innate

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  • It has an innate sense of direction and can therefore return to its master no matter how great the distance.
  • Much later, he gained the innate equivalent powers within his own body.
  • Although each race is unique in its composition, no race has an innate advantage over the other.
  • The second way that an animal can acquire knowledge is through innate knowledge.
  • Characters have innate elements that are visible to the player during battle.
  • This allows for us to say that humans can use their own innate reason to act in an evil way.
  • He is also known as because he has innate and extraordinary running talents.
  • However, it seems they have an innate knowledge of exactly how far they can go before this happens.
  • Some important questions are How much of language is innate?
  • Such studies conclude that all people are born with an innate ability to understand the physical world.
  • Introduced to music via the family piano, he began showing an innate curiosity towards music at age four.
  • This took no small amount of effort due to their innate stubbornness and desire to fight.
  • While the different tank models are generally similar in practice, they each have slightly different innate characteristics.
  • Much later, he gains the innate equivalent powers within his own body.
  • Another major theme of the book is the innate will of people to survive and fight against things holding them back.
  • The original mind means that all human beings are born with innate moral knowledge and virtue.
  • Second, children, especially under the age of six, have an innate path of psychological development.
  • Goodness, he believed, came more from practice and discipline than from innate human nature.
  • Most people in western culture are taught that heterosexuality is an innate quality in all people.
  • For this reason, it is believed that all humans are born with an innate knowledge of God.
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