Potentialities sentence examples

  • Both, in their powers of organization and the mastery of the tactical potentialities of the weapons.

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  • The potentialities of the region are thus enormus.

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  • The first evidence of its potentialities was furnisho by the KOko .Shimbun (The Worki) under the editorship of Fukucli Genichiro and Sasano Dempei.

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  • (a) He made it clear that no explanation of the world could be satisfactory that was not based on the notion of continuity in the sense of an order of existence in which the reality of the lower was to be sought for in the extent to which it gave expression to the potentialities of its own nature - which were also the potentialities of the whole of which it was a part.

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  • Never since history first began to be recorded was there such a supreme example of the potentialities of sea-power.

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  • The wars of the 16th, 17th and i8th centuries, and the vast potentialities of fortune which drew men to the Spanish colonies in America, caused a further serious drain upon the population.

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  • Here, the causal efficacy of the paternal human form is transmitted through the generative potentialities of the semen of the father.

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  • potentialityng tells us of a virtually endless progressive unfoldment of the potentialities of spirit.

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  • potentialityn new management techniques tends to stress the potentialities of modern electronic technologies to enhance the work of teams and individuals.

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  • potentialityding of the potentialities of the inner life in everything proceeds continuously by ever-ascending cycles, in all the kingdoms of Nature.

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  • potentialityuman; both are endowed with potentialities of intelligence and embody the virtues of humanity.

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  • potentialityely they have many other potentialities which are not at all positive.

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  • potentialitynge for Europe consists of building up the best conditions to fully exploit the job potentialities of the Information Society.

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  • potentiality does not possess potentialities for change which would not be directly related to the tendencies emerging from its nature.

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  • potentialitydeconstruction of traditional hierarchies in architecture reveals the latent potentialities of consumer praxis into an event space.

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  • potentialityurpose of life for us is to unfold our proper human potentialities.

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  • The potentialities of aerial warfare and the extreme vulnerability of non-combatants to its attacks tend to emphasize the urgency of agreements of this nature.

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  • It Is Marked By The Wholesomeness Of Canadian Life And Canadian Ideals, And The Optimism Of A Land Of Limitless Potentialities.

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  • And those who view humans as holistic beings born with a full range of potentialities will most likely be drawn to personality theories.

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  • It brings out into clear consciousness certain potentialities in the realization of which man's true good must consist.

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  • In England, however, people cared for none of these things, and were blind to the commercial potentialities of scientific research.

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