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Humus is sweet-smelling and fluffy, dark brown in color, appearing to be the richest earth imaginable, even though, strictly speaking, it is nothing but the remnants of living organisms.
Cate doesn't do justice to Nietzsche's epochal notion of the potentially infinite perspectives for viewing everything; and he abruptly dismisses as "untenable" Nietzsche's claim that humans can't be held morally responsible for their actions, because they aren't free to begin with, and in the seamless continuum of existence there are, strictly speaking, no atomistic acts at all, just as there are no separate "things" in the naively realistic sense.
And while it may not, strictly speaking, construct an "invented world," it at least employs "spiral composition.
Strictly speaking a gridswarm is 'a large group of small unmanned autonomous aerial vehicles .
Strictly speaking, therefore, it is not "meditation" at all, but a direct, dynamic method of helping us to 'empty our cup' moment by moment.
Hedge funds "are not directly involved in the underwriting, strictly speaking," she said.
The NRSV translates Jesus' response as "I am he," but strictly speaking, the Greek is "I am.
Therefore, given my definitions at the beginning of this chapter, we do not, strictly speaking, have 'governments' and 'political societies' here.
A lot of the songs sound familiar, but strictly speaking, they're not covers.
strictly speaking Jewish, still he loved challah and leaped
They are neither, strictly speaking, out of work nor looking for work.