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39) This argument creates a problem, however, because it seems to put the names "wisdom" and "power" in the same relational category as "son," which is problematic, because making "wisdom" relational suggests that the Father is wise only because he begets his wisdom, just as he is Father only because he begets the Son.
This begets a morally and politically unhealthy attitude.
OTCBB:CLTR), a company in the business of developing and marketing products in Mobile Commerce, Vehicle-locating and Management, Asset Tracking and Telemetry Solutions, announced today that its South African subsidiary, Orbtech Holdings Limited, has concluded a 21 million Rand (US$3 million) contract to supply 5000 POS devices over the next 10 months to Beget Holdings Limited, a primary reseller of these devices.
That could beget some inflation and more investment in stocks.
Religion, therefore, begets "hate crime"; hate crimes beget murder, and murder the corpses of Barnett Slepian of Buffalo and young Matthew Shepard of Wyoming.
Living systems expand exponentially: Two DNA strands beget four, which beget eight, then 16, then 32, and so on.
Sometimes, a short-term sacrifice - say, lower tax rates now - can beget a long-term gain, as in greater overall revenues later.
I have always said movies beget themselves,'' he said.
It would unleash the scorching realization that lies only beget further lies, and that this holds as true collectively as it does individually.
Beget and Juergen Kienle of the Alaska Volcano Observatory and the University of Alaska in Fairbanks report in the April 23 Nature that large landslides have shorn Mount St.
8 billion from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to $43 billion by Blue Cross Blue Shield, Fitch expects that standardized claims will beget operating offices that will ultimately exceed the cost of meeting compliance deadlines.