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Again using the above example, a pair of full or part-time RVers might break camp and move the 115 miles ( 185 km ) between Phoenix and Tucson, averaging 8. 5 mpg ( 3. 6 kpl ); but then travel 300 miles ( 482 km ) in the ensuing fortnight in their towed car, a hybrid, averaging 40 mpg ( 17 kpl ).
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Again, zero is encoded specially, using the 7 + 4 combination ( binary 11000 ) that would naturally encode 11.
The Pink Panther Strikes Again continues the story from the end of The Return of the Pink Panther, featuring the now-insane Dreyfus creating a crime syndicate and constructing a doomsday machine with the intention of using it to blackmail the world to kill Clouseau.
Again, this construction stepped outside the framework of allowed constructions by using a marked straightedge.
Again, as in Hurricane Betsy the locals immediately began evacuating themselves and their neighbors using private boats.
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.
Again taking advantage from the flat terrain, Grouchy was able to advance rapidly and fall onto the rear of the Coalition infantry squares, which were now slowly withdrawing in echelon and efficiently using the terrain to take shelter from the artillery bombardment.
Again using a Biblical example, the female speaker says to her lover, “ Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth …” ( Song of Solomon 1. 2 ).
Again, a visual representation of the yield surface may be constructed using the above equation, which takes the shape of an ellipse.
Again, if b is a variable or is too large, the stack might be written using dots and a note indicating its height.
Again, in the United States, prior to the 1950s, projects were managed on an ad hoc basis using mostly Gantt charts, and informal techniques and tools.
Again, in Lamech's words, " Adah and Zillah, hear my voice ; ye wives of Lamech, harken unto my speech ", the two words " he ' ezin " and " imrah " attract attention, because they occur for the first time in this passage, although there had been an earlier opportunity of using them: in Genesis 3: 8 and 3: 10, " He ' ezin "
Again, using the Curry – Howard isomorphism ,-types also serve to model conjunction and existential quantification.
During July 1964 Reeves recorded " I'm a Hit Again ", using just an acoustic guitar as accompaniment.
Again, instead of using water, the early Ming Dynasty engineer Zhan Xiyuan ( c. 1360-1380 ) created a sand-driven wheel clock, improved upon by Zhou Shuxue ( c. 1530-1558 ).
There were disputes over the use of the group name in the 1980s, although Jeff Christie appeared to be using it most recently, while Vic Elmes sometimes fronted a band called Christie Again in Europe.
Again the dilemmas of production sources and transportation of hydrogen can now be overcome using on site ( home, business, or fuel station ) generation of hydrogen from off grid renewable sources ..
Again Drizzt's merciful nature showed, and he convinced his group to let Belwar live ( using the excuse that he could serve as a warning to the svirfneblin against venturing so close to Menzoberranzan ).
Again, we are presently unable to calculate results below the critical temperature, because the particle numbers using the above equation become negative.
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Again, in most members, the gill plates are covered over with skin, the only gill opening a small slit above the pectoral fin.
Again, given John Man's observation regarding populations of the time ( see paragraph above ), these historical estimates are debatable.
Again, eBay will also display that the minimum allowable bid is $ 2. 50, one bid increment above the highest bid.
Again we have to deal with the issues of the reactive effects of the testing arrangement ( See above ).
Again, they were posthumous and there is no proof, in contrast to the busts mentioned above, that these terra cotta figurines really were done by Daumier himself.
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, it is with less difficulty that doctors can enter a residency at a private teaching hospital than at a state-funded one, for the above stated reason.
Again, due to limitations of Electronic Differential Lock ( see quattro IV description above ), in off-road conditions it is enough for one front and one rear wheel to lose traction and the car will not move.
Again, until the Alaska Purchase, the peak of Mount McKinley was the extreme point of elevation in the Empire, at 6, 194 m above sea level.
Again, there was no evidence of an increase in electoral fraud in the pilot regions, though postal voting fraud did occur in other regions ( see above ).
