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applies and forward
The Z-axis is always forward ( Tait-Bryan angles ) and the right-hand rule applies.
After that, the rendezvous applies a Distributed Hash Table ( DHT ) function so that it can forward the index to another peer in the RPV list.
To counter a stall the pilot pushes the stick forward, or applies power, or does both.
The wrestler applies a cobra clutch and then leaps forward, falling into a sitting position and driving the face of the opponent into the ground.
With the wrestler's back to the opponent, he / she applies a three-quarter facelock ( also known as a cravate ), kneels down, and then pulls the opponent forward, flipping them over his / her shoulder down to the mat, back first.
With the wrestler's back to the opponent, he / she applies a three-quarter facelock and then pulls the opponent forward, flipping them over his / her shoulder, before turning to land in a neckbreaker.
The previous discussion normally applies only to the forward gears.
A bulldog is a move in which the wrestler applies a headlock or face lock to his opponent and leaps forward, so that the wrestler lands on his back or in a sitting position, driving the opponent ’ s face into the mat.
It usually applies to forward currency contracts, options and other derivatives, interest payable or receivable.
The Arrow – Debreu model applies to economies with maximally complete markets, in which there exists a market for every time period and forward prices for every commodity at all time periods and in all places.
William of Ockham, who lived during the time of the novel, first put forward the principle known as " Ockham's Razor ": often summarised as the dictum that one should always accept as most likely the simplest explanation that accounts for all the facts ( a method used by William of Baskerville in the novel ), which William applies in a manner analogous to that in which Sherlock Holmes applies his familiar ( and arguably related ) dictum that when one has eliminated the impossible, whatever remains – however improbable – must be the truth.

applies and ;
For example Connecticut applies the following standard to review unpreserved claims: 1. the record is adequate to review the alleged claim of error ; 2. the claim is of constitutional magnitude alleging the violation of a fundamental right ; 3. the alleged constitutional violation clearly exists and clearly deprived the defendant of a fair trial ; 4. if subject to harmless error analysis, the state has failed to demonstrate harmlessness of the alleged constitutional violation beyond a reasonable doubt.
) Conservation of angular momentum applies to J, but not to L or S ; for example, the spin – orbit interaction allows angular momentum to transfer back and forth between L and S, with the total remaining constant.
The Oxford English Dictionary applies the term to English " as spoken or written in the British Isles ; esp the forms of English usual in Great Britain ", reserving " Hiberno-English " for the " English language as spoken and written in Ireland ".
In other words, if an ' uninhabited ' or ' infidel ' territory is colonized by Britain, then the English law automatically applies in this territory from the moment of colonization ; however if the colonized territory has a pre-existing legal system, the native law would apply ( effectively a form of indirect rule ) until formally superseded by the English law, through Royal Prerogative subjected to the Westminster Parliament.
Likewise, Barsaive gets a complete treatment, and the chapters contain a lot of log entries and stories in addition to the setting descriptions ; the same applies also to Horrors and Dragons.
At this point this system only applies to select EverQuest II servers ; none of the pre-Station Exchange EverQuest II or EverQuest servers are affected.
Some jurisdictions classify as violent certain property crimes involving a strong likelihood of psychological trauma to the property owner ; for example, Virginia treats both common-law burglary ( the breaking and entering of a dwelling house at night with the intent to commit larceny, assault and battery, or any felony therein ) and statutory burglary ( breaking and entering with further criminal intent but without the dwelling-house or time elements, such that the definition applies to break-ins at any time and of businesses as well as of dwelling houses ) as felonies.
* on heavy trucks ; this applies to one version of the RT-2UTTH Topol M which may be deployed from a self-propelled mobile launcher, capable of moving through roadless terrain, and launching a missile from any point along its route
* mobile launchers on rails ; this applies, for example, to РТ-23УТТХ " Молодец " ( RT-23UTTH " Molodets "— SS-24 " Sсаlреl ")
This applies to the I-indexed diagrams in the category of R-modules, with R a commutative ring ; it is not necessarily true in an arbitrary abelian category ( see Roos ' " Derived functors of inverse limits revisited " for examples of abelian categories in which lim ^ n, on diagrams indexed by a countable set, is nonzero for n > 1 ).
Haredi applies to a populace that can be roughly divided into three separate groups along both ethnic and ideological lines: ( 1 ) " Lithuanian " ( non-hasidic ) haredim of Ashkenazic origin ; ( 2 ) Hasidic haredim of Ashkenazic origin ; and ( 3 ) Sephardic haredim.
Jerome held that chapter eight describes the activity of Antiochus Epiphanes, who is understood as a " type " of a future antichrist ; 11: 24 onwards applies primarily to a future antichrist but was partially fulfilled by Antiochus.
* New grain ( chadash ): in Leviticus 23: 14 the Bible prohibits newly grown grain ( planted after Passover the previous year ) until the second day of Passover ; there is debate as to whether this law applies to grain grown outside the Land of Israel
A specific subdivision of this law is kil ' ei ha-kerem, the prohibition of planting any grain of vegetable near a grapevine ; this law applies throughout the world, and one may not derive benefit from the produce
The court found that the union, had it offered assistance to the plaintiff, would be in violation of its duty to protect the tenure of the accused member, and this judgment remains the precedent for cases in which union members who make complaints to the employer of racist or sexist harassment against member ( s ) of the same union cannot obtain union advice or assistance ; this applies irrespective of the merit of the complaint.
The jail house informant exception applies to situations where the suspect does not know that he is speaking to a state-agent ; either a police officer posing as a fellow inmate, a cellmate working as an agent for the state or a family member or friend who has agreed to cooperate with the state in obtaining incriminating information.
In a modern context, " melancholy " applies only to the mental or emotional symptoms of depression or despondency ; historically, " melancholia " could be physical as well as mental, and melancholic conditions were classified as such by their common cause rather than by their properties.
" And while the conjecture may one day be solved, the argument applies to similar unsolved problems ; to Brouwer, the law of the excluded middle was tantamount to assuming that every mathematical problem has a solution.
Interestingly, the halting paradox still applies to such machines ; although they determine whether particular Turing machines will halt on particular inputs, they cannot determine, in general, if machines equivalent to themselves will halt.
This resonance applies only to bodies on highly inclined orbits ; as a consequence, such orbits tend to be unstable, since the growing eccentricity would result in small pericenters, typically leading to a collision or ( for large moons ) destruction by tidal forces.
Section 1 applies in relation to a person acting as an intermediary as it applies in relation to a person lawfully sworn as an interpreter in a judicial proceeding ; and for this purpose, where a person acts as an intermediary in any proceeding which is not a judicial proceeding for the purposes of section 1, that proceeding must be taken to be part of the judicial proceeding in which the witness ’ s evidence is given.

