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Although the exchange interaction keeps spins aligned, it does not align them in a particular direction.
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-- Although there was some variation in results which must be attributed either to trace impurities or to variation in wall effects, the photochemical exchange in the gas phase was sufficiently reproducible so that it seemed meaningful to compare the reaction rates in different series of reaction tubes for the purpose of obtaining information on the effect of chlorine concentration and of carbon tetrachloride concentration on the reaction rate.
Although he wanted to plead guilty, Justice Samuel Chase urged him to name those who had helped him or subscribed to his writings in exchange for freedom.
Although the commercial banking sector is largely profitable, mostly owing to income from foreign exchange transactions, the sector is burdened by a high proportion of non-performing loans.
Although legislative votes are recorded and are available to the American public, legislators can exchange their votes on issues they do not care much about for votes on other issues that are more important to their personal agendas ( Holcombe 2006 ).
Although it was illegal to offer or accept bribes exchange for votes, effective enforcement of this prohibition proved impossible.
Although the band has received little radio play or mainstream exposure, Phish has developed a large and dedicated following by word of mouth, the exchange of live recordings by trading tapes with other fans and selling over 8 million albums and DVDs in the United States.
Although the goal of each is to provide effective and efficient exchange between computer systems, the mechanism for accomplishing that goal is very different.
Although the population exchange of the Arabs of Palestine with Jews from across the Arab world took place around the period of the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, the idea of the transfer of Arabs from Palestine, usually to Iraq ( where there was a sizable Iraqi Jewish population ), had been considered about half a century beforehand.
Although originally intended as a means for the exchange of lexical data between proprietary machine translation lexicons, it has evolved into a more general standard for terminology exchange.
Although not to the extent of penguins, auks have largely sacrificed flight, and also mobility on land, in exchange for swimming ability ; their wings are a compromise between the best possible design for diving and the bare minimum needed for flying.
Although his tuition fee was only $ 26 per year, Peck still struggled to pay, and had to work as a " hasher " ( kitchen helper ) for the Gamma Phi Beta sorority in exchange for meals.
Although two of his companions were killed during this exchange, the Natives spared Radisson ’ s life and adopted him.
Although by most accounts she was the love of Pickford's life, the marriage was stormy and filled with highly-charged conflict, followed by lavish making up through the exchange of expensive gifts.
Although Dulles believed that Nasser was only bluffing and that the USSR would not aid Nasser, he was wrong ; the USSR promised Nasser a quantity of arms in exchange for a deferred payment of Egyptian grain and cotton.
Although the NDA was later accepted, Digital Research would not accept IBM's proposal of $ 250, 000 in exchange for as many copies as IBM could sell, insisting on the usual royalty-based plan.
) Although prices could be quoted as quantities of other goods or services this sort of barter exchange is rarely seen.
Although captive minds were prisoners, they were nonetheless granted some freedoms in exchange for their cooperation.
Although the U. S. dollar ( as any other foreign currency ) is subject to exchange control laws in The Bahamas, the parity between Bahamian dollars and U. S. dollars means that any business will accept either U. S. or Bahamian currency and many of the businesses that serve tourists have extra U. S. dollars on hand for the convenience of American tourists.
Although there were several dissenting opinions, most of the pastors and lay delegates realized that they could not in good conscience exchange pastors with non-Lutherans or invite them to commune at their altar.
Although the philosophies of Rousseau and Montesquieu could not provide a concrete system for creating a moral government, the free exchange of ideas along with rising literacy rates fueled the changing social and political ideologies of Parisians.
Although this trade was not so rewarding as the saffron, the town continued to grow throughout the 19th century, having a cattle market and building a corn exchange and other civic buildings.
Although the unit of account must be in some way related to the medium of exchange in use, e. g. coinage should be in denominations of that unit making accounting much easier to perform, it has often been the case that media of exchange have no natural relationship to that unit, and must be ' minted ' or in some way marked as having that value.
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Although those programs included years of research and work, ELIZA remains a milestone simply because it was the first time a programmer had attempted such a human-machine interaction with the goal of creating the illusion ( however brief ) of human-human interaction.
Although Burma does not officially recognize the Republic of China, there is much other interaction between the two countries.
Although morphine does not bind to the σ-receptor, it has been shown that σ-agonists, such as (+)- pentazocine, antagonize morphine analgesia, and σ-antagonists enhance morphine analgesia, suggesting some interaction between morphine and the σ-opioid receptor.
