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Gorman also offers a definition of essence where, as I understand him, an essential property is a necessary property that is not external.
But it is worth mentioning here that the modest and correct claims that law facilitates social planning and that social planning explains the development of law are different from Shapiro's stronger claims that law is social planning and that social planning is an essential property of legality.
Here, Shar gsum stong thun names a prasanga (with the logical reason) of non-perception of the pervading property (khyab byed mi dmigs pa'i thal ba) and, again, gives the implied svatantra with the logical reason of essential property (rang bzhin gyi rtags):
The notion that there could be a defective example of an old kind of thing that is defective because it lacks an essential property of instances of the kind at least verges on the incoherent.
IVF in which the sperm or ovum of a third person is used, is also condemned, because, in addition, it violates the reciprocal commitment of spouses and shows a grave lack of regard for that essential property of marriage which is unity.
And if you need money for essential property repairs or improvements you should check whether a local authority grant is available.
Allen Hunt, 58, of Brookvale Road, Erdington, told a Birmingham employment tribunal he lost his job with Essential Building Maintenance and Refurbishment Limited, trading as Essential Property Services of Leighswood Road, Aldridge, following disputes with the management.
The loans can be used to restore or replace essential property, cover production costs associated with the disaster year, pay the essential living expenses of a farm family, reorganize a farming operation and refinance certain debts.
Budgets and cash flow projections can be initialized with essential property, tenant, and financial information, eliminating data entry errors and costs.
The adjective usually expresses a stable characteristic--the essential property or a permanent state (22a), (23a), but it also allows to mark an unstable (temporary) state (24a).
For example, my perceptual state of now seeing my computer screen has as an essential property its being a state of mine.
This point is of extreme importance for Sadra's purposes here for he tries to establish motion as an essential property of corporeal bodies, and this is a major step towards substantial motion (al-harakat al-jawhariyyah) as opposed to positional or locomotive motion.

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