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The prevalence of severe vision loss in older adults, which is prototypically due to age-related macular degeneration, is about 25% among those aged 75 and older (Eye Diseases Prevalence Research Group, 2004).
Prototypically posen or nakaimas, as these terms are used interchangeably, refer to conscious acts of poisoning or casting of malevolent magic.
As one "consulting psychologist," Laurence Miller, wrote prototypically in "The Doe Report" published by Medical Legal Art, "This is hardly an epidemic.
22) Europeans in North America, Perkinson claims, then underwent a distinctive Calvinist-inspired appropriation of African blackness that, in the context of enslavement, prototypically cast blackness as unsaved.
See AMSTERDAM & BRUNER, supra note 69, at 50 (organizing "natural-kind" categories prototypically rather than definitionally).
The thesis I wish to put forward is that the ancient Stoics laid out an ethical system that, as something approaching an ethics of pure practical reason, is prototypically phenomenological.
The model embodies the clinician's knowledge base, which is prototypically organized and searched.
This "ideal worker," in our social and cultural setting, prototypically is a man with a "dependent" wife at home.
It is also an anthology that runs joyously through the emotional scales, striking every feeling and attitude from the first, "anonymous," selection in the book, the prototypically bluesy "What's You Lookin' At Me Fer?
The subject prototypically codes the initiator of the verbal process, and the object the affected entity.
By any objective measure, the FISA experiment, commenced in 1978, of injecting unelected federal judges into the prototypically political arena of foreign intelligence collection has had a very checkered history.
Craggy Job already embodies an imperfect approach to this faith dimension with his surrender to the rhythm of possession and dispossession; Abraham realizes it prototypically in his willing and outrageously trusting sacrifice of the most dear, believing in the promise, and becomes the father of faith.