositat der spateren Abbasiden-Zeit (Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner, 1981)--or in the period after the end of Seljuq rule--e.g., A.
"'Tight tolerance' is a term that is often tossed around loosely in the [manufacturing] industry," wrote Ken Glassen, vice president of engineering for plastic injection molding company Kaysun Corporation, in a Manufacturing.net article last year.
Given the fact that wars and conflict throughout the world have always been about land and resources, such failure by donors and governments to understand its significance gives cause for concern, especially given that there are so many academic studies emphasizing its importance (Miyazaki 2007; Ravuvu 1988; Weiner and Glassen 2007).
"It felt like I fell off a cliff," says Glassen "My whole focus had been ballet.
See Peter Glassen, The Classes of Moral Terms, 11 METHODOS 223, 224-27, 238-44 (1959); Michael Thompson, What Is It To Wrong Someone?, A Puzzle About Justice, in REASON AND VALUE: THEMES FROM THE MORAL PHILOSOPHY OF JOSEPH RAZ 333, 336 (R.J.
"We are evaluating a Linux server to run our Hyperion Essbase operations with the hopes of improving efficiencies and decreasing overall costs," said Bill Glassen, director of information technology at Cashman Equipment.
Social worker Paul Glassen was arrested for "witness tampering" and investigated for child abuse after challenging the CPS's methods.
Cinderella iss out-gerunnen mit muchen hasten und ben losen ein glassen slipper.
The impartial and intersubjective character of sympathetically derived moral desires suggests possible conativist responses to a standard criticism of noncognitivism--that "moral discourse is redolent of cognitivity" (as Peter Glassen once put it)--and Bricke accordingly shows how Hume's theory might be revised to allow moral sentences to be, in a limited but significant sense, truth-bearing (p.