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Any information may be conveyed by an analog signal ; often such a signal is a measured response to changes in physical phenomena, such as sound, light, temperature, position, or pressure.
Any person who felt himself wronged might lay an information before the Council of Areopagus, on declaring what law was broken by the wrong done to him.
Any process that generates successive messages can be considered a source of information.
Any change to the information processing environment introduces an element of risk.
* " Any police-initiated action that relies on the race, ethnicity, or national origin rather than the behavior of an individual or information that leads the police to a particular individual who has been identified as being, or having been, engaged in criminal activity.
Any information retrievable by any form of energy can be machine-readable.
Any type of communications or information technology wiring will be considered premises wiring, including telephone, computer / data, intercom, closed-circuit television, etc.
Previous CEOs included David Levin, who left in 2005 to head United Business Media PLC, and the founding CEO, Colly Myers, who left the company in 2002 to found IssueBits, the company behind SMS information service Any Question Answered ( AQA ).
Any information on Yaropolk's baptism according to the Latin rite would be suppressed by later Orthodox chroniclers, zealous to keep Vladimir's image of the Russian Apostle untarnished for succeeding generations.
Any EU citizen or entity may appeal the ombudsman to investigate an EU institution on the grounds of maladministration: administrative irregularities, unfairness, discrimination, abuse of power, failure to reply, refusal of information or unnecessary delay.
Any user can " register " with one of these gateways by providing the information needed to log on to that network, and can then communicate with users of that network as though they were XMPP users.
Any highly sensitive information should not be stored if it is possible.
Any of these contains far more information about Indian and damascene steels than appears in the entire literature of classical Greece and Rome.
Any stations not using use the live broadcast invariably obtain information from the REGIS information system or from the Traffic Scotland website.
Any such information should be easy to search, focused on the user's task, list concrete steps to be carried out, and not be too large.
Any man whose name appeared on the list was ipso facto stripped of his citizenship and excluded from all protection under law ; reward money was given to any informer who gave information leading to the death of a proscribed man, and any person who killed a proscribed man was entitled to keep part of his estate ( the remainder went to the state ).
Any company could submit individual product information via Google Base or could bulk submit items for inclusion.
Any other information must be deduced from the poems ' themes, as there is neither a definite authorial attribution within them nor any ' tradition ' as to the author's identitity ( as with Langland and Piers Plowman ).
Any strategic information system must be analyzed across all departments in the organization. _Cost and Competitive Advantage.
Any changes to this information have to be sealed by an official registrar.
Any stations having information concerning the whereabouts of the named vessel are asked to communicate with and report same to the nearest coast guard station.
Any agent who works at a computer terminal or provides information for the field agents are members of this section.
Any information about future expansions and features have been not disclosed yet.

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Any alteration of one of these factors is distortion, although we generally use that word only for effects so pronounced that they can be stated quantitatively on the basis of standard tests.
Any example of grand or exquisite diction may have been created by the poet who compiled numerous lays into the two works we possess or may be due to one of his completely unknown fellow-craftsmen.
Any of the several well-known axiomatisations will do ; we assume without proof all the basic well-known results about our formalism ( such as the normal form theorem or the soundness theorem ) that we need.
* Extensibility: Any database system has its own predefined set of data types which we can use to build new types ( see Complex Objects ), but a purely extensible system is designed such that there are no logical differences between built-in ( or ' primitive ') data types and ' custom ' data types, though there may be strong differences in the way the two are implemented.
Any form of triangle that we experience will be an imperfect representation of the ideal triangle.
Any architectural project we do takes at least four or five years, so increasingly there is a discrepancy between the acceleration of culture and the continuing slowness of architecture.
However, in the case of a finitely presented group we know that not all the generators can be trivial ( Any individual generator could be, of course ).
Any collection of objects and morphisms defines a ( possibly large ) directed graph G. If we let J be the free category generated by G, there is a universal diagram F: J → C whose image contains G. The limit ( or colimit ) of this diagram is the same as the limit ( or colimit ) of the original collection of objects and morphisms.
* quantification Any morphism f: X → Y in a category with pullbacks induces a monotonous map acting by pullbacks ( A monotonous map is a functor if we consider the preorders as categories ).
Any list of indigetes, however, is conjectural ; Raimo Anttila points out that " we do not know the list of the di indigetes.
Any kind of equipment we purchase, we rely strictly on grants.
Any timelike curve admits a comoving observer whose " time axis " corresponds to that curve, and, since no observer is privileged, we can always find a local coordinate system in which lightcones are inclined at 45 degrees to the time axis.
If that original show ( Broadway Open House ) had been done five years later, they may have changed their minds, because they did a lot of the same kind of humor we did later ... Any time a performer dies in the process of doing a television series or a Broadway show, it's a difficult proposition how to proceed in good taste.
Any antichain can intersect any chain in at most one element, so, if we can partition the elements of an order into k chains then the width of the order must be at most k. Dilworth's theorem states that this bound can always be reached: there always exists an antichain, and a partition of the elements into chains, such that the number of chains equals the number of elements in the antichain, which must therefore also equal the width.
Any and all sisters who honor their holy endowments, not only have right, but should feel it a duty, whenever called upon to administer to our sisters in these ordinances, which God has graciously committed to His daughters as well as to His sons ; and we testify that when administered and received in faith and humility they are accompanied with almighty power.
Any time we choose a point that is rejected, we tighten the envelope with another line segment that is tangent to the curve at the point with the same x-coordinate as the chosen point.
Any one of these elements alone can promote cell damage, but here we have several acting together.
An introductory title screen – repeated as the Foreword to the 1946 novelization by Eric Warman – contains an explicit statement: " This is the story of two worlds, the one we know and another which exists only in the mind of a young airman whose life and imagination have been violently shaped by war ", adding " Any resemblance to any other world known or unknown is purely coincidental ".
Any other test will have a different rejection region that we define as.
Any time we said anything to him, he was already a step ahead.
Any proof by contrapositive can also be trivially formulated in terms of a Proof by contradiction: To prove the proposition, we consider the opposite,.

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