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As a result of this and of more recent preservation efforts, Cape May is noted for its large number of well-maintained Victorian houses — the second largest collection of such homes in the nation after San Francisco.
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I granted this might be so, but found the result to be even more attention to form than was the case previously.
The result was a collection of 280 songs, ballads, ditties, brought together from all regions of America, more than one hundred never before published: The American Songbag.
To insist on a level of performance in programing and budgeting completely beyond the capabilities of the recipient country would result in the frustration of the basic objective of our development assistance to encourage more rapid growth.
Nevertheless, they made naught of Marx's prophecy that capitalism would never pay the `` workers '' -- to use Marx's word -- more than a subsistence wage, with the consequence that increased productivity must inevitably find its way into the capitalists' pockets with the result, in turn, that the gap between the rich and the poor would irrevocably widen and the misery of the poor increase.
As with the penultimate Giselle release ( Wolff's abridgment for RCA Victor ) I find the cleaner, less razor-edged monophonic version, for all its lack of big-stage spaciousness, the more aurally tolerable -- but this may be the result of processing defects in my SD copies.
When more than two figures are separated by subtraction symbols the subtraction must be carried out from the left to right if the result is to be correct.
If the artist would study his work more thoroughly and move certain units in his design, often only slightly, finer pictures would result.
This appears to result from both a reduced amount of the iodine substrate and a more rapid secretion of newly iodinated thyroglobulin.
The result of this attitude has been the domination of many orthography conferences by such considerations as typographic ' esthetics ', which usually turns out to be nothing more than certain prejudices carried over from European languages.
Mr. Justice Black no doubt concurs in principle but is more apt to make exceptions to achieve a generous and `` just '' result.
As a result, it was decided that a mail questionnaire sent to a large number of companies would be more effective in determining the general practices and opinions of small firms and in highlighting some of the fundamental and recurring problems of defense procurement that concern both industry and government.
Extreme caution should be used, however, to avoid the conflicting usage of an index word or electronic switch which may result from the assignment of more than one name or function to the same address.
Better `` hand '', a more luxurious feel, and better insulating properties were claimed to be the result.
No optimism is more baseless than that which believes that the high speed of modern digital computers allows for use of the crudest of methods in searching out a result.
Typically, Sarah Gross and Mr. A both lost more than their money as the result of their experiences with their Cleveland quacks.
People today are aware of the value of orthodontics, and as a result there are more practitioners in the field.
Erikson has noted that, unless this trust developed early, the time ambivalence experienced, in varying degree and temporarily, by all adolescents ( as a result of their remembering the more immediate gratification of wants during childhood, while not yet having fully accepted the long-range planning required by adulthood ) may develop into a more permanent sense of time diffusion.
Presumably, if the reverse is the case and the good effect is more certain than the evil result that may be forthcoming, not only must the good and the evil be prudentially weighed and found proportionate, but also calculation of the probabilities and of the degree of certainty or uncertainty in the good or evil effect must be taken into account.
But the `` marvelous person '' that is supposed to result from Zen exhibits more Chinese practicality than Indian speculation -- he possesses magical powers, and can use them to order nature and to redeem souls.
You definitely hear some of the instruments close up and others farther back, with the difference in placement apparently more distinct than would result from the nearer instruments merely being louder than the ones farther back.
`` You see, first of all and in a sense as the source of all other ills, the unshakeable American commitment to the principle of unconditional surrender: The tendency to view any war in which we might be involved not as a means of achieving limited objectives in the way of changes in a given status quo, but as a struggle to the death between total virtue and total evil, with the result that the war had absolutely to be fought to the complete destruction of the enemy's power, no matter what disadvantages or complications this might involve for the more distant future ''.
As a result no comparable literature of the period is better known and better studied nor more often performed than the English madrigal.
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In recent weeks, as a result of a sweeping defense policy reappraisal by the Kennedy Administration, basic United States strategy has been modified -- and large new sums allocated -- to meet the accidental-war danger and to reduce it as quickly as possible.
The dominant mechanisms ( to which recent climate change has been attributed ) are anthropogenic, i. e., the result of human activity.
However, some of the more successful American League teams of recent memory, including the 2002 Anaheim Angels, the 2001 Seattle Mariners and the 2005 Chicago White Sox have experienced their success in part as a result of playing " small ball ," advancing runners through means such as the stolen base and the related hit and run play.
The most recent significant migrations came as a result of the Croatian War of Independence when hundreds of thousands were displaced.
In recent decades the Cyclades islands have become popular with European and other tourists, and as a result there have been problems with erosion, pollution, and water shortages.
As a result some recent text books classify ctenophores as triploblastic, and it has been suggested that cnidarians evolved from triploblastic ancestors.
Djibouti has experienced stable economic growth in recent years as a result of achievements in macroeconomic adjustment efforts.
Despite its relatively recent approval by the Food and Drug Administration and the guideline recommendations, digoxin use is decreasing in patients with heart failure, likely the result of several factors.
This may result from an " overlap " between the neurological systems responsible for short-term memory and those responsible for long-term memory, resulting in ( memories of ) recent events erroneously being perceived as being in the past.
A more recent addition to ecosystem ecology are technoecosystems, which are affected by or primarily the result of human activity.
As a result of the devastating Great Chicago Fire of 1871 and recent population boom, new development was plentiful in the city.
As a result of the recent losses, Carthage endeavors to strengthen its garrisons in Sicily and recapture Agrigentum.
Benjamin said, " Hezbollah maintains a presence in Europe and its recent activities demonstrate that it is not constrained by concerns about collateral damage or political fallout that could result from conducting operations there ... We assess that Hezbollah could attack in Europe or elsewhere at any time with little or no warning " and that Hezbollah has " stepped up terrorist campaigns around the world.
There is no general agreement on whether to consider more recent extinctions as a distinct event, merely part of the Quaternary extinction event, or just a result of natural evolution on a non-geologic scale of time.
* the person has a mental illness and there is a substantial likelihood that, as a result of mental illness, the person will, in the near future, ( 1 ) cause serious physical harm to himself or others as evidenced by recent behavior causing, attempting, or threatening harm and other relevant information, if any
As a result of timely modernization of facilities, cutbacks in production and employment, government assumption of portions of Arbed's debt, and recent cyclical recovery of the international demand for steel, the company is again profitable.
Most computers have a conditional branch instruction that tests the sign of a value in a register, or the sign of the result of the most recent arithmetic operation.
As a result of increased Chinese influence in Burma as well as the safe haven and arms trafficking occurring along the Indo-Burmese border, India has sought in recent years to shore up ties with the military junta.
People from the more populous north have settled throughout the country in recent decades as a result of urbanization, industrialization, and the demand for labor.
As a result, Lord Bridge stated he was " undeterred by the consideration that the decision in Anderton v Ryan was so recent.
In the recent example, an impairment of occupation could result from not taking on a job solely because its location happens to be at the top floor of a building, or socially not participating in a social event at a theme park.
In recent years, the economy has grown as a result of increased agricultural exports, especially soybeans.
In recent years the city has been experiencing growing pains as a result of its strong growth, mostly in the areas of urban sprawl and traffic congestion.
More recent research in this vein is the research made by John Lucy describing how usage of the categories of grammatical number and of numeral classifiers in the Mayan language Yucatec result in Mayan speakers classifying objects according to material rather than to shape as preferred by speakers of English.