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Again, consider what happens if T < sub > 1 </ sub > fails.
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Again consider a group of N atoms, this time with each atom able to exist in any of three energy states, levels 1, 2 and 3, with energies E < sub > 1 </ sub >, E < sub > 2 </ sub >, and E < sub > 3 </ sub >, and populations N < sub > 1 </ sub >, N < sub > 2 </ sub >, and N < sub > 3 </ sub >, respectively.
Now is the time to see whether the Union is a rope of sand or a band of steel .” Again he said: “ I consider no evil as great as slavery, and I would pass the Wilmot Proviso whether the South rebel or not .” During the first session, he volunteered as counsel for Drayton and Sayres, who were indicted for stealing 76 slaves in the District of Columbia, and at the trial was engaged for 21 successive days in their defense.
Taking the case of K the rational number field Q, and V a non-singular projective variety, we can for almost all prime numbers p consider the reduction of V modulo p, an algebraic variety V < sub > p </ sub > over the finite field F < sub > p </ sub > with p elements, just by reducing equations for V. Again for almost all p it will be non-singular.
Tina Fey's 2011 memoir Bossypants also includes a chapter on her own cruise experience, entitled My Honeymoon: Or, A Supposedly Fun Thing That I ’ ll Never Do Again Either, in which she jokingly suggests that those who've heard of Foster Wallace's book should consider themselves members of the " cultural elite ", who hate their country and flag.
Again and what
Again Reverend Corder saved the bridge when Union soldiers planned to destroy it, after filling its two lanes with hay and straw -- but for what reason is not recorded nor remembered, certainly not because of pressure from an opposing Confederate force.
Again, it is unclear to what extent these policies and excommunications have actually been implemented.
Again and again, with the Greek text in front of me and the NIV beside it, I discovered that the translators had another principle, considerably higher than the stated one: to make sure that Paul should say what the broadly Protestant and evangelical tradition said he said .... f a church only, or mainly, relies on the NIV it will, quite simply, never understand what Paul was talking about.
In August 1844 at a camp-meeting in Exeter, New Hampshire, everything changed when Samuel S. Snow presented a message of earth-shattering proportions — what became known as the “ seventh-month ” message or the “ true midnight cry .” In a complex discussion based on scriptural typology, Snow presented his conclusion ( still based on the 2300 day prophecy in ), that Christ would return on, “ the tenth day of the seventh month of the present year, 1844 .” Again using the calendar of the Karaite Jews, this date was determined to be October 22, 1844.
( 1978 ), the first instalment in what would prove to be an autobiographic quartet, completed with An Egyptian Story ( 1982 ), Alexandria, Again and Again ( 1990 ), and Alexandria ... New York ( 2004 ).
Again, the most important element is, indeed, that of the detailed plans, which spell out exactly what programs and individual activities will take place over the period of the plan ( usually over the next year ).
Again, it seems as though Luke does not " know " that Mark is in the room, even though it is claimed he has a justified true belief that Mark is in the room, but it's not nearly so clear that the perceptual belief that " Mark is in the room " was inferred from any premises at all, let alone any false ones, nor led to significant conclusions on its own ; Luke didn't seem to be reasoning about anything ; " Mark is in the room " seems to have been part of what he seemed to see.
Again it's about us not only making a difference locally, but being a kind of model for others, which is what Dunstan used to say he wanted us to be ... a laboratory and a leader for the future.
Again, the map was drawn up under the aegis of the Crown as an audit to what revenue could be made from selling off the forest.
Other hits written for the stage were soon to follow, including what is arguably their most famous composition, 1930 ’ s “ On the Sunny Side of the Street ” for Lew Leslie ’ s International Revue, which also contained the favorite “ Exactly Like You ”; “ Blue Again ” for The Vanderbilt Revue ; and in 1932, “ Don ’ t Blame Me ,” which was featured in the Chicago revue Clowns In Clover.
At the end of what had been scheduled as a Bob Mould solo set, he brought Hart out and the duo played two specially-selected Hüsker Dü songs, " Hardly Getting Over It " and " Never Talking to You Again.
In the Book of Exodus 33: 19, Moses is told that no human being can see the glory of Yahweh and survive: Yahweh then said to Moses, ' Again I shall do what you have asked, because you enjoy my favour and because I know you by name.
