How do you describe Tenet?
- 1. Even a more paradoxical tenet of our philosopher's finds it justification here. 🔊
- 2. They teach as a fundamental tenet that a triad shines throughout the whole world, over which a Monad rules. 🔊
- 3. That is a golden tenet of the tea-growers which licenses the borrowing of ideas; that 'of the earth, earthy,' which embargoes every one unborrowed. 🔊
- 4. It was a difficult undertaking because of the warlike spirit and the ferocity of the Caragas, whose chief tenet of religion was the deification or apotheosis of the brave and of the most tyrannical. 🔊
- 5. This peculiar tenet of Buddhistic faith accounts for the first of the five great commands, which extends the formal injunction of "thou shalt not kill" to animals. 🔊
- 6. Journalism, for him, was comprised in a single tenet; that no visitor of whatsoever kind had or possibly could have any business of even remotely legitimate nature within the precincts of the "Clarion" office. 🔊
- 7. As the Court pointed out in the passage above, it is a fundamental tenet of the U.S. intellectual property system that neither facts nor ideas can be owned. 🔊