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Because and could
Because of its wealth of experience, the Organization for European Economic Cooperation could help with the initial studies needed.
`` Because, Fred, it could do him no good.
Because of the authentic homogeneity of his early Nationalistic materials, and his flair for orchestrations -- his brilliant Petruchka, his savage Sacre Du Printemps, his incisive Les Noces -- the world kept hoping that he could recapture the historical direction for which his native talents were predisposed.
Because of its importance, and because the lack of price competition is well recognized, the industry is under considerable public pressure not to raise its price any more than could be justified by cost increases.
Because the ancients could not produce temperatures high enough to melt iron fully, the production of steel in decent quantities did not occur until the introduction of blister steel during the Middle Ages.
Because pig iron could be melted, people began to develop processes of reducing the carbon in the liquid pig iron to create steel.
Because ending the game is optional, and a player may not realize that he can end it, it is unethical to say " good game ", or in any other way indicate that the game could be ended, until after a player actually has ended the game.
" The Chicago Daily Tribune called it “ One of the most spectacular crimes of the 20th century, and what is believed to be the first airplane kidnap murder on record .” Because it occurred somewhere over three Missouri counties, and involved interstate transport of a stolen airplane, it raised questions in legal circles about where, by whom, and even whether he could be prosecuted.
Because of this dynamism, users could not be expected to access services by specifying their address.
: Because the AIM-54 ECCM / Sealed received no coolant, F-14 Tomcats carrying this version of the missile could not exceed a specified airspeed.
Because there is no selection pressure for sight in this environment, any number of genetic abnormalities that give rise to the damage or loss of eyes could proliferate among the population with no effect on the fitness of the population.
Because grocery stores are not permitted to carry wine or liquor, the older law essentially meant that only beer and alcoholic malt beverages could be purchased at all on Sundays.
Because Chaplin was not a trained musician, he could not read notes and needed the help of professional composers, such as David Raksin, Raymond Rasch and Eric James, when creating his scores.
Because each governor held equal imperium to the equivalent magistrate, they were escorted by the same number of lictors ( 12 ) and could only be vetoed by a reigning Consul or Praetor.
Because he could still be useful to a contending team, the Rockies traded him to the St. Louis Cardinals in August for three minor-leaguers.
Because this theory could account for the presence of diluvium, the word drift became the preferred term for the loose, unsorted material, today called till.
Because of its chemical similarity to levomethorphan, DXM could also be treated as a Schedule II drug under the Federal Analog Act.
Because of this it could not raise a strong resistance against invaders, and were easily defeated and subjugated by the Shyris, ancient indigenous people who joined the Kingdom of Quito.
Because of the world's absurdity, at any point in time, anything can happen to anyone, and a tragic event could plummet someone into direct confrontation with the Absurd.
Because subwoofers are generally limited to a bandwidth of no higher than 150 Hz, the switching speed for the amplifier does not have to be as high as for a full range amplifier, and simpler designs could be utilized.
Because of Hitler's September 1 invasion of Poland, it was October before they could arrange for the letter to be personally delivered.
Because they were stationary, the viewer could not tell which character was talking unless its puppet moved up or down.
Because Arbenz could not be pressured to take into consideration the arguments made to prevent expropriation from UFCo, his government was undermined with propaganda.
Because Galen's works were not translated into Latin in the ancient period, and because of the collapse of the Roman Empire in the West, the study of Galen, along with the Greek medical tradition as a whole, went into decline in Western Europe during the Early Middle Ages, when very few Latin scholars could read Greek.
Because of industrialization and modernization of the trade and industry, and the rise of powerful nation-states that could directly issue patent and copyright protections — often revealing the trade secrets — the guilds ' power faded.

