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While several yards from it, still concealed by the shrubbery, she'd seen two men on her left at the pool's edge.
They had never seen a tultul but they had heard about it from their fathers ''.
It will readily be seen that in this suggested network ( not materially different from some of the networks in vogue today ) greater emphasis on monitoring is implied than is usually put into practice.
In our own time we have seen that the novelist's debt to psychoanalysis has increased but that the novel itself has not profited much from this marriage.
He could also hear the stream which he had seen from his position.
They went shopping in the neighborhood, and bought two loaves of bread with the ration coupons they had been given in Blois, and some cheese, and a dozen eggs, and a bag of oranges from a peddler in the Place Redoute -- the first oranges they had seen since they landed.
And what of that poor tarred and feathered wretch he had seen on the road driving down from Schuyler's??
However, after you've seen all the historical piazzas and plazas, the places and forums, the churches and museums, the palaces and castles, and begin to feel at home in the capitals of Europe, you'll want to change your course and follow the by-roads at will, far from the market places.
As can be seen from Figure 2, an extensive area was covered by this aerosol.
As can be seen from these dosage isopleths, approximately 100 square miles was covered within the area sampled.
Although we are still far from a complete understanding of these problems, as a first approximation, it is suggested that alterations in the hypothalamic balance with consequent changes in the hypothalamic-cortical discharges account for major changes in behavior seen in various moods and states of emotions in man and beast under physiological circumstances, in experimental and clinical neurosis, and as the result of psychopharmacological agents.
It is also seen that Af, since the change from Af to Af is accomplished by a continuous translation.
They knew that their perceptual experience differed from objective reality since they had seen the desk and ball prior to putting on the aniseikonic lenses.
Nothing could be seen from the floor, but by moving around the gallery one could get glimpses ; ;
This theme comes to represent the outer world, the realm of battles and banquets -- seen from a distance, quite distinct from the quieter spiritual life in the monastery.
It can be seen from Fig. 2 that the cutting removal of a coating from its substrate involves pure cohesive failure of the coating.
It can be seen that the force is characteristic of the removal process and changes abruptly from cutting to cracking to peeling removal.
The measured force, H, in cutting removal of coatings from their substrates consequently can be seen to be the sum of that force required to cut the coating, Af, that due to the bluntness of the knife, Af, and that due to the friction between the bottom of the knife and the substrate, Af, or Af.
Both the photocathode and the image plane of such an electrode configuration are curved concave as seen from the anode aperture.
I am sure that nothing within me is capable of composing that life-like sequence, so complete in detail, from the hodge-podge of news pictures I have seen.
Shaw could also give the flyer a pretty good idea of area visibility by a visual check of the mountains to be seen from his station.
Plane radios were not yet available, and once in the air, Fogg flew his ship by compass, a good memory for landmarks as seen from above, and a capacity for dead reckoning and quick computation.
The hotel staff, as well as residents of the Excelsior, told us they saw that both ladies were bleeding from scratches as they were seen fleeing down the hall.

seen and definition
The light beam from a distant object cannot itself have any transverse velocity component, or it could not ( by definition ) be seen by the observer, since it would miss the observer.
Individuals who alternate between top / dominant and bottom / submissive roles – whether from relationship to relationship or within a given relationship – are known as switches, though the term is occasionally seen as derogatory or unnuanced and is rejected by many who might simplistically fit the definition.
This number can be seen as equal to the one of the first definition, independently of any of the formulas below to compute it: if in each of the n factors of the power one temporarily labels the term X with an index i ( running from 1 to n ), then each subset of k indices gives after expansion a contribution X < sup > k </ sup >, and the coefficient of that monomial in the result will be the number of such subsets.
The chhatri, seen in Indian architecture, fits the definition of a cupola when it is used atop a larger structure.
This narrowness of definition has caused some debate over the years, and its result, the exclusion of Hebridean sites from most major syntheses, can be seen as a shortcoming which, due to superficial typologies, results in the failure to unite these sites, whose inhabitants shared the common habit of living on water.
The result, div F, is a function of p. From this definition it also becomes explicitly visible that div F can be seen as the source density of the flux of F.
His definition of deconstruction is that, " the term ' deconstruction ' refers in the first instance to the way in which the ' accidental ' features of a text can be seen as betraying, subverting, its purportedly ' essential ' message.
One important definition is the fourth: " Things seen under a greater angle appear greater, and those under a lesser angle less, while those under equal angles appear equal.
However, it is argued that this approach fails to properly define euthanasia, as it leaves open a number of possible actions which would meet the requirements of the definition, but would not be seen as euthanasia.
The definition offered by the Oxford English Dictionary incorporates suffering as a necessary condition, with " the painless killing of a patient suffering from an incurable and painful disease or in an irreversible coma ", and this approach can be seen as a part of other works, such as Marvin Khol and Paul Kurtz's " a mode or act of inducing or permitting death painlessly as a relief from suffering ".
a fact that cannot be seen directly from the definition of elementary function but can be proven using the Risch algorithm.
" A classic definition of faith appears in the New Testament: " Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen ….
A simple but useful property, which can be seen from the limit definition, is:
A key factor in knitting is stitch definition, corresponding to how well complicated stitch patterns can be seen when made from a given yarn.
* The Islamic calendar has retained an observational definition of the new moon, marking the new month when the first crescent moon is actually seen, and making it impossible to be certain in advance of when a specific month will begin ( in particular, the exact date on which Ramadan will begin is not known in advance ).
This phenomenon is also associated with a changing speed of light as seen from the definition of index of refraction provided above which implies:
Yorkists were tied so much to the old order that Catholic rebellions ( such as the Pilgrimage of Grace ) and aspirations ( exemplified by William Allen ( cardinal )) were seen as continuing in their reactionary footsteps, when in opposition to the Tudors ' reformation policies, although the Tudors were not uniformly Protestant according to Continental definition — instead were true to their Lancastrian Beaufort allegiance, in the appointment of Reginald Pole.
The effects of receiving delayed and distorted versions of the signal can be seen in the loss of definition of the signal transitions.
In this narrower definition, universal algebra can be seen as a special branch of model theory, in which we are typically dealing with structures having operations only ( i. e. the type can have symbols for functions but not for relations other than equality ), and in which the language used to talk about these structures uses equations only.
Under this definition, DC voltages can vary in time, as seen in the raw output of a rectifier or the fluctuating voice signal on a telephone line.
Because the definition of a state of " war " may be debated, the term " war crime " itself has seen different usage under different systems of international and military law.
However, this definition can be applied to any pair of planets, as seen from the one farther from the Sun.
This definition is limited to those books that predate the Quran ; they are seen as divine guidance from God to man that has been corrupted.
This definition is not extended to followers of similar texts claiming divine guidance after the revelation of the Quran, as the Quran is seen as the final revelation and therefore any following are necessarily false.

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