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1 Anarcho-communism is a theory of anarchism that advocates a communist society with common ownership of the means of production, direct democracy and a horizontal network of voluntary associations and workers' councils with production and consumption based on the guiding principle "From each according to his ability, to each according to his need".
2 It is revealed at the end of Curtain that he fakes his need for a wheelchair to fool people into believing that he is suffering from arthritis, to give the impression that he is more infirm than he is. His last recorded words are "Cher ami!"
3 In a 2015 interview, Charles spoke of his need to remain "vigilant" in abstaining from drugs.
4 Many years later, Monet confessed to his friend Georges Clemenceau that his need to analyse colours was both the joy and torment of his life.
5 By conceiving a timeless setting—"a vanished age"—and by carefully choosing names that resembled human history, Howard shrewdly avoided the problem of historical anachronisms and his need for lengthy exposition.
6 With tears in his eyes, he told them of his weakness, his need for rest, and his will to resign.
7 In his self-protective self-deprecation he often attributes this to his own laziness or his need for a catalyst, but it's also guitar hero's disease: like many other guys whose hand-ear coordination is off the curve, he's a casual tunesmith and a corny lyricist, and his band concepts are chronically hit-or-miss."
8 Gay people who set out to be parents can be just as good parents as anybody else, and they know that, and so do I. In 2008, Keillor created a controversy in St. Paul when he filed a lawsuit against his neighbor's plan to build an addition on her home, citing his need for "light and air" and a view of "open space and beyond".
9 Having been named a Protector of the Universe by Eon and further empowered with the Quantum Bands, the Keeper possesses sufficient power to constantly supply Galactus with energy, ending his need to consume worlds.
10 Arvin suggests that Melville's interest in Lizzie may have been stimulated by "his need of Judge Shaw's paternal presence".
11 His need for blood transfusions had increased, as he came to require them every two weeks, and then every week.
12 Marxism is a needs-based theory, expressed succinctly in Marx's slogan "from each according to his ability, to each according to his need".
13 This work is also notable for another famous Marx quote: "From each according to his ability, to each according to his need".
14 He psychologically blocks part of his own memory to convince himself Superman is at fault, renewing his need for vengeance.
15 For three days prior to launch, the astronaut went through a special diet to minimize his need for defecating during the flight.
16 In the biography, Hawthorne depicts Pierce as a statesman and soldier who had accomplished no great feats because of his need to make "little noise" and so "withdrew into the background".
17 While physicalism has generally been seen as hostile to notions of an afterlife, this need not be the case.
18 Having abused amphetamine for much of the past decade (stemming in part from his need to maintain a prolific writing regimen due to the financial exigencies of the science fiction field), he allowed other drug users to move into the house.
19 —Sellers on his need for women.
20 In Spring 1978, Glass received a commission from the Netherlands Opera (as well as a Rockefeller Foundation grant) which "marked the end of his need to earn money from non-musical employment".
21 It was his enthusiasm and interests in these people that sparked his need to create a new genre of film.
22 She stated that Mr. B.'s homosexual behaviour diminished after he overcame his need to adore the "good penis" of an idealized man.
23 For orthodox Marxists, socialism is the lower stage of communism based on the principle of "from each according to his ability, to each according to his contribution" while upper stage communism is based on the principle of "from each according to his ability, to each according to his need", the upper stage becoming possible only after the socialist stage further develops economic efficiency and the automation of production has led to a superabundance of goods and services.
24 but after his death (December 882) the archbishop's position became insecure, and his need of support induced Goetz to accept the statement of the Vita (xiii.) that he went to visit the Eastern emperor.
25 Bernstein's score, which was supposed to be light, was influenced by his need to make a musical statement.
26 The Overlook has difficulty possessing Danny, so it begins to possess Jack by frustrating his need and desire to work and by enticing him with the storied history of the hotel through a scrapbook and records in the basement.
27 Julia Stephen dealt with her husband's depressions and his need for attention, which created resentment in her children, boosted his self-confidence, nursed her parents in their final illness, and had many commitments outside the home that would eventually wear her down.
28 His reliance on rich donors and his need for approval from experts led him to hand over to psychiatrists the organization he helped found, the National Committee for Mental Hygiene which eventually became the National Mental Health Association.
29 also stating his need for books.
30 De Valera's preoccupation with his part in history, and his need to explain and justify it, are reflected in innumerable ways.