(1) But he discovered books in college, and in adulthood his house was filled with the appurtenances of a man of science: technical papers, instruments, tanks filled with fish and reptiles.(2) Or was it not possible that over the years I had acquired an understanding that the presence of a few bourgeois appurtenances in the backcountry wouldn't cause the planets to alter their orbits?(3) Once position, status, titles and the appurtenances of office (like formal dress) sustained an external authority.(4) Is it for our feisty presence on the international economic scene, tempered by the inclusive appurtenances of our social safety net?(5) Switches, turntables, engine houses, station houses, platforms, and all the appurtenances of a railway system are built of the very best material and in a very substantial manner.(6) And that in turn justifies the gender quotas, government set-asides, and all the other appurtenances of a feminist society.(7) He still spoke softly, and with a shy sincerity, but he seemed more at ease now with the appurtenances of modern technology: with the mike, and with slides and a slide projector besides.(8) Moreover, in England and elsewhere, Anglicans more than others in the West have maintained the appurtenances of catholicity in liturgy, ceremony, nomenclature, and ecclesial structures.(9) Witchcraft, in seventeenth century Scotland, was not an organised professions with certification authorities, Worst Practice committees and the other appurtenances of the modern caring professions.(10) For those of us not equipped with brass appurtenances , reducing investment risk is often a goal.(11) It is the minimum amount necessary (in whatever relevant dimension) for the use of the property, ├ö├ç├┐enough of it so as to include necessary appurtenances .├ö├ç├û(12) In each case first-class and third-class products would produce the same end result, but would differ in their appurtenances and would appeal to distinct markets.(13) Of course that's about to change, because I went shopping yesterday for household appurtenances .(14) Dismantlement of settlements, forced transfers of population and other usual appurtenances of establishing nation-states in ethnically heterogeneous areas would likely ensue.(15) He's purchased a pleasant, tastefully appointed house on Royal Avenue, Chelsea, and fixed it up with all the appurtenances proper to a gentleman of his station.(16) That is, how do audiences ├ö├ç├┐see├ö├ç├û or comprehend oriental influence (as well as gay influence), unless it is conveyed by visible appurtenances of costume and narrative setting?