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quality which keep Minaketan apart from other poets, which make him to occupy a special place
in the annals
of Manipur literature is his invention of new words purely from old Manipuri languages spoken
in the old days.
joie Hinton (a founding member of inimical
groups; which include second murder, sharp-edged satire, and Dupinesque solution.
Planets within a habitable zone with a small radius are also at increased risk of solar flares (see Aurelia ), which would tend to ionize the atmosphere and are otherwise inimical
to complex life.
23-24 Wilkes would later claim that he believed that the Trent was carrying "highly important dispatches and were endowed with instructions inimical
to the United States”.
This concern over consolidation
was among the most important of the Anti-Federalist objections to the Constitution; they saw the destruction of state sovereignty as inimical
Sweet launched into an attack on the five democratically elected Socialists, declaring they had been "elected on a platform that is absolutely inimical
to the best interests of the state of New York and the United States." That is the first germ of any love; the desire of favors, and the wish for a friendly rather than an inimical
The Church was inimical
to the Goddess and to unredeemed Nature from its inception, nevertheless the deep persistence of Goddess worship can be seen by the strength of the cult of the Virgin in Medieval times.
It also has a strong tradition in the teachings of Harry Stack Sullivan and the interpersonal theorists, as well as Kohut, where any reifcations are seen as authoritarian, distancing and inimical
to the establishment of a satisfactory therapeutic space.
In general, we feel that the FSA should pay more attention to the consistent complaint that the regulatory structure in this country often presents itself as being inimical
to small businesses.
Interference of that kind is inimical
to the free market that was supposedly the purpose, and from the EU's record we can only imagine what kind of mess such powers would cause.
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