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  • 16:4316:43, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Annapolis, Maryland188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:4316:43, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Cottonwood Heights, Utah188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:4216:42, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Martín de la Jara188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:4116:41, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 1926188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:4016:40, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Hacısor188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:4016:40, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Belwan188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3916:39, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Kovi188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3816:38, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Dewletê Amerika188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3716:37, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Vacenayış188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3616:36, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Weçinıtışê Tırkiyayê 2011 (Pêroyi)188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3616:36, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Veroc188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3516:35, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Liberteryenizm188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3416:34, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 27 Temuz188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3416:34, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Kalecik, Anqara188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3316:33, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 La Liga 1933-34188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3216:32, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Poseidon188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3216:32, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Karber vaten:159.146.14.156188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3116:31, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Aranki188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3116:31, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Karber vaten:159.146.14.156188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3016:30, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Hokeyê vaşi188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:3016:30, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Aydınlar, Ereğli188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2916:29, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Ebdullah ibn Ebdulmutelıb188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2816:28, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Finlanda188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2716:27, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Gozeyl188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2616:26, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Qula Babili188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2516:25, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Zıwanşınasiye188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2516:25, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 1497188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2416:24, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Burhanoğlu, Devrek188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2316:23, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Zengenci188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2216:22, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Meclısê Mebusan188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2216:22, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 9 Kanun188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2116:21, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Şablonê zıwani188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2016:20, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Keyumars188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2016:20, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Vaten:Piya-ciya nuştene188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:2016:20, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 Piya-ciya nuştene188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,
  • 16:1916:19, 12 Tışrino Verên 2019 ferq ver +1,868 14 Tebaxe188 MYSTICISM AND LOGIC less than a certain thickness, the glass breaks. I also do not deny that the observation of such regularities, even when they are not without exceptions, is useful in the infancy of a science: the observation that unsupported bodies in air usually fall was a stage on the way to the law of gravitation. What I deny is that science assumes the existence of invariable uniformities of sequence of this kind, or that it aims at discovering them. All such uniformities, as we saw,