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[O.Fr., from Lat.,=time], in the grammar of many languages, a category of time distinctions expressed by any conjugated form of a verb. In Latin inflection the tense of a verb is indicated by a suffix that also indicates the verb's voice, mood, person, and number.
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perfect

1. Maths exactly divisible into equal integral or polynomial roots
2. Botany
a. (of flowers) having functional stamens and pistils
b. (of plants) having all parts present
3. Music
a. of or relating to the intervals of the unison, fourth, fifth, and octave
b. (of a cadence) ending on the tonic chord, giving a feeling of conclusion
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This particular act of naming opens a view into why, in part, a reader like don Quijote or Emma Bovary or Ana Ozores or Anna Karenina or Stephen Gilman or Gabrielle Hamilton experiences "[t]he perfectness of reading" in the moment "a book hits you and you hit it and during those hours you are completed in a way you have never been before." Rocinante has become "completed" as a perfect steed, now standing before his master in a newly created "afterlife."
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When you can feel this oneness, this wholeness, this perfectness of the Creator who has created Creation -- the sun, the moon, oceans, seas, animals, birds, plant life, wind, air, fire, Mother Earth -- it becomes much easier to carry gratitude and contentment in your life and accept both others and yourself, just as you are, regardless of all your perceived "flaws."
The perfectness of this message, the height and depth of this message inspired me the most.
Hence, our diversity and difference are our perfectness as imperfect Ubuntu.
fana and this is the stage where Sufi touches the peak of kamliyat (perfectness).
Recollect your womanhood my sister, and put on charity which is the bond of perfectness, "thinketh no evil" and "hopeth all things." (47) Angelina hardly let these reprimands go unchallenged.
In fact all my faculties are strongly excited, & in their full play--And shall I afterwards, when my imagination is idle, & the heat in which I wrote, has gone off, sit down coldly to criticize when in Poss[essio]n of only one faculty, what I have written, when almost inspired[?]"--This fact explains the reason of the Perfectness, fullness, richness & completion of most that comes from him.
Since Mohammad (PBUH) is the last prophet and the divine message has been revealed in all its entirety and perfectness, therefore all the former messages are to be regarded as null and void, after the revelation of the holy Quran.
So, many of its measurements are perceptive - such as accuracy, prevalence, timing of the output, reliability, perfectness, compression, format, connection, understandability; report's usefulness, etc.
(2), where [[eta].sub.ch] is the thermodynamic perfectness of the chiller.