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Both eventualities are possible logically, but practically they are impossible.
from Brown Corpus
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Both I and my feelings come up out of a chain of events that fan out into the past into sources that are ultimately very unlike the entity which I now am.
Both allowances are governed by conditions and restrictions set forth in detail in the state's Travel Regulations.
Both of these systems are essential for the production, development, and use of the National Forests.
Both the photocathode and the image plane of such an electrode configuration are curved concave as seen from the anode aperture.
Both man and wife should be aware of the fact that a lack of climax, and even the absence of the anticipated keen pleasure are not a sign that the wife may be cold or frigid.
Both are primarily concerned with the uses that can be made of the material that the collector has found.
Both Miss Garson and her oilman-rancher husband are active supporters of Boys Clubs of America and patrons of the vivid art and opera colony that flourishes in New Mexico.
Both are 6 feet tall and weigh between 195 and 200 pounds, but Mantle, incredibly muscular ( he has a 17-1/2-inch neck ), looks bigger.
Both these types, and those in between, are in existence by reason of a legislative interest in libraries that began at Albany as early as 1950, with the creation by the legislature of county library systems financed by county governments with matching funds from the state.
Both are members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, the African Union and other multilateral organizations.
Both and possible
Both, and subsequently Cuyp, used the advantages of this new lighting style to alter the sense of depth and luminosity possible in a painting.
Both UMNO and the MCA were nervous about the possible appeal of Lee's People's Action Party ( then seen as a radical socialist party ) to voters in Malaya, and tried to organise a party in Singapore to challenge Lee's position there.
In 1615, the shipwreck and death of governor Pieter Both, who was coming back from India with four richly laden ships in the bay, caused the route to be considered as cursed by Dutch sailors, and they tried to avoid it as much as possible.
Both Governments will therefore direct their common efforts, jointly with other friendly powers if occasion arises, toward attaining this goal as soon as possible.
Both uses are possible because certain substances called nuclear fuels undergo fission when struck by fission neutrons, and in turn emit neutrons when they break apart.
Both these works, with Adam of Bremen as a possible source, were confused about the location of what they called Wintland — the Malmesbury monk had it on the ocean east of Norway, while Higden put it west of Denmark but failed to explain the distance.
Both Orange and Barlow confronted Martin-Smith about the internal conflict, because they did not want him dropping out while touring and before any possible future touring of America, which never took place.
Both Jean Mouton and Loyset Compère were buried there, and it is certainly possible that Josquin acquired his later connections with the French royal chapel through early experiences at Saint-Quentin.
Both Spinoza and Leibniz asserted that, in principle, all knowledge, including scientific knowledge, could be gained through the use of reason alone, though they both observed that this was not possible in practice for human beings except in specific areas such as mathematics.
Both US and UK editions of the Official Dreamcast Magazine awarded the game the highest possible 10 / 10 score, as did the popular publication DC: UK.
Both of the previous results are still possible, as is a third: this could be a region in which the energy does not vary, in which case the equilibrium is called neutral or indifferent or marginally stable.
Both Huxley and his grandfather gave Romanes Lectures on the possible connection between evolution and ethics.
( Both Bean and Monash, however, having seen the very worst excesses of British military doctrines and the waste of life on the Western Front, were determined that the role of the commander was to look after, and protect as far as possible, the troops under their command.
Both secular and spiritual believers describe UFOs as having abilities beyond what are considered possible according to known aerodynamic constraints and physical laws.
Both houses of the Australian parliament have strictly enforced rules on how long members may speak, so filibusters are generally not possible.
Both an ( unreported ) Aequan capture followed by Roman recapture, or a failed Aequan siege are therefore possible.
Both feed the young, often leaving them alone for long times ; this unusual habit for wading birds may be made possible by the thick nest walls.
Others, however, use this expression only to indicate a distinction between ontological possibility and epistemic possibility, as in " Both the ontological possibility of X under current conditions and the ontological impossibility of X under current conditions are epistemically possible " ( in logical terms, " I am not aware of any facts inconsistent with the truth of proposition X, but I am likewise not aware of any facts inconsistent with the truth of the negation of X ").
The area identified by Whitcomb was quite large, and overlapped the area of the Palmdale Bulge, an apparent uplift ( later discounted ), which was causing some concern as a possible precusor of large earthquake on the San Andreas fault. Both the uplift and the changes in seismic velocities were predicted by the then current dilatancy theory, although Whitcomb emphasized his " hypothesis test " was based solely on the seismic velocities, and that he regarded that theory unproven.