Meanwhile, the Libyan government was not the only Libyan entity to come under scrutiny in the report.
These traders—like John Paulson—just shuffle existing value from one entity to another; they don't build net value.
The appearance was a bit of an inside joke, but also a reminder that the U.S. version was its own entity.
A single Israeli-Palestinian entity is at least as possible as two states existing side-by-side in peace.
If someone wants to ensure a direct and secure connection, no entity, whether a hotel or otherwise, should be able to block it.
(All things are dependent to the entity of God for their existence, and there is no independent particle whatever).
If it is an entity, what right have its makers to control it and use it as a tool?
All of what man has termed sense was merged in the sole consciousness of entity, and in the one abiding sentiment of duration.
entity means thing or being; hence a nonentity is no thing or nothing.
Whatever this entity might be, an entity it was, entirely distinct from his own conscious or subconscious mind.
1590s, from Late Latin entitatem (nominative entitas), from ens (genitive entis) "a thing," proposed by Caesar as present participle of esse "be" (see is), to render Greek philosophical term to on "that which is" (from neuter of present participle of einai "to be;" see essence). Originally abstract; concrete sense in English is from 1620s.