intentional

All Adjective
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  • However, as the line continued these issues have mostly been addressed and sometimes been intentional.
  • He has a particular interest in intentional communities and new religious movements.
  • This shows intentional action can be made by humans as long as they have a goal.
  • A wide variety of intentional communities with some type of faith-based ideas have also started across the world.
  • The members of an intentional community typically hold a common social, political or spiritual vision.
  • Many now believe that the attack may have been intentional.
  • Numerous intentional communities were established, many of which are still in existence.
  • The central concept in i* is in fact that of the intentional actor.
  • She does not believe the near-accident was intentional and has not publicly identified them.
  • Intentional communities were organized and built all over the world with the hope of making a more perfect way of living together.
  • Many times these injuries are intentional and can sometimes anger many players to take revenge.
  • He orders another intentional walk, even though it will cost the Yankees a run.
  • It wasn't intentional but it's the kind of thing a person does without thinking.
  • She created and directed the movie with an intentional use of universal significance.
  • This includes the intentional training of new patterns of thought and feeling.
  • This was an intentional act designed to destroy all links with the areas these people had been living in.
  • Thus today's house has been heavily shaped by intentional restoration.
  • However, he claims this was not intentional and that he signed the initial documents without having properly read them.
  • There is no apparent intentional camera movement, and the film consists of one continuous real-time shot.
  • The exclamation mark is therefore an intentional part of the village's name.
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