|SYNO ||extreme | farthermost | farthest | ...|
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- His actions and name indicate he is the Satan, the Adversary, but in Jubilees he is more like the character who appears in the Book of Job with a function to fulfill under God rather than the Satan of later tradition who is the uttermost enemy of God.
- From this conflict between freedom and necessity emerges a permanent process of both scientific and technical development that seeks obtaining power over the objective world and ethical self-domain of the subjective world that seeks subjugating necessity to freedom, thus reaching freedom itself in its uttermost development, dynamically linking power and will (desire).
- In 1984, Bruni played the uttermost difficult piece for Guitar, the Concierto de Aranjuez for Guitar and Orchestra by Joaquín Rodrigo conducted by José Antonio Abreu.
- His is the story of a farm boy who responded to the call of the far horizon to become a world citizen and a Christian witness to the uttermost part of the earth.
- The White tern (Gygis alba) locally known as Dhondheeni(ދޮންދީނި), sometimes called as Kandhuvalu dhooni is a small seabird traditionally only confined to the Addu Atoll, the southern uttermost atoll in the Maldives.
- is the uttermost tip of Reykjanes Peninsula ("Reykjanesskagi") in Iceland.
- Although on numerous occasions Natalukha identified himself as a developmentalist and insisted that "state economic policies shall be to the uttermost pragmatic and not ideology-driven"", he called for a return "to a normal, healthy Keynesianism"" amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Among his students, Collin was viewed as remarkable for his ability to recount the uttermost details of lengthy mathematical proofs from memory.
- The 1800 capacity of the Napier Municipal Theatre was noted to have been "frequently taxed to the uttermost", especially by people who drive in from the country areas.
- On 29 June, the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies spoke on al-Qahtani's behalf at the 20th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, stating its "uttermost concern over the targeting of activists for their cooperation with international human rights protection mechanisms" and referring specifically to the charges against al-Qahtani.
- The farm was of uttermost importance during the catastrophic year of hunger on the Swedish side of the border in 1867.
- He lingered in "uttermost weakness" for a year, and died 19 November 1790, in his twenty-second year.
- Porphyry's edition does not follow the chronological order in which "Enneads" were written (see "Chronological Listing" below), but responds to a plan of study which leads the learner from subjects related to his own affairs to subjects concerning the uttermost principles of the universe.
- Verses 9-10 feature in the short story "Ved det yderste Hav" ("The uttermost parts of the sea") by Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen.
- , who "came from the uttermost parts of the earth", i.e.
- At its uttermost east end is also the place of an intermediate stop ("Trübsee", Germanized without 'e') on the cable car system that links Engelberg and the summit of Klein Titlis.
- The Costa da Morte includes Cape Finisterre (Spanish: Cabo Finisterre; Galician: Cabo Fisterra), a rock-bound peninsula in the uttermost west of Galicia, Spain.
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