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[newspaper] The i is a British newspaper published by Independent Print, owned by Alexander Lebedev, which also publishes The Independent. The newspaper, which is aimed at `readers and lapsed readers` of all ages and commuters with limited time, was launched on 26 October 2010 costing 20 pence. In March 2014 it had an average daily circulat...
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[British] Reporting statistics of link filmy-shlednuti.net; 0 records. Reports COIBot reported 0 links. ---- Below a full report on all use of the link filmy-shlednuti.net. This list is intended to see how the external link gets used, it does not imply that involved accounts are having a conflict of interest in adding the link, or that the ...
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[A Child] I (A Child) was a case heard by the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom on the 10 and 11 June 2009 and decided upon on 1 December 2009. The case principally involves the mother (a British Citizen of Indian origin), the father (a British Citizen of Pakistani origin) and their son (a British Citizen also born in the United Kingdom)....
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I (named i aɪ, plural ies) is the ninth letter and the third vowel in the ISO basic Latin alphabet. ==History== In Semitic, the letter may have originated in a hieroglyph for an arm that represented a voiced pharyngeal fricative (/ʕ/) in Egyptian, but was reassigned to /j/ (as in English `yes`) by Semites, because their word for `arm` began ...
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(imaginary unit number) The square root of minus one; i is also known as the imaginary unit number, v–1. The product of i and a real number is known as an imaginary number. Related entry • complex number
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I, 9th letter of the alphabet. This vowel can be pronounced with a short vowel sound, as the i in sit, or with a long vowel sound, like the ī in ride. The Greek correspondent is iota. J is a formal development from I. English is pronounced as a diphthong of ä and y. In chemistry I is the ...
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(a) Subjective opinion; preconceived notion. (Corfucius, Neo-Confucianism.) (b) The will, purpose, motive; idea; which is 'operation of' and 'emanation from' the mind with an objective in view (Chu Hsi, 1130-1200). It is called will 'when the intuitive faculty, with its pure intelligence and clear understanding, is moved and becomes active.' (Wan.....
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(C.) The One, which is engendered by Tao and which in turn engenders the Two (yin and yang). (Lao Tzu.) 'The Formless is the One. The One has no compare in the universe . . . It is the Great Infinite and forms the Unity. It is the life of myriad generations, everlasting without beginning, and most mysterious. It enfolds the universe and opens the.....
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Change (often spelled yi), a fundamental principle of the universe, arising out of the interaction of the two cosmic forces of yin and yang, or passive and active principles, and manifested in natural phenomena, human affairs, and ideas. According to Confucian and Nco-Confucian cosmology, 'In the system of Change, there is the Great Ultimate (T'ai....
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Righteousness, justice; one of the four Confucian Fundamentals of the Moral Life (ssu tuan) and the Five Constant Virtues (wu ch'ang). It is the virtue 'by which things are made proper,' 'by which the world is regulated.' It means the proper application of filial piety. It means, as in Han Yu (767-824), 'the proper application of the principle of ....
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The method of difference in Neo-Mohist logic, which includes duality, absence of generic relationship, separateness, and dissimilarity. 'Duality means that two things necessarily differ. Absence of generic relationship means to have no connection. Separateness means that things do not occupy the same space. Dissimilarity means having nothing in co....
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Transference, a method of appellation or designation. 'To name a puppy a dog is transference.' See Chu and Chia. (Neo-Mohism.) -- W.T.C.
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I is the ninth letter and the third vowel of the English alphabet, in which it represents not only several vowel sounds but also the consonantal sound of y.The two principal sounds represented by it in English are the short sound as in pit, pin, fin, and the long as in pine, fine, wine, the latter being really a diphthongal sound. It has also three...
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Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Symbol for iodine (a superscript number before the letter designates an isotope); luminous intensity or radiant intensity; ionic strength (in mol/L); isoleucine; inosine. 2. As a subscript, symbol for inspired gas. 3. Designation for I blood group.
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for intensity of electrical current, expressed in amperes.
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for iso-.
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I Love You
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Current
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[Who Have Nothing] `I (Who Have Nothing)` (sometimes billed as `I Who Have Nothing`) is a song originally released in English by Ben E. King in 1963. `I (Who Have Nothing)` is based on the Italian song `Uno Dei Tanti` (English: `One of Many`), with music by Carlo Donida and lyrics by Giulio `Mogol` Rapetti. `Uno Dei Tanti` was released by J...
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[pronoun] I aɪ is the first-person singular nominative case personal pronoun in Modern English. It is used to refer to one`s self and is capitalized, although other pronouns, such as he or she, are not capitalized. In Australian English, British English and Irish English, me can refer to someone`s possessions (see archaic and non-standard ...
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[disambiguation] I is the ninth letter of the Latin alphabet. I or i may also refer to: ==Language== ==Mathematics== ==Science== ===Biology=== ===Chemistry=== ===Physics and astronomy=== ==Computing== ==Music== ===Albums=== ===Songs=== ==Media== ==Characters== ==Vehicles== ==Other uses== ...
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[Cyrillic] It commonly represents the close front unrounded vowel /i/, like the pronunciation of {angle bracket|i} in `machine`, or the near-close near-front unrounded vowel /ɪ/, like the pronunciation of {angle bracket|i} in `bin`. ==History== The Cyrillic letter I was derived from the Greek letter Eta (Η η). This is why the earliest (u...
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.` Although her primary argument against the proposed word is her assertion that English `already [has] a perfectly good... word that refers to either sex,` namely `one,` she also raises the observations that `spoken fast, it comes uncomfortably close to the illiterate hisself... [Furthermore], ee sounds too much like he and would therefore b...
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I love you
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i love you
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