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“ He seems a completely reasonable man when discussing the Middle East or energy policy, but when the conversation shifts to Chechnya or Islamic extremism, Putin ’ s eyes turn to those of a killer .”
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Although the term “ biochemistry ” seems to have been first used in 1882, it is generally accepted that the formal coinage of biochemistry occurred in 1903 by Carl Neuberg, a German chemist.
Skeat “… in at least three cases and probably in all, in the form of codices " and he theorized that this form of notebook was invented in Rome and then “… must have spread rapidly to the Near East …” In his discussion of one of the earliest pagan parchment codices to survive from Oxyrhynchus in Egypt, Eric Turner seems to challenge Skeat ’ s notion when stating “… its mere existence is evidence that this book form had a prehistory ” and that “ early experiments with this book form may well have taken place outside of Egypt .” Early codices of parchment or papyrus appear to have been widely used as personal notebooks, for instance in recording copies of letters sent ( Cicero Fam.
“ The earliest decree in which the children clerics were declared to be slaves and never to be enfranchised seems to have been a canon of the Synod of Pavia in 1018.
In 1790, at least, “ the powers of the court of king's bench vested in the supreme court of Pennsylvania .” As for the dissolution of corporations, there seems not to have been much question that a corporation might “ surrender its legal existence into the hands of that power, from which it was received.
Derrida warns against considering deconstruction as a mechanical operation when he states that “ It is true that in certain circles ( university or cultural, especially in the United States ) the technical and methodological “ metaphor ” that seems necessarily attached to the very word “ deconstruction ” has been able to seduce or lead astray .” Commentator Richard Beardsworth explains that
He notes that “ to suppose that the eye ... could have been formed by natural selection, seems, I freely confess, absurd in the highest possible degree ”.
Snorri ’ s own usage, however, seems to fit the looser sense: “ Snorri uses the term " kenning " to refer to a structural device, whereby a person or object is indicated by a periphrastic description containing two or more terms ( which can be a noun with one or more dependent genitives or a compound noun or a combination of these two structures )” ( Faulkes ( 1998 a ), p. xxxiv ).
In spite of this, it seems that “ many poets did not object to and some must have preferred baroque juxtapositions of unlike kennings and neutral or incongruous verbs in their verses ” ( Foote & Wilson ( 1970 ), p. 332 ).
The main interface with computers seems to be the screen, and the references to “ punching up ” a file suggest a touchscreen.
In Falling Free, each student has a “ scribble board ” which automatically transcribes the words of a lecture, and one has a “ lap board ” which seems to be a laptop.
Sir John Call, member of Parliament and the Royal Society, and former chief engineer of the East India Company, stated the advantages of Norfolk Island in a proposal for colonization he put to the Home Office in August 1784: “ This Island has an Advantage not common to New Caledonia, New Holland and New Zealand by not being inhabited, so that no Injury can be done by possessing it to the rest of Mankind … there seems to be nothing wanting but Inhabitants and Cultivation to make it a delicious Residence.
The passage seems intended to rile up the audience, beginning with hostis tibi adesse, or “ the foe is near at hand ”.
Moore says that, “ references to Roman locales must have been stunning for they are not merely references to things Roman, but the most blatant possible reminders that the production occurs in the city of Rome .” So, Plautus seems to have choreographed his plays somewhat true-to-life.
With this in mind, Cockburn ’ s claim seems valid: “ The U. S. problem with the contras was that they were by and large the very same group who had been trained by the United States to protect the interests of the Somozas.
Although Verdi had accepted the need to remove the first act, it seems that he changed his mind and allowed a performance on 29 December 1886 in Modena which presented the “ Fontainebleau ’’ first act along with the revised 4-act version.
This is close to the notion of " tit for tat " introduced by Anatol Rapoport, although there still seems a slight distinction in that " tit for tat " cooperates in the first period and from thereon always replicates an opponent ’ s previous action, whereas “ reciprocal altruists ” stop cooperation in the first instance of non-cooperation by an opponent and stay non-cooperative from thereon.
When questioned about his decision to recall Parlement Louis made a comment that, “ It may be considered politically unwise, but it seems to me to be the general wish and I want to be loved .” In spite of his indecisiveness, Louis was determined to be a good king, stating that he " must always consult public opinion ; it is never wrong.
“ it seems indisputable that the high priority the Labour Government gave to expenditure on education and the health service had a favourable effect on income distribution .”
The fact that no other people or objects are mentioned seems to limit the “ commitment ” of the sentence.
Since these variables do not stand for individual objects, it seems we are “ ontologically committed ” to entities other than individuals — sets, classes, and so on.
