Who said you do not believe in the collective wisdom of individual ignorance?
Thomas Carlyle (4 December 1795 - 5 February 1881) , Scottish satirical writer, essayist, historian and teacher.
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Answer If you remove your wisdom teeth individually, you would have to go through four surgeries. Most people prefer to have all wisdom teeth extracted at the same time, and a lot of dentists recommend that as well. Answer . Depends on if they have grown through the gum line or not and are impac…ted or not. My top 2 grew through the gum line (normally) and were extracted by my dentist, with local anesthesia. My bottom 2 are impacted (both laying on their sides), have grown half way, but are going to need to be surgically removed by slicing my gums open. In this case, the latter needs to be done by an oral surgeon, so NO they may NOT be pulled all at the same time. It depends on your personal situation. (MORE)
Was it also Sherlock Holmes or his partner Watson that said "By George I Think She's Got It"Answer . Rex Harrison in the film "My Fair Lady"
contact the executor of the estate and file to collect it from the estate. you have to notify the estate of the debt. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Depending on the state, most must be filed with the estate within 4 months of the said death.
ANSWER: . Molly Ivans.. And, much earlier: Gautama, the Buddha. He called Ignorance Avijja.. Earlier than that, was Socrates. Socrates believed that the means to the good life (summum bonum = the ultimate good) was a beautiful, or virtuous soul. His argument is that we choose evil because we th…ink it will be good for us. We rob the bank because we think more money will be good for us. But to Socrates, robbing the bank taints your soul. We sin because we are ignorant of the real means to a good life - virtue.. To Socrates, there would be no evil if everyone realized that virtue is the only means to the good life. If we could stick together the end and the means - there would be no evil. (MORE)
Ignorant simply say we do not know. All people are "ignorant" of some things, meaning we do not know evrything. Until you specify what the "Protestants" are "ignorant" of, the community cannot your question with certainty. Ignorance is not stupidity.
No. They are just skeptical of something which cannot be proven conclusively scientifically. They are also aware of brainwashing of society through the many movies about aliens which in some degree creates a perception or preconception of their reality. Some of them may also note connections with th…e occult and the connection with the evolutionary idea that life could have evolved elsewhere in the universe. Thus people believe in aliens and so see them. It is a common misconception which suits opponents of religion that Christians are ignorant imbeciles. Many of the founders of modern science were in fact Bible-believing Christians. Some years ago the 'Skeptical Inquirer' magazine (hardly a friend of Christianity) published research it had conducted into who were the most likely to accept superstitions. Bible -believing Christians were found, contrary to expectation, to be the least likely. This is probably so because Christians are interested in truth and in facts. In fact, Christians are specifically encouraged to 'test everything.' This would be one example, although there also are probably a lot of religious people who do believe in aliens. No. It's those who believe in UFO without proof that is ignorant. (MORE)
The commonly used expression, "Those who ignore history are bound (or doomed) to repeat it" is actually a mis-quotation of the original text written by George Santayana (1863-1952), who, in his Reason in Common Sense, The Life of Reason, Vol.1, wrote "Those who cannot remember the past are condemn…ed to repeat it." Stanford University online also provides an outstanding and much more detailed background on this important and profound philosopher, essayist, poet and novelist. Santayana's quotation, in turn, was a slight modification of an Edmund Burke (1729-1797) statement, "Those who don't know history are destined to repeat it." Burke was a British Statesman and Philosopher who is generally viewed as the philosophical founder of modern political conservatism. ---------------------------------- A classic example is Hitler's invasion of Russia. Napoleon had done that, and Hitler made the same mistake, and suffered the same fate. On both occasions, the Russians simply retreated , drawing the enemy further and further into Russia in their advance, and then, when they Russian winter struck, and the invaders were unprepared and ill-equipped to deal with it, they were slaughtered in their thousands during their retreat. Hitler was fully aware of Napoleon's plight and had planned meticulously how not to fall into the same trap by using the new offensive technique of Blitzkreig (lightning strike). The plan