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(1) He issued a technical scientific treatise.
(2) The doctor wrote a treatise on alcoholism.
(3) Willis's treatise provided a powerful corrective to Hewart's book.
(4) The Second Treatise seeks to find some other more workable foundation for political authority.
(5) The last eleven chapters of the treatise address themselves to the nature of the discretion appropriate to mixed life.
(6) Yet this unassuming treatise, written by Amelia Simmons, is a giant in culinary history.
(7) Throughout his treatise Pope maintains the pose of the poker-faced instructor.
(8) This is not a treatise on geology, biology, or any other science.
(9) The substance of her treatise on the Black Death had been carefully checked with a microbiologist and a specialist in tropical medicine.
(10) Of course they did not produce an abstract treatise on Freedom, in which they laid out principles of action in deductive orderliness.
(11) Although he never published the systematic economic treatise which might have established his reputation, Barton's closely argued pamphlets were influential.
(12) An expository treatise or series of annotations; an exegesis.
(13) This is not a treatise on statistical theory.
(14) His theories have been reduced in a popular treatise.
(15) In this treatise(sentencedict.com), we emphasize first - order splines.
(16) The work at hand is not a theoretical treatise.
(17) The writer makes further analytical treatise on their relations.
(18) Aristotle wrote a treatise on literature called his Poetics.
(19) In this treatise, the authors present the general theory of orthogonal polynomials on the complex plane and several of its applications.
(20) To write a treatise on the structuralist elements in Heidegger.
(21) Nor is it intended to be any kind of technological treatise.
(22) What broke the medieval guilds was printing; some one could publish a treatise on how to tan leather.
(23) Those who lament that Berlin never wrote a great treatise miss the point.
(24) The watchmaker of my title is borrowed from a famous treatise by the eighteenth-century theologian William Paley.
(25) Whatever disagreement there is about the internal divisions of the texts in the manuscripts, the whole treatise has a shape.
(26) The resulting book falls somewhere between the teen diary / confessional genre and the academic feminist treatise.
(27) Erasmus Darwin published his Zoonomia in 1794, which was partly a medical textbook, partly a treatise in biology.
(28) A half century ago the US sociologist David Riesman wrote a powerful treatise on modern alienation called The Loneliness of Crowds.
(29) Four important item that this part is on the definition the concept's foundation of the offense of illegal and irruptive calculator information system, proceeds to that offense treatise.
(30) Chinese producers are attempting to transform Das Kapital from a hefty treatise on political economy into a popular stage show, complete with catchy tunes and nifty footwork.
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