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Analogy like syllepsis

Thomas Aquinas argues that everything true we can say about God, we can say only analogously. I’ve noticed that people have trouble telling the difference between this claim and a much stronger one, namely, that… 1,684 more words


X and Y

I have no clue what the meta is. Apparently double battles are a thing now? I’m so confused either way. No more competitive Pokemon :c Turns out school projects make everything less fun. 11 more words


Whether under the present set up (LGC) the power of the Land Registration Office ("LTO") to register, tricycles in particular, as well as to issue licenses for the driving thereof, has likewise devolved to local government units?

Coming up to this Court, petitioners raise this sole assignment of error, to wit: Oldmisâ o

“The Court of Appeals erred in sustaining the validity of the writ of injunction issued by the trial court which enjoined LTO from (1) registering tricycles-for-hire and (2) issuing licenses for the driving thereof since the Local Government Code devolved only the franchising authority of the LTFRB. 2,121 more words


10 Words You Can No Longer Live Without

Good afternoon and happy Monday!

Here are ten words that you need to add to your regular vocabulary!  I don’t know how you’ve survived without them thus far, but they will revolutionize the way you speak. 264 more words

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Word of the day!

mot juste


1. French. the exact, appropriate word.


I felt very bad because here was the man I liked and trusted the most as a critic then, the man who believed in the… 94 more words

Word of the day!



1. causing fear, apprehension, or dread: a formidable opponent. 

2. of discouraging or awesome strength, size, difficulty, etc.; intimidating: a formidable problem. 

3. arousing feelings of awe or admiration because of grandeur, strength, etc.  296 more words