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He felt a sharp gradation between himself and his shipmates, and was wise enough to realize that the difference lay in potentiality rather than achievement.
Rudimentary organs sometimes retain their potentiality, and are merely not developed: this seems to be the case with the mammae of male mammals, for many instances are on record of these organs having become well developed in full-grown males, and having secreted milk.
Having issued this mandate with as much potentiality as if she had been a recognized authority in the house ever since it had been a house, and having looked out to confront the amazed Peggotty coming along the passage with a candle at the sound of a strange voice, Miss Betsey shut the door again, and sat down as before: with her feet on the fender, the skirt of her dress tucked up, and her hands folded on one knee.
He also took interest in tourism, agriculture and industrialization and appreciated the potentiality of tourism in Swat.
Visiting Asian Development Bank (ADB) President Takehiko Nakao highly praised Bangladesh's tremendous socioeconomic uplift under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, saying the country has an immense potentiality to emerge as an economic power in Asia.
(1) Rosamond Sprague, in her review of Charlotte Witt's book, has roundly challenged the supposition that this book presents us with a new understanding of notions of potentiality. She chides Witt for having a "perverse methodology" by cutting herself off "from some important texts in which potentiality and actuality are prominent." (2) My aim here is to accentuate that point by undertaking a diachronic account of how Aristotle's notions of dunamis must have developed through his coming to terms with natural motion.
Tourism as a sector is experiencing a lazy growth despite the sector is recognised by the government as a lucrative one which has a potentiality to make an enormous contribution to the national economy.
Practices of global development have been critiqued for reproducing a notion of the suffering poor as bare life; passive, despairing and devoid of both hope and potentiality. In contrast, this article treats the experience of hope not as external to the governance of underdeveloped life but as a biopolitical technology central to its formation.
Potentiality is encoded in syntax and morphology in many ways, but a central strategy is by means of verb aspect, in particular, mood.
Public Management in Transition: The Orchestration of Potentiality