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exception and naming
The flow of electrons is always from anode to cathode outside of the cell or device, regardless of the cell or device type and operating mode, with the exception of diodes, where electrode naming always assumes current in the forward direction ( that of the arrow symbol ), i. e., electrons flow in the opposite direction, even when the diode reverse-conducts either by accident ( breakdown of a normal diode ) or by design ( breakdown of a Zener diode, photo-current of a photodiode or solar cell ).
When the current through the device is reversed, the electrodes switch functions, so anode becomes cathode, while cathode becomes anode, as long as the reversed current is applied, with the exception of diodes where electrode naming is always based on the forward current direction.
The one exception to this naming convention is Car Robots, where the sub-group referred to as " Decepticons " in the Robots in Disguise adaptation, is known in Japan as the Combatrons ( the Japanese name of the G1 subgroup known as the Combaticons ).
In 1950, Oldsmobile stopped naming the 98 series and so from then through 1996, with the exception of 1957 when it was called the Starfire 98, and in 1961 when it was called the Classic 98, it was simply known as the Oldsmobile 98.
With the release of the TL and 3. 5RL in 1996 Acura transitioned to alphanumeric and / or two letter names, naming of all of its vehicles ( with the exception of the Integra, which kept its name until the 2001 model year ).
The one exception to this naming convention is Car Robots, where the sub-group referred to as " Decepticons " in the Robots in Disguise adaptation, is known in Japan as the Combatrons ( the Japanese name of the G1 subgroup known as the Combaticons ).
In contrast to the naming conventions applied by the Soviet Union and now Russia, most American space flights, with the exception of those of Project Gemini and early Apollo flights, have had their spacecraft officially named.
Often in the European valve naming scheme for pentodes an even number indicated a sharp-cutoff device while odd indicated remote-cutoff ; the EF37 was an exception to this general trend, perhaps due to its history as an update to the EF36 (" The Mullard EF36, EF37 and EF37A " at the National Valve Museum ).
Multiple senators objected to naming a territory after a single man, acknowledging Washington Territory ( named in 1853 for George Washington ) as the sole exception.

exception and tendency
An exception to this general tendency is his Latin treatise " De falconibus " ( later inserted in the larger work, De Animalibus, as book 23, chapter 40 ), in which he displays impressive actual knowledge of a ) the differences between the birds of prey and the other kinds of birds ; b ) the different kinds of falcons ; c ) the way of preparing them for the hunt ; and d ) the cures for sick and wounded falcons.
Although Charles Dickens had ridiculed positive depictions of Native Americans as portrayals of so-called " noble " savages, he made an exception ( at least initially ) in the case of the Inuit, whom he called “ loving children of the north ”, “ forever happy with their lot ,” “ whether they are hungry or full ”, and “ gentle loving savages ”, who, despite a tendency to steal, have a “ quiet, amiable character ” (" Our Phantom Ship on an Antediluvian Cruise ", Household Words, April 16, 1851 ).
There is a tendency for birds to become larger with increasing latitude, the southern subspecies being larger than those further north the exception being the Tasmanian form which is small.
Nowadays ( with the exception of high-frequency measurements ) the tendency is to increase the sampling rate of the ADC in order to digitise the input signal allowing RMS and a whole range of other functions to be carried out by a digital processor.
Sharing some elements with Stalinist grandiosity, GDR architecture blends into the regionally different styles of post-war city-building of the world: Panelák suburbs were more a rule than an exception and there was a heavy reliance on the aesthetics of the atomic age, featuring a tendency against edges and corners as a semi-conscious attempt to do away with rectangular shapes from Nazism, without much devaluating its likenesses in Stalinist architecture.
2007 was an exception to this tendency, and RTP1 became the second channel most watched in Portugal, only behind TVI.
There seems to have been some tendency for defensive positions to be named for where the player would play on offense, although quarterback and safety formed an early exception.
While there is no clear consensus as to how many Armenians lost their lives during the Armenian genocide and what followed, there seems to be a consensus among Western scholars with the exception of few dissident and Turkish national historians, as to when covering all the period between 1914 to 1923, over a million Armenian might have perished, and the tendency seem recently to be, either presenting 1. 2 million as figure or even 1. 5 million, while more moderately, " over a million " is presented, as the Turkish historian Fikret Adanir provides as estimation, but excludes what followed 1917.

