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1 comment relates to another point I would make about general equilibrium; not only has it never existed, and is not an operational concept, but also it could not conceivably exist.
2 Maybe you're dreaming me; maybe we only exist in each other's dreams and every morning when we wake up we forget all about each other.
3 exist by what I think.
4 The study also examines the contexts in which they exist and highlights the factors that have contributed to the formation of the strategic relationships.
5 Because you want to use the fuzzing feature to test for vulnerabilities, first look at where the different vulnerabilities can exist.
6 Why do these limitations exist?
7 are told that invisible unicorns inhabit the forest, and offered a prize if they can prove that the unicorns do not exist.
8 When, and only when, these behaviors occur does an authority relationship exist between the superior and subordinate.
9 If the task does not exist in the new version, you cannot migrate to that process version.
10 Gossip -or the fear of gossip -may in this way serve to enforce the social norms that are necessary for any group to exist.
11 Liberty can no more exist without virtue... Than the body can live and move without a soul.
12 That, in turn, raises questions about what the void might be. Stripped of all matter, forces and fields, would space and time exist?
13 Problems also exist in agriculture.
14 Of past flourish partners ops did not exist, leaving only those eyeful bare stumps, as well as the unscrupulous north wind... here is no longer my home, I can only find new homes.
15 Nature can only let us exist while arts create our mankind.
16 Reliable graduation rates and earnings data do not exist.
17 Spontaneous creation is the reason there is something rather than nothing, why the universe exists, why we exist.
18 Both exist with absolute certainty, though of course each exists and operates according to its own set of laws and principles.
19 will insist on the fact that agriculture will not be confronted with unknown situations and that solutions do exist; that we must work with climate change, not against it.
20 He admits there is a slim chance these prospective generations will not in fact exist: the earth might be wiped out by a meteorite, for example.
21 We cannot exist without air, food and water.
22 Since the item was created and destroyed in the same Workspace it has no reason to exist at all.
23 Because we spend so much time online, we began seriously thinking about what kind of browser could exist if we started from scratch and built on the best elements out there.
24 The rivers and the forests have a moral right to continue to exist as they have for thousands of years," he said.
25 For Myanmar's press, as stifled as any in the world, the opposition and its point of view might as well not exist.
26 Note that this is an LCS, rather than the LCS, because other common subsequences of the same length might exist.
27 death will be the destruction of my body, but my soul is immaterial and so my soul can continue to exist after my death.
28 The word has Greek roots but didn't exist in classical Greek.
29 While deep space is littered with black holes formed by the collapse of giant stars, a miniature form could also exist.
30 Lies only exist if we believe in them.