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All the elements commonly recognized as metalloids ( or their compounds ) have found application in the semiconductor or solid-state electronic industries.
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All this will serve to show off the Ory style in fine fashion and is a must for those who want to collect elements of the old-time jazz before it is too late to lay hands on the gems.
All of the elements of the experience were impossible and yet the reality of them was heavy upon him and he resolved never again to visit the temple at Fudomae.
All other nuclides ( isotopes of hydrogen and all other elements ) have more nucleons than electrons, so the fraction of mass taken by the nucleus is closer to 100 % for all of these types of atoms, than for hydrogen-1 .</ ref > with protons and neutrons having roughly equal mass.
All but one of the actinides are f-block elements, corresponding to the filling of the 5f electron shell ; lawrencium, a d-block element, is also generally considered an actinide.
All but a few of the most inert elements, such as noble gases and noble metals, are usually found on Earth in chemically combined form, as chemical compounds.
All of the heavy elements that are derived solely through artificial means are radioactive, with very short half-lives ; if any atoms of these elements were present at the formation of Earth, they are extremely likely to have already decayed, and if present in novae, have been in quantities too small to have been noted.
All of the elements have some isotopes that are radioactive ( radioisotopes ), although not all of these radioisotopes occur naturally.
He believed fire gave rise to the other three elements: " All things are an interchange for fire, and fire for all things, just like goods for gold and gold for goods.
All courses share the same basic elements ; targets, tee pads, signage, topography, and most importantly safety.
All the elements in a given equivalence class are equivalent among themselves, and no element is equivalent with any element from a different class.
There was an initial screenplay with the preliminary title All Monsters Attack Directive, which would have many of the same elements used in the final product.
All those elements are the basis for Friedrich von Schiller's unfinished novel The Ghost-Seer ( 1786-1789 ).
All heavier elements ( including those necessary for rocky planets like the Earth, and for carbon-based or other life ) have thus been created since the Big Bang in stars which were hot enough to fuse helium itself.
All elements other than hydrogen and helium today account for only 2 % of the mass of atomic matter in the universe.
The finished product was built in admirable form for the Roman Emperor, “ All of these elements marvelously fitted together in mid-air, suspended from one another and reposing only on the parts adjacent to them, produce a unified and most remarkable harmony in the work, and yet do not allow the spectators to rest their gaze upon any one of them for a length of time .”
All graphical elements ( images and text ) are first converted from given gamma space ( according to known or assumed gamma information in PNG, JPEG etc.
All but one of the lanthanides are f-block elements, corresponding to the filling of the 4f electron shell ; lutetium, a d-block element, is also generally considered to be a lanthanide due to its chemical similarities with the other fourteen.
All lanthanide elements form trivalent cations, Ln < sup > 3 +</ sup >, whose chemistry is largely determined by the ionic radius, which decreases steadily from lanthanum to lutetium.
All the other isotopes of meitnerium have been detected only in the decay chains of the heavier elements.
All of this, however, is just a matter of grouping the neutral elements in one way or another, according to a physical or a psychological ( mental ) perspective.
All of these chemical compounds and elements occur in various forms and combinations ( e. g. hormones, vitamins, phospholipids, hydroxyapatite ), both in the human body and in the plant and animal organisms that humans eat.
All eight elements of the Path begin with the word " right ", which translates the word samyañc ( in Sanskrit ) or sammā ( in Pāli ).
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All of the guitars above are relatively traditional in looks and construction, and are commonly referred to as " flattop " guitars.
* All of our commonly accepted moral duties, from doing no harm unto others to speaking always the truth to keeping promises, are rooted in the one fundamental principle of self-interest.
Because of the complex and abstract nature of love, discourse on love is commonly reduced to a thought-terminating cliché, and there are a number of common proverbs regarding love, from Virgil's " Love conquers all " to The Beatles ' " All You Need Is Love ".
All rivers and freshwater lakes freeze over in the winter, and smaller streams commonly freeze to the bottom.
All molecular studies have strongly upheld the placement of turtles within diapsids ; some place turtles within Archosauria, or, more commonly, as a sister group to extant archosaurs, though an analysis conducted by Lyson et al.
All departments have an escutcheon with which they are commonly associated, but not all are officially recognized or used.
Smith, an advocate of desegregation, concluded his commentary at the end of the program by recalling the admonition commonly attributed to Edmund Burke -- " All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.
All of these three acts, but especially the " illocutionary act ", are nowadays commonly classified as " speech acts ".
The most powerful non-nuclear bomb is Russian " Father of All Bombs " ( officially Aviation Thermobaric Bomb of Increased Power ( ATBIP )) followed by the United States Air Force's MOAB ( officially Massive Ordnance Air Blast, or more commonly known as the " Mother of All Bombs ").
All shirts must have long sleeves, and light-weight rugby or polo shirts are the most commonly worn type, usually without a stock or tie.
The three stáseis are each set to its own music, and are commonly known by their initial antiphons: " Life in a grave ", " Worthy it is ", and " All the generations ".
All molecular studies have strongly upheld the placement of turtles within diapsids ; some place turtles within Archosauria, or, more commonly, as a sister group to extant archosaurs.
All of the CDs from The Love Machine through Gems ... have been cheaply produced CD-Rs, which is commonly what comedians sell at their shows.
All five algorithms, commonly referred to as " AES finalists ", were designed by cryptographers considered well-known and respected in the community.
All London postal districts were traditionally prefixed with the post town ' LONDON ' and full stops were commonly placed after each character, e. g. LONDON S. W. 1.
It is commonly stated that the Middletown Township Fire Department is " The World's Largest All Volunteer Fire Department ".
All matter experiences both normal thermal pressure and degeneracy pressure, but in commonly encountered gases, thermal pressure dominates so much that degeneracy pressure can be ignored.