Again the three graphs given above, with parameters ( 5, 2, 0, 1 ), ( 10, 3, 0, 1 ) and ( 50, 7, 0, 1 ), are the only known ones.
Others simply told crazy stories such as The Clones of Bruce Lee ( where clones of Bruce Lee portrayed by some of the above actors are created by scientists ) or The Dragon Lives Again ( where Bruce Lee fights James Bond and Dracula in Hell ).
Again, it lies above the boat's frames or timbers as they cross the hog but in this instance, its main function is frequently to provide a means of holding down the bottom boards in such a way that they can easily be removed for maintenance.
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Again, the Spanish Revolution is cited as an example of successful anarchist military mobilisation, albeit one crushed by superior forces.
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 >.
The Return of the Pink Panther ( 1975 ), for example, cost just $ 2. 5 million to make, but grossed $ 100 million, while The Pink Panther Strikes Again ( 1976 ), did even better.
A notable example is " The Ruined Man who Became Rich Again through a Dream ", in which a man is told in his dream to leave his native city of Baghdad and travel to Cairo, where he will discover the whereabouts of some hidden treasure.
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 in this case, there is no notion of distance, but there is now a concept of smoothness of maps, for example a differentiable or smooth path ( depending on the type of differential structure applied ).
Again and again attempts were made on the lives of left-wing, pacifist and even merely liberal politicians and publicists, for example Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg, Walther Rathenau, Matthias Erzberger, Hans Paasche and Philipp Scheidemann or Maximilian Harden.
For example, Lenny Kravitz is listed for " It Ain't Over ' til It's Over " ( No. 2, August 1991 ); the book therefore misses subsequent hits, such as " Fly Away ", which peaked at # 12 in 1999, and " Again ", which peaked at # 4 in 2001, on the Hot 100.
In more recent decades, politicians often chose theme songs, some of which have become iconic ; the song " Happy Days Are Here Again ", for example, has been associated with the Democratic Party since the 1932 campaign of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
A notable example is " The Ruined Man Who Became Rich Again Through a Dream ", in which a man is told in his dream to leave his native city of Baghdad and travel to Cairo, where he will discover the whereabouts of some hidden treasure.
Again, with the selection test example, this would mean that the tests are administered to applicants, all applicants are hired, their performance is reviewed at a later time, and then their scores on the two measures are correlated.
" Writing in The Washington Post, Gary Arnold was fulsome in his praise, saying that Never Say Never Again is " one of the best James Bond adventure thrillers ever made ", going on to say that " this picture is likely to remain a cherished, savory example of commercial filmmaking at its most astute and accomplished.
Again, it was a rare example of ordinary people recognising and identifying with a channel's on-air look.
Again an exceptionally large number of forms and textures is used, including, for example, the variation form with extensive use of invertible counterpoint ( no.
This reference pressure is called the standard state and normally chosen as 1 atmosphere or 1 bar, Again using nitrogen at 100 atm as an example, since the fugacity is 97. 03 atm, the activity is just 97. 03 without units.
For example, the yellow background and blue endpapers drawing of Freddy Rides Again match the non-natural yellow and blue colors of the cover ( Freddy, a horse and a goat are yellow ).
Analogous to this " Rule of thirds ", ( if I may be allowed so to call it ) I have presumed to think that, in connecting or in breaking the various lines of a picture, it would likewise be a good rule to do it, in general, by a similar scheme of proportion ; for example, in a design of landscape, to determine the sky at about two-thirds ; or else at about one-third, so that the material objects might occupy the other two: Again, two thirds of one element, ( as of water ) to one third of another element ( as of land ); and then both together to make but one third of the picture, of which the two other thirds should go for the sky and aerial perspectives.
Again similarly to the way a radar works, the operator can tell the IRST to track a particular target of interest, once it has been identified, or scan in a particular direction if a target is believed to be there ( for example, because of an advisory from AWACS or another aircraft ).