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An unpleasant or disappointing surprise; SYN.
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Pathology Bodily engleski recnik or near collapse engleski recnik by inadequate oxygen delivery to the cells; caused by loss of circulating blood or cardiac arrest or obstruction or poor distribution of the blood flow. A bushy thick mass especially hair A pile of sheaves of grain set on end in a field to dry; stalks of Indian corn set up in a field.
An instance of agitation of the earth's crust; SYN. An open engleski recnik of land in a forest that is strewn with debris from logging or fire or wind.
Sudden violent winds; often accompanied by precipitation. A light touch with the hands; SYN. A single complete movement. Any one of the engleski recnik movements of the limbs and engleski recnik used for locomotion in swimming or rowing.
A mark made by a writing implement as in cursive writing. Sensation produced by specialized nerve endings in the skin. Some respond to light pressure, others to heavy pressure.
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Temperature detection may also contribute to the overall sensation of touch. Many animals, such as nocturnal engleski recnik, rely on touch more than humans do.
Some have specialized organs of touch that project from the body, such as whiskers or antennae. The faculty of touch; SYN. The event of something coming in contact with the body; SYN. The sensation produced by pressure receptors in the skin; SYN.
Engleski recnik act of engleski recnik two things together with no space between them; SYN. A small but appreciable amount; SYN.
A suggestion engleski recnik some quality; SYN. Within the social sciences, class has been used both as a descriptive category and as the basis of theories about industrial society.
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Theories of class may see such social divisions either as a source of social stability Emile Durkheim or social engleski recnik Karl Marx.
In the US, little acknowledgment is given to the notion of class. If asked, most Americans identify themselves as middle class, although social scientists use measurements of education engleski recnik, income, and occupation to ascribe social strata.
In Greek and medieval European philosophy, that which engleski recnik a engleski recnik what it is. For Plato, a Form was an immaterial, independent object, which could not be perceived by the senses and was known only by reason; thus, a horse was a thing participating in the Form of horseness.
For Aristotle, forms existed engleski recnik in combination with matter: However, Aristotle, like the medieval philosophers after him, does not make it clear whether there is a different form for each individual, or only for each type or species. In Platonic philosophy Form is generally capitalized and is synonymous with his use of idea.
Logical form engleski recnik contrasted with the content, or what the proposition individually is about. A perceptual structure or shape; SYN.