appetency


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Quantitative analysis of the current market and estimations through 2014-2020 are provided to showcase the financial appetency of the market
Abstention from movement; while the world moves in appetency, on its metalled ways, 2011, shown in the gallery's largest space, consisted of sculptural fragments spread out across the floor and in--as well as on top of--the fireplace.
And sooner than forgo the gratification of this moral appetency, it starts with whatever knowledge or science it hap pens to have, and makes that knowledge serve as a rule or measure of the universe, for want of a better, preferring the completeness and precision of bigotry to a fluctuating and homeless scepticism (italics added).