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exist

verb be, be alive, be in effect, be in present force, breathe, come into existence, continue, continue tobe, continue to live, endure, esse, exsistere, go on, have being, have existence, have life, inhere, last, live, live on, persist, remain, remain alive, stay, stay alive, subsist, survive
Associated concepts: corporate existence, existing creditors, existing debt, existing estate, existing law, existing liability, existing lien, existing rights, existing use
See also: continue, endure, last, lie, persevere, remain, subsist
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On the Seventh Question: Regarding your objection about the right side of the heavens: know that the wise one did not favor this issue because he considered the heavens without a specific direction--but in case this direction does exist, the priority to him is for the east to be in front, the west behind and the north to the right, and the south to the left, and its highest surface to be above and the side which touches ether as the bottom-most.
This is similar to [the case when] air is not transparent in actuality, and light does not exist in it; then it is [transparent] by force, as light is its perfection: he brought it from force to actuality that it be transparent.
The main result of this paper is that through-vertex Hamiltonian cycles exist for triangular and tetrahedral grids under conditions similar to those for the existence of an unconstrained Hamiltonian cycle.
It is not known under what conditions any kind of Hamiltonian path or cycle is guaranteed to exist for quadrilateral and hexahedral grids, or even if there is any characterization.
If this were true, then it would have been impossible for anything to have begun to exist so that even now nothing would exist.
For a millennia the brightest intellects of the age turned their efforts toward proving that God exists and that, consequently, faith in Him is reasonable and logical.
So during the two-year period preceding or following any spin-off transaction, factual evidence will likely exist that most companies contemplated or were presented other possible transactions or combinations.
To provide a measure of certainty to the tax treatment of spin-off transactions, the IRS should establish a procedure whereby taxpayers may secure a post-distribution advance ruling that a prohibited plan did not exist.
Thus, Church attempts to use the argument that just because we can't see something doesn't mean that it doesn't exist (which is true) as, somehow, an argument for the existence of Santa (which doesn't follow).
The following guidance was developed assuming negative evidence exists, although in many situations this is not the case.
Centralized management does not exist unless the managers have sole authority to make decisions.
Mechanical/Electrical Systems: The capacity and condition (including age and operating costs) of the M/E systems will be examined, including risers, the electrical distribution system, plumbing and mechanical equipment, to determine if adequate service exists, if an upgrade can be done or if new systems are needed for the occupancy requirements of the renovated space.