was for Army Group North to take Leningrad, Army Group Centre to take Moscow and Army Group South to take Stalingrad and the Caucasus oilfields. All before the winter weather made mobility impossible. The original start date for Operation Barbarossa was accordingly 15th May 1941 but Mussolini's failing invasion of Greece required German intervention to protect Operation Barbarossa's southern flank. German troops invaded Greece on April 6, 1941; Athens fell on 27 April and mainland Greece was fully occupied by mid-May. Nevertheless, the six week campaign led to Operation Barbarossa being launched five and a half weeks later than planned, on 22 June. Weather (rain and mud at first before the snows) slowed the advance from early October onwards, meaning that the Blitzkreig part of the campaign was shortened from the planned 20 weeks, to just 14. How vital those six weeks would have been we will never know but whilst none of the main city objectives (Leningrad, Moscow and Stalingrad) were taken, all three almost fell. After the Germans took 3 million Russian soldiers captive during the advance, only 90,000 remained to defend Moscow by late 1941. Arguably it wasn't ignoring the lesson of history that was Hitler's fatal mistake, it was not adapting to changing circumstances. Answer "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."CITES: George Santayana, The Life of Reason or The Phases of Human Progress: Reason in Common Sense 284 (2nd ed., Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, New York 1924 (originally published 1905 Charles Scribner's Sons)(appears in chapter XII, "Flux and Constancy in Human Nature")). George Santayana, The Life of Reason or The Phases of Human Progress 82 (one-volume edition, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, New York 1954)(appears in Book I, Reason in Common Sense, chapter 10, "Flux and Constancy in Human Nature").This information was found at: http://members.aol.com/Santayana/gsguestbook.htmHope this helps.ARISTOTLE SAID THAT! Me! but Im sure somebody else famous did before me though... The true answer would be George Santayana. This is an often mis-attributed quote and is also known as "Santayana's Law of Repeating Consequences." Actually the author originally credited with any such phrase is Edmund Burke. He died before George Santayana was born. (MORE)
President Hoover said in 1930 you do not believe the power and duty of the general government ought to be extended to the relief of individual suffering agree or disagree?
I absolutely agree! I could care less how reviled this former President is, the statement quoted above is absolutely correct. It is not duty of the general government, nor do they possess any power to extend relief for individual suffering. This is not to say that the people are not entitled to peti…tion the courts for any redress of grievances, but universal suffering? The only way to accomplish an extension of relief for certain individual is through tax dollars. Public dollars can not and should not be used as public assistance. That they are today is wrong and abhorrent to the Constitution itself. The public can not just vote themselves "free money" without getting that "free money" from somewhere. To tax one person in order to subsidize another is an abrogation and derogation of the first persons rights. The governments business is not charity it is protection. No one is protected by social welfare, it is quite simply a redistribution of wealth. Even though the rich are rarely in favor it is still legal, I'm pretty sure, to be rich in this country. If someone became rich through ill legal plunder then we do not tax this person more than someone who earned their money legally, we prosecute him and fine him for his plunder, perhaps even incarcerating him for his crime. We should not declare plunder legal so we may plunder the plunderers. This is nothing more than lawlessness and...Oh! Look around, what do you know? Lawlessness abounds! (MORE)
He may still want to be with you. If he is always looking for reason to leave his stuff there. Or he may just mat be busy. iv asked him to meet me round the corner from where he lodges cos i dont want to disturb his landlord and in a public place to return his stuff and he has blanked my message i …just want a clean slate i also asked him yesterday after he told me he was at home and he put phone down (MORE)
This is a quotation from an English poet called Thomas Gray born December 26 1716 and died 30 June 1771 from the poem Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College "Yet ah! why should they know their fate? Since sorrow never comes too late, And happiness too swiftly flies. Thought would dest…roy their paradise. No more; where ignorance is bliss, 'Tis folly to be wise." . (MORE)
I think the quotation you're thinking of is: When people stop believing in God, they don't believe in nothing - they believe in anything. . This was said by GK Chesterton.
