The pervasion of Spring in the air. From LearnThat.org.
Verb (used with object), : Spring pervaded the air. From Dictionary.com.
I will discuss mainly the definition of the ˜pervasion™ relation. From Wordnik.com. [Analytic Philosophy in Early Modern India] Reference
Now, by a subtle pervasion of the new spirit, he had somehow been pushed out. From Wordnik.com. [Lady Chatterley's Lover] Reference
What is the pervasion between the womb containing a Thusly Gone One and the naturally abiding family-traits?. From Wordnik.com. [Buddha-Nature, Day One of a Discourse on Uttaratantra ��� Part Two: The First Three Verses of Chapter One] Reference
In other words, there are four possibilities of their logical pervasion, as indicated in the following chart. From Wordnik.com. [The Twelve Links of Dependent Arising ��� Day One: Unawareness] Reference
However, although this condition is necessary for pervasion, it is not sufficient, for it is consistent with H. From Wordnik.com. [Analytic Philosophy in Early Modern India] Reference
Christmas Political correctness has taken all the fun out of it -- I'm so sad about the pervasion of "Happy Holidays". From Wordnik.com. [patapan!] Reference
Well then, what is the pervasion between the womb containing a Thusly Gone One and the naturally abiding family-traits?. From Wordnik.com. [Buddha-Nature, Day One of a Discourse on Uttaratantra ��� Part Two: The First Three Verses of Chapter One] Reference
First Khen Rinpoche, tell me, is there mention or not in your textbooks of which has greater and which has less pervasion?. From Wordnik.com. [Buddha-Nature, Day One of a Discourse on Uttaratantra ��� Part Two: The First Three Verses of Chapter One] Reference
One step would be to address the pervasion of overly restrictive eligibility requirements for receiving unemployment benefits. From Wordnik.com. [Wonk Room » Getting Unemployment Benefits To All Who Need Them] Reference
The term tsernifer, here translated as 'Force', refers to that pervasion of psychological power surrounding the person of a kaiark. From Wordnik.com. [Marune: Alastor 933]
There is no pervasion, however, that all masters at each of these monasteries share this interpretation and assert the corresponding view. From Wordnik.com. [Ridding Oneself of the Two Sets of Obscurations in Sutra and Highest Tantra According to Nyingma and Sakya] Reference
If we analyze this with logic, there is no logical pervasion that a sperm and egg with the potential to support life are necessarily supporting life. From Wordnik.com. [The Twelve Links of Dependent Arising ��� Day Two: The First Seven Links] Reference
Non-pervasion (ldog-khyab) -- the reason must not apply to the counter-set (mi-mthun phyogs, gzhan-phyogs) of all phenomena lacking the property to be proven. From Wordnik.com. [The Basic Differences between Non-Prasangika and Prasangika Logic] Reference
As for the extent of the pervasion between the womb containing a Thusly Gone One and the naturally abiding family-trait, this is something I do not know very clearly. From Wordnik.com. [Buddha-Nature, Day One of a Discourse on Uttaratantra ��� Part Two: The First Three Verses of Chapter One] Reference
For example, the pervasion that all nonstatic phenomena are the product of causes is established from the side of the phenomena themselves, like some findably existent fact. From Wordnik.com. [The Basic Differences between Non-Prasangika and Prasangika Logic] Reference
KENYON: Eskander says it's crucial to retrieve the spy files as soon as possible because it will take years for Iraq to recover from the effects of a spying operation of staggering pervasion and brutality. From Wordnik.com. [Saddam's Spy Files: Key To Healing Or More Hurting?] Reference
Such is the universal pervasion of the money power in British hands, that at present, as is well known, the Cunard line has extended a branch to Havre, to transport goods to England almost free of cost, with. From Wordnik.com. [Ocean Steam Navigation and the Ocean Post] Reference
˜pervasion™ or ˜vyÄpti™ relation (TS 50); the distinction between inference and demonstration. From Wordnik.com. [Analytic Philosophy in Early Modern India] Reference
(((Just integrating "ambiency, ubiquity and pervasion" in one conference is enough to make your head explode.))). From Wordnik.com. [Warren Ellis] Reference
Jeff, for I smell a pervasion of ham frying in the distance, and my legs are crying out to stampede in that direction. '. From Wordnik.com. [Heart of the West [Annotated]] Reference
As it turns out, though, not everyone shares the artists 'enthusiasm for the pervasion of mutated woodland creatures on city property. From Wordnik.com. [Boston Phoenix - thePhoenix.com] Reference
Not, we may be sure, because of exposure to the elements, or even the tragic loneliness that was theirs before the pervasion of the automobile. From Wordnik.com. [The Living Present] Reference
But despite the pervasion of smart phones in the workplace, e-mail niceties remain the same whether it's two hands or two thumbs doing the typing. From Wordnik.com. [post-gazette.com - News] Reference
In most and in all great instances there is apprehension, dim and faint, or more distinct, of pervasion of a spirit throughout that which we conceive Beautiful. From Wordnik.com. [Recreations of Christopher North, Volume 2] Reference
Through halting the pervasion of fleas and eliminating the ones that try to bite your pet, you will be able to work at ridding your pets and home of these troublesome pests. From Wordnik.com. Reference
And when they were alone together, all through the spell of his talk and the exquisite pervasion of his presence ran the embittering undercurrent, "Why wasn't he in the war?". From Wordnik.com. [The Lamp of Psyche] Reference
They correspond nicely with Google's positioning, and demonstrate its pervasion at every level of the tech world, just as Rome's roads pervaded every feature of its territory. From Wordnik.com. [Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets] Reference
Primarily breakdancing, the sensation of giving one's entire being to music that it provides made me love and respect music even more, and sparked the desire to take part in its pervasion. From Wordnik.com. [Chinalyst - China blogs in English] Reference
The non-released soul has its intellectual power contracted by the influence of Karman, and hence is incapable of that expansive pervasion without which it cannot identify itself with other bodies. From Wordnik.com. [The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja — Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48] Reference
For corporeal influence implies motion on the part of agent and patient, and the pervasion of the influence of the former through the parts of the latter; whereas a spiritual substance has no parts. From Wordnik.com. [A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy] Reference
Archer suddenly felt himself looking at her with the startled gaze of a stranger, and plunged into a reminiscence of the wedding-breakfast and of Granny Mingott's immense and triumphant pervasion of it. From Wordnik.com. [The Age of Innocence] Reference
I don’t see the system in London working here – Americans have nowhere near the appetite for nor the toleration of constant pervasion video surveillance that the Brits put up with. From Wordnik.com. [Matthew Yglesias » Congestion Tax for DC] Reference
There is no logical pervasion between the two. From Wordnik.com. [A Commentary on Attitude-Training Like the Rays of the Sun - His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama ��� Day Two: The Four Thoughts that Turn the Mind to the Dharma] Reference
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