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* The reinforce: This portion of the piece is frequently divided into a first reinforce and a second reinforce, but in any case is marked as separate from the chase by the presence of a narrow circular reinforce ring or band at its foremost end.
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The main body of a cannon consists of three basic extensions — the foremost and the longest is called the chase, the middle portion is the reinforce, and the closest and briefest portion is the cascabel or cascable.
* The cascable: This is that portion of the cannon behind the reinforce ( s ) and behind the base ring.
Instruments may have been used to reinforce the voices in actual performance for almost any portion of his output.
From there, they could quickly move to reinforce whichever portion of the American line received the heaviest attack from the British.
In order to protect the rich Bohemian lands from a Swedish invasion the emperor sent a large portion of his Hungarian force to reinforce the defense of Bohemia.
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If the existent form is to be retained new factors that reinforce it must be introduced into the situation.
And to do this requires first of all the kind of information about people which is provided by the scientists in industrial anthropology and consumer research, who, for example, tell Courtenay that three days is the `` optimum priming period for a closed social circuit to be triggered with a catalytic cue-phrase '' -- which means that an effective propaganda technique is to send an idea into circulation and then three days later reinforce or undermine it.
It is a forum for bishops of the Communion to reinforce unity and collegiality through manifesting the episcopate, to discuss matters of mutual concern, and to pass resolutions intended to act as guideposts.
A marriage of sorts is arranged between Dido and Aeneas at the instigation of Juno, who was told of the fact that her favorite city would eventually be defeated by the Trojans ' descendants, and Aeneas's mother Venus ( the Roman adaptation of Aphrodite ), who realizes that her son and his company need a temporary reprieve to reinforce themselves for the journey to come.
: To continue to select and reinforce the often less dominant " good use ", it is recommended to repeatedly suggest, by thinking to oneself, a tailored series of " Orders " or " Directions.
MSP Alex Johnstone wrote " Clearly, the Declaration of Arbroath is a literary work of outstanding universal significance by any stretch of the imagination " In 2008, the Campaign Group Chairman, Councillor Jim Millar launched a public petition to reinforce the bid explaining " We're simply asking people to, local people especially, to sign up to the campaign to have the Declaration of Arbroath and Arbroath Abbey recognised by the United Nations.
" Addressing the faster rate at which defenders could reinforce an area than attackers could penetrate it during the First World War, Guderian wrote that " since reserve forces will now be motorized, the building up of new defensive fronts is easier than it used to be ; the chances of an offensive based on the timetable of artillery and infantry co-operation are, as a result, even slighter today than they were in the last war.
Plastics are made from fossil hydrocarbons, and carbon fiber, made by pyrolysis of synthetic polyester fibers is used to reinforce plastics to form advanced, lightweight composite materials.
Islam ( See Islam in Comoros ) is the dominant religion, and Quranic schools for children reinforce its influence.
Instead, these efforts, it is argued, were made in order to advance Western development and reinforce Western hegemony.
** The chase girdle: this is the brief length of the chase between the chase astragal and fillets and the reinforce.
** The reinforce band is only present if the cannon has two reinforces, and it divides the first reinforce from the second.
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Despite being Mike's closest friend, Mike frequently ignores Geoff's issues, and their conversations often serve to reinforce Mike's beliefs.
Jamie Rubin frequently brings quotes with him in the form of notes to reinforce his position during television interviews.
Thus these narratives also often have a wide circulation outside of any instructional function, where they frequently have cultural significance and entertainment value, or contain a moral answer or solution of some kind, or are put to use to reinforce belief.
During the early stages, the Gestapo was undermanned and the German army and navy were called in to reinforce the Gestapo in its effort to prevent transportation taking place ; but by and large they proved less than enthusiastic in the operation and frequently turned a blind eye to escapees.
Pairs call frequently as a pair, both to reinforce the pair bond and warn intruders away from their territory.
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Primarily, GNS Theory holds that participants in role-playing games reinforce each other's behaviour towards ends which can be divided into three categories: Gamist, Narrativist and Simulationist.
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In 1341 he led a raid into England, forcing Edward III to lead an army north to reinforce the border.
In the military context, he sent units forward ostensibly on reconnaissance missions, to later reinforce them when resistance was met and eventually turned small scale probes into all out attacks ; he notably did this during the Battle of Sicily in the advance on Palermo and again in the campaign in northwest Europe, notably near Metz when his 3rd US Army was officially halted during Operation Market Garden.
Institutions such as schools reinforce the dominant ideological forms of thinking onto the populace and force us into becoming obedient and docile beings.
The Spartans, however, with the assistance of a Persian army, began to drive this Athenian force into the sea ; seeing this, Thrasybulus landed his own force to temporarily relieve pressure on Alcibiades, and meanwhile ordered Theramenes to join up with Athenian land forces nearby and bring them to reinforce the sailors and marines on the beach.
The siege failed, as the Parliamentarian navy could supply and reinforce the port and the garrison flooded wide areas around the city, while the Royalist detachments sent into Lincolnshire were defeated at the Battle of Winceby.
In April 1386 he was sent to France to reinforce the garrison at Calais, and led raids into Picardy.
The cities of Meran and Bozen provided funds and troops to reinforce the fortress, and all other passes and entrances into Tyrol were blocked by troops.
For those, especially in Congress, who doubted Truman had adequate experience in foreign affairs or even doubted his abilities in general, the NSC offered the hope of evolving into a collegial policy-making body to reinforce the President.
The carcass is formed into a ball and the fur or feathers stripped away and used to line and reinforce the crypt, where the carcass will remain until the flesh has been completely consumed.
This was designed to achieve the highest concentration of men into the primary battle while limiting the enemy's ability to reinforce the critical battle.
Beauregard also proposed a grand strategy — submitted anonymously through his political allies so that it was not tainted by his reputation — to reinforce the Western armies at the expense of Robert E. Lee's army in Virginia, destroy the Federal army in Tennessee, which would induce Ulysses S. Grant to relieve pressure on Vicksburg and maneuver his army into a place where it could be destroyed.
# The captain of French battleship Breslau ( 84 ), Capt De la Bretonnière, seeing that De Rigny did not need further support, decided on his own initiative to break away from the French formation and move into the centre of the bay, at the junction of the British and Russian lines, to reinforce British battleship Albion ( 74 ) and Russian battleship Azov ( 80 ).
In reaction to the defeats in the south, Archduke Charles left Wartensleben in command of 35, 000 men along the Lahn, put 30, 000 troops into the fortress of Mainz and rushed south with 20, 000 soldiers to reinforce Latour.
J. Kevin Thompson and Eric Stice claim that family, peers, and most evidently media reinforce the thin ideal, which may lead to an individual accepting and “ buying into ” the thin ideal.
In addition, since in theory the defensive line only had to hold out long enough for mobile reserves to reinforce it, terrain that did not permit rapid advance could be held more weakly because the enemy's advance into it would be slower, giving the defenders more time to reinforce that point in the line.
On 15 January, the entire 925th Independent Brigade of the PAVN had crossed into Laos to reinforce the Pathet Lao / Neutralist coalition.
It moves straight back and straight up, keeping it on path longer, which tends to reinforce in the mind the route along which to bring it back into the ball.