oh the blind man cried..i cannot see...thou son of david,have mercy on me..then Jesus stooped..so sweet and low. and he said arise..thy faith hath made thee whole..if Jesus said it..i believe it..his word cannot lie..if it's written in the bible,i'll believe it til i die..tho'the mountains be remove…d..and cast into the sea..God's word will live forever..thru out eternity. My Father said there is plenty of room..and Jesus said I'm coming soon..to catch away my waiting Bride and take her home over on the other side. If Jesus said it I believe it..his word cannot lie.. if it is written in the Bible I'll believe it til I die..though the mountains be removed and cast into the sea.. God's word will last forever.. throughout eternity (MORE)
A person who believes in individualism is most likely to be selfish and ignorant. A selfish person normally hold a belief that the world owes him and not the other way around. A ignorant person normally do not know the purpose of his life in this world.. If you do not respect the world, you do not …respect nature; you do not care about nature and if nature crosses your path no one cares what happens to you, the world do not owe you anything .. If you do not know the purpose of your existence, you are naturally living for the betterment of your body and not for the betterment of your mind. Therefore , when your body is sick, your mind is also sick. On the other hand, if you train your mind, your body may be sick but not your mind (you will still be fresh and healthy). Furthermore, if you live purposelessly, you tend to be deluded and mentally diseased; you are not contented with what you have, as well as not contended with what others is having. (MORE)
They can, but if they are subject to OSHA regulation, they then run the chance of a citations and fines. In many cases, the fines may be a minor consideration, but the bad publicity connected with it and the law suites that may then be indefensible, could be more significant to the viability of the …company. (MORE)
\nThe Heart Sutra, chanted in Buddhist sects (particularly Zen), speaks of perfect wisdom beyond wisdom, but this is attained through Buddhist practice (meditation and the Eightfold Path). The Heart Sutra doesn't refer to faith, however, so I'm not sure this is the answer you're looking for.
Through the Judicial system - take them to court. If the amount is small, you might consider small claims court. There, the process is informal and attorneys are not allowed. See the below link for details.
Many aren't so ignorant, even if some are. Many are aware of atmospheric science and know what a normal contrail is or isn't. It is a fact that there exist "non-standard" contrails out there, and many have seen them, but the ones who does not want to believe this continue to deny the existence of… such things, just because THEY have NOT seen this. So it is not part of THEIR reality. Is not this quite judgemental, "know-it-all" attitude and a denial of anything going on outside their own little sphere of awareness?. "Many are aware of atmospheric science and know what a normal contrail is or isn't. ". None of the ones that I have encountered. (MORE)
Buddhism's take on reincarnation is not the same as he Western view of the subject. There is no aware "soul package" that moves on from individual to individual carrying the memories of all past lives. The end of the cycle of deatha nd re-birth is acheived when a Buddhist enters Nirvana. This includ…es a release of the desire to maintain an individual existence. In both these cases the existence of being as an individual entity is pretty much negated.. Now, if you want a really mind-blowing answer, you were never an individual entity to begin with, according to the Buddhist teachings. You are suffering from the illusion of separateness, when in fact nothing is separate from anything else. (MORE)
Symbolists believed that the world was a collection of symbols thatreflected the true reality of the human mind. This was a movementduring the 19th century.
A poem: 'Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College' by Thomas Gray. Last stanza: To each his sufferings: all are men, . Condemned alike to groan; . The tender for another's pain, . The unfeeling for his own. . Yet ah! why should they know their fate? . Since sorrow never comes too late, …. And happiness too swiftly flies. . Thought would destroy their paradise. . No more; where ignorance is bliss, . 'Tis folly to be wise. . (MORE)
In the play 'Antigone', the main character of the same name represents the seeming powerlessness of the individual . Her uncle and future father-in-law, Theban King Creon, represents the seeming all-powerfulness of the state . But the public opinion that the King disdains and the prophetic powers …that the King relies on from Teiresias the blind prophet do Creon in. And so, ultimately, the righteous individual is seen to make a difference, and the state is seen to crumble before the contagiously courageous stand of one against many. (MORE)
Judgments can be executed in serveral ways, the preferred method is monetary in the form of wage garnishment or bank levy. Personal property of the judgment debtor can be seized and sold or real property can be encumbered by a lien. States have laws which differ in the type and amount of property th…at can be exempted from judgment enforcement. Generally small claims judgmenta are monetary recovery only, such as wage garnishment. (MORE)
To some extent yes. I think we are all have a little superstition in us, but when it begins to replace reasoning and science then it has gone overboard.
