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indirect and sequel
Speaker for the Dead ( 1986 ) is a science fiction novel by Orson Scott Card and an indirect sequel to the novel Ender's Game.
The Afghan, published in August 2006, is an indirect sequel to The Fist of God.
It is the indirect sequel to Without Remorse.
An indirect sequel, Crash Nitro Kart, was released in 2003 for the PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox, Game Boy Advance and N-Gage.
An indirect sequel titled Crash Nitro Kart was released in 2003 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, Nintendo GameCube, Game Boy Advance and N-Gage and was the first game in the Crash Bandicoot series to feature full motion video.
It is an indirect sequel to Crash Team Racing and the first full motion video based game in the series.
* To Know Where I'm Coming From ( 2007 ) by Johann S. Lee ( Cannon International, 2007 ISBN 978-981-05-9472-5 ), Lee's indirect sequel to Peculiar Chris.

indirect and was
In all cases the activity against Af cells was spread over a wider area than that with Af cells, regardless of the type of test ( saline, albumin, indirect Coombs ) used for comparison.
( 3 ) In other experiments the indirect conjugate was treated with 3 volumes of ethyl acetate as recommended by Dineen and Ade ( 1957 ).
This conjugate was passed twice through Dowex-2-chloride and treated with various tissue powders in the same manner as described for the indirect method.
In the indirect method, this was evident from the fact that tumor sections were stained light green even when stained with NS and Af or with Af only.
The specific staining by both direct and indirect methods showed that WTV antigen was concentrated in the pseudophloem tissue and in a few thick-walled cells in the xylem region, but was not detectable in any other tissues of the root and stem tumors.
159 </ sup > Array indexing was originally done by self-modifying code, and later using index registers and indirect addressing.
Failure to address the economic and social disparities and increasing political awareness of the less-affluent population, as well as indirect intervention and economic funding to the main political groups by both the KGB and the CIA, as part of the Cold War, led to a political polarization under Socialist President Salvador Allende which in turn resulted in the 11 September 1973 coup and the military dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet, whose 17-year regime was responsible for numerous human rights violations and deep market-oriented economic reforms.
Membership in guilds was an indirect form of citizenship in that it helped their members succeed financially.
Generally a party will be accused of indirect contempt by the party for whose benefit the order was entered.
It was not until 1997, however, that a direct experiment, by S. Lamoreaux, described above, quantitatively measured the force ( to within 15 % of the value predicted by the theory ), although previous work van Blockland and Overbeek ( 1978 ) had observed the force qualitatively, and indirect validation of the predicted Casimir energy had been made by measuring the thickness of liquid Helium films by Sabisky and Anderson in 1972.
The superscalar complexity in the case of modern x86 was solved with dynamically issued and buffered micro-operations, i. e. indirect and dynamic superscalar execution ; the Pentium Pro and AMD K5 are early examples of this.
In short, it was an indirect insult by the Ottomans to the HRE and the Russians.
The government led by Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, conferred the additional title upon her by an Act of Parliament, reputedly to assuage the monarch's irritation at being, as a mere Queen, notionally inferior to her own daughter ( Princess Victoria was the wife of the reigning German Emperor ); the Indian Imperial designation was also formally justified as the expression of Britain succeeding as paramount ruler of the subcontinent the former Mughal ' Padishah of Hind ', using indirect rule through hundreds of princely states formally under protection, not colonies, but accepting the British Sovereign as their suzerain.
During this period, businessman and politician Henry Norris was the club chairman and curiously he had an indirect role in the foundation of Fulham's local rivals Chelsea F. C ..
The Cortes was to be elected by universal suffrage, albeit by an indirect method.
In the aftermath, all power was transferred from the East India Company to the British Crown, which began to administer most of India as a number of provinces ; the John Company's lands were controlled directly, while it had considerable indirect influence over the rest of India, which consisted of the Princely states ruled by local royal families.
Although normally used to imply forcible imposition of a more powerful foreign government's control on a weaker country, or over conquered territory that was previously without a unified government, " imperialism " is sometimes also used to describe loose or indirect political or economic influence or control of weak states by more powerful ones.
( The Library of Alexandria in fact had an indirect cause in the creation of writing parchment — due to the library's critical need for papyrus, little was exported and thus an alternate source of copy material became essential.
The French policy of assimilation and direct rule, however, was never applied with any vigor in Mauritania, where a system that corresponded more to Britain's colonial policies of association and indirect rule developed.
The articulation of the primacy of embodiment led him away from phenomenology towards what he was to call “ indirect ontology ” or the ontology of “ the flesh of the world ” chair du monde, seen in his last incomplete work, The Visible and Invisible, and his last published essay, “ Eye and Mind ”.
Their purpose was to locate the enemy and direct and correct the indirect fire of artillery from the artillery fortifications as well as to report on the progress and position of key enemy units.
Mercenary-on-mercenary warfare in Italy led to relatively bloodless campaigns which relied as much on manoeuvre as on battles, since the condottieri recognized it was more efficient to attack the enemy's ability to wage war rather than his battle forces, discovering the concept of indirect warfare 500 years before Sir Basil Liddell Hart, and attempting to attack the enemy supply lines, his economy and his ability to wage war rather than risking an open battle, and manoeuvre him into a position where risking a battle would have been suicidial.

