It gives grace, it is perfection, which has only need to show itself to conquer. However, because many registration systems do not require all types of security interest to be registered gaps can remain. In law, perfection relates to the additional steps required to be taken in relation to a in order to make it effective against third parties or to retain its effectiveness in the event of default by the grantor of the security interest. But to make this the sole consideration of marriage, to lust after it so violently as to overlook all imperfections for its sake, or to require it so absolutely as to reject and disdain religion, virtue, and sense, which are qualities in their nature of much higher perfection, only because an elegance of person is wanting: this is surely inconsistent, either with a wise man or a good Christian. Metaphysical or transcendental perfection, is the possession of all the essential attributes or all the parts necessary to the integrity of a substance. Link to this page: Renan; a supreme artist, like Flaubert, has been able to isolate himself, to keep himself out of reach of the clamorous claims of others, to stand 'under the shelter of the wall,' as Plato puts it, and so to realise the perfection of what was in him, to his own incomparable gain, and to the incomparable and lasting gain of the whole world.
Going to the museum was a perfect way to spend a rainy day. He went to France to perfect his French. In Scripture essential perfection belongs to God alone. What tongue can her perfections tell? Perfect chord,in music, a concord or union of sounds which is perfectly coalescent and agreeable to the ear, as the fifth and the octave; a perfect consonance. And above all things put on charity, which is the bond of perfectness. In this sense, the word has a plural. For a complete Scripture study system, try , which includes the unabridged version of this dictionary.
We are now in perfect safety, and I will give the horses two days' rest. The former connotes wholeness, soundness, integrity, and often takes on ethical significance; the latter connotes completeness, perfection, and can carry the aesthetic sense of comeliness or beauty. The same rule --- the , for instance --- may govern both perfection against third parties e. In many legal systems, there may also be constructive possession by. Fully informed; completely skilled; as men perfect in the use of arms; perfect in discipline. Search perfection and thousands of other words in English definition and synonym dictionary from Reverso. The best time for making cheese is when the pasture is in perfection.
This most commonly arises in relation to security over a debt or other , notice being required to be given to the party owing the debt or holding the fund. The New Testament is aware that Jesus Christ was sinless ; ;. The means and abiding symbol of the perfection he won is the cross. Thus,if a charge is not registered with Registrar of Companies, and company happens to go for liquidation, even secured creditor shall be treated as unsecured. A security interest granted by a debtor over a particular asset in any given country may need to be registered against the debtor, against the asset, both or neither. Link to this page: perfect.
How suitable both to life and the desire for perfection the Greek practice was! Also, systems which register security against the debtor do not act as a check that the debtor actually has title to any of the relevant assets, merely that he has not created any security interest over them. The texture of food is entitled to a score of 20 if it is perfect. Her costume had about it an indubitable air, a finality of perfection in its kind. My strength is made perfect in weakness. Physical perfection, is when a natural object has all its powers, faculties or qualities entire and in full vigor, and all its parts in due proportion. While Paul calls on readers, not only to imitate God , but also to imitate him ; ; , Paul denies that he is perfect.
In a manner that brings to perfection. The advantage of a register relating to the asset is that if the debtor wishes to provide an asset as collateral, the proposed lender can swiftly check definitively whether the asset is encumbered or not. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages. A failure to make such a filing does not affect the validity of the security interest between the debtor and the secured party, but if the debtor goes into insolvent liquidation, the security interest is against the liquidator. In India, Section 125 of the Companies Act, 1956 provides that certain charges shall be void against liquidator or creditors unless registered. Our Constitution of 1787 was not a perfect instrument; it is not perfect yet. Exactness; as, to imitate a model to perfection.
And isn't a refuge; in fact, it feels way too conditional on performance. However, the position is complicated by the fact that many legal systems employ both, interchangeably. And pictures, which, even in an anatomical point of view, are perfection. Often used in English as an intensive perfect stranger, etc. Stables and neat-houses were the perfection of cleanliness and airiness. Generally speaking, once a security interest is effectively created, it gives certain rights to the holder of the security and imposes duties on the party who grants that security. As full, as perfect in a hair as heart.
No one who listened to her could doubt her perfect truthfulness and integrity. Other arrangements which constitute security in the loose sense of the word --- for instance, , , and --- need not in general be perfected in the legal sense. Unless it be to think that she is by And feed upon the shadow of perfection. Elwell Copyright © 1996 by Walter A. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing. Nor is it any objection to her being so, that she is not in all respects a perfect character.
A perfect flower, in botany, has both stamen and pistil, or at least another and stigma. Yet he calls believers to share in the derivative excellence that life in Christ bestows ;. Absolute perfection in a dictionary is rare. And that this is the truth may be seen by the countless plays that a most fertile wit of these kingdoms has written, with so much brilliancy, so much grace and gaiety, such polished versification, such choice language, such profound reflections, and in a word, so rich in eloquence and elevation of style, that he has filled the world with his fame; and yet, in consequence of his desire to suit the taste of the actors, they have not all, as some of them have, come as near perfection as they ought. The state of being perfect or complete, so that nothing requisite is wanting; as perfection in an art or science; perfection in a system of morals.