William Ernest Hocking said it. The entire quote goes as follows: "It is the needs and the initiative of individual that have made the state, and continue to make it. This implies that the individual is prior to the state; it also implies that the state is prior to the completed individual. he needs… the state to become the person that he has it in him to become." William Ernest Hocking (1873-1966), American philosopher, was noted for his contribution to idealism and for his analysis of religious experience. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio. A graduate of Harvard University, Hocking taught there from 1914 to 1943; beginning in 1937 he served as chairman of the philosophy department. Hocking's major work is The Meaning of God in Human Experience (1912). His idealism is concerned with the union of idea and feeling, postulating an alternation in experience between intellect and intuition, but always with a deep underlying religious sensitivity. (MORE)
Wikipedia says: 'Evolution is change in the genetic material of a population of organisms from one generation to the next'.Therefore an individual cannot be said to evolve.
Napolean I of France dismissed England as " L'Angleterre est une nation de boutiquiers " - a nation of shopkeeps. He was not the first to use this phrase. Adam Smith , in The Wealth of Nations (1776)wrote: "To found a great empire for the sole purpose of raising up a people of customers may at …first sight appear a project fit only for a nation of shopkeepers. ...." (MORE)
If you mean, "are they ignorant for being in evolution," then no. The theory of evolution is a well-founded, heavily detailed theory with an enormous amount of evidence behind it. The theory of evolution is used to study disease. It's used to study agriculture. It's used to bring together all of …the sciences pertaining to life. (MORE)
This is commonly referred to as an "Application Suite". Usually programs or applications that are bundled together have some functions in common such as manipulating data or working with images, but a "Bundle" can also be created for marketing purposes and to offer the "entire collection" for a pric…e slightly less than the sum of the individual applications sold separately. Software is sometimes bundled with hardware (such as a desktop computer). - Example: "For a limited time only get the Super Productive Office Mate software included with the purchase of any brand 'X' desktop computer." - This is a different use of the terminology. Software is sometimes bundled with a service such as Internet access for a residence. - Example: "Get high speed Internet access with FREE anti-virus software, FRE anti-spyware software and FREE 'Parental Control' software." - This is a different use of the terminology. Software is sometimes bundled with a device that should have come with it to begin with (such as image manipulation software for a digital camera that does NOT use a common resolution size or well-known image storage format). - This is a different use of the terminology. (MORE)
To get out of the situation. He either doesn't like the girl, or likes her but is nervous and doesn't know what to do.
Act like you don't like him anymore. Guys wanna be liked, it's an ego thing. He will come back after you.
to me when sumone says sumting that maks me wanna say that i say WOW
Non-Existant. Source : History and Science I believe salvation is indivdual. You can only get salvation by personally admitting that Jesus christ died for your sins , and he also arose from the dead . (plus do all the other things he said his followers should do - like heal the sick and love …their enemies.. (MORE)
You yourself have to ask Jesus to cone into your heart abd be saved. You aren't saved because your parents are saved or anyone around you. You have to ask for salvation for urself
This is a question for the "decider of fact." If it is a jury case, the jury must decide who to believe. In a bench trial, the judge must decide who is more credible. This is not a question of law, but of human nature. The "decider of fact" will consider each person's demeanor, their potential mo…tives for lying, and whether or not their story makes sense. It isn't a procedural question, but the same as any other situation where you must decide which person is telling the truth. The decider typically won't pinpoint anything specific, but will simply feel that they believe one or the other. Unlike a criminal case where the criteria is "guilt beyond a reasonable doubt," the rule in civil cases is only "the preponderance of the evidence." (MORE)
then she really really likes you, the only reason she "ignored" you is because she could be rather shy or is still trying to get over that she told you her feelings(which is extremely difficult for a girl to do) :)
He's just being a real jerk. Tell him why if he doesnt respond get his attenion by saying "were through" then you take it from there.