indirect and released
Gas content determination techniques generally fall into two categories: ( 1 ) direct methods which actually measure the volume of gas released from a coal sample sealed into a desorption canister and ( 2 ) indirect methods based on empirical correlations, or laboratory derived sorption isotherm gas storage capacity data.
English was released because his role was minor and indirect.
Specific storage ( S < sub > s </ sub >) and its depth-integrated equivalent, storativity ( S = S < sub > s </ sub > b ), are indirect aquifer properties ( they cannot be measured directly ); they indicate the amount of groundwater released from storage due to a unit depressurization of a confined aquifer.
More common are the indirect routes ; foodstuffs or water become contaminated ( by people not washing their hands before preparing food, or untreated sewage being released into a drinking water supply ) and the people who eat and drink them become infected.
New Super Mario Bros. U is set to be released on the Wii U, and is an indirect follow-up to New Super Mario Bros. Wii.

indirect and year
By contrast, the year of death can be determined only through indirect sources.
In September of that year, Chun was elected president by indirect election and inaugurated in March of the following year, officially starting the 5th Republic.
While this was not an insignificant achievement, Bevan's rate of housebuilding was seen as less of an achievement than that of his Conservative ( indirect ) successor, Harold Macmillan, who was able to complete some 300, 000 a year as Minister for Housing in the 1950s.
But the campaign was defeated by a vote in Congress that rejected an amendment calling direct elections for next year, and, in 1985, a civilian president, Tancredo Neves, was elected by the same indirect procedure, with Lula's support.
The revolt in the German protectorate had been, nearly a year before the death of Morenga, the indirect occasion of a " Boer raid " into Cape Colony.
In the fiscal 2001 year, Tyco acquired Mallinckrodt Inc. and Simplex Time Recorder Company which it later merged in January 2002 with Grinnell Fire Protection to form an indirect wholly owned subsidiary, SimplexGrinnell LP, the world's largest fire protection company.
The following year Paramount Pictures, an indirect player in the failure of the DuMont network, sold its shares in Metropolitan Broadcasting to Washington-based investor John Kluge, who became the company's chairman and later gained a 75-percent controlling interest.
The Green County, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation says the brewery has a direct and indirect economic impact of about $ 40 million a year.
Internationally, FOD costs the aviation industry US $ 13 billion per year in direct plus indirect costs.
The indirect costs are as much as ten times the indirect cost value, representing delays, aircraft changes, incurred fuel costs, unscheduled maintenance, and the like for a total of $ 13 billion per year and causes expensive, significant damage to aircraft and parts and death and injury to workers, pilots and passengers.
A year and a half later Boeing sold the civilian line of helicopters to MD Helicopter Holdings Inc., an indirect subsidiary of the Dutch company, RDM Holding Inc.
A year after taking office the PL under Sant replaced VAT by a similar indirect tax, the Customs and Excise Tax ( CET ).
The line was extended south along the Richelieu River valley in 1851 to Rouses Point, New York and the following year saw a more direct routing built from the St. John-Laprairie line to St. Lambert, directly opposite Montreal to avoid the indirect journey up and down the St. Lawrence River from Laprairie.
Therefore it is considered as indirect taxation, on out-of-country and re-repatriated Greeks, as that amount is basically salary for an entire year in Greece.
Lebanese presidential elections are indirect, with the President being elected to a 6 year term by the Parliament.
An indirect effect was the " radical decree " which was passed in the year 1972.
The Shenhua also expects to complete a 6 Million ton per year ( 3 Million TPY first phase ) coal-to-fuel project using its own Fischer Tropsch indirect conversion technology next to the Inner Mongolia plant in the third quarter of 2009.
Yankuang expects to break ground shortly on a ( 1 million ton per year ) indirect synthetic fuels project.

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