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Philosophy the methodical device, esp in the philosophy of Descartes, of identifying certain knowledge as the residue after rejecting any proposition which might, however improbably, be false
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If challenging, start now with little things, and know you have a long way to grow to become a responsible steward of Earth's finite, limited resources, especially if you wish to move beyond the necessity of profits to the nobility of purpose, and beyond success to significance.
We are now moving beyond our long-standing policy in research too.
The taxpayer was unsuccessful in convincing the IRS that the commissions would not give rise to an asset with a life extending beyond the close of any given tax year.
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