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( If you're working in a formal system that doesn't allow you to introduce new symbols after proving theorems, then you will have to use relation symbols to get around this, as in the next section.
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If and you're
If you're lyin' out in the hammock at night, and it gets kinda cool -- you know -- you just take these sides with the fringe on -- see -- and wrap 'em right over you.
The photographer considered the impromptu self-introduction a prank and angrily answered his caller with the riposte, " If you're Charlie Chaplin, I'm Franklin Roosevelt!
Thus, in 1964, in A Hard Day's Night, John Lennon mischievously taunts the road manager with the line “ If you're gonna have a barney, can I hold your coat ?".
If both of you do the same kind of stuff, and you're always talking shop — is that healthy for a relationship?
Another notable reference is in the third X-Men film, when asked by Callisto: " If you're so proud of being a mutant, then where's your mark?
In 2002, psychologist Richard Wiseman and colleagues at the University of Hertfordshire, UK, finished a year-long LaughLab experiment, concluding that of all animals, ducks attract the most humor and silliness ; he said, " If you're going to tell a joke involving an animal, make it a duck.
In the Panchatantra, stories are introduced as didactic analogies, with the frame story referring to these stories with variants of the phrase " If you're not careful, that which happened to the louse and the flea will happen to you.
The lyrics, " If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair ", inspired thousands of young people from all over the world to travel to San Francisco, sometimes wearing flowers in their hair and distributing flowers to passersby, earning them the name, " Flower Children ".
Commercial director Duncan Reid of Ingenious explains the business savvy of the deal, saying, " If you're paying a small distribution fee and covering your own marketing costs, you enjoy the lion's share of the proceeds of the album.
If you're walking on snow and it squeaks, chances are the temperature / humidity level won't form a snowball, because squeaking means that the snow is dry.
On August 22, 1989, he became Nolan Ryan's 5, 000th strikeout victim, but Henderson took an odd delight in the occurrence, saying, " If you haven't been struck out by Nolan Ryan, you're nobody.
* In Sleeping with Sirens's 2010 With ears to see and eyes to hear, there is a song called " If I'm James Dean, you're Audrey Hepburn ".
If and working
If working in a zinc mine, which he once did for 87-1/2 cents an hour, paid more than playing center field for the Yankees, Mantle would work in a zinc mine.
If so, they may have originally comprised residual Celtic elements in central eastern Europe such as the Cotini, who formed a Celtic enclave in the Germanic-speaking zone and are described by Tacitus as iron-ore miners working as tributaries of the powerful Quadi Germanic people.
If the player tried to summon the Implementers, the game would suddenly produce a vision of Dave Lebling and Marc Blank at their computers, surprised at this " bug " in the game and working feverishly to fix it.
If testing showed that the central processing unit was working but the FPU was defective, the FPU's power and bus connections were destroyed with a laser and the chip was sold cheaper as an SX ; if the FPU worked it was sold as a DX.
If you harvest products you must get a period of 24 hours off after working up to 72 hours in a seven-day period.
If the fluid being measured is significantly dense, hydrostatic corrections may have to be made for the height between the moving surface of the manometer working fluid and the location where the pressure measurement is desired except when measuring differential pressure of a fluid ( for example across an orifice plate or venturi ), in which case the density ρ should be corrected by subtracting the density of the fluid being measured.
If the vendor fails to respond or shuts down communication with the reporter of the problem in more than five working days, the reporter should disclose the issue to the general community.
If used in a business application, synergy means that teamwork will produce an overall better result than if each person within the group were working toward the same goal individually.
One of Edison's famous quotations about his attempts to make the light globe suggest that perhaps Tesla was right about Edison's methods of working: " If I find 10, 000 ways something won't work, I haven't failed.
If a mutation occurs in the second copy of the VHL gene, the cell will have no working copies of the gene and will produce no functional VHL protein.
If all four resistor values and the supply voltage () are known, and the resistance of the galvanometer is high enough that is negligible, the voltage across the bridge () can be found by working out the voltage from each potential divider and subtracting one from the other.
If a fully working design document is present ( as is the intent of Big Design Up Front and the waterfall model ), new team members or even entirely new teams should be able to familiarize themselves by reading the documents.
If both have the working end passing over the standing line, slide the second loop underneath the first one.
If you made both loops with the working end under the standing line, slide the second loop over the first one.
If the connection to the main controller is interrupted, such readers stop working or function in a degraded mode.
If the demands of an organization with which psychologists are affiliated or for whom they are working are in conflict with this Ethics Code, psychologists clarify the nature of the conflict, make known their commitment to the Ethics Code, and take reasonable steps to resolve the conflict consistent with the General Principles and Ethical Standards of the Ethics Code.
If, by unfortunate means, non-magical people do happen to observe the working of magic, the Ministry of Magic sends Obliviators to cast Memory Charms upon them — causing them to forget the event.
In May 1951, in Genetic Psychology Monographs volume 43, page 204, Anne Roe gives a transcript of an interview ( part of a Thematic Apperception Test, asking impressions on a photograph ) with Theoretical Physicist number 3: "... As for himself he realized that this was the inexorable working of the second law of the thermodynamics which stated Murphy's law ‘ If anything can go wrong it will ’.
If a fixed loop is used repeatedly for tying the trucker's hitch in the same portion of rope, excessive wear or other damage may be suffered by the portion of the loop which working end slides against.
* WPA Blues, a 1937 song by Casey Bill Weldon, also recorded by Huddie " Leadbelly " Ledbetter: " Everybody's working in this town / And it's worrying me night and day / If that means working too / Have to work for the WPA "