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one

1. the smallest whole number and the first cardinal number; unity
2. a numeral (1, I, i, etc.) representing this number
3. Music the numeral 1 used as the lower figure in a time signature to indicate that the beat is measured in semibreves
4. the one (in Neo-Platonic philosophy) the ultimate being
5. the Holy One or the One above God
6. the Evil One Satan; the devil
References in classic literature ?
And they and their children will feast, drinking of the wine which they have made, wearing garlands on their heads, and hymning the praises of the gods, in happy converse with one another. And they will take care that their families do not exceed their means; having an eye to poverty or war.
Two people who intend to marry intend to give themselves to one another not partially, but entirely.
Those elements of control and hands-on experiences complement one another. In terms of Dunn and Dunn's information processing method, the global learner who enjoys the "big picture" and interaction with others seems to connect with the intuitive feeler's characteristic of authentic communication.
How do these two great periods connect with one another? The period that opens in 1848 appears as a refutation of Tocqueville's perspective.
From the senate surveys, the majority of students felt that the split-level course was well planned and that they were treated fairly, by the instructor and by one another. The majority also felt that the instructor encouraged all class members to participate in the discussions and activities equally.