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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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Depending on the patient's medical history, electrolyte imbalances can cause other systemic issues (Prinz et al., 2015).
Right after Chicago's final festivities, Prinz Wilhelm I, his entourage and a couple dozen Chicagoans head to is hometown of Gelsenkirchen, Germany to celebrate and then on to Mainz to participate in the Rosenmontag Parade with over 700,000 spectators on the parade route and millions watching the telecast on TV.
As once-in-a-century storms tend to come around almost every year nowadays, Prinz recommended being proactive moving forward with insurance and planning.
In what follows, I present some important definitions before discussing the model with which Prinz explains the psychological processes involved in the expression of a moral judgment.
Prinz had some problems in the free practice and podium finishes must have definitely delighted her.
SUMMARY: Jesse Prinz's recent perceptual theory of emotion honors the central Jamesian claim that the emotion follows, and is actually caused by, the syndrome of bodily changes which are typical of emotional reactions.
Prinz is unveiling a collection of raised typography frames that feature a clean, white-on-white palette with raised whimsical words and icons, in eight sentiments ranging from baby to family and pet.
Prinz se propone averiguar si la empatia es necesaria para la moralidad en al menos alguna de las tres siguientes formas: como condicion para que construyamos 'juicios morales'; como condicion de nuestro 'desarrollo moral'; o concebida en calidad de motor potenciado para motivar moralmente nuestra conducta.
Despite the subtitle of his book, Prinz's main concern is not with collective agency, but with the ways in which the development of our capacity for agency at the individual level depends on our awareness of the agency of others.
Discounting the rash of bubble cars and three-wheelers, a real leading light was German manufacturer NSU, later absorbed into Audi, which was employing some very forward thinking with the launch of the Prinz Sport in 1958.
The actress' husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, confirmed her condition to the website.
"I have great teammates, Anthony and Prinz, and we will have a good strategy for the race, " said Malki.