We know so little, and we think that we know so much. Wisdom, and through it other good traits like humility, start when we can first realize and come to terms with how little we really know.
If you are asking why we Christians believe God made the Bible through others by speaking to them, it is because of many reasons. 1, it was written by over 40 men and yet it all fits together. 2, it was written over thousands of years and yet it makes sense. 3, do people not realize how many prophes…ies were made in there over the course of all those years between the prophesy and when Jesus made it come true? 456! Let me sum it up for them from something I heard from a very smart professor. Just take a look at 8 of those prophesies. The probability that all that would come true is 1 to 10 to the 28 power. Big number. Spread that many silver dollars over the state of Texas. Then mark 1 of those. Get a man, blind fold him, and tell him he can walk as far in the state as he wants and chose which one he thinks is the 1 marked. The probability of him chosing that silver dollar is slim. Like 1 to 10 to the 28 power. That is for only 8 of 456 prophesies! It would be kind of hard for many random people to write prophesies about this one man, and they might not even come true, but others thousands of years later write that they came true is pretty much imposible without thinking that God spoke through all those men. (MORE)
What is the name of a good search engine for computer ignorant individual that is not a lap dog for the government?
i think the government deleted it, but i made a engine called rebels get answers, and i only let small businesses advertise, or new starting bands.
There is no standard collective noun for the noun 'believers'.However, there are collective nouns for the synonym 'worshipers', acongregation of worshipers, an assembly of worshipers, a gatheringof worshipers. If the 'believers' that you refer to are religious believers, thecollective nouns for 'wo…rshipers' will work well; a congregation ofbelievers, an assembly of believers, or a gathering of believers. (MORE)
Unapproved it then press ignore. If that doesn't work then I think u might want to restart Instagram or just leave it.
It was the moral given at the beginning of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 2/Episode 12 ("The Mandalore Plot").
There is not specific collective noun for the noun ignorance. The noun ignorance is an uncountable noun; quantities of ignorance are expressed in degrees, for example, some ignorance, much ignorance, total ignorance, etc. A term that expresses ignorance as a collective would be, 'the collective igno…rance of a group' or 'the combined ignorance of a group'. (MORE)
God is a personal God, not some faraway entity (as perceived by thephilosophers). God gives us free-will and holds us responsible forhow we use it. God hears our prayers and cares about us (which iswhy He gave us the Torah).
Residence in India Section 6 - For the purposes of this Act,-. (1). An individual is said to be resident in India in any previous year, if he-. (a). is in India in that year for a period of periods amounting in all to one hundred and eighty-two days or more; or. (b). [Deleted]. (c). …having within the four years preceding that year been in India for a period or periods amounting in all to three hundred and sixty five days or more, is in India for a period or periods amounting in all to sixty days or more in that year. . Explanation - In the case of a individual,-. (a). being a citizen of India, who leaves India in any previous year as a member of the crew of an Indian ship as defined in clause (18) of section 3 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 (44 of 1958), or for the purpose of employment outside in India, the provisions of sub-clause (c) shall apply in relation to that year as if for the words "sixty days", occurring therein, the words "one hundred and eighty-two days" has been substituted;.. (b). being a citizen of India, or a person of Indian origin within the meaning of Explanation to clause (e) of section 115C, who being outside India, comes on a visit to India in any previous year, the provisions of sub-clause (c) shall apply in relation to that year as if for the words "sixty days" occurring therein, the words "one hundred and eighty-two days", had been substituted. . (2). A Hindu undivided family, firm or other association of persons is said to be resident in India in any previous year in every case except where during that year the control and management outside India. . (3). A company is said to be resident in India in any previous year, if -. (i). it is an Indian company; or. (ii). during that year the control and management of its affairs is situated wholly in India. . (4). Every other person is said to be resident in India in any previous year in every case, except where during that year the control and management of his affairs is situated wholly outside India. . (5). If a person is resident in India in a previous year relevant to an assessment year in respect of any source of income, he shall be deemed to be resident in India in the previous year relevant to the assessment year in respect of each of his other sources of