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*" Homo -" prefix may be used in organic chemistry trivial names to indicate next higher straight chain homolog i. e. one noncyclic carbon more ( and similarly " dihomo -" meaning two noncyclic carbon more ), and is opposite of the prefix " Nor -" which usually means one noncyclic carbon less.
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*" Der Unterkiefer des Homo heidelbergensis aus den Sanden von Mauer bei Heidelberg " ( The lower jaw of the Homo heidelbergensis out of the sands of Mauer near Heidelberg ).
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The Spanish word " buscar " in turn evolved from the Indo-European word *" bhudh-skō " ( to win, conquer ) via the Celtic word " boudi -" ( victory ).
*" and prefix
*" and may
*" Whatever may not properly be done in public is forbidden even in the most secret chamber " ( Shabbat 64b ).
*" A father should never prefer one child above another ; the example of Joseph shows what evil results may follow therefrom ".
*" The Almighty has not created the universe that we may have opportunities to satisfy our greed, envy and ambition.
*" Zi Gong asked, saying, " Is there one word that may serve as a rule of practice for all one's life?
*" Sport taekwondo " has developed in the decades since the 1950s and may have a somewhat different focus, especially in terms of its emphasis on speed and competition ( as in Olympic sparring ).
*" To show as much as may be at a glance, the whole belly for instance, and afterwards to subdivide the parts according to their positions and relations.
*" Response " is necessarily defined by the assessed security requirements of an individual system and may cover the range from simple upgrade of protections to notification of legal authorities, counter-attacks, and the like.
*" Moreover, as America becomes an increasingly multi-cultural society, it may find it more difficult to fashion a consensus on foreign policy issues, except in the circumstance of a truly massive and widely perceived direct external threat.
*" I think on the domestic front, there's one issue that is dear to my heart because it is related to foreign policy, though it may not strike you as necessary as the most important.
*" It shall be lawful for His Most Gracious Majesty by His Royal Proclamation under the Great Seal of the Realm, issued within six months after the passing of this Act, to make such alteration in the style and titles at present appertaining to the Crown as to His Majesty may seem fit ";
*" jadi "-happened, succeeded ( derived from the Malay word ' jadi ', and may sometimes mean ' so ' as in, " Jadi?
*" I sense an older male figure in your life, who wants you to know whilst you may have had disagreements in your life, he still loved you.
*" The flaming star, which, when turned upside down, is the sign of the goat of Black Magic, whose head may be drawn in the star, the two horns at the top, the ears to the right and left, the beard at the bottom.
*" Border checks " means the checks carried out at border crossing points, to ensure that persons, including their means of transport and the objects in their possession, may be authorised to enter the territory [...] or authorised to leave it ( Article 2 sec.
*" What the Devil ", ( 1942 ), about two motorists menaced by a truck whose driver they cannot see, may have later inspired Steven Spielberg's TV movie Duel, adapted by Richard Matheson from his own short story.
*" Underwater " may appear as a possible computer-translation misrendering of Unterwasser, a village in Switzerland
An elite unit that produces a Leader ( see Combat ) may be renamed by the player and is thereafter designated as an " Elite *" unit ( rather than merely " Elite "); however, this has no effect on the unit's competency in battle.
*" Among some talk of you and me " may be a reference to Quatrain 32 of Edward FitzGerald's first translation of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (" There was a Door to which I found no Key / There was a Veil past which I could not see / Some little Talk awhile of ME and THEE / There seemed-and then no more of THEE and ME.
*" There is a recognized abstract principle, however, that may be taken as a postulate for testing whether particular state legislation in the absence of action by Congress is beyond state power.
*" and be
*" Man will be called to account for having deprived himself of the good things which the world offered " ( Jerusalem Talmud Kiddushin end ).
*" It is impossible to live a pleasant life without living wisely and well and justly ( agreeing ' neither to harm nor be harmed '), and it is impossible to live wisely and well and justly without living a pleasant life.
*" The coalition also opposed Senate ratification of the Kyoto Protocol that would assign such stringent targets for lowering greenhouse gas emissions that economic growth in the U. S. would be severely hampered and energy prices for consumers would skyrocket.
*" Randomized trials have shown hypnosis to be of value in asthma and in irritable bowel syndrome [...]"
*" One in Three Hundred " ( 1954 ) by J. T. McIntosh relates the discovery there will be a great increase in the Sun's solar output causing the Earth's oceans to boil away.
*" A fundamental rule of statutory construction requires that every part of a statute be presumed to have some effect, and not be treated as meaningless unless absolutely necessary.
*" In assessing statutory language, unless words have acquired a peculiar meaning, by virtue of statutory definition or judicial construction, they are to be construed in accordance with their common usage.
*" the matrons of Rome flocked in great crowds to the Senate, begging with tears and entreaties that one woman should be married to two men.
*" The weight of the Locomotive Engine, with its full complement of water in the boiler, shall be ascertained at the Weighing Machine, by eight o ' clock in the morning, and the load assigned to it shall be three times the weight thereof.
*" The Tender Carriage, with the fuel and water, shall be considered to be, and taken as a part of the load assigned to the Engine.
*" Those engines which carry their own fuel and water, shall be allowed a proportionate deduction from their load, according to the weight of the Engine.
*" The Engine, with the carriages attached to it, shall be run by hand up to the Starting Post, and as soon as the steam is got up to fifty pounds per square inch (), the engine shall set out upon its journey.
*" The distance the Engine shall perform each trip shall be one mile and three quarters () each way, including one-eighth of a mile () at each end for getting up the speed and for stopping the train ; by this means the Engine, with its load, will travel one and a-half mile () each way at full speed.
*" The Engines shall make ten trips, which will be equal to a journey of ; thirty miles whereof shall be performed at full speed, and the average rate of travelling shall not be less than ten miles per hour ().
*" As soon as the Engine has performed this task, ( which will be equal to the travelling from Liverpool to Manchester ,) there shall be a fresh supply of fuel and water delivered to her ; and, as soon as she can be got ready to set out again, she shall go up to the Starting Post, and make ten trips more, which will be equal to the journey from Manchester back again to Liverpool.