Because and manipulate
Because the vibrations resonate in the shell of the drum, the shell can be used to increase the volume and to manipulate the type of sound produced.
* Because garbage-collection is only done on built-in types, reference counting can be efficiently integrated into the library routines used to manipulate each datatype, keeping the overhead needed for updating of reference counts low.
Because of his ability to seemingly manipulate and transform reality with the cinematograph, the prolific Méliès is sometimes referred to as the " Cinemagician.
Because most 32-bit Unix-like systems store and manipulate time in this format, it is usually called Unix time, and so the year 2038 problem is often referred to as the Unix Millennium Bug.
Because the environments that policies seek to influence or manipulate are typically complex adaptive systems ( e. g. governments, societies, large companies ), making a policy change can have counterintuitive results.
Because of differences in the quantity and quality of information available about the performance of individual employees, the ability of employees to bear risk, and the ability of employees to manipulate evaluation methods, the structural details of individual contracts vary widely, including such mechanisms as “ piece rates, options, discretionary bonuses, promotions, profit sharing, efficiency wages, deferred compensation, and so on .” Typically, these mechanisms are used in the context of different types of employment: salespeople often receive some or all of their remuneration as commission, production workers are usually paid an hourly wage, while office workers are typically paid monthly or semimonthly ( and if paid overtime, typically at a higher rate than the hourly rate implied by the salary ).
Because all Russian and European spacecraft dock automatically there is no need to manipulate spacecraft on the Russian segment so the European arm is smaller and less powerful than Canadarm2.
Because of her willingness to manipulate the people around her, Bette has been compared to Iago in William Shakespeare's play Othello.
Because 25 more crystals are needed to provide the necessary power matrix, Cortex devises a plot to manipulate Crash Bandicoot into retrieving the crystals for him.
Because the method of Gödel numbering was novel, and to avoid any ambiguity, Gödel presented a list of 45 explicit formal definitions of primitive recursive functions and relations used to manipulate and test Gödel numbers.
Because Mario will constantly walk left or right regardless of any oncoming hazards, the player controls the fairy Wanda, who possesses the ability to manipulate the environment in order to protect Mario.
Because it is in complex form it has as the further advantage that it is easier to manipulate in calculations than its real counterpart.
Because the emulsion is gelatin-based, and the Mylar covering does not allow water vapor to readily pass, the emulsion stays soft for several days, allowing artists to press and manipulate the emulsion to produce effects somewhat like impressionist paintings.
Because loading and unloading the caster is performed by hand, it is easiest and less fatiguing to manipulate the mold at waist level in one fluid motion as allowed by a front-loading spin caster.

Because and its
Because of the means of publication -- science-fiction magazines and cheap paperbacks -- and because dystopian science fiction is still appearing in quantity the full range and extent of this phenomenon can hardly be known, though one fact is evident: the science-fiction imagination has been immensely fertile in its extrapolations.
Because scientific instruction and research involve increasingly large sums of money, an institution should choose its fields of prominence.
Because of its traditional lines, it probably has more kid appeal than any other model.
Because the food is selected with thought for its nutritional value, care for its origin, and prepared in a manner that retains the most nutrients, the food does taste good.
-- Held out of Texas Tech's sweat-suits drill Monday at Lubbock was tackle Richard Stafford, who is undergoing treatment for a leg injury suffered in the Raiders' 38-7 loss to Texas A & M Because of its important game with Arkansas coming up Saturday, Baylor worked out in the rain Monday -- mud or no mud.
Because of its simplicity, star hopping is a very common method for finding objects that are close to naked-eye stars.
Because of independence, the decision whether to use of the axiom of choice ( or its negation ) in a proof cannot be made by appeal to other axioms of set theory.
Because virtually all extant written material on Arianism was written by its opponents, the nature of Arian teachings is difficult to define precisely today.
Because of its hardness and ability to resist acids, agate is used to make mortars and pestles to crush and mix chemicals.
Because of its classical Greco-Roman style, the ruins of Mission San Juan Capistrano's Great Stone Church in California, United States has been called the " American Acropolis ".
Because of its importance as a symbol of indigenous culture, its gluten-free palatability, easy to cook, and its protein particularly well suited to human nutritional needs, interest in grain amaranth ( especially A. cruentus and A. hypochondriacus ) revived in the 1970s.
Because of its ( relatively ) economically isolated location, Alberta relies heavily on transportation links with the rest of the world.
Because of this, its main stars have no particular pattern and it is devoid of bright deep-sky objects.
Because of its elevation and distance from the coast, the Australian Capital Territory experiences four distinct seasons, unlike many other Australian cities whose climates are moderated by the sea.
Because of its pioneering efforts, Acadia is a laureate of Washington ’ s Smithsonian Institution and a part of the permanent research collection of the National Museum of American History.
Because of its bright green color when polished, amazonite is sometimes cut and used as a gemstone, although it is easily fractured.
Because of its size, the value of grazing and mining is considerable.
Because of the early origin of its original form, it does not address some Christological issues defined in the later Nicene and other Christian Creeds.
Because of its relatively small size for a capital city, Bonn was sometimes referred to, jokingly, as the Bundeshauptstadt ohne nennenswertes Nachtleben ( Federal capital without noteworthy night-life ) or the Bundesdorf ( Federal Village ).

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