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Well, but let me ask you, Do you think that there is a natural inferi-ority in the faculties of the one sex?
Black said overcoming the skills constraint-especially for companies wanting to quickly increase capacity-should be a pri - ority next year.
"Our first pri-ority must be to acquire as many of these stones as pos'sible for detailed study."
The Howling Stones Foster, Alan Dean, 1946- 1997
California has something called "FireScope," which is a unified command structure that very few areas in America have, so that everybody -- state, federal, local -- work under one command auth ority.
Presidents Telephone Call Re Ca Fires ITY National Archives 1993
In the second, which is obviously the case in modern societies, since those merits and that superi - ority call for recognition and acceptance on the part of those on whom the elite is to exert its power, there must be one point at least where rulers and ruled are on a footing of equality.
THE STATE ALEXANDER PASSERIN D'ENTR 1968
For all his stress on the interi - ority of our path to God, Cusanus requires that this journey begin humbly with a pondering of everyday experience.
IDEA OF GOD, 1400-1800 JAMES COLLINS 1968
It may conflict with superi - ority of achievement if it ignores the differences in talents.
EQUALITY R. R. PALMER 1968
The belief in the superi - ority of the past, and the hope to establish a connection with the glorious classical languages provided the im - petus.
STUDY OF LANGUAGE ALVAR ELLEG 1968
This assumption of cultural superi - ority, either based upon an alleged depth of religious sentiment or on a heightened aesthetic sensitivity, has in no way been confined to the new nations.
NATIONALISM HANS KOHN 1968
In its early stages the literary and humanistic preoccupations and the conviction of the vast superi - ority of antiquity to anything offered by the medievals no doubt led to the neglect of some interesting medie - val inquiries e.g., those into “uniform difform” (uni - formly accelerated) motions just as the logical, cosmo - logical, and theological preoccupations of the thirteenth century had probably retarded a literary renascence.
Dictionary of the History of Ideas HAROLD J. JOHNSON 1968