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There's something intangibly appealing about a compact SUV since it combines the capability of an off-road machine with the manoeuvrability of a sedan.
Finally, and most intangibly, it may be that, especially in a
The definition of GERD is well established and simply understood, whereas the NERD has been intangibly defined with more conditions needed, largely because of the increased recognition of functional heartburn due to the evolution of the Rome criteria for functional gastrointestinal disorders.
"People have intangibly realized that, 'Oh my gosh, I didn't even need all that crap I was buying,' " she said.
"Intangibly, the psychological impact could be even greater and longer-lasting, as cyberterrorism strikes at the very heart of what makes us feel safe in a supposedly safe society."
The businessman then cited the biblical story of the "Parable of the Talents," which, he said, calls for people to help improve lives, whether tangibly or intangibly.
Having established the correlation between body and behavior, Valenzuela engages the reader through different narrators in an effort to show how "El Brujo" threatens the nation both tangibly as well as intangibly. The book is then divided into three parts: "El uno", "D*os" and " Tres?" The playful titles reflect the general premise of each.
There was passion in the stands and flashpoints on the field, yet there was something intangibly tepid about the Magpies' first trip to one of the latest additions to the footballing map.
Giulia Loli (DJ Mutamassik) wants to go beyond making people dance, to induce "that intangibly sublime quality of music that makes all feel connected to the greater pulse that runs the universe.
Throughout his philosophical activity, '[t]he philosopher strives to find the saving word, that is, the word that finally permits us to grasp what until now has intangibly weighed down our consciousness' (Philosophy 165).
(17) Prior to the development of sound reproduction technology, music was generally preserved tangibly in writing and intangibly in human memory.