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Because God is what He is, the laws of the universe, material and spiritual, are what they are.
Because of these involvements in the matter at stake, Boniface lacked the impartiality that is supposed to be an essential qualification for the position of arbiter, and in retrospect that would seem to be sufficient reason why the English embassies to the Curia proved so fruitless.
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 administration of the forest highway system is a responsibility of the Secretary of Commerce with maintenance provided by the States and counties, this Development Program for the National Forests does not include estimates of the funds needed to maintain the forest highway system nor to construct the additions to it that are needed.
Because the bobbin-to-cone winding process is a relatively high-cost operation for the mill, the almost complete automation provided by the Uniconer can mean important economies in textile production, at the same time upgrading quality.
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 community not severalty of property is the law of nature no man can assert an absolutely unalterable right to what is his.
Because of undesirable flavors, odors, colors, and generally low palatability associated with radiation treatment of this magnitude, the inactivation of enzymes is best accomplished prior to irradiation by the conventional heat-processing methods of blanching.
Because agricultural activities are seasonal and the areas of production and harvest of many foods are widely scattered geographically, and because of the high cost of transporting bulk food items any substantial distance to a central processing location, the use of large central processing stations, where low-cost radiation facilities approaching the megawatt range might be utilized, is inherently impracticable.
Because the rake angle Af at the tip of the knife is very much smaller ( or even negative ) when compared to the value of **yc for the major portion of the knife, a very rapid increase in cutting force with thickness will result.
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 it is so large a state, with marked contrasts in population density, the organization of the New York co-operative offers a cross-section of how the plan works.
Because of this Dr. Bonnor holds that the universe is becoming more thinly populated by stars and whatever else is there.
Because all living beings possess a soul, great care and awareness is essential in one's actions.
Because anthropology developed from so many different enterprises ( see History of Anthropology ), including but not limited to fossil-hunting, exploring, documentary film-making, paleontology, primatology, antiquity dealings and curatorship, philology, etymology, genetics, regional analysis, ethnology, history, philosophy, and religious studies, it is difficult to characterize the entire field in a brief article, although attempts to write histories of the entire field have been made.
Because most embryonic development is outside the parental body, it is subject to many adaptations due to specific ecological circumstances.
Because experimentation is iterative, the
Because the range of possible values for K < sub > a </ sub > spans many orders of magnitude, a more manageable constant, pK < sub > a </ sub > is more frequently used, where pK < sub > a </ sub >

Because and capable
Because of the variety of voltage-sensitive ion channels that can be embedded in the membrane of a neuron, many types of neurons are capable, even in isolation, of generating rhythmic sequences of action potentials, or rhythmic alternations between high-rate bursting and quiescence.
Because it was equipped with online and offline printers that were based on IBM electric typewriter mechanisms, it was capable of what, in 1980s terminology, would be called " letter-quality printing " and therefore inspired TJ-2, arguably the first word processor.
Because Ptolemy derived many of his key latitudes from crude longest day values, his latitudes are erroneous on average by roughly a degree ( 2 degrees for Byzantium, 4 degrees for Carthage ), though capable ancient astronomers knew their latitudes to more like a minute.
Because of the great diversity of forms found in this group, the Proteobacteria are named after Proteus, a Greek god of the sea, capable of assuming many different shapes, and it is therefore not named after the genus Proteus.
Because rhetoric is a public art capable of shaping opinion, some of the ancients including Plato found fault in it.
Because it can perform the tasks of both DNA and enzymes, RNA is believed to have once been capable of supporting independent life forms.
Because we lack this essential background information, we are not justified in inferring that there exists an intelligent Deity who deliberately created a universe capable of sustaining life.
Because of this, confidential information cannot be the subject of theft, as it is not capable of being taken as only tangibles can be taken.
Because of the population's small size, environmental hazards, such as drought, are capable of affecting the entire species.
Because of this, May had concerns about whether he was physically capable of singing it.
Because the carrying capacity of a river depends in part on its depth, the sediment in the water which is over the flooded banks of the channel is no longer capable of keeping the same amount of fines in suspension as the main thalweg.
Because of his skill in gathering important, honourable men to his cause, Sun Quan was able to delegate authority to capable figures.
Because Poe used to be an anthropomorphic duck, he is capable of speech and can interact with the other characters.
Because of this system of surveillance, the Thought Police and the Ministry of Love become universally feared by any member of the Outer Party or any one of the ' Proles ' who is capable ( or felt by the Party to be capable ) of thoughtcrime.
Because of the expense of producing tape heads capable of reading eight tracks, most eight-track players have heads that read just two tracks.
Because his brother, the capable Feldmarschall Archduke Charles, Duke of Teschen, also refused the command, the emperor appointed another brother, the 18-year-old Archduke John.
Writing in A Rat is a Pig is a Dog is a Boy, a critique of animal rights ideology, " Because we are unquestionably a unique species -- the only species capable of even contemplating ethical issues and assuming responsibilities -- we uniquely are capable of apprehending the difference between right and wrong, good and evil, proper and improper conduct toward animals.
Because it was capable of film-quality output on commodity hardware, ElectricImage was popular in the movie and television industries throughout the decade.
Because of this, the segments were even capable of detaching and levitating both within and outside the atmosphere under their own power.
Because it could manipulate its valvetrain, the 2ZZ was capable of reaching 8500 rpm.
Because Paveway 2, although considerably more accurate and capable, was four to five times more expensive per copy and much less applicable to most targeting situations in Vietnam, Paveway 1 became the emphasis of the program.
Because there is often no explicit starting mechanism, the rotor of a motor operating from a constant frequency mains supply must be very light so that it is capable of reaching running speed within one cycle of the mains frequency.

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