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PRINCE. In a general sense, a sovereign the ruler of a nation or state. The son of a king or emperor, or the issue of a royal family; as, princes of the blood. The chief of any body of men.
     2. By a clause inserted in policies of insurance, the insurer is liable for all losses occasioned by "arrest or detainment of all kings, princes, and people, of what nation, condition, or quality soever." 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 1218.

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In his book Gut Reactions (2004), Jesse Prinz has defended an original perceptual theory of emotion.
Caption: 2 Prinz offers an extensive collection of embossed woods with a variety of textural patterns.
En resumidas cuentas, porque a lo que fundamentalmente aspiro aqui es a demostrar en que sentido los argumentos de los que se vale Prinz para negar la primera conjetura--es decir, que la empatia sea necesaria para la formulacion del juicio moral--adolecen de defectos insuperables.
With such a tiny engine for the day you might think that the Prinz Sport would struggle to achieve over 65mph.
As a young rabbi in his late twenties, Prinz was already addressing congregations of thousands in Berlin's largest temple, the magnificent Neue Synagogue on Oranienburger Strasse, whose stunning facade has recently been restored.
Prinz says that, "normative ethics can be approached as a social science.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch (NYSE: BAC) has appointed Sascha Prinz as a managing director of US swaps and Treasuries outside the Americas, Dow Jones has reported, citing a spokeswoman for the bank.
In the opening article, Peter argues that KIeist's Prinz Friedrich von Homburg portrays two Prussias in opposition: one, a state "des starren Rechts" (6), the other a speculative ideal in which love, marriage, and family serve as paradigm for the state's relationship to its people.
According to managing director Andreas Prinz, the firm is presently considering various options, including local partners and the plant site.
For the Germans, prolific pair Inka Grings - who finished as the tournament's leading scorer with six - and Birgit Prinz both struck twice while Melanie Behringer and Kim Kulig were also on target.
Inka Grings, who finished as the tournament's top goalscorer with six, and veteran Birgit Prinz, to take her record international tally to 125, both struck twice for the holders.
The German women were outstanding and England were ripped apart by Birgit Prinz and Inka Grings, who both scored twice.