Although, research in the areas are similar with research undertaken into both the dynamics of ice sheets and glaciers the former tends to be concerned with the interaction of ice sheets with the present climate and the latter with the impact of glaciers on the landscape.
Although the oar can be conveniently thought of as a lever with a " fixed " pivot point in the water, the blade moves sideways and sternwards through the water, so that the magnitude of the propulsion force developed is the result of a complex interaction between unsteady fluid mechanics ( the water flow around the blade ) and solid mechanics and dynamics ( the handle force applied to the oar, the oar's inertia and bending characteristic, the acceleration of the boat and so on ).
Although not necessarily " voyeurism " in its original definition, as individuals in these given situations are aware of their audience, the concept behind " reality TV " is to allow unscripted social interaction with limited outside interference or influence.
Although Damiel and Cassiel are pure observers, visible only to children, and incapable of any physical interaction with our world, Damiel begins to fall in love with a profoundly lonely circus trapeze artist named Marion.
Although nuclear Compton scattering exists, Compton scattering usually refers to the interaction involving only the electrons of an atom.
Although Fitts only published two articles on his law ( Fitts 1954, Fitts and Peterson 1964 ), there are hundreds of subsequent studies related to it in the human – computer interaction ( HCI ) literature, and quite possibly thousands of studies published in the larger psychomovement literature.
Although many tropes of space opera, such as spaceships, robots, galactic empires and aliens are present, the series is primarily noted for its strong character interaction, ambiguous morality and pessimistic tone.
Although never used, the idea was small " programs " would be down-loaded to enhance user interaction.
Although NP may be viewed as using interaction, it wasn't until 1985 that the concept of computation through interaction was conceived by two independent groups of researchers.
Although at the time C. S. Lewis wrote Miracles, quantum mechanics ( and physical indeterminism ) was only in the initial stages of acceptance, he stated the logical possibility that if the physical world was proved to be indeterministic this would provide an entry ( interaction ) point into the traditionally viewed closed system, where a scientifically described physically probable / improbable event could be philosophically described as an action of a non physical entity on physical reality.
Although continuing to influence business thinking the concept has already been superseded within much service marketing and management literature by the argument that the value of all goods and services are co-created or co-produced through the interaction of consumers and producers.
Although there are similarities between absorption and adsorption refrigeration, the latter is based on the interaction between gases and solids.
Although contact is normally avoided, many elements of stage combat, such as sword fighting, martial arts, and acrobatics required contact between performers in order to facilitate the creation of a particular effect, such as noise or physical interaction.
") Although this is a frequent interaction pattern for modal dialogs, it is also criticized by usability experts as being ineffective for its intended use, which is to protect against errors caused by destructive actions, and for which better alternatives exist.
Although it costs as much to operate the conveniently named " dump " as it would curbside trash pickup, the Selectmen decided that the social interaction of citizens at the site far outweighed the convenience of a more conventional trash service.
Although at the time C. S. Lewis wrote Miracles, Quantum Mechanics ( and physical indeterminism ) was only in the initial stages of acceptance, he stated the logical possibility that if the physical world was proved to be indeterministic this would provide an entry ( interaction ) point into the traditionally viewed closed system, where a scientifically described physically probable / improbable event could be philosophically described as an action of a non physical entity on physical reality ( noting that under a physicalist point of view the non physical entity must be independent of the self identity or mental processing of the sentient being ).
Although these various concepts have significant differences, a result of the disciplines from which they emerged and the topics to which they ’ re applied, they are functionally comparable in that they satisfy a similar conceptual function of describing dynamic and generative interaction between two or more variables in a system.
Although computer scientists can also focus their work and research on specific areas ( such as algorithm and data structure development and design, software engineering, information theory, database theory, computational complexity theory, human-computer interaction, numerical analysis, programming language theory, computer graphics, and computer vision ), their foundation is the theoretical study of computing from which these other fields derive.
Although at the time C. S. Lewis wrote Miracles, Quantum Mechanics ( and physical indeterminism ) was only in the initial stages of acceptance, he stated the logical possibility that if the physical world was proved to be indeterministic this would provide an entry ( interaction ) point into the traditionally viewed closed system, where a scientifically described physically probable / improbable event could be philosophically described as an action of a non-physical entity on physical reality.