In 1999, Campbell began what is probably his most famous role, that of Rick Sammler on the ABC series Once and Again.
Again, it demonstrated Blatchford's observation that " what is particularly compelling – and telling – is how radically different are the faces she presents " to each audience.
Again it was her children that occasioned this writing: when her son was eight he saw The Sound of Music and remarked " now we know what it was like when Mummy was a little girl ".
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Result of 10 is a Success ( can be rerolled for more Successes see " 10 Again " rule above ), 2-9 is a Failure and result of 1 is a Dramatic Failure when something really bad happens to character.
Again, the force of combustion happens in the resonance chamber ; rather than controlling the exhaust of an explosion that has already happened in order to produce tones, the pyrophone controls the explosion to produce the tone.
Again feeling incredibly out of the loop and unwanted, Giles sends Willow and Xander away, offering to stay in case anything happens, but after a few seconds realizes it's utterly pointless and dejectedly leaves.
Again and if
Again the student of evolutionary biology will find a fascinating, if to our minds grotesque, anticipation of the theory of chance variations and the natural elimination of the unfit in Lucretius, who in turn seems to have borrowed the concept from the philosopher Empedocles.
Again, if this is a true observation, it may reflect a real change in how the media consumer perceives negative events.
Again, they should learn that if they lack the grace of compunction or devotion they should not think they are not in the state of grace as long as they have good will, which is all that God regards ".
Again, some important graph properties are hereditary with respect to induced subgraphs, which means that a graph has a property if and only if all induced subgraphs also have it.
Again, even if Derleth did obtain the copyrights to Lovecraft's tales, no evidence as yet has been found that the copyrights were renewed.
Again in 2011 a public interest litigation petition caused the Madras High Court Bench to grant permission to villagers of Kodaioor village to conduct a rooster fight during Deepavali coinciding with a local temple festival from the claims that the " villagers ' religious sentiments would be hurt if the cockfight was not allowed ".
Again, for example if we begin with the number 42, this time as simply a positive integer, we have its binary representation < tt > 101010 </ tt >.
Fully expressed, for X a metric space with metric d, x is a point of closure of S if for every r > 0, there is a y in S such that the distance d ( x, y ) < r. ( Again, we may have x
His very sophisticated — and complicated — way of procuring willing women for his " outfit " can only be understood if one considers the morally repressed society of the late 1940s: Again and again, he assumes the role of John Hanson, a student in some provincial college ( for example in the Midwest ), pretends falling in love with a female student, makes her pregnant, forces her to have an illegal abortion, and then deserts her.
Again the people believe — no matter whether truly or falsely — that if they should escape the hunger and the fever their lives are not safe from judges and juries.
During its syndicated run, the series was retitled Laverne & Shirley & Company from 1981 to 1983 due to the series still airing on ABC at the time ( at the time, distributors would sometimes change the name of a show for syndication if it was still producing new episodes on a network — such as was the case with Happy Days, when it was retitled Happy Days Again in syndication ).
Again, various species of paralytic ticks sometimes kill dogs if the owners are insufficiently alert, and soft ticks can fatally poison a host such as a horse that might rest in an infested shady spot because it does not know the local hazards.
Again, if b is a variable or is too large, the stack might be written using dots and a note indicating its height.
Again, this is the same principle that applies in induction coupled devices, such as a transformer, which draws more power at the primary circuit, if power is drawn from the secondary circuit.
Again, if one observer had examined a hydrogen atom today and the other — 100 years ago ( or any other time in the past or in the future ), the two experiments would again produce completely identical results.
Knight defends Longinus's original account of sublimity, which he summarises as the ‘ energetic exertion of great and commanding power .’ Again he intertwines social and aesthetic reasoning, asserting that the power of a tyrant cannot be sublime if the tyrant inspires fear by mere arbitrary whim, like Nero.
Again, on 12 February, in response to a question concerning " his dealings with the Dreyfus family ," General Billot declared that if the revision took place he would not remain a moment longer at the War Office.
Again, the work of the police is chronicled in detail, but it would not be fiction if outrageous things did not intervene.
Again, if the player answered incorrectly, either of the other two players could ring in and attempt to answer.