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EXIST.

On drawings, abbr. for “existing.”
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Now if that which is perceptible is annihilated, it follows that the body is annihilated, for the body is a perceptible thing; and if the body does not exist, it follows that perception also ceases to exist.
But the perceptible surely exists before perception; for fire and water and such elements, out of which the animal is itself composed, exist before the animal is an animal at all, and before perception.
Occasionally, perhaps, it is necessary to coin words, if no word exists by which a correlation can adequately be explained.
On the Seventh Question: Regarding your objection about the right side of the heavens: know that the wise one did not favor this issue because he considered the heavens without a specific direction--but in case this direction does exist, the priority to him is for the east to be in front, the west behind and the north to the right, and the south to the left, and its highest surface to be above and the side which touches ether as the bottom-most.
The main result of this paper is that through-vertex Hamiltonian cycles exist for triangular and tetrahedral grids under conditions similar to those for the existence of an unconstrained Hamiltonian cycle.
Exceptions and exemptions do exist, but if a facility is found guilty of discrimination under this Act, severe financial penalties are levied.
He exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist, and you know that the, abound and give to your life its highest beauty and joy.
If the company elects out of the installment method and reports the entire gain in the current year, no deferred tax assets or liabilities exist and a current federal income tax provision of $153,000 is recorded in connection with the net gain.
If the future benefit of these start-up costs is too uncertain to require that they be capitalized for financial reporting purposes, arguably no significant future benefit should exist for tax return purposes.
Section 355(e)(2)(B) states that a plan is presumed to exist where one or more persons acquire a 50-percent or greater interest in the distributing corporation or any controlled corporations within the four-year period beginning two years before the date of the spin-off.
Throughout this paper, the term dialectical is employed to describe the interactive relations that exist between elements of the taxonomy.
Creation is the act of producing something which previously did not exist but now is activated by an act of existing.