basic substance

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uk/news/science/732606/Stephen-Hawking-end-of-the-world) At the talk , Hawking gave a one-hour speech on man's understanding of the origin of the universe from primordial creation myths to the most cutting-edge predictions made by "M-theory," which presents an idea about the basic substance of the universe.
He held a strengthened and independent judicial system plays assertive and decisive role for the promotion of rule of law which is a basic substance of democracy and necessitates the supremacy of constitution, equality before law and equal protection of law.
The chief justice said a strengthened and independent judaical system plays assertive and decisive role for the promotion of rule of law which is a basic substance of democracy and necessitates the supremacy of the Constitution, equality before law and equal protection of law.
Approximately 30% of this basic substance consists of organic compounds, mostly in the form of collagen fibers, and the remaining 70% is inorganic.
The M-Theory is concerned with how matter is constructed and the basic substance of the universe.
These substances provide the basic substance and flexibility to bones, joints, and blood vessels.
Hoshino treats glaze in the same way as he treats clay, as a basic substance, a material that is allowed to go its own way, to reveal its inherent qualities.
The hormone itself is such a basic substance for animal life that even flies produce it.
The 'glass' in fiberglass is the same basic substance used in windows and glassware.
LEGAL COMMENTARY: The court concluded that although there was some minor conflict over some of the details regarding the allegations involved in the two separate incidents in question, the basic substance of the alleged misconduct of Nurse Brown had been established.
The basic substance of horns, a fibrous protein called keratin, turns green if not allowed to season.
Thus is envisaged an inclusivity which is driven by a Revelation-based theology, one that makes the basic substance of the Christian faith into the focus of the hermeneutical circle (p.