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denoting a surface on which any two points can be joined without crossing an edge
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They also one-sidedly apprehend the state-capital relation simply from the perspective of capital.
But these compounded realities of world and self, body and mind, are ultimately, ontologically, neither one-sidedly material nor one-sidedly conceptual.
We are now in a position to understand why the so-called "National Pact," with its institutions so one-sidedly biased toward "Christian" interests and against Muslim interests, was not a significant problem for Muslim acceptance and participation.
Instead of mediating between the government and the Houthis during their recent insurrection, they one-sidedly chose to support Saleh's ill-advised strategy and hence helped entice sectarian tensions and the potential for instability.
It did not one-sidedly oppose individual mass motorization, but rather stressed the invaluable contribution of the car to a higher quality of life by creating more possibilities for experience and social contact.
First of all, the traditional conception of disability is one-sidedly based on individualistic and naturalistic assumptions about the nature of the phenomenon that, ultimately, result in labelling and stigmatization.
Somewhat ironically, the Protestant ordo salutis, while usually under pneumatology, has tended to be one-sidedly built on christological categories in the sense that the Holy Spirit has to do only with the "subjective" reception of the "objective" work wrought about by Christ.
Our aim was to find solutions that would allocate the financial burden for the fund's viability fairly, so that the workers didn't have to pay the price one-sidedly.
However, spatial case is not only interesting for just being the intersection of space and case, its study may also shed new light on both domains of linguistic theorizing as we feel that they have been studied rather one-sidedly.
Registering the party under the unjust and one-sidedly drawn-up laws cannot be accepted," she was quoted as saying.
The meaning of the chorus will become more multiform in neorealist films, not so much one-sidedly favoring one or the other pole of experience (collectivism or individualism) as appreciating and mediating the respective demands of community and individuality in ways that were more responsive to the sorts of challenges raised by democratization and more analogous to the functions of tragic chorus in ancient Athens' democracy.