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1 Despite separation, the various anarchist schools of thought are not seen as distinct entities, but rather as tendencies that intermingle.
2 The term college also applies to distinct entities that formally act as an affiliated institution of the university, formally referred to as federated college, or affiliated colleges.
3 Realists tend to argue that universals must be posited as distinct entities in order to account for various phenomena.
4 The new policy, imposed from the outside, angered many inhabitants, who viewed their provinces as distinct entities.
5 This period had no homogeneity, and included orthodox Brahmanism in the form of remnants of older Vedic faith traditions, along with different sectarian religions, notably Shaivism, Vaishnavism, and Shaktism that were within the orthodox fold yet still formed distinct entities.
6 This was the first release on Apple Records and ultimately the band's most successful single in the US. The convention in the British music industry at the time was that singles and albums were distinct entities and should not duplicate songs.
7 The city always has the same name as the municipality, as they are not treated as distinct entities.
8 The weekday broadcast expanded to three hours in 2000, and to four hours in 2007 (though over time, the third and fourth hours became distinct entities).
9 The first authority to rule on this question was the California State Bar Ethics Committee, which issued a formal opinion ruling that parent corporations and their subsidiaries are to be considered distinct entities for conflicts purposes.
10 The law in most jurisdictions is that parent corporations and their subsidiaries are treated as distinct entities, except in limited circumstances noted by the California ethics committee where they have a unity of interests.
11 Areas where DAI have been applied are: Notion of Agents: Agents can be described as distinct entities with standard boundaries and interfaces designed for problem solving.
12 As it is a standard for resonance diagrams, the use of a double-headed arrow indicates that two structures are not distinct entities but merely hypothetical possibilities.
13 Crookham (formerly Crokeham) dates back at least as far as the Domesday Book, though Church Crookham and Crookham Village did not become distinct entities until the founding of the Christ Church in 1840.
14 COUM and TG were largely treated as distinct entities;
15 Such individuals suggest that mental states are epiphenomenal, in that they have no impact on physical states, but are nonetheless distinct entities (see epiphenomenalism).
16 As a result, the villages of Cliddesden, Dummer, Sherborne St John and Oakley, although being very close to the town limits, are considered distinct entities.
17 Dispensational premillennialism generally holds that Israel and the Church are distinct entities.
18 Where distinct entities transact it is seen as helpful to establish a common transaction language.
19 The new policy, imposed from the outside, angered many inhabitants, who viewed their provinces as distinct entities.
20 In this awakening it is realized that observer and observed are not distinct entities, but mutually co-dependent.
21 The book highlights findings that support the capacity of great apes to possess rationality and self-consciousness, and the ability to be aware of themselves as distinct entities with a past and future.