exception and is
`` Now that Bruno Walter is virtually in retirement and my dear friend Dimitri Mitropoulos is no longer with us, I am probably the only one -- with the possible exception of Leonard Bernstein -- who has this special affinity for and champions the works of Bruckner and Mahler ''.
What I want to point out here is that all of them are ex-liberals, or modified liberals, with perhaps one exception.
The exception is where the flooring butts.
There is one exception to the above statement as has been pointed out, and that is that fluids can relax by flowing into fields of lower rates of shear, so the statement should be modified by stating that the mechanics are similar.
The only exception to this is certain bees that have become parasites.
A clearly recognized exception is a statutory merger or consolidation.
`` This is one of the major items in the Fulton County general assistance program '', the jury said, but the State Welfare Department `` has seen fit to distribute these funds through the welfare departments of all the counties in the state with the exception of Fulton County, which receives none of this money.
I believe, therefore, that we are without exception sinners, by nature alienated from God, and that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, came to earth, the representative Head of a new race, to die upon the cross and pay the penalty of the sin of the world, and that he who thus receives Christ as his personal Saviour is `` born again '' spiritually, with new privileges, appetites, and affections, destined to live and grow in His likeness forever.
An exception is the granular poison frog ( Oophaga granulifera ) where the male and female place their cloacae in close proximity while facing in opposite directions and then release eggs and sperm simultaneously.
"' The only exception to this is that if a defendant appeals a conviction for a crime having multiple levels of offenses, where they are convicted on a lesser offense, the appeal is of the lesser offense ; the conviction represents an acquittal of the more serious offenses.
The names were abandoned in Latin, which instead referred to the letters by adding a vowel ( usually e ) before or after the consonant ( the exception is zeta, which was retained from Greek ).
If the affiant is a party in the case, the affiant's opponent may be successful in having the affidavit admitted as evidence, as statements by a party-opponent are admissible through an exception to the hearsay rule.
A notable exception is the Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich, whose symphonies use the theme of angst in post-World War II compositions depicting Russian strife during the war.
and atomic physics is no exception.
They are known as 2 -, alpha -, or α-amino acids ( generic formula H < sub > 2 </ sub > NCHRCOOH in most cases < ref > Proline is an exception to this general formula.
A rare exception to the dominance of α-amino acids in biology is the β-amino acid beta alanine ( 3-aminopropanoic acid ), which is used in plants and microorganisms in the synthesis of pantothenic acid ( vitamin B < sub > 5 </ sub >), a component of coenzyme A.
Both sides ( with the exception of hyper-Calvinists ) believe the invitation of the gospel is universal and " must be presented to everyone can reach without any distinction.
The exception is very near absolute zero, where the density of adiabats drops sharply and they become rare ( see Nernst's theorem ).
Amara seems to have been a Buddhist, and most of his work was destroyed, with the exception of what is the celebrated Amara-Kosha ( Treasury of Amara ), a vocabulary of Sanskrit roots, in three books, and hence sometimes called Trikanda or the " Tripartite ".
Newfoundland English in Canada is a notable exception.

exception and N
Other scales, with the possible exception of N gauge, lack the variety and affordability of UK ready-to-run products, it is likely that this deters British modellers and leads to the prevalence of OO.
From that point on, with the exception of some basic art classes, Cho refined his abilities by himself without any formal training, finding influence in Depression-era comics as Prince Valiant and Li ' l Abner, and in the work of artists such as Norman Rockwell, N. C. Wyeth, Andrew Loomis, Al Williamson and Frank Frazetta.
Factory release of Year One which compiled every released track from both sessions with the exception of an alternate take of " Feeling of Love " ( released on Dirty Shirt Rock N Roll: The First Ten Years ).
( One notable exception is Guns N Roses ' Chinese Democracy, which carries a Parental Advisory on some online copies, though Best Buy tends to carry only the clean version.
By exception, the Romanian Cyrillic alphabet used N and ɴ, instead of Н and н.
Neotyphodium species ( with the likely exception of N. chilense ) are closely related to teleomorphic species of the genus Epichloë, from which many have evolved by processes involving interspecific hybridization.
Co. of N. Y. v. Hillmon ( 1892 ), which held that a declarant's out-of-court statement of his intention to do something or go somewhere in the future is admissible under the " state-of-mind " hearsay exception.
From the 90's onward, the group went through numerous lineup changes, with the exception of Torien who remained the only consistent member, which featured musicians such as Steven Adler ( formerly of Guns N ' Roses, later of Adler's Appetite ) and DJ Ashba ( later of Beautiful Creatures, Sixx: A. M. and Guns N ' Roses ) among others.
Greenpeace took exception to G. R. E. E. N ’ s organic fertilizer, maintaining that it was not completely free of toxins.
Lizard Point is the most southerly point on mainland Great Britain at 49 ° 57 ' 30 " N. With the exception of parts of the Isles of Scilly it is the southernmost part of England.
An exception to the predominance of chlorophyll is autumn, when chlorophyll is degraded ( because it contains N and Mg ) but the accessory pigments are not ( because they only contain C, H and O ) and remain in the leaf producing red, yellow and orange leaves.
Several years later, the FCC denied renewal of all RKO General's broadcast licenses ( with the exception of WOR-TV in Secaucus, N. J. which gained a permanent license by agreeing to relocate to New Jersey from New York City ) and assigned the licenses to designated competing applicants.
Released on March 15, 2005 the album is effectively a re-issue of their second album, " Hard To Be A Rock ' N ' Roller ", with the exception of " In My Dreams " replacing the radio edit of " Hard To Be A Rock ' N Roller ".
1, 24 ( Bkrtcy. E. D. N. Y., 2006 ) (" Defendants ' argument that the sole actor rule applies, defeating the application of the adverse interest exception, must be rejected, at least on a motion to dismiss.
With the exception of Marie and Polo, these systems developed between 5 ° and 15 ° N, east of the longitude of Baja California in the climatologically favored area for tropical cyclogenesis.
An exception was the endorsement of the " responsibility to protect " ( known by the acronyms RTP and R2P ), a formulation of the " right of humanitarian intervention " developed by a U. N. commission and proposed by Kofi Annan as part of his In Larger Freedom reform package.

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