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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «ENDARCHY» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDARCHY»
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Education and World Citizenship
elements, belonging to different personal endarchies.but corresponding to the
same summum bonum, may also correspond to the same central essences in the
endarchy of science. A solution of this remaining problem is readily available in ...
Edgar Bradshaw Castle, 1947
Knowledge & Charater
its own endarchy while having outlying elements in common. This cannot happen
to the man all of whose interest-systems are integrated in a single endarchy; for
the components of an endarchy are linked together by their central, not their ...
In that way, Selluisé empathized with the Arctican endarchy. They both valued
the demise of treasoners. She mused this as the siphonophores pulled away
from the entrance, allowing her through. In the guise of Agent Nexius, she
The British Journal of Psychology
Such a system is called an ' endarchy ' as it is ruled from within outwards. An
endarchy which is so organised as to yield the minimum average path between
any one element in the neurography and any other, and therefore gives rise to
Annals of botany
A full account was also given of the structure of the leaf-trace, which passes from
mesarchy to endarchy in its outward course. A preliminary communication on this
point had been published in the previous year (G.-V. and K., 1908. 2).
Isaac Bayley Balfour, Roland Thaxter, Vernon Herbert Blackman, 1916
The Hibbert Journal
But the impersonal endarchy of science is, in the words of Professor Whitehead, "
the neat, trim, tidy, exact world which is the goal of scientific thought." Where, then
, does religion come in ? " The Christian account of the universe," says Mr ...
Lawrence Pearsall Jacks, George Dawes Hicks, George Stephens Spinks, 1921
A Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes
The first might have been the Forced Art Participation (FAP), which had a goal of
forcing people to take part in art. The proprietors of Xexoxial Endarchy, an
indefatigable multimedia art establishment, called for an Art ARTAIJD -—
Richard Kostelanetz, 2013
United States Geological Survey Professional Paper
It will be noticed that the xylem of the reparatory strands is quite eccentrically
mesarch, approaching endarchy. In the specimen shown in plate 32, figure 4, a
further division in the reparatory strand has taken place. The primary xylem of the
... diarchy 47. ecclesiarchy government by clerics or ecclesiastical authorities 48.
endarchy centralised government 49. ergatocracy government bytheworkers or
theworking class 50. ethnarchy government over an ethnic group 51. ethnocracy
Gaines Bradford Jackson, 2012
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ENDARCHY»
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County Highway A in the center of West Lima, Wis. The mailbox is for Xexoxial Endarchy, the nonprofit that runs Dreamtime Village. «New York Times, Jun 07»
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