mode of living

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When we consider what, to use the words of the catechism, is the chief end of man, and what are the true necessaries and means of life, it appears as if men had deliberately chosen the common mode of living because they preferred it to any other.
We not only affirm that we have few great men, but, absolutely speaking, that we have none; that we have no history, no record of any character or mode of living that entirely contents us.
There is no doubt that this was a peak which affected his whole life, changed his mode of living, perhaps because he had lived it so intensely, he, the dreamer who had realised his dreams, particularly as he was never again in a position to achieve them on so grand a scale.
The countryside ranges from semi-arid to very arid and the traditional mode of living was pastoralism.
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Our mode of living, our economy and our ability to repay debt have depended on ongoing economic growth.
The Natufian phenomenon is a unique occurrence in human history--a Levantine hunter-gatherer society portraying changes in all aspects of its existence--considered by many to be the precursor of the subsequent 'Neolithic revolution', and the shift from an extractive to a productive mode of living.
Saleh Al-Amin, Administrator of Emberemi Area, explained that the ongoing community undertaking is closely related to the community s mode of living, thus giving rise to growing level of harvest.
With an ambition to create a better mode of living for the Chinese people, we are committed to investing in R&D and continue to offer our strong support in the development of IT infrastructure for governments, enterprises and the transportation sector.
Mentally, I would say that on an average they are superior to men of the same age, who enlisted around 1914, but this, of course, is due to the great changes that have taken place in the mode of living since the war.
Of particular interest is the concept of the U-turn, a move explained as a reversal of habitual directions in an automatic mode of living that can help the individual move towards a desired soul consciousness described as longing.