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Now the linguistic analysis of the texts of Eriugena has created a suggestion that the negativistic finesse, which he had presumably acquired, at least partly, through Pseudo-Dionysius, has still changed its character under Eriugenian deployment and is not exploited clearly for speaking about the God who remains unknowable to us, but also for accentuating the act of existential bestowment inscribed in the doctrine of creatio ex nihilo about which Pseudo-Dionysius had in fact remained silent (see Allard 1982).
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He should've been named 'Sexiest Man Alive,"' Olson said, referring to People magazine's recent bestowment of the title on actor Johnny Depp.
One would find it difficult to reconcile the purpose of God's creation of the earth with complete dominion of the earth (which often goes with sense of irresponsibility in handling the environment) in such state of disorderliness Furthermore, the word "dominion over nature" does not imply that man could use his God-given authority over nature to degrade and destroy it rather it presupposes that bestowment of responsibility towards maintenance of the environment.
Its most important achievement, perhaps, was the verdict it received following a Supreme Court petition concerning the criteria for bestowment of the status of "national priority area," which involves benefits in the area of education.
S5's innovative combination of price, size and power surpasses all capabilities in competing technologies, as evidenced by the recent bestowment of a grant from the Department of Homeland Security to track container and cargo shipments.