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Because of the immediacy of the information, historians tend to value live chronicles, such as annals, over dead ones.
Because they rely on coercion, which is illegal except in the case of conservatorship and is generally viewed as unethical, deprogrammers ' critiques of the unethical practices of cults will tend to have less credibility with cult members than the critiques of exit counselors.
Because of Hund's rules, the first few electrons in a shell tend to have the same spin, thereby increasing the total dipole moment.
Because of their inability to serve both as hydrogen-bond donors and acceptors, ketones tend not to " self-associate " and are more volatile than alcohols and carboxylic acids of comparable molecular weights.
Because open clusters tend to be dispersed before most of their stars reach the end of their lives, the light from them tends to be dominated by the young, hot blue stars.
Because of their commitment to biblical authority, spiritual gifts, and the miraculous, Pentecostals tend to see their movement as reflecting the same kind of spiritual power and teachings that were found in the Apostolic Age of the early church.
Because of this, many modern large caliber hunting revolvers tend to be based on the fixed cylinder design.
Because they tend to have strong flavors and are used in small quantities, spices tend to add few calories to food, even though many spices, especially those made from seeds, contain high portions of fat, protein, and carbohydrate by weight.
Because of the need to market television to a wide audience, shows outside the loose realm of science fiction will often tend to gravitate to established tropes, such as time travel or superheroes.
Because feather shuttles fly more quickly off the racquet face they also tend to cause less shoulder impact and injury.
Because of the lack of a residual gap in the magnetic path, toroidal transformers also tend to exhibit higher inrush current, compared to laminated E-I types.
Because of the viola's size, violists with short arms tend to use smaller-sized instruments for easier playing.
Because loops of current-carrying conductors tend to be forced outwards towards a circular shape by their own magnetic field, the sail could be deployed simply by unspooling the conductor and applying a current through it.
Because the purpose of these clubs is split between general social interaction and taking part in the events themselves, clubs tend to have more single members than married ones ; some clubs restrict their membership to one of the other, and some are for gays and lesbians.
Because these events constitute the majority of the population and because they tend to have the brightest afterglows, they have been studied in much greater detail than their short counterparts.
Because the diapirs are liquified and very hot, they tend to rise through the surrounding native " country " rock, pushing it aside and partially melting it.
Because the effects of dissociatives tend to add a far more sedating and sensory deprived quality to the experience, they are often not considered true psychedelics.
Because temperature variations tend to propagate through dense masonry materials ( thermal diffusion ) at a rate of approximately 1 inch per hour, daytime heat gain will be available at the interior surface of the thermal mass in the early evening when it's needed.
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Because there is no external pressure for the gas to expand against, the work done by or on the system is zero.
Because the porosity of the surface soil results in virtually zero runoff, lenses are easily polluted by fecal waste, burials, and chemical spills.
Because complex differentiation is linear and obeys the product, quotient, and chain rules, the sums, products and compositions of holomorphic functions are holomorphic, and the quotient of two holomorphic functions is holomorphic wherever the denominator is not zero.
Because of the weak, induced dipole-dipole interaction between helium atoms, their macroscopic physical properties are mainly determined by their zero point energy (" ground state kinetic energy ").
Because of this sensitivity to infant mortality, simple life expectancy at age zero can be subject to gross misinterpretation, leading one to believe that a population with a low overall life expectancy will necessarily have a small proportion of older people.
Because the full-time code messages requires that the most significant bits of each byte are zero ( valid MIDI data bytes ), there are really only 28 available bits and 4 spare bits.
Because both ends of the RS-232 circuit depend on the ground pin being zero volts, problems will occur when connecting machinery and computers where the voltage between the ground pin on one end, and the ground pin on the other is not zero.
Because the low pressure stages are limiting the flow, the high pressure stages can be fixed to zero flow.
Because of this, many formulas in algorithms ( such as that for calculating hash table indices ) can be elegantly expressed in code using the modulo operation when array indices start at zero.
Because the left-hand side of the equation is a sum of the squares of real numbers it is greater than or equal to zero, thus:
Because of the proximity to the sea, freezing temperatures are rare ; an average of 2. 9 days a year, and lasting frosts ( when the maximum temperature remains less or equal to zero ) are non-existent.
Because a Trusted Computing equipped computer is able to uniquely attest to its own identity, it will be possible for vendors and others who possess the ability to use the attestation feature to zero in on the identity of the user of TC-enabled software with a high degree of certainty.
Because composition of morphisms is bilinear, the composition of a zero morphism and any other morphism ( on either side ) must be another zero morphism.
Because the divergence of the magnetic field is always zero due to the absence of magnetic monopoles, such an A can always be found.
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Because the cable moves faster than most passengers could safely disembark and load, each chair is connected to the cable by a powerful spring-loaded cable grip which detaches at terminals, allowing the chair to slow considerably for convenient loading and unloading at a typical speed of 200 ft / min ( 2 mph, 4 km / h, 1 m / s ), a speed slower even than fixed-grip bunny chairlifts.
Because a. s. h is a non-moderated Usenet newsgroup, it is technically impossible to ban any person from posting to a. s. h.
Because of this, a. s. h cannot be classified as being pro-choice or pro-life: posters in the newsgroup represent wide range of positions from strict anti-suicide to right-to-die.
Because of the doubling of the number of running lanes along most of the route, which has shortened sight lines and increased lane changing, and due of the high number of junctions, the entire length of the route has ( with the exception of the sections from Junction 1 to Junction 3 and Junction 14 to 17 ) the same speed limit, of 100 km / h, since it was completely upgraded ( 2007 – 10 ).
Because frontage roads only carry local traffic, the speed on these roads is low ( their speed limit is 30 km / h ), making them an ideal environment for bicyclists.
Because of these factors, the speed limit is still 45 mph ( 70 km / h ) in this area, and most people choose to use Ohio Street or Congress Parkway since these entrances are on the right.
Because of this unique construction, it is said that the tower could remain standing during the high winds of a hurricane, where wind speeds appear up to 220 km / h, with an oscillation of only 40 centimeters.
Because the slope of a homoclinal ridge dips in the same direction as the sedimentary strata, the dip angle of this bedding ( Ө ) can be calculated by v / h = tan ( Ө ) where v is equal to the vertical distance and h is equal to the horizontal distance perpendicular to the strike of the beds.
Because of the extreme tidal range there are very strong currents or rips close inshore to the point with speeds that exceed 7 knots ( 13 km / h ) for several hours at each tide.
Because the Vestfold Line still follows the same right-of-way as it did in 1881, NSB is not able to operate trains at any higher speed, with the average operating speed being at 67 km / h.