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primordial

Biology of or relating to an early stage of development
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It is home to primordially large crabs and ironlike mist, and to survivalist ecotopias and motorcycle gangs.
Regarding this, Shabkar sings, "The mind's natural condition is primordially emptiness-clarity/ it is impartial and encompasses all" (Zhabs dkar, bya btang 4: 351).
A series of primordially disconnected chords, honking brasses, and groaning strings (Maestoso) surrounds the tenor's first word, an unaccompanied fortissimo F.
If during the Middle Ages the individual was building a self identity in relation to religious beliefs, vassals or the spoken tongue, his sense of belonging had to shift profoundly and be redesigned so that it focused primordially on a type of national identity.
However, one must retain the necessary primordially idea.
Merleau-Ponty (1945) stated that an anthropological place is at once the a priori condition of that living-in, along with the evenly essential being-there-with-others: the world is always and primordially one which everyone shares with others.
Instead of separating potentiality into a series of mutually exclusive possibilities (to be or not to be), potentiality holds possibilities together, returning them to a more primordially indeterminate state (to be and not to be simultaneously).
Given the special focus of SL on workers in order to promote their autonomy, to empower them with a standing back attitude (van Dierendonck, 2011), this kind of leadership may endorse better in clusters which leadership expectancies are primordially participative and non-self-protective ones.
The theory endorsed by Ludwig Wilser, among others, stating that the primordially Indo-Germanic Slavs lost their dolicocephaly with an influx of Asiatic blood, sounded positively benign when set against Kossinna's findings.
Through a retroactive construction, the subject misperceives the uncognizable Thing charged with jouissance as the enjoyment primordially ceded to the Other.
538/78, which inserts some postal activities within the scope of Post Office's exclusivity, the Supreme Court interpreted primordially the items X of the Article 21 and V of the Article 22, for which competes to the Union to maintain the postal service and legislate on it.
God, on this view, is the primordially real being humans can never attain fully; the full perfection of God implies the necessary imperfection of humans.