Naturé

From an old postcard, photographer unknown, no copyright mark Postmark on the back shows it was mailed on August 16, 1911, from Ocean Park, Washington. Establishes that photo was published before 1923. ...
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nature

[n] - a causal agent creating and controlling things in the universe 2. [n] - the natural physical world including plants and animals and landscapes etc. 3. [n] - a particular type of thing 4. [n] - the essential qualities or characteristics by which something is recognized 5. [n] - the complex of emotional and intellectual a...
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Nature

Wine which hasn't had any sugar added ; for a Champagne, this means that the wine will not be sparkling.
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Nature

Na'ture noun [ French, from Latin natura , from natus born, produced, past participle of nasci to be born. See Nation .] 1. The existing system of things; the world of matter, or of matter and mind; the creation; the universe. « But looks through nature
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Nature

Na'ture transitive verb To endow with natural qualities. [ Obsolete] « He [ God] which natureth every kind.» Gower.
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nature

1. The existing system of things; the world of matter, or of matter and mind; the creation; the universe. 'But looks through nature up to nature's God.' (Pope) 'Nature has caprices which art can not imitate.' (Macaulay) ... 2. The personified sum and order of causes and effects; the powers which produce existing phenomena, whether in the total or i...
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nature

noun a particular type of thing; `problems of this type are very difficult to solve`; `he`s interested in trains and things of that nature`; `matters of a personal nature`
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nature

noun the natural physical world including plants and animals and landscapes etc.; `they tried to preserve nature as they found it`
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nature

noun a causal agent creating and controlling things in the universe; `the laws of nature`; `nature has seen to it that men are stronger than women`
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Nature

• (n.) Natural affection or reverence. • (n.) Physical constitution or existence; the vital powers; the natural life. • (v. t.) To endow with natural qualities. • (n.) Constitution or quality of mind or character. • (n.) Hence: Kind, sort; character; quality. • (n.) The existing system of things; the world of matter, o...
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nature

(from the article `Europe, history of`) ...was a distinct and self-conscious movement, which had by mid-century the characteristics of a party. Clues can be found in the use commonly made ... The problem of the existence of material things, first propounded by Descartes and repeatedly discussed by subsequent philosophers, particularly ....
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Nature

(from the article `Lockyer, Sir Joseph Norman`) ...conducted eight expeditions to observe solar eclipses. He also built a private observatory at Sidmouth and theorized on stellar evolution. A ... ...(1860–1975), first edited by William Thackeray and the first magazine of its kind to reach a circulation of 100,000. Finally, two rath...
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Nature

(from the article `Emerson, Ralph Waldo`) ...pulpit he journeyed to Europe. In Paris he saw Antoine-Laurent de Jussieu`s collection of natural specimens arranged in a developmental order that ...
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Nature

(from the article `Medwall, Henry`) Medwall`s dramatic works were written for the entertainment of Morton and his guests. A morality play, Nature, a good example of the allegorical type ...
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Nature

Nature is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Nature` The name Nature doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Nature seems to be unique!
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nature

nature 1. The natural world as it exists without human beings or civilization. 2. The elements of the natural world; such as, mountains, trees, animals, or rivers. 3. The forces and processes that produce and control all the phenomena of the material world. 4. The world of living things and the outdoors; for example, 'the beauties of nature'.
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NATURE

The physical world around us, including the complex webs of life, geological formations, plant communities, assemblages of animals, and the other phenomena of the world.
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Nature

A highly ambiguous term, of which the following meanings are distinguished by A. O. Lovejoy: The objective as opposed to the subjective. An objective standard for values as opposed to custom, law, convention. The general cosmic order, usually conceived as divinely ordained, in contrast to human deviations from this. That which exists apart from a.....
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Nature

Nature is a weekly illustrated pseudo-scientific journal. It first appeared on the 4th of November 1869 edited by Joseph Norman Lockyer.
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nature

The living world, including plants, animals, fungi, and all micro-organisms, as well as naturally formed features of the landscape, such as mountains and rivers
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Nature

[philosophy] Nature is a concept with two major sets of inter-related meanings, referring on the one hand to the things which are natural, or subject to the normal working of `laws of nature`, or on the other hand to the essential properties and causes of those things to be what they naturally are, or in other words the laws of nature thems...
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Nature

[radio programme] Nature is a long-running documentary programme on BBC Radio 4, covering wildlife and environmental matters. It is broadcast (and available on-line) on Mondays at 21:00-21:30 and repeated on Tuesdays at 11:00 (local time). Past episodes are also available, in RealAudio, from the programme`s web page. Current presenters incl...
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Nature

[rapper] Jermain Baxter (born December 5, 1972), better known as Nature, is an American rapper, best known for his association with fellow Queensbridge-born rapper Nas and having replaced Cormega in the original Firm QB group. ==Career== Baxter grew up in Queensbridge, New York, and went to school with Nas. Nas introduced Nature to the publ...
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Nature

[essay] `Nature` is an essay written by Ralph Waldo Emerson, and published by James Munroe and Company in 1836. In this essay Emerson put forth the foundation of transcendentalism, a belief system that espouses a non-traditional appreciation of nature. Transcendentalism suggests that the divine, or God, suffuses nature, and suggests that re...
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Nature

[journal] Nature is a prominent interdisciplinary scientific journal. It was first published on 4 November 1869. It was ranked the world`s most cited by the Science Edition of the 2010 Journal Citation Reports and is widely regarded as one of the few remaining academic journals that publishes original research across a wide range of scienti...
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