income. . (6). A person is said to be "not ordinarily resident" in India in any previous year if such person is -. (a). an individual who has not been resident in India in nine out of the ten previous years preceding that year, or has not during the seven previous years preceding that year been in India for a period of, or periods amounting in all to, seven hundred and thirty days or more; or. (b). a Hindu undivided family whose manager has not been resident in India in nine out of the ten previous years preceding that year, or has not during the seven previous years preceding that year been in India for a period of, or periods amounting in all to, seven hundred and thirty days or more. . The following clause (6) shall be substituted for the existing clause (6) of section 6 by the Finance Act, 2003, w.e.f. 1-4-2004: . (6) . A person is said to be "not ordinarily resident" in India in any previous year if such person is - . (a) . an individual who has been a non-resident in India in nine out of the ten previous years preceding that year, or has during the seven previous years preceding that year been in India for a period of, or periods amounting in all to, seven hundred and twenty-nine days or less; or . (b) . a Hindu undivided family whose manager has been a non-resident in India a nine out of the ten previous year preceding that year, or has during the seven previous years preceding that year been in India for a period of, or periods amounting in all to, seven hundred and twenty-nine days or less. . Non-resident Section 2(30)- "non resident" means a person who is not a "resident" and for the purposes of section 92, 93 and 168, includes a person who is not ordinarily resident within the meaning of clause (6) of section 6; Indian Company Section 2(26)- "Indian company" means a company formed and registered under the Companies Act, 1956 (1 of 1956), and includes- . (i). a company formed and registered under any law relating to companies formerly in force in any part of India (other than the State of Jammu and Kashmir and the Union territories specified in sub-clause (iii) of this clause);. (ia). a corporation established by or under a Central, State or Provincial Act;. (ib). any institution, association or body which is declared by the Board to be a company under clause (17) *** ;. (ii). in the case of the State of Jammu and Kashmir, a company formed and registered under any law for the time being in force in that State;. (iii). in the case of any of the Union territories of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Goa, Daman and Diu, and Pondicherry, a company formed and registered under any law for the time being in force in that Union territory. . Provided that the registered or, as the case may be, principal office of the company, corporation, institution, association or body in all cases is in India; *** Section 2(17) "company" means- . (i) . any Indian company, or . (ii) . any body corporate incorporated by or under the law of a country outside India, or . (iii) . any institution, association or body which is or was assessable or was assessed as a company for any assessment year under the Indian Income-tax Act, 1922 (11 of 1922), or which is or was assessable or was assessed under this Act as a company for any assessment year commencing on or before the 1 st day of April, 1970, or . (iv) . any institution, association or body, whether incorporated or not and whether Indian or non-Indian, which is declared by general or special order of the Board to be a company: . Provided that such institution, association or body shall be deemed to be a company only for such assessment year or assessment years (whether commencing before the 1 st day of April, 1971, or on or after that date) as may be specified in the declaration; Foreign company Section 2(23A) -" foreign company" means a company which is not a domestic company Definitions as per Companies Act, 1956 Meaning of holding company" and "subsidiary" Section 4 - (1) For the purposes of this Act, a company shall, subject to the provisions of sub-section (3), be deemed to be a subsidiary of another if, but only if,- . (a). that other controls the composition of its Board of directors; or. (b). that the other exercises or controls more than one-half of its total voting power in a case where it has issued securities and such securities have the same voting rights as equity shares; or. (c). that the other holds more than one-half in value of its paid-up capital, in any other case; . (1A). No company which is a subsidiary of another company shall, after the commencement of the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2003, become a holding company;. (2). For the purposes of sub-section (1), the composition of a company's Board of directors shall be deemed to be controlled by another company if, but only if, that other company by the exercise of some power exercisable by it at its discretion without the consent or concurrence of any other person, can appoint or remove the holders of all or a majority of the directorships; but for the purposes of this provision that other company shall be deemed to have power to appoint to a directorship with respect to which any of the following conditions is