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In Chapter Four, he defends interpretivism, which holds roughly that an item has (non-experiential) intentionality if it can be fruitfully predicted and explained by being treated as having intentionality.
So in that respect it has been a long week since losing 3-1 at Barrow but we've used the time fruitfully with some excellent training sessions and the opportunity to go over some of the things that let us down at Holker Street.
We are confident our students will benefit immensely from the expanded facilities and use the library premises fruitfully for enhancing their academic performance as they prepare for their careers," he concluded.
While Christenson's brief discussions of thinkers such as Soren Kierkegaard, Friedrich Nietzsche, and William James could be fruitfully supplemented with readings from primary sources, Questioning Assumptions identifies some of the fundamental limitations in the traditional approach of philosophy of religion, and beginning students of philosophy would be well served by an awareness of these.
Today we are irrevocably committed to working together to find ways of ending those divisions, ways to overcome the barriers that prevent us from working and witnessing together more fruitfully.
The energies of Darley and his team might be better and more fruitfully expended on encouraging his members to embrace the little rest time they have and then to ride within the rules when doing their job.
Opening the program, Mansour Al-Nuzha, president of the university, emphasized the importance of summer programs to enable students make use of their spare time fruitfully.
Duaij Al-Sabah hoped that the visit's outcomes be fruitfully reflected on bilateral cooperation relations, and in realizing concrete achievements that meet the aspirations of the brotherly peoples in the two countries.
I hope that relations between our countries will continue to develop fruitfully in a spirit of friendship and mutual respect," Putin concluded.
In this lusciously-illustrated volume published in collaboration with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Stuppy (seed morphologist, Millennium Seed Bank Project, RBGK) and Kesseler (Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, UK) fruitfully combine full-page and other photographs of such exotic fruits as Buddha's hand, cashew apple, and Japanese wineberry with scientific names and explanations of the complexities of their classification, evolution, growth and reproductive habits.
While gays and labor have cooperated fruitfully since the 1970s Coors beer boycott (in which Milk was a key player), Jones says, the Prop.
Since the implementation of our programme will take place in the face of the economic downturn, we will have to act prudently - no wastage, no rollovers of funds - every cent must be spent wisely and fruitfully," he said.