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* Conversely, a single common name often applies to multiple species of fishes.
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Conversely and single
Conversely, the defensive team will know that the offense has to cover a good deal of ground in a single play, will expect a forward pass, and will know from earlier study something of the propensities of the offense they face.
Conversely, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean do not have single words for a thousand to the second, third, fifth power, etc., unlike English and many other European languages.
Conversely, Baptists are underrepresented, a reflection of their quite recent expansion in numbers ; there has been only one Roman Catholic president, although they are currently the largest single denomination, and there have been no Lutheran, Pentecostal, or Latter Day Saint presidents.
Conversely, in more common Japanese martial arts ( such as karate ), ranks are gained after passing a single test, and practitioners of karate are not normally demoted, even after repeated poor performances at tournaments.
Conversely, if the observed object is motionless, one may wish to acquire images at the highest possible spatial resolution without regard to the time required to acquire a single image.
Conversely, a single email address may be an alias and have a distribution function to many mailboxes.
Conversely, the United States, which did not enter the war until December 7, 1941, following the Attack on Pearl Harbor, instituted the Selective Service Act on September 14, 1940 and extended it by a single vote the following year.
Conversely, when applied to a single stage, where the propellant mass fraction calculation doesn't include the payload, a higher propellant mass fraction corresponds to a more efficient design, since there is less non-propellant mass.
* Conversely, a letter or group of letters can correspond to different phonemes in different contexts ( as th does in English ; originally this stood for a single phoneme, which then split ).
Conversely, Y-adapter cables are available that allow two separate joysticks to be connected to a single DA15 game adapter port ; if a joystick connected to one of these Y-adapters has more than two axes or buttons, only the first two of each will work.
Conversely, converting from an integer representation to a floating-point one can also lose precision, since the floating-point type may be unable to represent the integer exactly ( for example, might be an IEEE 754 single precision type, which cannot represent the integer 16777217 exactly, while a 32-bit integer type can ).
Conversely, complete dentures or full dentures are worn by patients who are missing all of the teeth in a single arch ( i. e. the maxillary ( upper ) or mandibular ( lower ) arch ).
Conversely, in February 2012, SB Nation columnist Travis Hughs said that " Key Arena is so poorly designed for hockey that even a single season there would be unacceptable ", referring to the arrangement of seating on only one end of the rink, a consequence of the renovation favoring basketball-type bleacher arrangements-the same problems with sight lines that caused the Thunderbirds to negotiate for a new arena nearby.
Conversely, the study found that male humpback whales were attracted to a single operating airgun as they were believed to have confused the low-frequency sound with that of whale breaching behaviour.
Conversely, a license for a pistol or a rifle is relatively easy to obtain, although the police usually require that the first gun is suitable for a beginner ( usually a gun chambered in. 22LR or single shot shotgun ).
Conversely, an area of the game that drew criticism was the single player campaign, which many reviewers found to be too short and unchallenging.
Conversely, Single sign-off is the property whereby a single action of signing out terminates access to multiple software systems.
Conversely, iteration may give the appearance of points diverging away from a single point ; this would be the case for an unstable fixed point.
Conversely, synthetic languages often combine many lexical morphemes into single words, making it difficult to boil them down to the traditional sense of words found more easily in analytic languages ; this is especially difficult for polysynthetic languages, such as Inuktitut and Ubykh, where entire sentences may consist of a single word.
Conversely, most minerals are anisotropic which produces birefringence or double refraction of light entering the material in all directions other than an optic axis ( a direction of single refraction in a doubly refractive material ).
Conversely, if the probing stylus enters a film thick enough to have several layers of nodules so it cannot be spread laterally, or if it enters on top of a cobblestone in a single layer, then it will measure not only the real hardness of the diamond bonding, but an apparent hardness even greater because the internal compressive stress in those nodules would provide further resistance to penetration of the material by the stylus.
Conversely and common
Conversely, for common land, it is the surrounding landowners ' responsibility to fence the common's livestock out.
Conversely, White-tailed Deer are a common site in the woods and along the highway coming into town from the east from Lake Inguadona.
Conversely, older fonts may have the normal numeral glyph at the uppercase codepoint U + 03DE, while this position may be filled with any of several less common glyphs in newer ones.
Conversely, the vacuum brake had the advantage of gradual release long before the Westinghouse automatic air brake, which was originally only available in the direct-release form still common in freight service.
Conversely, records which originate from a common source ( or fonds ) should be kept together – preferably physically, but, where that is not practicable, certainly intellectually in the way in which they are catalogued and arranged in finding aids – in accordance with what is sometimes termed the principle of archival integrity.
Conversely, a business selling more luxurious, often expensive, or only occasionally purchased products — like cars — may find sales are more common with a physical presence, due to the more considered nature of the purchasing decision, though they may still offer online product information.
Conversely, if such changes were common in unseeded systems, it would throw doubt on the very hypothesis and assumptions driving Project Stormfury.
Conversely, in Hindu art, narrative scenes have become rather more common in recent centuries, especially in miniature paintings of the lives of Krishna and Rama.
Conversely, if reason is made subservient to scripture, then, Spinoza argues, " the prejudices of a common people of long ago ... will gain a hold on his understanding and darken it.
Conversely, though the situation is less common, pay will be deducted as excess leave on separation if too many days were taken.
Conversely, surviving examples of valid postally used postage due stamps tied together by a dated cancellation or other postal markings with a postage stamp on cover are less common and are sought after by a philatelists.
Conversely, if f is also an inclusion the attaching construction is to simply glue X and Y together along their common subspace.
: Conversely, the European Minister of Defence, might with the authorization of the Council of Ministers, place at the disposal of a participating government a part of its national forces comprised in the European force, for the purpose of meeting requirements other than those of common defense.
Conversely, his villainous personality tends to be that of one who is hardline or militant straight edge, exemplifying the elitist attitudes and superiority complexes — defined by Punk's common mantra during villainous-themed promos that, because he is straight edge, he is " better than you ".
Conversely, a common way to gauge whether the phrase is atelic is to see whether such a phrase as for an hour ( a time-span adverbial ) can be applied to it.