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In the extreme and oversimplified example suggested in Figure 3, the organization is more easily understood and more predictable in behavior.
Easily the best known of these three novels is The Space Merchants, a good example of a science-fiction dystopia which extrapolates much more than the impact of science on human life, though its most important warning is in this area, namely as to the use to which discoveries in the behavioral sciences may be put.
For example, the importance of the Regulus 2, a very promising aerodynamic ship-to-surface missile designed to be launched by surfaced submarines, was greatly diminished by the successful acceleration of the much more advanced Polaris ballistic missile launched by submerged submarines.
Botulinal toxin, for example, is several thousand-fold more toxic by this route than when given per os.
more effective solutions include explanations, the example of another child, or conditioning by associating the feared object, place, or person with something pleasant.
It omits, for example, practically the whole line of great nineteenth century English social critics, nearly all the great writers whose basic position is religious, and all those who are with more or less accuracy called Existentialists.
For example, the unwed mothers expressed their frustration with males who did not indicate more explicitly `` what it is they really want from a girl so one can act accordingly ''.
In West Africa, for example, where meat is a luxury and babies must be weaned early to make room at the breast for later arrivals, a childhood menace is kwashiorkor, or `` Red Johnny '', a growth-stunting protein deficiency ( signs: reddish hair, bloated belly ) that kills more than half its victims, leaves the rest prey for parasites and lingering tropical disease.
Spoken language can contain many more types of ambiguities, where there is more than one way to compose a set of sounds into words, for example " ice cream " and " I scream ".
For example, GOTO telescopes tend to be faster for locating items of interest than star hopping, allowing more time for studying of the object.
The people of Graz, the capital of Styria, speak yet another dialect which is not very Styrian and more easily understood by people from other parts of Austria than other Styrian dialects, for example from western Styria.
For example, Scotland has more than 700 islands surrounding its mainland which constitute an archipelago.
For example, in some groups, the group operation is commutative, and this can be asserted with the introduction of an additional axiom, but without this axiom we can do quite well developing ( the more general ) group theory, and we can even take its negation as an axiom for the study of non-commutative groups.
) There are also numerous instances where the killer is not brought to justice in the legal sense but instead dies ( death usually being presented as a more ' sympathetic ' outcome ), for example Death Comes as the End, And Then There Were None, Death on the Nile, Dumb Witness, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Crooked House, Appointment with Death, The Hollow, Nemesis, Cat Among the Pigeons, and The Secret Adversary.
For example, pro-Western Ukraine and Georgia ( both of which owe Russia more than Armenia ) have managed to reschedule repayment of their debts.
Some details were changed slightly to allow more player choice-for example, players can be full Trump Artists without having walked the Pattern or the Logrus, which Merlin says is impossible ; and players ' psychic abilities are far greater than those shown in the books.
For example, paintings glorified aristocracy in the early 17th century when leadership was needed to nationalize small political groupings, but later as leadership became oppressive, satirization increased and subjects were less concerned with leaders and more with more common plights of mankind.
For example, when the careful, even tedious, art techniques of French neo-classicism became oppressive to artists living in more exuberant times, a stylistic revolution known as " Impressionism " vitalized brush strokes and color.
For example, there are more than six signs for birthday in ASL, just as in English one can say couch and sofa, or soda and pop, to mean the same thing.
A sign that may be lowered to the cheek level by an ASL speaker is more likely to be produced by a Black Sign Language speaker on the forehead, for example: teacher.
It is an example of the widespread motif of Greek ( or Indo-European more generally ) names expressing " battle-prowess ", in this case the ability to withstand or push back an enemy battle line.

example and definite
In urethane foams, for example, there has been a definite trend toward the polyether-type materials ( which are now available in two-component rigid foam systems ) and the emphasis is definitely on one-shot molding.
The field of answer set programming gives an example where the definite clause form is extended by choices.
The lack of a decipherment means there is no definite evidence for this view, though there is support based on onomatopoeia ( for example: AB 23 ' mu ' from Hieroglyphic 12, a bull-head ; AB 80 ' ma ' from H cat-head ; AB 67 ' ki ' from H 57 a sistrum ( a type of rattle ); AB 60 ' ra ' from H 18 dog-head ; AB 50 ' pu ' from H 58 harp ).
Some scientific materialists have been criticized, for example by Noam Chomsky, for failing to provide clear definitions for what constitutes matter, leaving the term ' materialism ' without any definite meaning.
For example, a single photon may be refracted by a lens or exhibit wave interference with itself, but also act as a particle giving a definite result when its position is measured.
For example, some bone fragments from the Mooreville Formation of Alabama and the Merchantville Formation of Delaware may have come from Pteranodon, though they are too incomplete to make a definite identification.
The EPR article highlighted the strange nature of quantum entanglement, which is a characteristic of a quantum state that is a combination of the states of two systems ( for example, two subatomic particles ), that once interacted but were then separated and are not each in a definite state.
For example, in English it might be noted that nouns are words that can co-occur with definite articles ( as stated at the start of this article ), but this would not apply in Russian, which has no definite articles.
For example, in French, the singular form of the definite article is le with masculine nouns and la with feminines ; adjectives and certain verb forms also change ( with the addition of-e with feminines ).
The reason for doing this is that loaded lines have a definite cut-off frequency and it may be desired to equalise the line to a frequency which is higher than this, for example to make a circuit suitable for use by a broadcaster.
Such rocks, for example, as limestones, dolomites, quartzites and aluminous shales have very definite chemical characters which distinguish them even when completely recrystallized.
Take Russell's analysis of definite descriptions as an example.
They are widely used in mathematics, for example to evaluate multidimensional definite integrals with complicated boundary conditions.
For example, a ruby from Burma will have definite internal and optical activity variance as compared to a Thai ruby.
A more recent example of a fantasy land with definite connections to the actual world is Austin Tappan Wright's Islandia.
For example, in Irish, in the placename Sliabh na mBan, "( the ) mountain of the women " ( anglicized as Slievenamon ), the word-form written mBan contains the genitive plural of the noun bean, " woman ", mutated after the genitive plural definite article ( i. e. " of the ").
For example, l-Istati Uniti ( the United States ) capitalize the epenthetic I, even though the base form of the word-without the definite article-is stati.
An example is the word sequence " Caesar is a prime number "; every word has a definite meaning, but the sequence has no meaning.
It also introduced the Dirichlet function as an example that not any function is integrable ( the definite integral was still a developing topic at the time ) and, in the proof of the theorem for the Fourier series, introduced the Dirichlet kernel and the Dirichlet integral.
Another example is that many Indian English speakers often pronounce < the > as, irrespective of whether the definite article comes before a vowel or a consonant, or whether it is stressed or not.
William Jones, for example, attempted to prove that there was a definite sequence of long and short syllables in the ancient Hebrew poems ; but he could support this thesis only by changing the punctuation in many ways, and by allowing great license to the Hebrew poets.
The following is a propositional example of a definite Horn clause:
* The further organization of such a measure, by repetition and variation, into a true musical phrase having a definite rhythm and duration that may be implied in melody and harmony, defined, for example, by a long final note and a breathing space.

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