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Both and aberration
Both the illumination lens, which is located above the sample and is conventionally called the condenser lens, and the collection lens ( called the objective lens ) are equipped with fifth-order spherical aberration correctors.

Both and axis
Both J < sub > α </ sub >( x ) and Y < sub > α </ sub >( x ) are holomorphic functions of x on the complex plane cut along the negative real axis.
Both authors used a single axis in their treatments and have a variable length measured in reference to this axis.
Both solar time and sidereal time make use of the regularity of the Earth's rotation about its polar axis, solar time following the Sun while sidereal time roughly follows the stars.
Both radial abduction and ulnar adduction occurs around a dorsopalmar axis running through the head of the capitate bone.
Both of these temples were rectangles with their corners aligned to the cardinal directions, a central hall flanked along the long axis flanked by two smaller halls, and buttressed façades ; the prototype of all future Mesopotamian temple architectural typology.
Both posit that lamellae intersect grana stacks in parallel sheets, though whether these sheets intersect in planes perpendicular to the grana stack axis, or are arranged in a right-handed helix is debated.
Both cultures were preoccupied with architectural monuments that celebrated or glorified a victory ideology: triumphal arches ( the largest in the world would be built on Berlin's north-south axis ), columns, trophies, and a cult of pageantry associated with the subjugation of others.
* Both projections are cylindrical: for the Normal Mercator, the axis of the cylinder coincides with the polar axis and the line of tangency with the equator.
Both GM tubes were mounted parallel to the spacecraft spin axis.
Both images are aligned along the central vertical axis, mirroring each other.
Both as a form of the lotus rising from the swamps to touch the sun and as a ( palm ) tree reaching from earth to heaven, the palmette carries the characteristics of the axis mundi or world tree.
Both have fifth floor living spaces at their central axis only.
Both levels have a " vee " groove machined along the base which enables the level to sit on a round bar while remaining parallel with the bar's axis.

Both and points
Both Pythons later felt that there had been a strange role reversal in the manner of the debate, with two young upstart comedians attempting to make serious, well-researched points, while the establishment figures engaged in cheap jibes and point scoring.
Both the Mishnah and Talmud contain little serious biographical studies of the people discussed therein, and the same tractate will conflate the points of view of many different people.
Both works together have often been taken as constituting the high points of Rilke's work.
Both signal and noise power must be measured at the same or equivalent points in a system, and within the same system bandwidth.
Both the fair and the song are focal points of the 1944 feature film Meet Me in St. Louis starring Judy Garland, which also inspired a Broadway musical version.
Both failed to live up to the expectations ; Kariya spent most of the 2003 – 04 season injured and Selanne scored only 32 points ( 16 goals and 16 assists ) in 78 games.
Both Hickory and Milan won the state finals by two points: Hickory won 42 – 40, and Milan won 32 – 30.
Both the British and the American shows ostensibly take the form of a game show with the host arbitrarily assigning points and likewise choosing a winner at the end of each episode.
Both of these events score extra bonus points, and in multiplayer Versus games, these also send " garbage blocks " to the other player's playfield.
Both were released in Japan, at a standard cost of 500 Wii Points ( though Hokuto no Ken costs 600 points, due to the game's source license ).
Both of these are major arteries connecting Columbus with points east.
Both drivers finished the season with equal number of points but having won seven races to the Scotsman's three decided the title in the Colombian's favor.
Both versions of the theory have been criticised on the grounds that random distributions of points will inevitably create apparent " alignments ".
Both these automorphisms are automorphisms of the algebraic group, have order 2, and commute, and the unitary group is the fixed points of the product automorphism, as an algebraic group.
Both Sweden and France had received four lots of 12 points, but Sweden had received five lots of 10 points to France's two, so Carola was declared the winner.
Both painters had problems when applying in painting the new rules of perspective to foreshortening: they used two unifying points, one for the horse and one for the pedestal, instead a single unifying point.
Both agents win 3 points per game, for a total of 18 points each.
Both defectors win 1 point per game, for a total of 6 points each.
Both EarthBound and Mother 3 feature a signature battle system in which it is possible to prevent a character's hit points from dropping to zero, even after sustaining a fatal blow.
Both points, Searle claims, refute cognitivism.
Both incoming and internally generated documents are automatically abstracted, characterized by a word pattern, and sent automatically to appropriate action points.
Both men were fined an undisclosed amount of money, while Tracy was put on probation for three races and lost seven points.

Both and deviation
Both repeatability and reproducibility are usually reported as a standard deviation.
Both interactions result in a deviation from " ideal " behavior for which interactions between gas atoms or molecules are ignored.
Both bows exist due to an optical effect called the angle of minimum deviation.

Both and from
Both Secretary of War Baker and Secretary of Navy Daniels devoted much time and effort to the problem of providing reasonably normal and wholesome activities in camp for the millions of men who had been removed from their home environment.
Both Alfred Harcourt and Donald Brace had written him enthusiastic praise of Elmer Gantry ( any changes could be made in proof, which was already coming from the printer ) and they had ordered 140,000 copies -- the largest first printing of any book in history.
Both won a pretty fair-sized war with a modest assist from British strategy.
Both the photocathode and the image plane of such an electrode configuration are curved concave as seen from the anode aperture.
Both elements -- the caution about a meeting, the willingness eventually to hold one -- were reflected in a letter from the President which Ambassador Llewellyn E. Thompson brought back to Russia late in February.
Both have brilliant speed: Mantle was timed from home plate ( batting left-handed ) to first base in 3.1 seconds, faster than any other major leaguer ; ;
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 composers turn up on new imports from France.
Both marine and freshwater forms include those with staminate flowers that detach from the parent plant and float to the surface where they become pollinated.
Both the American and the Annales historians picked up important family reconstitution techniques from French demographer Louis Henry.
Both the Latin and the Germanic words derive from the Proto-Indo-European root el -, meaning " red " or " brown ", which is also a root for the English words " elk " and another tree: " elm ", a tree distantly related to the alders.
Both immediately resigned from their respective offices and Alexander had difficulty in forming a new cabinet.
Both sides of the Atlantic filled with economic and political refugees from the other side.
Both Stephanus and Eustathius write of these Amazons in connection with the placename Thibais, which they report to have been derived from Thiba's name.
Both theist and nontheist philosophers have accepted that, if objective moral truths exist, then God must too exist ; the argument from moral objectivity asserts that objective moral truths do exist, and that God must exist too.
Both he and Bäumer end up spending time in a Roman Catholic hospital together, Bäumer suffering from shrapnel wounds to the leg and arm.
Both suffixes derive from Classical Armenian.
Both these charges were later found to be considerably lacking in evidence ; nevertheless Pike, facing arrest, escaped into the hills of Arkansas, sending his resignation from the Confederate Army on July 12.
In general it may be said that Cuyp learned tone from the exceptionally prolific van Goyen, light from Both and form from his father.
In the mid 1640s Both, a native and resident of Utrecht, had just returned to his hometown from a trip to Rome.
Instead of the light being placed at right angles in relation to the line of vision, Both started moving it to a diagonal position from the back of the picture.
His highly influenced style which incorporated Italianate lighting from Jan Both, broken brush technique and atonality from Jan van Goyen, and his ever-developing style from his father Jacob Gerritsz Cuyp was studied acutely by his most prominent follower, Abraham van Calraet.

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