satisfied, that is to say- . (a). that a person cannot be appointed thereto without the exercise in his favour by that other company of such a power as aforesaid; . (b). that a person's appointment thereto follows necessarily from his appointment as director or manager of, or to any other office or employment in, that other company, or . (c). that the directorship is held by an individual nominated by that other company or a subsidiary thereof. . (3). In determining whether one company is a subsidiary of another- . (a). any shared held or power exercisable by that other company in a fiduciary capacity shall be treated as not held or exercisable by it; . (b). subject to the provisions of clauses (c) and (d), any shares held or power exercisable - . (i). by any person as a nominee for that other company (except where that other is concerned only a fiduciary capacity); or. (ii). by, or by a nominee for, a subsidiary of that other company, not being a subsidiary which is concerned only in a fiduciary capacity; . shall be treated as held or exercisable by that other company; . (c). any shares held or power exercisable by any person by virtue of the provisions of any debentures of the first-mentioned company or of a trust deed for securing any issue of such debentures shall be disregarded; . (d). any shares held or power exercisable by, or by a nominee for, that other or its subsidiary not being held or exercisable as mentioned in clause(c) shall be treated as not held or exercisable by that other, if the ordinary business of that other or its subsidiary , as the case may be, includes the lending of money and the shares are held or the power is exercisable as foresaid by way of security only for the purposes of a transaction entered into in the ordinary course of that business. . (4). For the purposes of this Act, a company shall be deemed to be the holding company of another if, but only, if that other is its subsidiary . . (5). In this section, the expression "company" includes any body corporate, and the expression "equity share capital" has the same meaning as in sub-section (2) of section 85. . (6). In the case of a body corporate which is incorporated in a country outside India, a subsidiary or holding company of the body corporate under the law of such country shall be deemed to be a subsidiary or holding company of the body corporate within the meaning and for the purposes of this Act also, whether the requirements of this section are fulfilled or not. . (7). A private company, being a subsidiary of a body corporate incorporated outside India, which, if incorporated in India, would be a public company within the meaning of this Act, shall be deemed for the purposes of this Act to be a subsidiary of a public company if not less than ninety-nine per cent. of the share capital in that private company is not held by that body corporate whether alone or together with one or more other bodies corporate incorporated outside India. Santosh gupta rajasthan. (MORE)
There are a number of websites where one can find a collection of words of wisdom. One can find such collections on 'God's Little Acre', 'Living Words of Wisdom' and 'Wisdom Quotes'.
One person cannot simply collect, analyze and put into use all theknowledge (wonderful things) available out there. The Baobab trees are believed to live for as much as 6000 yearsexplaining why they are called the tree of live. They grow grow upto 30 meters in high and the trunk diameter can be as …much as 11meters. The trunk can store as much as 120,000 litres of water. (MORE)
A collective noun is a word used to group people or things takentogether as one whole in a descriptive way. A plural collectivenoun is used when referring to two or more groups of people orthings; for example: . a team of players; two teams of players . a bushel of apples; a few bushels of apples… . a flock of birds; several flocks of birds . a bouquet of flowers; a dozen bouquets of flowers (MORE)
An individual relativist is a person who decides what is right orwrong for him or herself. This person does not rely on what societysays.
Without knowing the context of the terms "faith" and "wisdom" used in this question it is difficult to answer a query of this nature. If faith is meant in the sense of trust in the guidance of a deity, then Buddhists do not have faith as they have no deity guiding their actions, only the understandi…ng expressed in the Four Noble Truths that human suffering results from desire and desire can be controlled.. As for wisdom, this usually implies an understanding of the worlds conditions and the answers to many questions of physical, emotional and mental concen. A Buddhist would see these as imaginary issues which disappear when true understanding of the ephemeral nature of perceived reality is understood. So Buddhists are not "led to wisdom" but reject it as a desirable outcome.. Even the concept of becoming enlightened is difficult to understand from the perspective of Western Religions. Buddhists feel this is the path to Nirvana. In Nirvana the holding on to perceptions of matter, time and space are severed and even the sense of self is abandoned. It is difficult to associate a concept like wisdom with that of non-self.. (MORE)