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Another 166 "incorrigible recidivsts" were transferred to the newer Lovech camp.

An incorrigible flirt, he is constantly chasing after young women; as a result, his father recruits him into the Toran Liberation Army after finding him flirting with an inn maid in Suikoden.

Plato and Aristotle deal with speculations as to the existence of an incorporeal soul that bore the faculties of intelligence and wisdom.

Should the player's character be male, she can, like in the original game, become a romantic interest despite her incorporeal condition.

Karaites believe in an eternal, one, and incorporeal god, Creator of Universe, who gave the Tanakh to humankind, through Moses and the Prophets.

Barony titles themselves are now feudal heritage, that are, incorporeal hereditament, and not attached to the land.

Quoted in gontarski, S. E., ‘Notes to What Where: The Revised Text, by Samuel Beckett', in Journal of Beckett Studies 2.1 (1992), p 11 The stage Bam is therefore an "historical projection” of the incorporeal voice emanating from the loudspeaker.

Although dynamicobsolescence kicks off with a fast moving, bouncy piece of pure electro, reminiscent of early post-acid Warp (Yorkshire Acid Burn), the more buoyant tracks are scarcely dispatched between the incorporeal compositions.

Rights in incorporeal moveables are transferred by assignation.

However garnishee orders can only be directed at incorporeal property such as money in a bank account which is being held on behalf of the debtor.

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