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A more practical and useful cooperative approach to defining the Celts is the contemporary inclusive and associative definition used by Vincent and Ruth Megaw ( 1996 ) and Raimund Karl ( 2010 ) that a Celt is someone who uses a Celtic language or produces or uses a distinctive Celtic cultural expression ( such as art or music ) or has been referred to as a Celt in historical materials or has identified themselves or been identified by others as a Celt or has a demonstrated descent from the Celts ( such as family history or DNA ancestry ).
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Apparently the feeling is that anything more would be involvement in technical abstrusenesses of possible pedantic interest but of no visible significance in practical affairs.
Linguists have not always been more enlightened than `` practical people '' and sometimes have insisted on incredibly trivial points while neglecting things of much greater significance.
These theoretical relationships are more clearly illustrated in Fig. 7 and their sum can be seen to correlate in form with practical measurements made with the Hesiometer as illustrated in the first portion of Fig. 5 for the cutting mechanism.
Ideally these schools should be so located that one or more should be in the area where demand for practical courses is at the highest.
These " conversations " as he called them, were more or less informal talks on a great range of topics, spiritual, aesthetic and practical, in which he emphasized the ideas of the school of American Transcendentalists led by Emerson, who was always his supporter and discreet admirer.
Patrick Wormald's explanation is that Alfred's law code should be understood not as a legal manual, but as an ideological manifesto of kingship, " designed more for symbolic impact than for practical direction.
In 1745, a year after his death, the scale was reversed by Carl Linnaeus to facilitate more practical measurement.
As Fay resumes work, Detmold's real new assistant arrives, and Fay is horrified to realize that she is even more practical, rigid and disbelieving than Fay herself, and the new nurse marches the Cookies off to the next town to disprove the new miracle.
As mentioned briefly above, though the problem is NP-complete, many practical instances can be solved much more quickly.
In the community, intravenous administration is not practical and so rectal diazepam or ( more recently ) buccal midazolam are used, with a preference for midazolam as its administration is easier and more socially acceptable.
Their inherent focus on practical implementation of technology has tended to keep them oriented more towards incremental-level redesigns and reconfigurations, as opposed to revolutionary research & development or ideas that would be many years from clinical adoption ; however, there is a growing effort to expand this time-horizon over which clinical engineers can influence the trajectory of biomedical innovation.
Nonetheless, as a practical matter, no civil law legislature can ever address the full spectrum of factual possibilities in the breadth, depth and detail of the case law of the common law courts of even a smaller jurisdiction, and that deeper, more complete body of law provides additional predictability that promotes commerce.
Calcium has four stable isotopes (< sup > 40 </ sup > Ca, < sup > 42 </ sup > Ca, < sup > 43 </ sup > Ca and < sup > 44 </ sup > Ca ), plus two more isotopes (< sup > 46 </ sup > Ca and < sup > 48 </ sup > Ca ) that have such long half-lives that for all practical purposes they also can be considered stable.
A more practical, albeit less quantitative, approach was put forward in the same year by Walter Heitler and Fritz London.
Another possible explanation for the origins of obligatory celibacy revolves around more practical reason, " the need to avoid claims on church property by priests ' offspring ".
A more speculative, more complex " chip factory " was specified to produce the computer and electronic systems, but the designers also said that it might prove practical to ship the chips from Earth as if they were " vitamins.
Following the examples of Vitruvius and the five books of the Regole generali d ' architettura by Sebastiano Serlio, published from 1537 onwards, Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola produced an architecture rule book that was more practical than the previous two books, which were more philosophical in nature, his Cinque ordini di erchitettura ( The Five Orders of Architecture ) from 1562 ; the book is considered " one of the most successful architectural textbooks ever written ", despite having no text apart from the notes and the introduction.
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and ( C ) to finance, for not more than three years beyond the end of said period, such activities as are required to correlate, coordinate, and round out the results of studies and research undertaken pursuant to this Act: Provided, That funds available in any one year for research and development may, subject to the approval of the Secretary of State to assure that such activities are consistent with the foreign policy objectives of the United States, be expended in cooperation with public or private agencies in foreign countries in the development of processes useful to the program in the United States: And provided further, That every such contract or agreement made with any public or private agency in a foreign country shall contain provisions effective to insure that the results or information developed in connection therewith shall be available without cost to the United States for the use of the United States throughout the world and for the use of the general public within the United States.
Two very useful ways for modifying a form-dictionary are the addition to the dictionary of complete paradigms rather than single forms and the application of a single change to more than one dictionary form.
The thing can be made to look like the cluttered attic of a large and vigorous family -- a motley jumble of discarded objects, some outworn and some that were never useful, some once whole and bright but now chipped and tarnished, some odd pieces whose history no one remembers, here and there a gem, everything fascinating because it suggests some part of the human condition -- the whole adding up to nothing more than a glimpse into the disorderly history of the makers and users.
As AutoCAD has become more powerful, supporting more complex object types, DXF has become less useful.
Considered a " dogfight Sparrow ", the AIM-7E-2 was intended to be used at shorter ranges where the missile was still travelling at high speeds, and in the head-on aspect, making it much more useful in the visual limitations imposed on the engagements.
This makes such compounds useful fire retardants and this is bromine's primary industrial use, consuming more than half of world production of the element.
A less strict and more practically useful definition will refer to the frequencies where the frequency function is small.
Intuitively, one would expect systems which collect more than one type of data to be more useful than systems which collect only one type of information ( such as single-purpose laboratory or 911 call-center based systems ), and be less prone to false alarms, and this appears to be the case.
In this case it is particularly useful to insert the unit operator into the bracket one time or more ( for more information see Resolution of the identity ).
So it can be more useful to think in terms of broad " movements " that have rough beginnings and endings.
Chemical engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with physical science ( e. g., chemistry and physics ), and life sciences ( e. g., biology, microbiology and biochemistry ) with mathematics and economics, to the process of converting raw materials or chemicals into more useful or valuable forms.
* Candide: Illustrations of a classic, bibliography of illustrated editions, list of available electronic editions and more useful information from Trier University Library
Where an individual uses services may be more useful and this is at their usual, or de jure, residence.
Not surprisingly, crannogs have useful defensive properties, although there appears to be more significance to prehistoric use than simple defense as very few weapons or evidence for destruction appear in excavations of prehistoric crannogs.
The relative ease of interfacing spawned a huge market of third party add-ons for the PDP-11, which made the machine even more useful.
However, when modeling packed columns, it is useful to compute a number of " theoretical stages " to denote the separation efficiency of the packed column with respect to more traditional trays.
The notion of definability treated in this article has been chosen primarily for definiteness, not on the grounds that it's more useful or interesting than other notions.
One example is the First Things First manifesto which was launched within the graphic design community and states " We propose a reversal of priorities in favor of more useful, lasting and democratic forms of communication – a mindshift away from product marketing and toward the exploration and production of a new kind of meaning.