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“ In this instance, taking into account the range of measures Telstra has in place for mail campaigns, I consider that the one-off human error that occurred does not mean that Telstra failed to comply with its obligation to take reasonable steps to protect the personal information of its customers.
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For instance, in 1962, Bob Jones, Sr. warned the Greenville City Council that he had “ four hundred votes in his pocket and in any election he would have control over who would be elected .”
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.
For instance, a professor of formal logic called Chin Yueh-lin – who was then regarded as China ’ s leading authority on his subject – was induced to write: “ The new philosophy Marxism-Leninism, being scientific, is the supreme truth ”.
For instance, there is no instruction to load an arbitrary “ immediate ” value into an accumulator ( although memory reference instructions do encode such a value to form an effective address ).
In this latter instance it was apparently Jesus ’ brother James who spoke prominently in the assembly of “ the apostles and the older men ” at Jerusalem .— Adam Clarke, 1821, commentary on 5: 13, 22, 23.
For instance, therapists have used sentences like, “ Who is the boy helping ?” and “ What is the boy fixing ?” because both verbs are transitive-they require two arguments in the form of a subject and a direct object, but not necessarily an indirect object.
For instance, they interpret the exhortation to defend one ’ s faith “ with gentleness and reverence ” in 3: 15-16 as a response to Pliny executing Christians for the obstinate manner in which they professed to be Christians.
For instance, in two studies by the American Mosaic Project, racial inequality in the United States was framed as either “ Black Disadvantage ” or “ White Privilege .” When the term “ black disadvantage ” was used to describe racial inequality, white participants felt less collectively responsible for the harm done to the out-group, which lessened collective guilt.
Crowhurst et al., for instance, found that the “ Ozark subspecies ” denomination is insufficient for describing genetic ( and therefore evolutionary ) divergence within the Cryptobranchus genus in the Ozark region.
References to Lykaian Pan are especially abundant in Latin poetry, as for instance in Virgil ’ s epic, the Aeneid: “ Lupercal / Parrhasio dictum Panos de more Lycaei ,” “... the Lupercal, named after the Parrhasian worship of Lykaian Pan ,” and in Horace ’ s Odes: “ Velox amoenum saepe Lucretilem / mutat Lycaeo Faunus ,” “ Often swift Faunus exchanges Lykaion for pleasant Lucretilis .”
For instance Auckland Regional Transport Authority reports that “ over half of Aucklanders believe it is usually unsafe, or always unsafe, to cycle ”.
In Miles Gloriosus, for instance, the female concubine ’ s name, Philocomasium, translates to “ lover of a good party ”— which is quite apt when we learn about the tricks and wild ways of this prostitute.
For instance the Jewish text Pirqei R. Eliezer, depicts God as dividing the earth among Noah ‘ s sons, Shem, Ham, and Japhet, and attributing different skin colors to them ( literally, — blessing “ them with different skin colors ): light colored skin for the
See for instance: Marc Furstenau and Leslie MacAvoy, “ Terrence Malick's Heideggerian Cinema: War and the Question of Being in The Thin Red Line ” In The cinema of Terrence Malick: Poetic visions of America, 2nd ed.
The imaginary component in that instance however has not been introduced for the purpose of mathematical expediency but is in fact an inherent part of the “ wave ”.
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.
For instance, a “ 32-bit ” CPU may use 32 bits to be able to address 2 < sup > 32 </ sup > units of memory.
For instance, it is commonly suggested that the word percent ( or per cent ) be spelled out in all texts, as in “ 1 percent ” and not “ 1 %”.
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* According to a note of Isaac de Beausobre ’ s, Jean Hardouin accepted the first three of these, taking the four others for the initials of the Greek anthrōpoussōzōn hagiōi xylōi, “ saving mankind by the holy cross .”
Earnest P. “ Larry ” Pletch shot Carl Bivens, 39, a flight instructor who was offering Pletch lessons in a yellow Taylor Cub monoplane with tandem controls in the air after taking off in Brookfield, Missouri.
