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agnostic

a person who holds that knowledge of a Supreme Being, ultimate cause, etc., is impossible
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Unfortunately, much of the narrow-mindedness, fanatical nationalism, and violence that has destroyed the New York punk scene seems to have revolved around AGNOSTIC FRONT.
First as a bassist, then as a singer, he played with a who's who of the post-punk hardcore bands, and his stories cover all the mix-and-match lineups of Agnostic Front and his various side projects.
SME is device agnostic, storage agnostic, App agnostic, and also infrastructure agnostic.
These IM services can be device agnostic, but limited to a platform, like BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), or, platform-agnostic and available for all major smartphone operating systems, like WhatsApp.
Among atheists/agnostics, 94 percent knew what an atheist was and 86 percent knew what it meant to be agnostic For those who identify as "nothing in particular," 82 percent correctly defined atheism, while only 60 percent knew what agnosticism meant.
To Be An Agnostic: An Agnostic Approach to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness" discusses agnosticism as a philosophy, extending it from religion to a pursuit of knowledge.
AN agnostic and a Muslim are among the composers chosen to write music for the Pope's new album, it was announced yesterday.
The three composers chosen to write eight new works are Briton Simon Boswell, an agnostic, Stefano Mainetti from Italy, who is Catholic, and Nour Eddine, from Morocco, who is Muslim.
The Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir may sound a little misleading.
Islamabad, May 12, 2009 (Frontier Star) -- Pakistan today stands at the cross roads with regards to the ICT industry and the situation demands that telecom operators adopt an access agnostic approach to devise business models that meets the data demands of the market These views were expressed by Rao Amir country manager, Motorola at conference in Karachi with the topic 'Future of ICT Industry in Pakistan' Rao Amir addressed the audiences and highlighted potential in the IT & Telecom sectors of Pakistan.
ISLAMABAD, 12 May, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Pakistan today stands at the cross roads with regards to the ICT industry and the situation demands that telecom operators adopt an access agnostic approach to devise business models that meets the data demands of the market These views were expressed by Rao Amir country manager, Motorola at conference in Karachi with the topic Future of ICT Industry in Pakistan Rao Amir addressed the audiences and highlighted potential in the IT & Telecom sectors of Pakistan.
In fact, it was about "The New Media Religion: 'Platform Agnostic.