Specific characters--that is, the characters which have come to differ since the several species of the same genus branched off from a common
parent--are more variable than generic characters, or those which have long been inherited, and have not differed within this same period.
No fallacy is more common
with naturalists, than that the numbers of an individual species depend on its powers of propagation.
You agree then, I said, that men and women are to have a common way of life such as we have described--common education, common children; and they are to watch over the citizens in common whether abiding in the city or going out to war; they are to keep watch together, and to hunt together like dogs; and always and in all things, as far as they are able, women are to share with the men?
And will they not be lovers of Hellas, and think of Hellas as their own land, and share in the common temples?
No wonder, then, that the social consciousness of past ages, despite all the multiplicity and variety it displays, moves within certain common forms, or general ideas, which cannot completely vanish except with the total disappearance of class antagonisms.
Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the State; the bringing into cultivation of waste-lands, and the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a common plan.
Courts have generally found that the common
interest doctrine does not itself give rise to a separate privilege.
The gift of common
stock is valued at $100,000, instead of $35,000.
Since "it is questionable whether or not using IAS accounts as a starting point would be the most efficient way forward to establishing a common
tax base," (1) TEI recommends any initiatives, particularly those designed to simplify the existing systems of taxation in the EU, progress incrementally through well-defined proposals.
declared regular quarterly dividends on the Company's Class A Common
128, Earnings per Share, requires all entities with publicly held common
stock or potential common
stock to report EPS according to the statement.
Drawing on such sources, Cecil-Fronsman has devoted chapters to the common
whites' values, racial views, folk economy and folk culture, families and communities, religion, and experiences during the Civil War.