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Of course, she, a handsome young woman without any definite position, without relations or even a country, did not intend to devote her life to serving Prince Bolkonski, to reading aloud to him and being friends with Princess Mary.
Oh, how I longed at that time to be turned out--ME, eighteen years old, poor, half-clothed, turned out into the street, quite alone, without lodging, without work, without a crust of bread, without relations, without a single acquaintance, in some large town--hungry, beaten (if you like), but in good health--and THEN I would show them--
The standard of reliability has clearly defined and warned that the products' reliability is not only shown in the variation of conditions, but also in stress variation, strength variation, variation of components' parameters in the situation without relation with temperature and redundant design.
In fact, as Rusen suggests, collective identity cannot be treated without relation to historical change, modern forms of political identity are defined by capacity to transform and, as such, identity is to be regarded "not as a function of difference, but as a concrete cultural and ongoing practice of difference" (Rusen, 2006: xii).
Not that it remains foreign to the circle, but it must keep a relation of foreignness to the circle, a relation without relation of familiar foreignness.
Canada is a democracy and people are equal without relation to their ethnic background.
A rare venous variation was characterized, showing a venous communication between the left and the right kidneys, without relation to either inferior cava vein or common iliac veins.
The difficulty is, exactly, for Marion to establish a relation without relation, and his attempts may well resemble the thought of analogy--perhaps as an analogy of analogy, as it were.
The quest for it seems to be one for blind power, without measure, and incidentally a solitary quest without relation.
As atemporal or absolute, the instant, which would also be the condition of possibility of meaning, would be without relation to any other instant.
In this way, slaves could bring their singular experiences to a song without relation to anyone else.
As a result, the drama remains elliptical and obscure, at times lyrical, intermittently given and distorted by peculiar punctuation (periods and colons appear or disappear without relation to the syntax, and capitalization comes and goes).