Latour notes that such social criticism has been appropriated by those he describes as conspiracy theorists, including global warming skeptics and the 9 / 11 Truth movement: “ Maybe I am taking conspiracy theories too seriously, but I am worried to detect, in those mad mixtures of knee-jerk disbelief, punctilious demands for proofs, and free use of powerful explanation from the social neverland, many of the weapons of social critique .” ( p. 230 )
It has been said that audience members would get so boisterous in the boxes, that actors would sometimes break character and yell something such as, “ keep it down in there !” On the contrary, there were audience members who could not physically handle the brutality of the actions taking place on stage.
This naming was followed up with many Gothic novels often set in Gothic buildings, with the action taking place in castles, abbeys, convents and monasteries, many of them in ruins, evoking “ feelings of fear, surprise, confinement ”.
Originally the word “ handfast ” came into English from Norse languages, and meant the act of sealing any bargain by taking hands.
What makes this mystery somewhat ironic is that the name " Imhotep " in Ancient Egyptian language translates to “ He who came in peace ,” underlining the way he came into the world, made his impact, and left it in peace taking all his genius work with him.
The second part of the 1st Critique is Kant ’ s examination of the rationalist claims to absolute knowledge, taking on the most famous of these, the ontological proof of God ’ s existence, and showing that he can, through pure, non-experiential logic, both prove the affirmative and the negative of a proposition about a “ noumenal object ” ( i. e. an object like “ God ” which can never be an object of direct experience for a contingent being ).
“ We never could stand each other, and instead of taking pressure off me, they put on even more by bringing Carlos Reutemann into the team .” Having announced his decision to quit Ferrari at season's end, Lauda left early due to the team's decision to run the then unknown Gilles Villeneuve in a third car at the Canadian Grand Prix.
What is considered “ normal ” is relative to the location of the culture in which the social interaction is taking place.
The first SLR cameras with internal (“ through-the-lens ” or “ TTL ”) meters ( e. g., the Pentax Spotmatic ) required that the lens be stopped down to the working aperture when taking a meter reading.
The Italian maestro, taking liberties with Ravel ’ s strict instructions, conducted the piece at a faster tempo and with an “ accelerando at the finish ”.
Were people to bear the full costs of their “ irrational beliefs ”, they would lobby for them optimally, taking into account both their instrumental consequences and their expressive appeal.
The Police Act of August 1976 set up a Police Complaints Board “ to formalise the procedure for dealing with public complaints .” The Education Act of November 1976 limited the taking up of independent and direct-grant school places and required all local authorities who had failed to do so “ to submit proposals for comprehensive schools ,” while the Housing ( Homeless Persons ) Act of 1977 extended local authority responsibility “ to provide accommodation for homeless people in their area ,” and instituted the right of homeless families to a permanent local authority tenancy.
Based on Cochrane's review the American Academy of Family Physicians ( AAFP ) recommends use of kava for patients with mild to moderate anxiety disorders who are not using alcohol or taking other medicines metabolized by the liver, but who wish to use “ natural ” remedies.
Where there is injustice that is perceived as posing a threat to survival, “ fear ( survival )- induced pre-emptive aggression ” will result in individuals taking whatever action necessary to be free from that threat.
Training focuses on the concept of “ decentering ,” which is the act of taking a present-focused and non-judgmental stance towards thoughts and feelings.
Originally taking part in Kommune 1, his comical take on revolutionary activity had him dubbed “ fun guerilla ” by the general public.
The marches played were often a special variety of the march known descriptively as “ Screamers ,” “ Two-Steps ,” and “ Cakewalks .” These marches served the purpose of exciting the crowd while circus acts were taking place.
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The Declaration announced the states ' entry into the international system ; the model treaty was designed to establish amity and commerce with other states ; and the Articles of Confederation, which established “ a firm league ” among the thirteen free and independent states, constituted an international agreement to set up central institutions for the conduct of vital domestic and foreign affairs.
