Brian Payton, director of business development at Wyboston Lakes commented, “We are delighted with the success of Universally
When students arrived for the study, they were greeted by one of four student researchers who were not aware of whether the students were universally
rejecting or accepting of homosexuals (a mixture of students from both groups signed-up for each session).
Some very famous senior communities are not universally
The written symbols, however, are universally
SIR: I liked your notion of making a bit of a supplement about wood (AR November p87) but I am worried about your easy definition of wood as being a universally
a good thing.
Wade decision, abortion was not only illegal but was almost universally
recognized as a grave sin.
William Thornton devised a 30-letter alphabet that he believed could be used universally
to further the unity of mankind.
In his general theory of relativity, Albert Einstein postulated that light travels at one speed only, a concept that physicists almost universally
Even scientific and philosophical works written in the vernacular eventually had to be translated into Latin, not only to receive wider distribution, but to share in or add to the universally
accepted definitions of technical terms.
Completing the process, as described by Evans, was the move by a group of theologians and philosophers to create a suitable system of ethics "based on four universal, commensurable [measurable by a common standard] ends that could be universally
applied to any problem: beneficence, nonmaleficence, and justice" (37).
has introduced what it says are the first universally
retrofittable gearbox assemblies for 4.
According to Dewey, a major reason why Kant's explanations were so universally
welcomed and have dominated our culture for so long was that they provided a means of reconciling religion and science.