Cesare Borgia was considered cruel; notwithstanding, his cruelty reconciled the Romagna, unified
it, and restored it to peace and loyalty.
As Spencer says, the data of any particular science are partially unified
Causal laws so stated would, I believe, be applicable to psychology and physics equally; the science in which they were stated would succeed in achieving what metaphysics has vainly attempted, namely a unified
account of what really happens, wholly true even if not the whole of truth, and free from all convenient fictions or unwarrantable assumptions of metaphysical entities.
If in any narrative there is one or more Secondary Action, a story which might be separated from the Main Action and viewed as complete in itself, criticism should always ask whether the Main and Secondary Actions are properly unified
Inevitably, an untelephoned nation is less social, less unified
, less progressive, and less efficient.
Thus, he unified
the universe and held it up and looked at it, or wandered through its byways and alleys and jungles, not as a terrified traveller in the thick of mysteries seeking an unknown goal, but observing and charting and becoming familiar with all there was to know.
And there, complete, unified
, unmistakable, lay Julius K.
the Canadian telecom giant, has created the means for 20,000 of its employees to stay connected anytime, anywhere and on any device through unified
There's nothing to keep unified
messaging from being deployed on fault-tolerant, high-availability, even redundant servers.
The first generation of unified
conferencing and collaboration products are well in place in the market.
For example, Simi Valley Unified
, with an enrollment of 20,123, reported 9.
The webinar, titled "A VoiceCon Webinar: A Practical Approach to Unified
Communications," will take place at 2:00 p.