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Word: verity

Definition: quality of being true; lasting truth or principle; Ex. the verity of his testimony; Ex. one of the eternal verities

Sentences Containing 'verity'

He spent 1930 studying studying technical drawing and quantitative work at Pudsey Grammar School, before joining his father at a local building firm, Joseph Verity.
Her 2012 novel, "Code Name Verity", is a World War II thriller focusing on the friendship between two young British women, a transport pilot and a spy.
Here Steiner suggests that there is an inconsistency between Kant's philosophy, which posits that knowledge is representation and that the essential verity of the world is inaccessible to human consciousness, and modern science, which assumes that all influences can be found in what Steiner termed the "sinnlichen und geistlichen" (sensory and mental/spiritual) world to which we have access.
In the playoffs the Queen Bees lost to the Sunderland Scorpions (score unknown) Great Britain Representatives: Verity Boome, Vicky Burton, Laura Byrne, Rachelle Kyffin and Kim Strongman.
Initially produced by Verity Lambert, it was made by Euston Films, a subsidiary of Thames Television (Central in 1993 and 1994) and shown on ITV.
Massimo Podenzana (born July 29, 1961 in La Spezia) is an Italian former road racing cyclist. Podenzana won stages in both the Giro d'Italia, and the Tour de France, as well as a verity of other cycling classics.
Monica Margaret Grenfell, and had four children: He married secondly in 1974 Verity Elizabeth Raymond, daughter of John Raymond, and had one son:
So far as what there may be of a narrative in this book; and, indeed, as indirectly touching one or two very interesting and curious particulars in the habits of sperm whales, the foregoing chapter, in its earlier part, is as important a one as will be found in this volume; but the leading matter of it requires to be still further and more familiarly enlarged upon, in order to be adequately understood, and moreover to take away any incredulity which a profound ignorance of the entire subject may induce in some minds, as to the natural verity of the main points of this affair.
The magazine's focus became more professional. Columnists included Michael Swaine, Allen Holub and Verity Stob, the pseudonymous British programmer.
Wheless was raised Southern Methodist but later questioned the verity of the scriptures, studying their sources in detail.
Yorkshire appointed Cyril Turner as Hutton's mentor; Hedley Verity and Bowes also offered Hutton guidance in his early career.

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