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  1. Name "/IN"> confederacy"/> Some scholars, such as those of the Lost Cause tradition, argue ,that the Union held an insurmountable long-term advantage over the Confederacy
  2. Fragile X. Some data suggest an increase in several growth hormones; other data, argue ,for diminished growth factors. Also, some inborn errors of metabolism are
  3. Optical illusions. In the Book of Optics, Alhazen was the first scientist to, argue ,that vision occurs in the brain, rather than the eyes. He pointed out that
  4. Anarcho-capitalists (as well as classical liberal monarchists and others), argue , that the application of so-called" leftist" anarchist ideals (e.g. the
  5. Way, and rarely used the language or imagery of the evangelicals; instead, they, argue , he regarded the republicanism of the Founding Fathers with an almost religious
  6. The Confederacy could have won the war. Most scholars, such as James McPherson, argue ,that Confederate victory was at least possible. Name "/NP"> mcpherson75"/>
  7. Proponents (especially of majoritarianism) deny these accusations, and, argue , that any faults in Athenian democracy were because the franchise was quite
  8. The wrong legal standard. In some rare cases, an appellant may successfully, argue ,that the law under which the lower decision was rendered was unconstitutional
  9. Net investment should be below zero during recessions. Mainstream economists, argue ,that the Austrians' theory of the business cycle requires bankers and
  10. Picture implied an infinite negative charge for the universe. Dirac tried to, argue ,that we would perceive this as the normal state of zero charge. Another
  11. Of actions at a future date according to one's merit. Furthermore, one cannot, argue ,that karma generates aura or puny, which gives fruit. Since aura is
  12. Marks. Although short a way not written, as in the India Aquinas, one could, argue ,that the linear arrangement made this a true alphabet. Conversely, the vowel
  13. Irony. Furthermore, the separation of cultures is increasingly blurred and some, argue ,it is now more appropriate to think in terms of a global culture, rather than
  14. The Plague. Despite his split from his" study partner ", Sartre,some still, argue ,that Camus falls into the existentialist camp. He specifically rejected that
  15. Understanding of capitalism as inherently authoritarian. In particular, they, argue ,that certain capitalist transactions are not voluntary, and that maintaining
  16. Automation, Accelerating Technology and the Economy of the Future, and others, argue ,that specialized artificial intelligence applications, robotics and other forms
  17. The US military in Iraq. Major discussions Focus on other cultures Some authors, argue ,that anthropology originated and developed as the study of" other cultures "
  18. The plot to bring up the question of innocent suffering. Panel may, argue ,that the plague is a punishment for sin, but how does he reconcile that
  19. Or reason and thought. Religious scholars, such as Brown, Tacelli, and Reef, argue ,that agnosticism does not take into account the numerous evidence of his
  20. Up vast organized bureaucracies to manage these armies, which some historians, argue ,are the basis of the modern bureaucratic state. The combination of increased
  21. Of millions of people. Even the makers of AT technologies will often still, argue ,that universal design is preferable to the need for AT and that universal
  22. Investment if the money supply remained stable. Austrian School economists, argue ,that a correction or" credit crunch" – commonly called a" recession" or "
  23. As the mid-20th century's" archetypal 'unscientific' economist. " Austrians, argue ,that empirical data in and of itself cannot explain anything, which in turn
  24. Three flaws that undercut it as a method of voting and political vehicle. They, argue ,that it can result in the defeat of a candidate who would win an absolute
  25. Mitigating circumstances, or failures of proof are: * A defendant could, argue ,that since he was drunk, he could not form the specific intent to commit
  26. On opposition to the creation of a Jewish homeland in the State of Israel, and, argue , that the language of anti-Zionism and criticism of Israel are used to attack
  27. In the social wing emphasize positive liberty to achieve one's potential and, argue ,that humans have needs that society ought to fulfill," recognizing equality of
  28. And the Foundation for Economic Education. Criticisms Methodology Critics, argue ,that Austrian economics generally lacks scientific rigor, rejects the
  29. May be much higher than allowed in conventional drugs. For this reason, critics, argue , that therapies that rely on the placebo effect to define success are very
  30. A minimal state as unfortunate, and usually temporary," necessary evil" but, argue ,that citizens do not have a moral obligation to obey the state when its laws
  31. Crimes and crimes against the state would not exist. Anarcho-capitalists, argue ,for a society based on the voluntary trade of private property and services (
  32. Ways that did not stir senatorial fears of monarchy. Some Augustan historians, argue ,that indications pointed toward his sister's son Marcellus, who had been
  33. In Book 3 of the Odyssey, she takes the form of a sea-eagle. These authors, argue ,that she dropped her prophylactic owl-mask before she lost her wings. " Athena
  34. Objectivity and neutrality using cross-cultural comparisons. However, others, argue , that he can hardly be considered an anthropologist in the conventional sense.
  35. Of course, is completely compatible with anarcho-capitalism. ) Some also, argue ,that human beings are motivated primarily by the fulfillment of their own needs
  36. Accepted as a defense in most American jurisdictions. * A defendant could also, argue ,that he was engaged in mutually consensual behavior. Ancient Greece Assault in
  37. Taxation and low social outlays. He concludes that Friedrich Hayek was wrong to, argue ,that high levels of government spending harms an economy, and " a generous
  38. Erin yes (Furies, female personifications of vengeance). Apollo and the Furies, argue ,about whether the matricide was justified; Apollo holds that the bond of
  39. Alternative medicine providers recognize that health fraud occurs, and, argue , that it should be dealt with appropriately when it does, but that these
  40. To be a form of anarchism, while others do. Some communist anarchists, argue ,that anarcho-capitalism is not a form of anarchism due to their understanding
  41. The spontaneous order guided by the price mechanism. Austrian economists, argue ,that mathematical models and statistics are an unreliable means of analyzing
  42. Is in effect asking God, the supreme being, to become man’s servant. They, argue ,that the question of God should be treated differently from other knowable
  43. After he had returned to France. Folk etymologies Some folk etymologies, argue ,that the original forms of these symbols indicated their value through the
  44. In terms of industrial strength and population. Confederate actions, they, argue , only delayed defeat. Civil War historian Shelby Foot expressed this view
  45. Website: 'Growing more per acre leaves more land for nature '. However, critics, argue , that a trade-off between the environment and a need for food is not inevitable
  46. Confined area of public and common goods). Those who agree with this criticism, argue ,it is a refutation of socialism and that it shows that a socialist planned
  47. Was the difference in masses of the electron and the proton. Dirac tried to, argue ,that this was due to the electromagnetic interactions with the sea, until
  48. In the money supply (or the debasement of the means of exchange). They, argue ,that this semantic difference is important in defining inflation and finding a
  49. Territories. " Name "/JJ"> Eldridge"/> Other historians, such as Eric Finer, argue ,that no two people held the same motivations. He argue s that while some were
  50. Of physiology and disease and have shown little or no effect. Further, they, argue , that the field's more-plausible interventions such as diet, relaxation,yoga

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