Punch had a poem containing the words “ When Ivo comes back with the urn ” and when Ivo Bligh wiped out the defeat Lady Clarke, wife of Sir W. J. Clarke, who entertained the English so lavishly, found a little wooden urn, burnt a bail, put the ashes in the urn, and wrapping it in a red velvet bag, put it into her husband ’ s ( Ivo Bligh ’ s ) hands.
These rituals and beliefs eventually evolved over time into the vast array of “ developed ” religions.
Spencer believed that just as there were many varieties of beetles, respectively modified to existence in a particular place in nature, so too had human society “ spontaneously fallen into division of labour ”.
In addition Spencer though that as all intuitions grew they become evermore corrupted by the influence of power and money, eventually losing its “ original spirit, and sinks into a lifeless mechanism ”.
When told they were called " Anglii " ( Angles ), he replied with a Latin pun that translates well into English: “ Bene, nam et angelicam habent faciem, et tales angelorum in caelis decet esse coheredes ” (" It is well, for they have an angelic face, and such people ought to be co-heirs of the angels in heaven ").
Some have understood Ammianus's testimony as a claim that at the time of Atlantis's actual sinking into the sea, its inhabitants fled to western Europe ; but Ammianus in fact says that “ the Drasidae ( Druids ) recall that a part of the population is indigenous but others also migrated in from islands and lands beyond the Rhine " ( Res Gestae 15. 9 ), an indication that the immigrants came to Gaul from the north ( Britain, the Netherlands or Germany ), not from a theorized location in the Atlantic Ocean to the south-west.
The work contexts in which African-Americans sang songs comparable to shanties included: boat-rowing on rivers of the south-eastern U. S. and Caribbean ; the work of stokers or “ firemen ,” who cast wood into the furnaces of steamboats plying great American rivers ; and stevedoring on the U. S. eastern seaboard, the Gulf Coast, and the Caribbean — including " cotton-screwing ": the loading of ships with cotton in ports of the American South.
In the light of the blockage concerning the entry into force of the Ban amendment, Switzerland and Indonesia have launched a “ Country-led Initiative ” ( CLI ) to discuss in an informal manner a way forward to ensure that the transboundary movements of hazardous wastes, especially to developing countries and countries with economies in transition, do not lead to an unsound management of hazardous wastes.
: And he used to repeat that sentence from St. Paul “ It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God ,” and many other verses of Scripture, urging us thereby to awake from the slumber of the soul by thinking in good time of our last hour.
Its stated goal was “ to destroy the Russian forces deployed in the West and to prevent their escape into the wide-open spaces of Russia .” A key factor was the surprise attack which included the near annihilation of the total Soviet airforce by simultaneous attacks on airfields.
These symbols may be placed above any other symbol, turning it respectively into a “ thing ”, an “ action ”, and an “ evaluation ”:
An Act of Parliament passed in the year 1563, entitled “ An Act for the Translating of the Bible and the Divine Service into the Welsh Tongue ,” ordered that the Old and New Testament, together with the Book of Common Prayer, were to be translated into Welsh.
In 1999, John Earman and Jesús Mosterín published a thorough critical review of inflationary cosmology, concluding that “ we do not think that there are, as yet, good grounds for admitting any of the models of inflation into the standard core of cosmology ”.
A footnote in the New American Bible says: “ Some scholars take the call be eunuchs for the sake of heaven to be meant for those who have been divorced by their spouses and who have refused to enter into another marriage ” ( p. 1041 ).
Displacement chromatography has advantages over elution chromatography in that components are resolved into consecutive zones of pure substances rather than “ peaks ”.
Later on, during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, this French revolutionary principle – though not of course its specific way to identify the “ general will ” – percolated into first Socialist and then Fascist political thinking.
Cumry is an evoluted form of the Old Welsh, with an assimilation of to first, the second element brogi changed into bro “ country ” in Modern Welsh.
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.
Sending antiaircraft missiles into Cuba, he reasoned, “ made sense only if Moscow intended to use them to shield a base for ballistic missiles aimed at the United States .” On August 10, he wrote a memo to President Kennedy in which he guessed that the Soviets were preparing to introduce ballistic missiles into Cuba.