applies and both
The royalty applies to both principal and interest, but it never exceeds 5 percent.
There is however a single General Administrative Law Act (" Algemene wet bestuursrecht " or Awb ) that applies both to the making of administrative decisions and the judicial review of these decisions in courts.
In the Anglican Communion, the term applies to a bishop who is a full-time assistant to a diocesan bishop: the Bishop of Warwick is suffragan to the Bishop of Coventry ( the diocesan ), though both live in Coventry.
However, in most areas the ordinary legislative procedure applies meaning both Council and Parliament share legislative and budgetary powers equally, meaning both have to agree for a proposal to pass.
The new NCAA rule applies to penalties on both sides of the ball.
The latter applies only to Platform competitions, whereas the other five apply to both Springboard and Platform.
In the United Kingdom, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and other areas whose cultures were recently linked to the UK, the title Doctor generally applies in both the academic and clinical fields.
This would be player B, but the same applies for him: he has activated only 1 knight, but both of his cities are metropolises.
The term Edda ( Old Norse Edda, plural Eddur ) applies to the Old Norse Poetic Edda and Prose Edda, both of which were written down in Iceland during the 13th century in Icelandic, although they contain material from earlier traditional sources, reaching into the Viking Age.
The Erlang B formula applies to loss systems, such as telephone systems on both fixed and mobile networks, which do not provide traffic buffering, and are not intended to do so.
Today, however, game theory applies to a wide range of class relations, and has developed into an umbrella term for the logical side of science, to include both human and non-humans, like computers.
This applies both at the individual level and at the universal level.
In this case, the analogy applies both to the form of the words and to their meaning: in each pair, the first word means " one of X ", while the second " two or more of X ", and the difference is always the plural form-s affixed to the second word, signaling the key distinction between singular and plural entities.
This applies both to existing words and to new ones.
One extreme is predicate nominalism, which states that Fluffy and Kitzler, for example, are both cats simply because the predicate ' is a cat ' applies to both of them.
Resemblance nominalists believe that ' cat ' applies to both cats because Fluffy and Kitzler resemble an exemplar cat closely enough to be classed together with it as members of its kind, or that they differ from each other ( and other cats ) quite less than they differ from other things, and this warrants classing them together.
This applies to both men and women.
Often, precisely the prisoner's dilemma scenario applies: it is in the interest of both suspects to confess and testify against the other suspect, irrespective of the innocence of the accused.
Of all QMS regimes, the ISO 9000 family of standards is probably the most widely implemented worldwide-the ISO 19011 audit regime applies to both, and deals with quality and sustainability and their integration.
In particular this applies to both Hinduism and Islam.

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