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GMAT Idiom List GMAT Idiom List a debate over a lot a responsibility to a result of a sequence of agree with as an instance of as good as/or better than as great as as good as...or better than as much as attend to (someone) attribute X to Y/X is attributed to Y based on believe X to be Y both X and Y centers on concerned with conform to created with defined as depends on whether depicted as different from/differ from distinguishes between X and Y distinguish from doubt that either...or enable to GMAT Idiom List fascinated by forbid X to do Y identical with in contrast to independent from indifferent towards modeled after (no) more...than/(no) less...than more than ever neither...nor not only...but also not so much...as prohibits X from doing Y potential to range from X to Y regard as regardless responsible for resulting in retroactive to so X as to be Y so (adjective) that subscribe to such...as the same to X as to Y to contrast X with Y to mistake X for Y to result in to sacrifice X for Y GMAT Idiom List A able + infinitive access to as agree on + noun agree on + gerund agree to aid + person/thing allows for appeal to *as....as ask + infinitive ask + person + infinitive *associate with *attribute to B *base on begin + infinitive Tom is able to play the guitar with his toes.
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With the universe representing a system of cause and effect, the ability to individuate is necessarily the ability to distinguish some part of the universe from this system.
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Fechner Leipzig in the Baumgärtner bookstore 1823 content introduction First Chapter Of the division of logic Pure logical elementary theory Chapter Two About Logical Things and Features Chapter Three Of the supreme thought laws Chapter Four Of the concepts in general Fifth Chapter On the Quantity of Terms Sixth Chapter On the Quality of Terms Seventh Chapter On the Relation and Modality of Terms Chapter Eight Of the judgments in general Chapter Nine Categorical Judgments TEN CHAPTER ON THE UNIQUE LIABILITY, subordination, opposition, and reversal of categorical judgments Chapter Eleventh Of the hypothetical and disjunctive judgments CHAPTER TWO The difference of judgments and sentences in content Chapter Thirteen Of the conclusions in general, and in particular the categorical ones Fourteenth Chapter Of The Hypothetical And Disjunctive Inferences Fifteenth Chapter Of the abbreviated conclusions CHAPTER XVI OF THE figured conclusions Seventeenth Chapter Of the composite conclusions Eighteenth Chapter Mistakes and Fallacies Pure logical methodology Nineteenth Chapter Of Science, System And Method CHAPTER XX Of the explanations CHAPTER XXI Of the divisions Twenty-second Chapter Of The Proofs Applied Elementary Theory Chapter Twenty-third Of the Logical Diseases (Logical Pathology) Twenty-fourth Chapter Of The Logical Remedies (Logical Therapeutics) Twenty-fifth Chapter On the Acquisition of Knowledge and, in Particular, Experience Twenty-sixth Chapter Continued Twenty-seventh Chapter Of Reflection Twenty-Eighth Chapter On the Communication of Knowledge introduction Although the human mind is a simple being, in which one can not distinguish temporal and spatial parts, one accepts after the various kinds of activities which he expresses several faculties in which the cause of these activities is sought.