conj.


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conj.

abbr.
1. conjunction
2. conjunctive
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This settles part of a conjecture [5, Conj. 6.6] of Klein and the present authors.
The user can click on Close under Conj.; for the normal subgroup the number of selected elements will not change but for the non-normal subgroup additional elements will be selected.
That doctrine underlies Young's theory of progress, one made possible by the "light" of Christian "revelation, with larger prospects extending our understanding, with brighter objects enriching our imagination, with an inestimable prize setting our passions on fire, thus strengthening every power that enables composition to shine" (Conj. 32).
Campus Universitario Darcy Ribeiro, Faculdade de Medicina conj. 16 sala 77, Asa Norte.
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(25) The main text of this paragraph paraphrases De bono conj. 1.1: "Since every man is a part of the human race, and human nature is something social and possesses the capacity for friendship as a great and natural good, for this reason God wished to create all men from one, so that they might be held together in their society, not only by the similarity of race, but also by the bond of blood relationship.