“ and completely
During his term as Vice President, George H. W. Bush was first depicted as completely invisible, his words emanating from a little “ voice box ” in the air.
Each deconstruction is necessarily different ( otherwise it achieves no work ) and this is why Derrida states that “ Deconstruction takes place, it is an event .” On the other hand, deconstruction cannot be completely untranscendental because this would make it meaningless to, for example, speak of two different examples of deconstruction as both being examples of deconstruction.
That ability would seem to be at odds with early epiphenomenalism, which according to Huxley is the broad claim that consciousness is “ completely without any power … as the steam-whistle which accompanies the work of a locomotive engine is without influence upon its machinery ”.
In his patent application of 6 February 1959, Kilby described his new device as “ a body of semiconductor material ... wherein all the components of the electronic circuit are completely integrated .” The first customer for the new invention was the US Air Force.
He is quoted as commenting on his earlier period works as, “ there are among them a few things that are not completely worthless.
Two-dimensional video has been replaced, apparently completely, by “ holovids ” in three dimensions.
In January 2007, commercial fishing interests sued the United States in the Court of Federal Claims alleging that, under the Takings Clause, the Interior Department regulation had “ directly confiscated, taken, and rendered wholly and completely worthless ” their purported property interests.
Menaechmi, on the other hand, “ is almost completely lacking in a supernatural dimension .” A character in Plautus ’ play would never blame an inconvenient situation on witchcraft — something that is quite common in Shakespeare.
Ferenczi tried to distinguish between several different types of homosexuality, basing his distinctions on an unspecified number of patients whose analyses had sometimes lasted for a short period and sometimes “ a whole year and even longer .” Ferenczi hoped to cure some kinds of homosexuality completely, but was content in practice with reducing what he considered gay men's hostility to women, along with the urgency of their homosexual desires, and with helping them to become attracted to and potent with women.
According to Benjamin, these drafts were astonishing for “ the precision of their materialist deciphering ,” as well as the way in which “ musical facts … had been made socially transparent in a way that was completely new to me .” In his Wagner study, the thesis later to characterize Dialectic of Enlightenment — man's domination of nature — first emerges.
* May 9 – WWII: In the Ukrainian city of Sevastopol, Soviet troops completely drive out German forces, who had been ordered by Hitler to “ fight to the last man .”
It was clear Putnam was not willing to withdraw completely from the world of librarianship, stating “ I would willingly surrender the administration, if that course would serve the interest of the library and I could feel assured as to my successor .” Putnam provided the suggestion of “ Librarian Emeritus ” be developed as his new official title, with an honorarium of one-half of his original salary.
As Catherine the Great ’ s advisor Potemkin posited, this adoration was due to the fact that she was “ the only woman who looked truly fine, and completely a man … As she was tall and powerful, male attire suited her .” Though the balls were by far her most personally beloved and lavish events, Elizabeth often threw children ’ s birthday parties and wedding receptions for those affiliated with her Court, going so far as to provide dowries for each of her ladies-in-waiting.
It also refers to other completely unrelated mammals of Australia and southern Africa which have also evolved the mole body plan ; it is not commonly used for some talpids, such as desmans and shrew-moles, which do not fit the common definition of “ mole ”, as well.
In Fish ’ s source the term is explained as “ the idea that it is possible to characterize a linguistic system that every speaker shares .” In the context of literary criticism, Fish uses this concept to argue that a reader ’ s approach to a text is not completely subjective, and that an internalized understanding of language shared by the native speakers of that given language makes possible the creation of normative boundaries for one ’ s experience with language.
Henderson note, “ To those who are not completely disillusioned by the work of their predecessors, the disqualification of the Piltdown skull changes little in the broad evolutionary pattern.
However, Mondt discovered a solution that would completely transform the industry, as he convinced Lewis and Sandow to implement a new form of wrestling that combined features of boxing, Greco-Roman, freestyle, lumber-camp fighting, and theater into what he deemed “ Slam Bang Western-Style Wrestling .” He then formed a promotion with wrestler Ed Lewis and his manager Billy Sandow.
Probably no invention connected with firearms has wrought such changes in the principle of gun construction as those effected by the “ expansive cartridge case .” This invention has completely revolutionized the art of gun making, has been successfully applied to all descriptions of firearms, and has produced a new and important industry: that of cartridge manufacture.
Other varieties used include the “ espadín ,” the “ arroquense ” and the “ tobalá .” The first two are completely cultivated species but the third is of wild origins.
While men from North Stonington joined several Connecticut Regiments during the Civil War, the best-known of these was the 21st Regiment of Connecticut Volunteers because its “ G ” company consisted completely of North Stonington residents.